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Beeline opens eight offices in Ferghana Valley

Uzbekistan Infrastructure / Ferghana Valley 2016 exhibition st...

Tashkent, Uzbekistan ( -- An exhibition Uzbekistan Infrastructure / Ferghana Valley 2016 started in Ferghana city on 22 August 2016. The exhibition is organized for the second time. International exhibition company ITE Uzbekistan ..., 1 month ago

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Uzbekistan: Cinematic Morality Tale Chronicles the Rise and Fall of Ferghana Radicalism

A screenshot from the video footage filmed in Namangan in December 1991 that shows militant Islamist leader Tahir Yuldashev (left) verbally browbeating a stony-faced President Islam Karimov before a massive crowd of supporters. Yuldashev and his ...
 EurasiaNet1 month ago

BRICS meet in New Delhi to focus on security issues

China has signalled that it wants the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa (BRICS) grouping to acquire a larger security dimension, ahead of the departure to New Delhi of State Councillor, Yang Jiechi for a meeting of the national security ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Robin Mills: Karimov's use of resources leaves air of instability

Most Uzbeks, with an average age of 27 years, have never known a ruler other than president Islam Karimov, who died on Friday at the age of 78. Karimov had ruled the country even before its independence from the Soviet Union, coming to power in ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago Karimov's use of resources leaves air of instability  Abu Dhabi National3 weeks ago Karimov's death adds to instability in Central Asia  Abu Dhabi National3 weeks ago Death of Uzbek President Karimov and instability in Central Asia  Politics.ie4 weeks ago
Business Insider

The next leader of Uzbekistan faces a big ISIS problem

OSH, Kyrgyzstan (Reuters) - Whoever takes over the Central Asian state of Uzbekistan after its president's death faces a challenge to keep a lid on Islamist militants who have become foot soldiers in global jihadist groups. Uzbek fighters are ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago Uzbek leader faces major challenges  Oman Observer3 weeks ago Islamist militants pose challenge for next Uzbek leader weeks ago
New Hamburg Independent

Uzbekistan's Dictator Is Gone. Russia Wants to Fill the Vacuum

The death of Islam Karimov , a dictator who ran Uzbekistan since its creation a quarter-century ago, has kicked off a new round of geopolitical competition in Central Asia. Despite the rise of China in the region, Russia has the strongest hand. But ...
 Time3 weeks ago Islam Karimov and the massacre in Uzbekistan that the world forgot  Washington Post1 month ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

Kyrgyzstan says Uighur militant groups behind attack on China's embassy

By Olga Dzyubenko BISHKEK (Reuters) - A suicide bomb attack on the Chinese embassy in the Kyrgyz capital last week was ordered by Uighur militants active in Syria and carried out by a member of the East Turkestan Islamic movement, Kyrgyzstan's ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago Kyrgyzstan - Uighur militant groups behind attack on China's embassy weeks ago

Uzbekistan: School Year Begins With Karimov Classes

When students in Uzbekistan returned to school and universities earlier this week, it was to classes devoted to the life and deeds of the late President Islam Karimov. After reluctantly admitting to Karimov's demise on September 2, authorities ...
 EurasiaNet3 weeks ago My Memories Of Karimov's Uzbekistan  Radio Free Europe3 weeks ago The Plague of Karimov's Rule in Uzbekistan  ZNet3 weeks ago

A legacy of sponsored warriors

By Khaled Ahmed Why has Pakistan vowed to end its armed militias in its National Action Plan (NAP)? In December last year, an exiled Pakistani warlord named Fazlullah killed 132 children in an army public school in Peshawar through his henchmen.
 South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago

Uzbekistan contemplates its future without long time ruler Karimov

in Samarkand and has run the central Asian country for more than a quarter-century. He made his way through the Communist party in the-then USSR, and his reign has been marked by long presidential terms, crushing electoral victories, and claimed ...
 Albawaba3 weeks ago Uzbekistan faces future without President Karimov in power  EuroNews4 weeks ago
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