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Dutch-Turkish man pleads guilty to aiding Islamic terror group

WASHINGTON A Dutch-Turkish man has pleaded guilty to providing material support to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, a designated foreign terrorist organization. Federal officials announced Thursday that 58-year-old Irfan Demirtas pleaded ..., 1 month ago

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OIC lists Gülen network as terror group

ANKARA - Anadolu Agency The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Oct. 19 listed the movement of U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, believed to be behind Turkey's July 15 coup attempt, as a terrorist organization, Turkish ...
 Turkish Daily2 days ago OIC Hijacked by Saudi Regime  Islam Times1 week ago
Nikkei Asian Review

After Karimov

On August 29, the president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, died from a cerebral hemorrhage. Karimov had been in office since the founding of Uzbekistan following the fall of the Soviet Union. Given his long tenure in office and the uncertainty that ...
 Advisor Perspectives1 month ago A glance at Islam Karimov's authoritarian legacy in Uzbekistan  Daily Sabah1 month ago Uzbekistan had the same president for 25 years. What happens now?  Washington Post1 month ago My Memories Of Karimov's Uzbekistan  Radio Free Europe1 month ago
Bne IntelliNews

Uzbek dictator Karimov dies, leaving a void in Central Asia

The Uzbek government confirmed Friday that President Islam Karimov has died of a stroke, ending days of rumors about the condition of the 78-year-old hardliner, who had ruled the Central Asian country with an iron fist since its independence.Karimov ...
 Yahoo! Tech1 month ago COMMENT: When dictators die  Bne IntelliNews1 month ago World View: Uzbekistan's Dictator President Karimov Suffers Stroke  Breitbart.com1 month ago Central Asia Is Less Stable than It Looks  Bloomberg View1 month ago
Christian Science Monitor

Uzbek president's failing health raises Islamist worries

Autocratic President Islam Karimov has ruled Uzbekistan for more than two decades. But public reports he has suffered a debilitating illness raise the possibility of a succession battle, complicated by Uzbekistan's own Islamist insurgency. Uzbek ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago Rumours of Uzbek President's death raise questions over succession  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Uzbek president Karimov hospitalized  Deutsche Welle1 month ago UPDATE: Succession speculation grows as Uzbek President Islam Karimov hospitalised  Bne IntelliNews1 month ago
Business Insider

Islamist militants pose challenge for next Uzbek leader

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 ... month ago The next leader of Uzbekistan faces a big ISIS problem  Business Insider1 month ago
Washington Post

Uzbek dictator Islam Karimov hospitalized as rumors emerge about a successor

By Andrew Roth, MOSCOW The man who has ruled Uzbekistan since the fall of the Soviet Union has suffered a stroke and is in intensive care, his daughter said on Monday, raising questions about stability and succession in one of the most autocratic ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Dictator's stroke plunges Uzbekistan into uncertainty  Irish Times1 month ago
Radio Free Europe

Are Uzbekistan's Ties With China Headed For A Change?

On September 2, Uzbekistan's government announced the death of longtime President Islam Karimov. While Uzbekistan has remained tranquil in the days immediately following Karimov's death, the fact that he did not publicly anoint a favored successor ...
 Radio Free Europe1 month ago

Majlis Podcast: Uzbekistan Without Karimov

For those accustomed to watching the slow movement of Uzbekistan's government over the years, this month has already been a shock. On September 1, the country marked 25 years of independence. The next day, the government announced that the only ...
 Radio Free Europe1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Karimov leaves legacy of political and religious repression in Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan's authoritarian president, Islam Karimov, whose death was reported on September 2, 2016, leaves a legacy of political and religious repression, Human Rights Watch said today. His death provides a moment for concerned governments to press ...
 Singapore Star.com1 month ago Power vacuum, uncertainty looms following the death of Uzbekistan's dictator  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Uzbekistan: Authoritarian President Karimov Reported Dead  Human Rights Watch1 month ago Instability Looms For Uzbekistan Following Reports Of The President's Death  OilPrice.com1 month ago
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