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Coronavirus in Tajikistan: the death toll rises to 85

1 month ago Web Desk 0
A MoHSPP said one more officially confirmed coronavirus-linked death was reported in the country yesterday.   43 new officially confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were reported in Tajikistan yesterday, bringing a total number of the officially confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the country to 11,139 as of the evening of November 3   Read More

Vienna terror attack: 14 suspects detained in police raids

1 month ago Web Desk 0
Two men and two women died of their wounds and 22 other people were wounded.   According to Radio Liberty, the gunman killed by the police was identified as a 20-year-old dual national of Austria and North Macedonia who had a previous terror conviction. The attacker was named as Kujtim Fejzulai, a man born in Read More

Son of convicted Tajik Islamic cleric gets lengthy prison term

1 month ago Web Desk 0
A city official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Radio Liberty on November 3 that the Dushanbe City Court sentenced 44-year-old Said Muhammad Saidqiyomiddin last week after finding him guilty of spying for Iran.   According to the official, the trial was held behind closed doors and the accusation stemmed from his assistance in getting Read More

Restrictive measures to be toughened in the North Kazakhstan region from November 9

1 month ago Web Desk 0
“The interdepartmental commission was instructed to take a number of restrictive measures from November 9: impose quarantine in Petropavlovsk with the establishment of checkpoints along the perimeter of the city; establish sanitary checkpoints in settlements where the daily increase will be more than 10 cases; reduce railway transportation in the direction Petropavlovsk – Almaty from Read More

Remittance flows to shrink 14% by 2021, says World Bank report

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According to the latest estimates published in the World Bank’s Migration and Development Brief, remittance flows to low and middle-income countries (LMICs) are projected to fall by 7 percent, to $508 billion in 2020, followed by a further decline of 7.5 percent, to $470 billion in 2021.   The report notes that the foremost factors Read More