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Tajiks, Kyrgyz grapple with frontier issues (21.05.2013)
When Tajikistan’s president Imomali Rahmon holds talks in Kyrgyzstan next week, a recent clash on the border between the two states will be high on the agenda. The incident took place last month in Vorukh, an area of land that belongs to Tajikistan but is enclosed within Kyrgyzstan’s southern...
Interview: local heroes vs central government in Tajik east (07.09.2012)
The killing of an influential local leader in Tajikistan’s southeastern Badakhshan region has shaken the community and compounded the impact of the street battles that preceded it.
EU demands more access to restive east Tajikistan (07.09.2012)
The European Union has expressed concern about the situation in eastern Tajikistan and demanded that Tajik authorities allow international organizations and diplomatic missions to have access to the region.
Tajikistan police fire on protesters (22.08.2012)
Police in Tajikistan have opened fire on a demonstration in the eastern town of Khorog after protesters tried to storm a government building.
Islamic party under pressure (10.08.2012)
Tajikistan’s most active opposition party has been hit by a spate of attacks in recent weeks, at least two of which appear linked to late July clashes between government security troops and armed groups in the restive autonomous province of Gorno-Badakhshan.
Tajik rebels lay down arms in Badakhshan (31.07.2012)
Armed rebels who clashed with the Tajik military in the mountainous southeastern Badakhshan region have begun laying down their weapons, but the killing of a local politician who criticised government policy has raised new tensions.
Unprecedented clashes in southeast Tajikistan (25.07.2012)
Forty-two people died when Tajik government forces clashed with supporters of a renegade military commander in the remote southeastern province of Badakhshan, police agencies said. … This outbreak of violence – highly unusual for this sparsely-populated, high-altitude region of Tajikistan – began...