Kamila Eshaliyeva is a student of journalism and mass communication at the American University in Central Asia. She works as a PR manager in Bishkek.
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A nationalist government has recently taken over management at the mine situated in Kyrgyzstan's mountains, but will...
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The police and judicial system are inadequate, and society often blames women themselves when they are raped,...
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The pandemic has ravaged Kyrgyzstan’s healthcare system and the socio-economic position of many of its citizens.