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(OSCE Other Field Activities)
Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have deployed troops and dispatched officials to a volatile frontier region where two days of violence highlighted combustive tensions in the borderlands of ex-Soviet Central Asia.
Colonel Gulmurod Halimov, the commander of the Tajik Interior Ministry's Special Forces singled out Tajikistan's crackdown on Islamic dress and limitations on public prayer as reasons for his radicalization.
Umarali Quvatov was a fierce critic of Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, the founder of a banned opposition party considered to be extremist by Dushanbe, and a tycoon-in-exile who faced fraud charges at home.
OSCE/ODIHR opens election observation mission for parliamentary elections in Tajikistan (20.01.2015)
The mission is led by Miklos Haraszti and consists of a core team of 14 experts based in Dushanbe. In addition, 16 long-term observers from OSCE participating States will be deployed throughout the country in teams of two, from 24 January 2015. In addition, ODIHR will request 150 short-term...
Hundreds of protesters in Tajikistan's volatile eastern province of Gorno-Badakhshan spent the night in tents in the center of the regional capital, Khorugh, continuing their effort to convince the government to meet their demands.
OSCE presents report on Tajik presidential election (09.04.2014)
The Organization … says Tajik authorities have not taken the organization's recommendations to provide proper conditions for holding a presidential election in the country.
Some crossings reopen on Kyrgyz-Tajik border (31.03.2014)
After a diplomatic dispute over border violence, some checkpoints along the Kyrgyz-Tajik border have opened for the first time since mid-January.