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Breaking News: Soviet war veteran missing for 33-years located in Afghanistan
   
Posted by: prabirghose

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2013-03-06 10:09:53 -0800 | humanitarian-news

His actual name is Bakhretdin Khakimov but he is now an Afghan and his name now is Sheikh Abdullah - he had gome missing nearly 33-years back and has now been located in the Shindand district as reported in bbc.com...
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Breaking News: The Silk Road, a link between Asia and Europe
   
Posted by: Munna1721

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2012-11-02 20:14:31 -0700 | travel-news

Exotic landscapes, vast plains, barren deserts, high mountains, sand dunes, oases and towns that flourished alongside the Silk Road, a course outline consists of more than one way.Favored not only the exchange of goods but also of cultures, civilizations, religions,...
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Source: Mail Online UK

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2014-07-03 16:42:11 -0700 | allnews

The Mongols took naturally to the idea that they were the master race. Under Genghis The Fierce Ruler their empire swelled like a pregnant pig, swallowing up most of central Asia from the Caspian Sea in the west to the...
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Source: The Guardian

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2014-06-02 02:37:37 -0700 | allnews

Zarif Mukhtarov holds the fibre of mulberry bark, used as a raw material in his Samarkand paper-making workshop. Photographs: Komila Nabiyeva Zarif Mukhtarov's dream came true. He is standing in front of his workshop in the village of Koni Ghil,...
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Source: Mail Online UK

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2014-07-03 16:42:11 -0700 | allnews

The Mongols took naturally to the idea that they were the master race. Under Genghis The Fierce Ruler their empire swelled like a pregnant pig, swallowing up most of central Asia from the Caspian Sea in the west to the...
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Source: The Guardian

Samarkand :: Uzbekistan | updated 2014-06-02 02:37:37 -0700 | allnews

Zarif Mukhtarov holds the fibre of mulberry bark, used as a raw material in his Samarkand paper-making workshop. Photographs: Komila Nabiyeva Zarif Mukhtarov's dream came true. He is standing in front of his workshop in the village of Koni Ghil,...
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