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It seemed everyone around me, all my friends, were having children," Sharif Halimov recalls, "but my wife couldn't get pregnant." Traditionally, the solution to the Tajik man's fatherhood dilemma has been a simple one -- find a new wife. But while
Tomorrow, President Imomali Rakhmon will begin his long-promised visit to the restive mountainous east, scene of fighting in July that killed dozens of government troops, rebels, and an unknown number of civilians. During the visit, Khorog residents
It was the onset of winter, still in the early stages of a bloody civil war, and Aziza Saidova couldn't imagine things getting any worse. "It was like my world was falling apart," Saidova recalls of those dark days in 1992, seven months into a Tajik
There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage in the Kulob district, 200km southeast of the capital Dushanbe.
The yet to be named calf was born at the zoo on Friday entering the world at a massive 142kg...She said first-time mother Kulab had taken to the job very naturally, showing a strong protective instinct. "We think Kulab is going to be a wonderful
The deaths and destruction in the impoverished Central Asian state followed heavy downpours on Friday in the southeast of the mountainous country, emergency services spokesman Distmurod Zabirov said. Fourteen people died in flooding in the worst
Mudslides in Tajikistan killed seven people and left 40 missing on Friday when heavy rain hit the Central Asian republic, its emergency committee said. The mudslides, which happen every spring in the nation, destroyed 200 houses in the town of Kulyab,