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Russia sends paratroopers to Kazakhstan to quell deadly unrest

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Published by Reuters By Olzhas Auyezov ALMATY (Reuters) -Russia has sent paratroopers into Kazakhstan as part of an international peacekeeping force to quell deadly unrest in the central Asian country, a military alliance of former Soviet states said on Thursday. Earlier, Kazakh police said forces had “eliminated” tens of rioters in the largest city of Read More

For Kazakhstan’s Autocratic Neighbors, Unrest Is A Warning And A Test

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on For Kazakhstan’s Autocratic Neighbors, Unrest Is A Warning And A Test
The first flights carrying Russian troops to Kazakhstan to help the embattled government quell an unprecedented wave of unrest and armed clashes arrived in Almaty, the Central Asian country’s largest city, early in the morning on January 6.They are par... Read More

MFA: Tajikistan Is Troubled by the Developments of Events in Kazakhstan

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Tajikistan is following the development of events in Kazakhstan, the Tajik Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said in a statement released today.The MFA stated that they are observing the cases of violence against civilians and representatives of law en... Read More

Emomali Rahmon Signs Executive Order on Announcing the Years of 2022 -2026 as the Period of Industrial Development in Tajikistan

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on Emomali Rahmon Signs Executive Order on Announcing the Years of 2022 -2026 as the Period of Industrial Development in Tajikistan
In order to ensure the implementation of the process of intensive industrialization of the country, President Emomali Rahmon signed an executive order on announcing the years of 2022 -2026 as the Period of Industrial Development in Tajikistan.“Within s... Read More

Regular meeting of the Council of Veterans of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan

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January 5, 2022 in the conference hall of the Main Directorate of the State Fire Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan was held a meeting of the Council of Veterans of the State Fire Service with the participation of... Read More

Theft of money, laptop and mobile phone

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on Theft of money, laptop and mobile phone
A 27-year-old woman from the Khuroson district has filed a complaint with the DMIA. On January 20, 2021, unknown individuals stole 3,900 somoni from her wallet and disappeared from the scene.During search operations by police on suspicion of theft was ... Read More

By cheating out of the car

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on By cheating out of the car
On July 17, 2021, a 44-year-old resident of the city of Gissar, previously convicted under Article 259 part 2 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan, filed a complaint with DMIA-1 in Firdavsi district. He was deceived into believing that he... Read More

Renewed Clashes Reported As Troops Open Fire On Kazakh Protesters

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on Renewed Clashes Reported As Troops Open Fire On Kazakh Protesters
Renewed clashes and gunfire continue to rock Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, as police, bolstered by troops from a Russian-led military alliance, try to squelch protests in the Central Asian nation's deadliest uprising in the three decades since it ... Read More

Analysis: The Consequences Of Inviting Russian-Led CSTO Troops Into Kazakhstan

11 months ago tngadmin Comments Off on Analysis: The Consequences Of Inviting Russian-Led CSTO Troops Into Kazakhstan
Sparked by a small protest over a fuel price increase in the western oil town of Zhanaozen a few days earlier, angry crowds flooded the streets and squares of Kazakhstan’s major towns and cities on January 5, shouting their discontent with the authorit... Read More