• Abandoned in her Hour of Need - Marriage Law - Tajikistan

    http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ One day when Farangiz was happily married with a son, she fell and broke her leg whilst cleaning the house in Khuroson, Tajikistan. She lay there for hours, unable to move, until finally her husband found her that evening and took her to the hospital. Then, whilst recovering at the hospital and in need of sympathy and support, her husband and his father came to her and announced that they were no longer married. As their marriage was unofficial, Farangiz was unable to seek help from the authorities. The cruelty of her husband left her distraught and she was only able to pull herself together for the sake of her son. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the E...

    published: 21 May 2012
  • New law in Tajikistan suggests not using surnames with Russian endings

    A new law has gone into effect in Tajikistan that suggests not using surnames with Russian endings. The authorities believe this will contribute to the growth of national and patriotic feelings. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv

    published: 02 May 2016
  • Strengthening Rule of Law and Human Rights to Empower People in Tajikistan

    "Strengthening Rule of Law and Human Rights to Empower People in Tajikistan" project results: better protection of individuals, tackling the issues of social protection and domestic violence along with improving civil registration status of the population in Ghonchi and Rasht districts.

    published: 05 Feb 2016
  • Tajikistan slammed for minors' law - Press TV News

    Automatically uploaded video [VIDEO] Tajikistan slammed for minors' law Fri, 05 Aug 2011 00:27:40 Url: "http://presstvmobile.com/blog/?p=20420" #presstv #presstvandroid #presstviphone #presstvglobalnews #presstvmobile

    published: 05 Aug 2011
  • 13-year-old Tajik girl wed, tortured by ruthless in laws in Baghlan Afghanistan

    CNN's Nick Paton Walsh talks with a young Afghan girl who was married at age 13 then torturend by her cruel & ruthless husband's family.Three relatives of Sahar Gul, the child bride whose case caused worldwide outrage after she was rescued -- tortured and starved -- from a filthy basement in northern Afghanistan last year, have each been sentenced to 10 years in prison for human rights abuses. The 15-year-old was found in a cellar in Baghlan province last December after her uncle tipped off police. Following an arranged marriage, Ms Gul's husband and his family kept her in isolation for five months, with barely enough food to survive, and tortured her because she refused to enter into prostitution. In one of the most extreme examples of domestic violence exposed in Afghanistan, Ms Gul's ...

    published: 09 May 2012
  • Genetic Tests for Couples: Tajikistan imposes genetic tests for future married couples

    A bill was passed last month forbidding first cousins from getting married Tajik lawmakers are imposing genetic tests for future married couples. This comes after doctors warned that marriages between close relatives are a common cause of birth defects in the central-Asian nation. Tajik families with disabled children receive treatment and support at a center in Dushanbe. Government officials believe they can reduce the number of disabilities long before problems appear. Maysara Sharipova, Director of Centre for Treatment of Disabled Children: "Marriages between blood relatives in some cases cause physical and mental disabilities in children, such as Down's Syndrome and autism." With the new law genetic testing will be required to ensure engaged couples are not related. Dushanbe residen...

    published: 06 Feb 2016
  • Where All The Men Of Tajikistan?

    Our journey begins at a wedding in southern Tajikistan, where a young bride is getting married. But what should be a day of joy, is tinged with sadness as her groom will soon have to leave the country. Every year a million men leave Tajikistan to find work in Russia. Many find new families abroad, divorce their wives or simply never return. The women often left destitute are forced to do what would have been men's jobs or in some cases, are so desperate, they have to put their children into institutions. Tajikistan was once the breadbasket of the Soviet Union; today, the country's farms are worked by women. About 100,000 men were killed in a civil war that raged through the 1990s, but the gender imbalance has worsened as more and more men leave the country to find work on Russian constr...

    published: 30 Jul 2013
  • Tajikistan: Hunting Critics at Home and Abroad

    Governments and intergovernmental organizations should denounce the worsening human rights crisis in Tajikistan, Human Rights Watch and the Norwegian Helsinki Committee said in a video released today during the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). The United States and the European Union and its member countries, as well as the United Nations and the OSCE, should press for targeted sanctions absent immediate reform. Tajikistan is in the midst of its most dire human rights crisis in 20 years, the organizations said. Over the past two years, authorities have arrested, imprisoned, and tortured opposition party members, and banned the country’s leading opposition party, labeling them a terrorist group. The authorities have ...

