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Kyrgyz-Uzbek border closed following reported shooting in Andijan province.
Uzbekistan's supreme court has said a further 58 people will be tried in closed court proceedings over last May's mass bloodshed in the eastern city of Andijan.
Three US senators have reiterated their call for an international investigation into a government crackdown in eastern Uzbekistan in which up to 750 people were feared killed.

Uzbekistan has arrested a human rights activist who gav

China has declared its support for Uzbekistan's government, which has been grappling with unrest in the east of the country, a day ahead of a visit by Uzbek President Islam Karimov.
Britain, the European Union and the United Nations have called for an international inquiry into the reported killing of hundreds of protesters in Uzbekistan.
Rebels hoping for an Islamic state are firmly in control of an Uzbek border town.

Uzbekistan's top prosecutor says 169 people were killed in violence in the eastern town of Andijan, but an opposition leader has said the real figure is much

The killing of hundreds of protesters in Uzbekistan by government troops has focused the world's attention on the strategic Central Asian nation.
Roshan Muhammed Salih

More gunfire has been reported in the eastern Uzbek town of Andijan, days after a military crackdown there reportedly killed hundreds of people.

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