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A Methane Leak, Seen From Space, Proves to Be Far Larger Than Thought Click Here to Open in a New Window
The findings mark a step forward in using space technology to detect leaks of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, from oil and gas sites worldwide.
A Desperate Battle, and a Victory for Now, at a Remote Afghan Outpost Click Here to Open in a New Window
Struggling Afghan forces took three northern districts from the Taliban. But the cost was high, and troops depend on American airstrikes to hold on.
Taliban Capture About 150 Afghan Soldiers After Chase Into Turkmenistan Click Here to Open in a New Window
The neighboring country forced the troops back across the border, officials said, in what is believed to be the biggest setback for the Afghan security forces since a Taliban offensive in August.
100 Afghan Soldiers Said to Flee Across Border, Chased by Taliban Click Here to Open in a New Window
To escape an assault, the government troops crossed the border into Turkmenistan. Defenders said the district had mostly fallen under Taliban control.
Clinton Envy, Mandela and a Horse: Glimpses From the U.K. Archives Click Here to Open in a New Window
Notes, memos and diplomatic cables detailing the workings of the British state were released from the National Archives.
Russia and 4 Other Nations Settle Decades-long Dispute Over Caspian Sea Click Here to Open in a New Window
The five states with shorelines on the Caspian Sea agreed on a formula to divide up the world’s largest inland body of water, potentially clearing the way for oil and gas development.
Turkmenistan’s Leader Mocked Over Gun-Toting Video Click Here to Open in a New Window
He wanted to show his proficiency with guns and knives, but opponents recut government propaganda with scenes from an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.
John Kerry Confronts Human Rights as He Zips Through Central Asia Click Here to Open in a New Window
The secretary of state’s four-day tour of the five “Stans” of the former Soviet Union has been an experiment in both power-balancing and sleep deprivation.
John Kerry Is Cautious on Human Rights During Uzbekistan Visit Click Here to Open in a New Window
On the second stop of a Central Asian tour, Mr. Kerry found himself struggling over how hard, and how publicly, to press one of the harshest authoritarian governments in the world.
In Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, the Legacy of Soviet Rule Endures Click Here to Open in a New Window
What lingers in Central Asia are some of the political habits bequeathed by the Soviets.





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