A retired Tajik journalist says he has been deported from Uzbekistan on spurious grounds.
Much of the analysis concerning the Collective Security Treaty Organization neglects significant internal dynamics and perpetuates organizational myths.
Another journalist has come under pressure by the authorities in Tashkent, in a fashion that has become familiar to independent reporters who dare overstep boundaries set by officials.
Dozens of activists picketed the Uzbek Embassy in Bishkek to demand the immediate release of Uzbek journalist Yelena Bondar.
Dozens of Uzbek exiles picketed the Uzbek Consulate in Istanbul on September 1 to demand democratic changes.
Four police officers in southern Kyrgyzstan have been charged in connection with the death of a Russian citizen who was allegedly severely beaten while in police custody.
As the new school year kicked off on September 1, some 35 ethnic Uzbek children attending the Cholpon school in the district of Kara-Suu in southern Kyrgyzstan began their studies in a whole new language -- Kyrgyz.
There are some events and names the presidents won't be mentioning in the speeches, and I thought, for the sake of balance, I'd recall some of them.
An Uzbek HIV/AIDS activist whose imprisonment was widely condemned by international rights groups has been released from jail in Uzbekistan.
What most worries activists in Uzbekistan, though, is that the launch of Muloqot is merely a prelude to a ban of Facebook, which represents the global connected society the Karimov regime is so afraid of.
Uzbekistan's national air carrier is telling passengers to limit the amount of "nos," or powdered tobacco, they take with them aboard flights
Rights activists say another Uzbek citizen wanted by Tashkent on religious extremism charges has been detained in Kazakhstan and faces possible extradition.