    published: 20 Sep 2016
  • Religion restrictions debated in Tajikistan

    Tajikistan has strict rules on how and where people can pray. The government says it is necessary to combat what it calls "extremism." But as Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports, many feel the laws are an attempt to clamp down on political oppositon.

    published: 21 Dec 2013
  • Her husband tried to drive her to suicide - Domestic Violence, Divorce - Tajikistan

    http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ In this video, Farzona Gafurova, a 4th year law student at Tajik State National University, recounts a typical legal consultation she gave while interning for "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia," at the organization "Shoto" in Isfara, Tajikistan. A woman was habitually beaten to the point of hospitalisation by her husband, so she came to Shoto for help getting a divorce. After her consultation, her husband kept abusing her physically and psychologically until she was ready to commit suicide. She took him to court and he was convicted to 6 years in prison. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the Eurasia Foundation with funding from the Mi...

    published: 24 Sep 2012
  • Missing in Tajikistan: Learning to live on

    Hundreds of families in Tajikistan know nothing about the fate of their relatives, who went missing during the armed conflict in the 90s and as a result of labour migration. This film is about families trying so hard to live on.

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • Banned From Tajikistan Video - President Emomali Rahmon Karaoke

    Have you ever karaoked so badly that your country banned YouTube to prevent national embarrassment? A humiliating video of a performance by Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon, taken in 2007 but put on YouTube in May, is thought to be the reason the country blocked YouTube access for a week. The block lasted from May 18-27, according to a Global Voices report, but it didn't grab a lot of attention. Perhaps that's because Tajikistan, a nation of 8 million people, only has 2 million Internet users. Or perhaps it's because the country has blocked YouTube at least three times in the past year. The country's Communication Service, which regulates Tajikistan's Internet service providers, confirmed the ban on the day it was lifted, but refused to elaborate on the reason behind it. It's not ha...

    published: 07 Jun 2013
  • My sister is ignoring the court's decision - Property Rights - Tajikistan

    http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ When Dilnoza returned home to Dushanbe, Tajikistan from Moscow, she wanted to move in with her sister, but her sister resisted and took her to court. The court ruled that the sisters had equal rights to the house, but Dilnoza's sister has been ignoring the verdict, and Dilnoza herself has been enduring violence and abuse from her family ever since. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the Eurasia Foundation with funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.

    published: 18 May 2012
  • Singapore vs Tajikistan - Law Goal 40th minute

    Law Goal scored during Singapore vs Tajikistan in the 40th minute on Football Manager 2011.

    published: 01 Dec 2010
  • Picking Up Girls in Kazakhstan (With Tom Torero)

    For Residential Training, 1 to 1 coaching (including Skype) and bootcamps please email eddie@street-attraction.com or visit http://street-attraction.com/ Guys check out Tom Torero's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tomtorerotv CHECK OUT APPROACH 2 LAY: http://approach2lay.com/ FOR FULL INFIELD VIDEOS WITH BREAKDOWNS: http://street-attraction.com/vip/

    published: 05 Nov 2015
  • In Rural Tajikistan, Thousands Of Women Face Abandonment

    From: http://www.youtube.com/user/ReutersVideo February 13, 2017 - Thousands of Tajik wives are being left behind as their husbands go to neighboring Russia to look for work. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https:/...

