Relatives of Kyrgyz militants in Syria hope that the Kyrgyz government can help repatriate them.
In 2009, only 51 prisoners were serving time for extremism and terrorism. Now more than triple that number are serving time for these offences.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' is no longer honouring its commitment to pay compensation to the families of slain fighters.
New divisions are surfacing within the 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant', observers say, as mistrust of the group's leadership takes hold.
The bill, if enacted, will also empower authorities to step up surveillance of public places including train stations and airports.
Kazakhstan continues monitoring online resources, blocking over 110,000 extremist websites to prevent youth radicalisation.
The large number of residents from that province fighting in the Middle East is a source of alarm to officials and relatives alike.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant' leader has left the city as his group's defences are crumbling, leaving his increasingly frustrated fighters behind.
The Afghan-based group of Tajik militants reportedly has less than 100 fighters and is too feeble to threaten the Tajik government.
The militants massing in northern Afghanistan represent a stew of nationalities and groups.