"Нейтральный Туркменистан"
За демократию и права человека в Туркменистане  For Democracy and Human Rights in Turkmenistan
'The Land Is Hard, The Sky Is Far'

Bruce Pannier

Afghan Turkmen In Dire Straits

The situation for ethnic Turkmen in northern Afghanistan's northwestern Baghdis Province is dire. They have already started to bury their dead.

RFE/RL's Turkmen Service, known locally as Azatlyk, has been following the plight of the Turkmen from the Marchak district in Baghdis who fled their homes earlier this month only to reach a dead end when they reached the Murghab River that divides Afghanistan from Turkmenistan. Fighting between Taliban militants and government forces has been raging for more than a week in the Marchak area. There has been a lull lately, but both sides appear to be using the opportunity to prepare for the next battle. The group of Turkmen who fled the area of hostilities, numbering… >> подробнее

Hundreds of Families Facing Forced Evictions

Amnesty International

Urgent Action

Despite numerous complaints from residents the authorities are proceeding with a mass demolition project, and scores of families in the north of Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, are facing forced evictions.

Hundreds of families are facing forced evictions in and near northern Ashgabat with the Choganly neighborhood being among the worst affected. Throughout March and April, the residents were told by officials to either demolish their houses themselves or they would be demolished by the authorities. The authorities claimed that as some houses were intended as holiday homes (dachas) and other houses were built illegally, owners or occupiers are not entitled to compensation or alternative accommodation or land. According to media reports, many families affected by the forced evictions were using the… >> подробнее

Turkmenistan: War on Satellite Dishes

Human Rights Watch

Government Campaign a Blow to Independent Information

At the end of March, 2015, local housing authorities in the capital, Ashgabat, and its suburbs started ordering residents of multistory apartment buildings to take down their satellite dishes.

Authorities in Turkmenistan are forcing residents to dismantle privately owned satellite dishes, Human Rights Watch said today. A move that unjustifiably interferes with the right to receive and impart information and ideas, this serves to further isolate people in Turkmenistan, one of the most closed and repressive countries in the world, from independent sources of news and information. At the end of March, 2015, local housing authorities in the capital, Ashgabat, and its suburbs started ordering residents of multistory apartment buildings to take down their satellite… >> подробнее

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23.04.2015 Afghan Turkmen Trapped Near Border with Turkmenistan
20.04.2015 Stifling Civil Society in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan: Current Concerns
19.04.2015 Turkmenistan authorities ban satellite dishes
16.04.2015 Islamist Threat: Why Is Russia Scaring Turkmenistan?
05.04.2015 The desert kingdom of Bouyguestan
03.04.2015 U.S. To Advocate Human Rights In Central Asia
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25.04.2015, 15:02 «Prove They Are Alive!» campaign appeals
21.04.2015, 05:12 Interagency Team Travels to Central Asia for Afghanistan Consultations
09.04.2015, 20:37 Turkmen Embassy In Minsk Hacked Apparently By IS
06.04.2015, 11:59 Turkmen Leader Pledges To Conserve Water
03.04.2015, 20:28 CIS Senior Diplomats Meet In Bishkek
18.03.2015, 11:24 Afghan Turkmens Demand Probe Into Deadly Shooting
13.03.2015, 11:48 Reporters Without Borders Unblocks Banned News Websites
13.03.2015, 11:46 Turkmenistan Law Allows Some Public Demonstrations
13.03.2015, 11:40 Iran to increase imports of Turkmen gas: Rouhani
10.03.2015, 10:41 Iranian President To Visit Turkmenistan
06.03.2015, 09:32 Turkmen Afghans Threaten Hunger Strike Over Island Incursion
06.03.2015, 09:30 Iranian Official Says Caspian Legal Status Nearly Resolved
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