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In Kyrgyzstan, Human Rights on Trial?
July 08, 2016
In Kyrgyzstan, Human Rights on Trial?
The world will watch as Azimjan Askarov's case is reviewed by the Kyrgyz Supreme Court.
In Kyrgyzstan, Human Rights on Trial?
Tajikistan Reaches Beyond Its Borders to Silence Opposition
February 17, 2016
Tajikistan Reaches Beyond Its Borders to Silence Opposition
A pair of human rights organizations say Tajik authorities reach far beyond their borders to shut down opposition voices.
Tajikistan Reaches Beyond Its Borders to Silence Opposition
Uzbek Political Prisoner Released After 21 Years
November 12, 2015
Uzbek Political Prisoner Released After 21 Years
Murod Juraev’s release comes ten days after a visit by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to Uzbekistan.
Uzbek Political Prisoner Released After 21 Years
US Gives Human Rights Award to Jailed Kyrgyz Activist
July 17, 2015
US Gives Human Rights Award to Jailed Kyrgyz Activist
The U.S. and Kyrgyzstan have very different views on Azimjon Askarov.
US Gives Human Rights Award to Jailed Kyrgyz Activist
Ban Ki-moon’s Plain Speaking in Central Asia
June 17, 2015
Ban Ki-moon’s Plain Speaking in Central Asia
On a recent tour of the region, the UN Secretary-General was impressively forthright about human rights.
Ban Ki-moon’s Plain Speaking in Central Asia
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