    published: 14 Feb 2017
Abandoned in her Hour of Need - Marriage Law - Tajikistan

Abandoned in her Hour of Need - Marriage Law - Tajikistan

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  • Updated: 21 May 2012
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http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ One day when Farangiz was happily married with a son, she fell and broke her leg whilst cleaning the house in Khuroson, Tajikistan. She lay there for hours, unable to move, until finally her husband found her that evening and took her to the hospital. Then, whilst recovering at the hospital and in need of sympathy and support, her husband and his father came to her and announced that they were no longer married. As their marriage was unofficial, Farangiz was unable to seek help from the authorities. The cruelty of her husband left her distraught and she was only able to pull herself together for the sake of her son. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the Eurasia Foundation with funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland. - Мой брак был неофициальным Фарангиз была счастлива замужем и имела ребёнка, но однажды она упала и сломала ногу, пока убирала дом. Много часов она лежала, не в силах встать, до того, как, наконец, муж нашёл её вечером и отвёз её в больницу. Затем, пока она лежала в больнице и нуждалась в сочувствии и поддержке, муж с отцом пришли и объявили, что брак растогнут. Так как он был неофициально зарегистирован, Фарангиз не смогла получить помощь от местных органов власти. Из-за жестокости мужа, она была на грани нервого срыва, но смогла взять себя в руки ради сына. Видео снято в рамках проекта «Равенство перед законом: доступ к правосудию в странах Центральной Азии», который предлагается как совместная инициатива Фонда Евразия (ФЕ) и Министерства иностранных дел Финляндии в качестве приоритета на пути к устойчивому социальному развитию в рамках инициативы Финляндии «Расширенная Европа».
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New law in Tajikistan suggests not using surnames with Russian endings

New law in Tajikistan suggests not using surnames with Russian endings

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  • Updated: 02 May 2016
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A new law has gone into effect in Tajikistan that suggests not using surnames with Russian endings. The authorities believe this will contribute to the growth of national and patriotic feelings. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
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Strengthening Rule of Law and Human Rights to Empower People in Tajikistan

Strengthening Rule of Law and Human Rights to Empower People in Tajikistan

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2016
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"Strengthening Rule of Law and Human Rights to Empower People in Tajikistan" project results: better protection of individuals, tackling the issues of social protection and domestic violence along with improving civil registration status of the population in Ghonchi and Rasht districts.
https://wn.com/Strengthening_Rule_Of_Law_And_Human_Rights_To_Empower_People_In_Tajikistan
Tajikistan slammed for minors' law - Press TV News

Tajikistan slammed for minors' law - Press TV News

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2011
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Automatically uploaded video [VIDEO] Tajikistan slammed for minors' law Fri, 05 Aug 2011 00:27:40 Url: "http://presstvmobile.com/blog/?p=20420" #presstv #presstvandroid #presstviphone #presstvglobalnews #presstvmobile
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13-year-old Tajik girl wed, tortured by ruthless in laws in Baghlan Afghanistan

13-year-old Tajik girl wed, tortured by ruthless in laws in Baghlan Afghanistan

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  • Updated: 09 May 2012
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CNN's Nick Paton Walsh talks with a young Afghan girl who was married at age 13 then torturend by her cruel & ruthless husband's family.Three relatives of Sahar Gul, the child bride whose case caused worldwide outrage after she was rescued -- tortured and starved -- from a filthy basement in northern Afghanistan last year, have each been sentenced to 10 years in prison for human rights abuses. The 15-year-old was found in a cellar in Baghlan province last December after her uncle tipped off police. Following an arranged marriage, Ms Gul's husband and his family kept her in isolation for five months, with barely enough food to survive, and tortured her because she refused to enter into prostitution. In one of the most extreme examples of domestic violence exposed in Afghanistan, Ms Gul's in-laws pulled out her fingernails, beat her, broke her fingers and burned her body with hot pokers. Ms Gul attended the sentencing, coming face to face with her husband's mother, father and sister for the first time since she was rescued. In court, she pulled off her headscarf to show the judge the scars on her scalp, face and neck inflicted during her ordeal. She asked the judge to punish her relatives by imposing the death penalty.
https://wn.com/13_Year_Old_Tajik_Girl_Wed,_Tortured_By_Ruthless_In_Laws_In_Baghlan_Afghanistan
Genetic Tests for Couples: Tajikistan imposes genetic tests for future married couples

Genetic Tests for Couples: Tajikistan imposes genetic tests for future married couples

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  • Updated: 06 Feb 2016
  • views: 1378
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A bill was passed last month forbidding first cousins from getting married Tajik lawmakers are imposing genetic tests for future married couples. This comes after doctors warned that marriages between close relatives are a common cause of birth defects in the central-Asian nation. Tajik families with disabled children receive treatment and support at a center in Dushanbe. Government officials believe they can reduce the number of disabilities long before problems appear. Maysara Sharipova, Director of Centre for Treatment of Disabled Children: "Marriages between blood relatives in some cases cause physical and mental disabilities in children, such as Down's Syndrome and autism." With the new law genetic testing will be required to ensure engaged couples are not related. Dushanbe residents have commented the changes. - This is probably nonsense. I think it's too much. - Lawmakers saw the need for such a law. They know better. A bill was passed last month forbidding first cousins from getting married. According to Radio Free Europe couples planning to marry must also be declared free of sexually-transmitted diseases. Some lawmakers may also go further and consider an amendment stating that a woman's virginity must be confirmed by a doctor before marriage. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Where All The Men Of Tajikistan?

