Tadjiks


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Tadjiks:

see TajikistanTajikistan
, officially Republic of Tajikistan, republic (2015 est. pop. 8,192,000), 55,251 sq mi (143,100 sq km), central Asia. It borders on China in the east, Afghanistan in the south, Kyrgyzstan in the north, and Uzbekistan in the west and northwest.
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Angering the Uzbeks, however, may not be what the Tadjiks want to do.
Yvan me escreve que Tadjiks, Pachtoun, Ouzbecks e Hazara desfilam em Moscou.
Iran was actively backing the Tadjik forces of Ahmad Shah Masood as well.
In fact there are more Tadjiks in Afghanistan than in Tadjikistan.
Finally, the Central Asian area had not experienced a decline in marital fertility as late as 1970, despite greatly reduced mortality rates and impressive progress in education (more than 90 percent of women 20-29 had at least primary schooling.) These peoples--the Tadjiks, Kirghiz, Turkmen, and Uzbeks--had very low levels of female literacy and very high mortality rates and predominantly agricultural or pastoral occupations in 1926.
L'assermentation, prevue aujourd'hui, du nouveau president (55% des voix a l'issue d'un audit inedit des huit millions de bulletins de vote) qui succede a Hamid Karzai a mis fin aux turbulences d'une crise porteuse de risques reels de partition entre la communaute pachtoune du Sud et les Tadjiks du Nord respectivement acquis a Ashraf et Abdullah Abdullah.
invasion meant a loss of power to their ethnic rivals, the Tadjiks and Uzbeks.
There are Tadjiks, Armenians, Koreans, Arabs and Jews to name just a few.
Karzai had appointed Marshall Muhammad Qassem Fahim, a prominent Panjsheri Tadjik, as first presidential running-mate, to help boost his support base among the ethnic Tadjiks of the north.
There are also Tadjiks, Armenians, Koreans, Arabs and Jews to name just a few.