When did Gulnara Karimova’s reign come to an end? Was it the day she posted a photograph of herself doing a Yogic dog on Twitter, or quivered over the fate of slave children in the cotton fields of Uzbekistan during an on-line spat with the European Director of Human Rights Watch? 853 more words
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Not is only Georgy Poltavchenko, Petersburg’s unelected governor, a capable administrator and a pious Orthodox Christian, he is also, as he revealed last week during a passionate speech delivered at a special powwow with law enforcement officials and “representatives of ethnic diasporas,” a psychic, a mind reader or remote viewer capable of hearing what migrant workers in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are saying as they depart for the former capital of all the Russias (apparently, to wreak mayhem, judging by further remarks made the governor and others at the high-level confab): 185 more words
Russia’s largest private oil company Lukoil may participate in the construction of a U.S. $3 billion natural gas processing plant in Uzbekistan as part of an international consortium, a spokesperson of the Uzbek president told RIA Novosti late on Tuesday. 68 more words
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IMAMO PRAVO REŠITEV, saj smo pripravili vrsto individualnih potovanj po raznih državah sveta: Islandija, Balkan, Turčija, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajska, Indija,… 983 more words
The news to 1 December 2013
Protests have taken place in Ukraine following the country’s failure to sign an Association Agreement with the European Union. The largest protests were seen in the capital, Kyiv, where students occupied the City Council building and other protestors threatened to topple a Soviet-era statue of Lenin. 311 more words