The humanitarian pause in Aleppo has been extended by one day, it will be in force from 8am to 7pm on October 22, Head of the Main Operations Directorate at Russia's General Staff, Sergey Rudskoi, told reporters on Friday. It has been reported by TASS.
Under instructions from the Russian president, the humanitarian pause in the Aleppo area will be extended by 24 hours � from 8am to 7pm on... Read More
the Japanese Budo Delegation will visit Tajikistan. They will demonstrate Japanese martial arts � Judo and Kendo at the Wrestling Hall Zurkhona on October 22 at 14:00 and Japanese martial arts training session in cooperation with budo federations of the Republic of Tajikistan on October 23, Japanese Embassy in Tajikistan reports.
The delegation consists of eight budo experts from Kodokan Judo Institute and All Japan Kendo Federation. The main purpose... Read More
Holiday Mehrgon was solemnly celebrated in the administrative center of Khatlon region � Kurgan-Tyube on Saturday, October 15. On this day there was organized the exhibition-sale of products of farmers of cities and districts of Khatlon. Their products also on display and sale issued seamstresses, jewelers and makers of various popular products.
The exhibition was visited by the Chairman of Khatlon region Davlatshoh Gulmahmadzoda and Chairman of Kurgan-Tyube city Amirullo... Read More
The Founder of Peace and National Unity � Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon today held a telephone conversation with President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation.
The talks took place in a cordial and friendly atmosphere characteristic of mutual esteem and respect between two heads of state, Emomali Rahmon with the best cordial wishes has warmly congratulated the Russian President on his... Read More
Children are more than twice as likely as adults to live in extreme poverty, according to a new analysis from the World Bank Group and UNICEF. Ending Extreme Poverty: A Focus on Children finds that in 2013 19.5 per cent of children in developing countries were living in households that survived on an average of US$1.90 a day or less per person, compared to just 9.2 per cent of... Read More