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Human Rights Watch says political prisoners are commonly abused by government of President Islam Karimov.
People & Power investigates allegations that exiled opponents of the Uzbek regime are being hunted down and killed.
A new website, Adolat.net, built by Uzbek lawyers, attempts to educate citizens on their legal rights.
Sarah Kendzior
People & Power investigates the terrifying plight of Uzbek exiles.
People & Power
Karimov re-elected for seven-year term despite criticism from global monitors.
China rolled out the red carpet for Uzbekistan's president on Wednesday, underscoring the importance it places on curbing the rise of Islamic activism.

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

About 500 bodies have been laid out in rows at a school in the eastern Uzbek city where troops fired on protesters to put down an uprising, a doctor in the town said.

Thousands of Uzbeks, seeking to flee the country, have stormed government buildings in an eastern frontier village.

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