Where All The Men Of Tajikistan?

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2013
  • views: 216
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Our journey begins at a wedding in southern Tajikistan, where a young bride is getting married. But what should be a day of joy, is tinged with sadness as her groom will soon have to leave the country. Every year a million men leave Tajikistan to find work in Russia. Many find new families abroad, divorce their wives or simply never return. The women often left destitute are forced to do what would have been men's jobs or in some cases, are so desperate, they have to put their children into institutions. Tajikistan was once the breadbasket of the Soviet Union; today, the country's farms are worked by women. About 100,000 men were killed in a civil war that raged through the 1990s, but the gender imbalance has worsened as more and more men leave the country to find work on Russian construction sites. Back home, after the secularism of Soviet rule, Islam is enjoying a resurgence and many Tajiks are married via a Nikah, a traditional Muslim ceremony. These marriages can be dissolved by the utterance of the word "Talak" three times. Talak is supposed to be said in front of witnesses and with the approval of an imam, but migration has led to a wave of divorces communicated by text message. Divorce by SMS has become such a problem that the country's religious leader Saidmukaram Abduqodirzoda regularly uses sermons to chide men on the subject. For the women abandoned, some are forced to send their children to work, or to live in institutions. Increasing numbers are joining polygamous marriages. While polygamy is illegal in Taijikistan, the numbers are climbing as migrant men choose to stay in Russia indefinitely and the choice of eligible men in Tajikistan declines. As polygamy is against the law, second and third wives cannot be registered so whilst it can make financial sense in the short term, the women are financially vulnerable again in the event of a breakup.
https://wn.com/Where_All_The_Men_Of_Tajikistan
Tajikistan: Hunting Critics at Home and Abroad

Tajikistan: Hunting Critics at Home and Abroad

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  • Updated: 20 Sep 2016
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Governments and intergovernmental organizations should denounce the worsening human rights crisis in Tajikistan, Human Rights Watch and the Norwegian Helsinki Committee said in a video released today during the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). The United States and the European Union and its member countries, as well as the United Nations and the OSCE, should press for targeted sanctions absent immediate reform. Tajikistan is in the midst of its most dire human rights crisis in 20 years, the organizations said. Over the past two years, authorities have arrested, imprisoned, and tortured opposition party members, and banned the country’s leading opposition party, labeling them a terrorist group. The authorities have also arrested scores of lawyers, journalists, and anyone posting statements critical of the government on social media. While hundreds of activists have fled the country, the government has targeted perceived critics abroad, seeking their arrest and extradition to Tajikistan. Some critics abducted abroad have reappeared in Tajik custody.
https://wn.com/Tajikistan_Hunting_Critics_At_Home_And_Abroad
Religion restrictions debated in Tajikistan

Religion restrictions debated in Tajikistan

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  • Updated: 21 Dec 2013
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Tajikistan has strict rules on how and where people can pray. The government says it is necessary to combat what it calls "extremism." But as Al Jazeera's Divya Gopalan reports, many feel the laws are an attempt to clamp down on political oppositon.
https://wn.com/Religion_Restrictions_Debated_In_Tajikistan
Her husband tried to drive her to suicide - Domestic Violence, Divorce - Tajikistan

Her husband tried to drive her to suicide - Domestic Violence, Divorce - Tajikistan

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  • Updated: 24 Sep 2012
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http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ In this video, Farzona Gafurova, a 4th year law student at Tajik State National University, recounts a typical legal consultation she gave while interning for "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia," at the organization "Shoto" in Isfara, Tajikistan. A woman was habitually beaten to the point of hospitalisation by her husband, so she came to Shoto for help getting a divorce. After her consultation, her husband kept abusing her physically and psychologically until she was ready to commit suicide. She took him to court and he was convicted to 6 years in prison. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the Eurasia Foundation with funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.
https://wn.com/Her_Husband_Tried_To_Drive_Her_To_Suicide_Domestic_Violence,_Divorce_Tajikistan
Missing in Tajikistan: Learning to live on

