Muslim, Russian Orthodox and Catholic leaders gathered in Tashkent to call for friendship, tolerance and peace.
Lack of financial opportunities is forcing thousands to seek work far away from their homeland, exposing them to extremist recruitment, say residents of Gulakandoz Jamoat.
In 2016, 35 residents of Jabbor Rasulov residents were convicted of participating in banned extremist groups like "Islamic State". In 2017, only one case has been reviewed.
Kazakhstan's Energy Ministry and UN agencies are working on a new project to promote green technologies
Kazakhstan is taking a leading role against extremism and terrorism, say analysts and officials.
The country recently designated a new Islamic university and plans to offer studies in Islamic civilisation at another facility of higher learning.
The EU, by organising discussions, will help Kyrgyzstan "make the public more resistant to radicalisation and extremist propaganda", say EU officials.
Policies that marginalise citizens could end up "driving" people into the hands of terrorists, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned.
The stimulant, administered in pill form, has reportedly been sanctioned by the 'Islamic State' as a means to facilitate 'jihad' as it gives fighters stamina.
The country is trying to move away from natural gas and other fossil fuels, which currently account for nearly 90% of its generated power.
Preventing prison inmates from radicalising each other was the topic at a May 30 forum in Astana.
This photo essay explores how some Muslims in Kyrgyzstan celebrate the holy month.
Parviz Kosimov's return from Syria gives hope to Tajik parents whose sons left to wage 'jihad' in the Middle East.
Tajik villager Parviz Kosimov described his 9 months as an 'Islamic State' militant in Syria exclusively to Caravanserai.
Enrolling university students from other Central Asian countries will help foster regional co-operation and prevent youth radicalisation in Central Asia, predict observers.
The threat is not diminishing and requires continued pushback, say observers and lawmakers.
Hundreds of Kyrgyz of various ethnic and religious backgrounds assembled in Bishkek to celebrate the start of Ramadan.
Sherali and Rukiya Mannonov in Karatog, a village in Tursunzoda District, shared their Ramadan culinary tradition with Caravanserai.