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Attack on murdered journalist's kins in Kygyz capital said ethnically motivated
Human rights activist in Kyrgyzstan Aziza Abdirasulova believes an attack on the Saipov brothers in the capital of Bishkek, was ethnically motivated.
Birdamlik members given big fines over picket
Three of the Birdamlik (Solidarity) movement activists detained for attempting to protest near the Kyrgyz embassy in Tashkent on 12 June have been given large fines while other picketers got away with warnings.
Birdamlik members detained in Tashkent during picket against Kyrgyz violence
The opposition movement Birdamlik (Solidarity) on 12 June was going to hold a picket outside the Kyrgyz embassy to commemorate the 2011 events in the Kyrgyz town of Osh, but its members were detained
Prominent Uzbek rights activist speaks in support of jailed Kyrgyz counterpart
Members of the Human Rights Alliance of Uzbekistan on 16 May staged an action outside the embassy of Kyrgyzstan, demanding the release of human rights activist Azimjon Askarov, but the embassy even refused to accept their written statement.
Uzbekistan to import electricity from Kyrgyzstan
The State-owned power company Uzbekenergo and the Kyrgyz company Elektricheskie stantsii signed an agreement on 22nd November under which Uzbekistan will import 500,000 MWh electricity annually from Kyrgyzstan.
Badly beaten journalist in Osh ignored by medics
Shokhrukh Saipov, 26-year old publisher of the website Uzpress.kg, was brutally attacked on the evening of 10 August in the city of Osh in southern Kyrgyzstan. Shokhrukh is the brother of Alisher Saipov, the journalist who was killed in Osh in October 2007.
State of emergency in parts of Uzbekistan
Islam Karimov nearing the finish line
More cotton injuries
Experts believe Central Asia will never be a united Islamic region
Khokim’s 14-year-old daughter commits suicide
ANALYSIS / COMMENTARY / INTERVIEW
2013 was a difficult year for Uzbek workers in Russia
Deportation is the worst that can happen to an Uzbek migrant worker in Russia. It is worst than skinheads and Russian police. At home the worker's hungry wife and children are waiting for him to send some money.
Umida Niyazova: “People in Uzbekistan have completely forgotten how to demand anything from the government”
Human rights activist Umida Niyazova says that it is difficult to fight for human rights in Uzbekistan because people are overcome by fear, not interested in the concepts of democracy and freedom, and have completely forgotten how to demand anything from the government.
Give some thought to the poor migrant workers in Sochi
The winter Olympic Games are drawing to a close. I will most likely remember these Games not by any particular accomplishments or medals but rather by the hard work my compatriots put into building the infrastructure – many of whom had been deported after the work was finished, laments Kudrat Babajanov.
Interview with BBC’s Natalia Antelava on the forced sterilization of women in Uzbekistan
BBC journalist Natalia Antelava discusses the ongoing, systematic forced sterilization of women in Uzbekistan and the silence of the international community.
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