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10:13, 17 January 2018 Wednesday
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10:37, 26 November 2017 Sunday

2nd largest mosque in Central Asia accommodates 10 000

With its Kazakh Palace-style architecture, Khazret Sultan Mosque in Astana has been attracting tourists since 2012

09:09, 13 January 2017 Friday

Importance of relations between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

There is much importance in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan working together in cohesion. The close relation between these two nations particularly in economy and culture have an undeniable critical impact on the future of Central Asia.

09:09, 13 January 2017 Friday

Importance of relations between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

There is much importance in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan working together in cohesion. The close relation between these two nations particularly in economy and culture have an undeniable critical impact on the future of Central Asia.

10:39, 15 September 2016 Thursday

Turkmenistan changes constitution to extend leader's rule

Amendments to the country's constitution has paved the way for a life-long presidency for the incumbent leader.

20:05, 09 October 2015 Friday

An Extraordinary City in the Islamic Conquest Bukhara

The Muslim Arabs Fought for the Islamisation of Bukhara

15:23, 08 July 2015 Wednesday

Turkey building Central Asia's largest mosque

A ulti-million-dollar 6,000-capacity Bishkek Mosque in Kyrgyzstan to be inaugurated in 2016

12:10, 06 July 2015 Monday

Gas pipeline on agenda for Modi Central Asia visit

The Indian Prime Minister will visit Central Asian countries will be focused on energy and mining projects.

14:27, 14 April 2015 Tuesday

Central Asia s longest river pollution dangerously high

The ecologists say the water of Syrdarya contains a high content of such heavy metals as mercury, lead, zinc, copper, chromium, nickel, and molybdenum.

15:43, 03 December 2014 Wednesday

Central Asia gets shorter railway link to Persian Gulf

The 925-km (578-mile) stretch of railway, built jointly by the three Caspian neighbours, will ease the exchange of goods

17:28, 02 December 2014 Tuesday

Central Asian migrants feel the pain of Russia's economic downturn

The reality is that Russia's economic problems are likely to result in a worsening situation in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

11:09, 13 September 2014 Saturday

China urges Central Asian states to step up extremism fight

China, Russia and four Central Asian nations - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan - formed the SCO in 2001 as a regional security bloc to fight threats and drug trafficking from neighbouring Afghanistan.

11:05, 12 September 2014 Friday

Putin looks to Asia as EU announces new sanctions

"I believe it is necessary to further improve the efficiency of our interaction to meet the challenges of the time," Putin said at a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation

13:31, 19 August 2014 Tuesday

Russian Muslim leader warns of war in Central Asia

Islamic Committee of Russia head Geydar Dzhemal warned that Russia and China may destabilize Central Asia.

13:03, 16 July 2014 Wednesday

The Foreign Ministers of Kyrgyzstan, Japan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan are all participating in the 5th Meeting of Central Asia plus Japan Dialogue.

16:37, 03 July 2014 Thursday

China mobilizing media to revive Silk Road trade route

People's Daily, China’s biggest newspaper, organized the Silk Road Economic Belt Media Forum.

17:59, 03 June 2014 Tuesday

U S vacates base in Central Asia as Russia's clout

Parliament in Kyrgyzstan voted a year ago to give Washington until July 11 to vacate the Manas Transit Center, which has served U.S. operations in Afghanistan since 2001.

09:29, 02 June 2014 Monday

Turkey aims to boost relations with Central Asia

"It is essential to launch a transport network comprising Turkey, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan," Turkish econonmy minister Nihat Zeybekci said.

11:49, 03 April 2014 Thursday

US supports Central Asia 'independence' after Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin is now seen turning to Central Asia as he pursues his goal of creating the Eurasian Economic Union, which critics see as an attempt to restore the former Soviet Union.

11:39, 29 March 2014 Saturday

"In both countries Assistant Secretary Biswal will re-affirm the U.S. commitment to continued engagement and partnership with the countries of the region for stability and prosperity," the State Department said in a statement.



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