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High Turnout, Weak Challengers Mark Uzbek Election

Uzbekistan has completed another election without real opposition. Yet Uzbeks, hungry to express their preferences, still turned out to vote, flocking to polling stations at a rate of over 80%. International observers say that is notable in a country t...
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Berdimuhamedov congratulates Mirziyoyev on re-election to the presidency

On October 25, a telephone conversation took place between President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov and President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev , the TDH state news agency reported . Berdymukhamedov congratulated the head of the neighbor...
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The Russian Embassy in Turkmenistan has opened a preliminary registration for visa processing for students

From October 27, a preliminary registration for registration of study visas for students will open, it says Russian Embassy in Turkmenistan in a statement.Appointments will be made on Wednesday and Friday from 09:30 to 12:00.When visiting the consular ...
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Extreme Weather, Climate Change Wreaking Havoc in Asia

U.N. report says extreme weather and the impact of climate change killed thousands of people and resulted in enormous economic losses in all parts of Asia last year.A multi-agency report coordinated by the World Meteorological Organization warns the li...
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Americans Donate Airline Miles to Provide Flights for Afghan Refugees

A campaign that began with ordinary people donating frequent-flyer miles has raised enough in two months to provide 40,000 flights for refugees from Afghanistan, and organizers and the White House are looking to nearly double that figure.About 3,200 fl...
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China Urges US-Led West to Engage With Taliban, Lift Sanctions

China has pressed the Taliban interim government in Afghanistan to "effectively" protect the rights of women and renewed its call for lifting international sanctions against the conflict-torn country to help it tackle a looming "economic chaos."Chinese...
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Questions Surround UN Agency’s Role in Bangladesh ‘Prison-Island’ for Rohingya Refugees

The United Nations refugee agency is set to begin aid operations in support of ethnic Rohingyas on a remote Bangladeshi island where more than 20,000 Rohingya refugees have been relocated by the Bangladesh government. The refugees, relocated to the Bay...
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Timeline for Potential Attacks by Islamic State, Al-Qaida Getting Shorter

Both the Islamic State terror group's Afghan affiliate and al-Qaida could be ready to launch strikes against the United States and the West sooner than previously thought following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.The Pentagon's third-highest ranki...
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Russia to supply pipes for a gas turbine station in Lebap, which was supposed to be built in 2018

The Pipe Metallurgical Company (TMK) will supply the Turkmen State Concern Turkmengaz with 15,000 tons of high-tech pipes as part of a project to build a gas turbine power plant (GTES). The pipes will ensure the transportation of gas from existing fiel...
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