More than 196 thousand Kyrgyz citizens were registered as having a disability as of December 2021.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project is deeply concerned by the Kyrgyz government’s mounting assault on press freedom.
Describing themselves as “activists” and “bloggers,” four people held a press conference in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday calling for the country to adopt a “foreign agent law” analogous to one that has been used to persecute independent media outlets in Russia.
The press service of the Jogorku Kenesh also said that 4309 children experienced difficult living conditions in 2021.
On December 8, a press-conference was held in Bishkek with the Russian singer of Tajik origin Manizha Sangin. She came to Kyrgyzstan as part...
On December 1, Omurbek Tekebayev, leader of the Ata Meken opposition party, was the victim of a high-profile assault in Bishkek.
– Just black out my name. When I started shooting the photo project Just Black Out My Name, one of the subjects asked me not to mention/black out her name. The photos with her are also anonymous.
Here’s how sex, lies, and secret surveillance were deployed against one of the country’s top investigative outlets.
The former president — laying low since the country plunged into protest and violence in early January — hid banks, hotels, and a $100 million jet in a network of foundations that answer only to him.
Women in Kyrgyzstan are increasingly less likely to be appointed to senior management positions in the country. Kloop investigates the reasons behind this phenomenon...
From the start of the pandemic, the Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan has received humanitarian aid for the fight against COVID-19 from foreign sponsors and Kyrgyz businessmen.
The company stated that such a joint statement was never released and that no exclusive access was granted to the government of Kazakhstan.