by Ismael Khan PESHAWAR, 25 August (DAWN via TCA)–The fear of Taliban-style militancy spawning instability in the Central Asian republics has become a menacing reality, as Uzbek militants based in Afghanistan are now reportedly known to have set up training camps inside Tajikistan. Various sources say that Afghanistan-based Uzbek militant, Jummaboy Hajiyev Namangani, who heads […]

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