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News: Uzbekistan

We have started to collect the most important news related to Uzbekistan in November 2005. By default, most recent news are listed first.

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Uzbek defendants detail 'torture'

Sunday, March 19th 2006, 16:00

Eight men on trial in Uzbekistan give unusually detailed accounts of alleged torture.
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Uzbekistan jails opposition chief

Monday, March 6th 2006, 11:27

A court in Uzbekistan sentences opposition leader Sanjar Umarov to more than 10 years in jail.
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Uzbeks allow Germany to keep base

Sunday, December 11th 2005, 23:03
related countries: Afghanistan Afghanistan, Germany Germany

Uzbekistan agrees to allow German troops to continue to use the Termez military base near the Afghan border.
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Uzbeks jail 25 Andijan suspects

Saturday, December 3rd 2005, 16:46

Uzbekistan hands long jail terms to 25 more men in connection with the uprising in the town of Andijan.
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More Andijan accused go on trial

Tuesday, November 29th 2005, 17:49

Several trials begin in Uzbekistan of people connected with the unrest in Andijan in May.
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Last US plane leaves Uzbek base

Monday, November 21st 2005, 18:24
related countries: United States United States

The US flies its last plane out of its air base in Uzbekistan, after being asked to leave by President Islam Karimov.
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US condemns Uzbek trial verdicts

Tuesday, November 15th 2005, 1:07
related countries: United States United States
related places: Washington, May

The US says the trial in Uzbekistan of 15 men involved in an uprising in Andijan in May was "unfair".
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Uzbeks banish BBC after massacre reports

Saturday, November 5th 2005, 12:48

Monica Whitlock describes how reporting on the Andijan massacre in Uzbekistan led to the closure of the BBC office.
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