Around 50 people, mainly children, have drowned in reservoirs and canals in southern Tajikistan in the last six months.
Farmers hard hit by rains and mudslides earlier this year are growing more vegetables and less cotton as a survival strategy.
In accusing judge of misconduct, are prosecutors acting in the public interest or in their own?
Uzbekistan fears Moscow’s motives for offering to station troops close to its borders.
Northern province sees bitter face-off between powerful governor and the Afghan president.
Key events in the history of Afghanistan since 2000.
A new nursery school in southern Kyrgyzstan is offering innovative teaching to prepare children for school, but locals have taken their time to get used to it.
To find out whether plans to legislate against lavish spending on weddings and other celebrations will work, Nurlan Abdaliev visited neighbouring Tajikistan, where similar restrictions are already in place.