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World AIDS Day: Zero Infections in Turkmenistan?

Michel D. Kazatchkine

Turkmenistan is not ready to respond to HIV/AIDS.

My first ever visit to Turkmenistan last week was an eye opener on so many levels. I was there presenting at an international seminar on «Health and diplomacy» that brought together participants from the Ministries of Health and Foreign Affairs from all five Central Asian countries - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan - and Georgia, Belarus and Armenia. A highlight was giving a lecture and answering many questions from students at the Institute for Humanitarian affairs and Development where the curriculum is now exclusively taught in English. It has… >> подробнее

Turkmenistan: The Dozens of ‘Disappeared’

Human Rights Watch

Video Spotlights Government’s Long Silence About Prisoners’ Fate

Dozens of people have been forcibly disappeared in Turkmenistan, some for more than a decade, Human Rights Watch said in a video released today. The government of Turkmenistan should immediately inform the relatives of the disappeared of their fate and whereabouts and allow them access to their loved ones.

Many of the disappeared were sentenced to lengthy prison terms in connection with the alleged assassination attempt against then-President Saparmurat Niyazov on November 25, 2002. “It’s been 12 years of silence and repression,” said Rachel Denber, deputy Europe and Central Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The Turkmen government needs to come clean about where these people are and indeed whether they are dead or alive.” In the video, Sapar Yklymov tells Human Rights Watch that he has had no news whatsoever of his three brothers since their arrest shortly after the November 25… >> подробнее

Central Asia: Report Shines Light on State Surveillance Practices

Justin Burke

Western and Russian companies are helping Central Asian governments build and maintain vast surveillance networks that facilitate indiscriminate monitoring of all types of communication.

Western and Russian companies are helping Central Asian governments build and maintain vast surveillance networks that facilitate indiscriminate monitoring of all types of communication, according to a report released November 20 by a watchdog organization. Such sales of technology appear to violate international law and obligate Western governments to take action to tighten export controls of surveillance-related trade, the report adds. The report, titled Private Interests: Monitoring Central Asia, is the product of a year-long investigation carried out by the watchdog group Privacy… >> подробнее

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10.11.2014 Will ‘Islamic State’ tip the balance in Turkmenistan?
08.11.2014 Seeking New Markets to Check Dependency on China
05.11.2014 Forced Labor Still Systematic in Turkmenistan
03.11.2014 Messages about Turkmenistan Darken American Congratulations
31.10.2014 A Turkmen Girl Named 'Justice'
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19.12.2014, 16:21 OSCE Helps Turkmenistan Enhance Security At Airports
19.12.2014, 16:19 Afghan Villagers Threaten To Attack Turkmenistan
29.11.2014, 20:49 Ashgabat Residents Defy Order To Remove Air Conditioners
25.11.2014, 09:05 Russia renounced Boris Shikhmuradov
10.11.2014, 10:37 Erdogan In Turkmenistan For First Time As Turkish President
05.11.2014, 17:53 IMF Predicts Economic Slowdowns In Caucasus, Central Asia
03.11.2014, 09:40 Eight prisoners of conscience amnestied
28.10.2014, 15:21 Turkmenistan Celebrates 23rd Anniversary Of Independence
24.10.2014, 01:49 Uzbek President Starts Visit To Turkmenistan
20.10.2014, 22:25 Radio Azatlyk profiles The Disappeared in Turkmen language
26.09.2014, 10:33 The «Prove They Are Alive!» campaign held a briefing in Warsaw
23.08.2014, 07:05 Turkmen Defy Officials In Rare Public Protest
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