The Tajik government’s decision to limit the rebroadcasting of Russian television is making both information and entertainment hard to come by by Konstantin Parshin DUSHANBE, Tajikistan–As a massive bombing campaign got under way in neighboring Afghanistan and foreign journalists started to stream into the country, Tajik authorities decided to shut off one of the few […]

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