Missing in Tajikistan: Learning to live on

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  • Updated: 29 Jun 2017
  • views: 86
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Hundreds of families in Tajikistan know nothing about the fate of their relatives, who went missing during the armed conflict in the 90s and as a result of labour migration. This film is about families trying so hard to live on.
https://wn.com/Missing_In_Tajikistan_Learning_To_Live_On
Banned From Tajikistan Video - President Emomali Rahmon Karaoke

Banned From Tajikistan Video - President Emomali Rahmon Karaoke

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  • Updated: 07 Jun 2013
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Have you ever karaoked so badly that your country banned YouTube to prevent national embarrassment? A humiliating video of a performance by Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon, taken in 2007 but put on YouTube in May, is thought to be the reason the country blocked YouTube access for a week. The block lasted from May 18-27, according to a Global Voices report, but it didn't grab a lot of attention. Perhaps that's because Tajikistan, a nation of 8 million people, only has 2 million Internet users. Or perhaps it's because the country has blocked YouTube at least three times in the past year. The country's Communication Service, which regulates Tajikistan's Internet service providers, confirmed the ban on the day it was lifted, but refused to elaborate on the reason behind it. It's not hard to notice that the ban started just as the video of Rahmon started to go viral, though. Uploaded the day the ban began, the video was promoted on Facebook by Dodojon Atavulloev, a well-known dissident in exile. Titled "Drunk Tajik President sings a song," the clip shows Rahmon at his son's wedding, dancing and singing wildly off-key. Occasionally, the camera cuts to Rahmon's son and daughter-in-law as they stand stoically. If the video seems somewhat professional, that's because it is. It initially aired on the independent TV station K+, whose website was banned during the same period.
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My sister is ignoring the court's decision - Property Rights - Tajikistan

My sister is ignoring the court's decision - Property Rights - Tajikistan

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  • Updated: 18 May 2012
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http://www.equalbeforethelaw.org/ When Dilnoza returned home to Dushanbe, Tajikistan from Moscow, she wanted to move in with her sister, but her sister resisted and took her to court. The court ruled that the sisters had equal rights to the house, but Dilnoza's sister has been ignoring the verdict, and Dilnoza herself has been enduring violence and abuse from her family ever since. This video was produced as part of "Equal Before the Law: Access to Justice in Central Asia" a 30 month project being implemented by the Eurasia Foundation with funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.
https://wn.com/My_Sister_Is_Ignoring_The_Court's_Decision_Property_Rights_Tajikistan
Singapore vs Tajikistan - Law Goal 40th minute

Singapore vs Tajikistan - Law Goal 40th minute

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Law Goal scored during Singapore vs Tajikistan in the 40th minute on Football Manager 2011.
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Picking Up Girls in Kazakhstan (With Tom Torero)

Picking Up Girls in Kazakhstan (With Tom Torero)

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2015
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For Residential Training, 1 to 1 coaching (including Skype) and bootcamps please email eddie@street-attraction.com or visit http://street-attraction.com/ Guys check out Tom Torero's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/tomtorerotv CHECK OUT APPROACH 2 LAY: http://approach2lay.com/ FOR FULL INFIELD VIDEOS WITH BREAKDOWNS: http://street-attraction.com/vip/
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In Rural Tajikistan, Thousands Of Women Face Abandonment

In Rural Tajikistan, Thousands Of Women Face Abandonment

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2017
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From: http://www.youtube.com/user/ReutersVideo February 13, 2017 - Thousands of Tajik wives are being left behind as their husbands go to neighboring Russia to look for work. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters... --- PigmineNews.com: http://www.pigminenews.com PigmineNews on mobile: http://www.pigminenews.com/mobile TopTrumpNews.com: http://www.toptrumpnews.com TopTrumpNews on mobile: http://www.toptrumpnews.com/mobile/ PigmineNews on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PigMineNews PigmineNews on Twitter: http://twitter.com/PigmineNews PigMine2 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/pigmine2 PigMine5 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/pigmine5 PigMine6 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/pigmine6 PigMine7 on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/pigmine7 FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 106A-117 of the U.S. Copyright Law.
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