Reports in Uzbek media suggest the daughter of autocratic Uzbek President Islam Karimov is reportedly working on a film that could feature French actor Gerard Depardieu.
Tajikistan's presidential press service says President Emomali Rahmon called his Uzbek counterpart, Islam Karimov, on October 29 to mark the 20th anniversary of Tajik-Uzbek diplomatic ties.
Kyrgyz Deputy Interior Minister Melis Turganbaev tells RFE/RL that a new investigation has been launched into the high-profile murder of an independent ethnic Uzbek journalist.
Uzbek authorities have told a prominent artist that he is prohibited from traveling abroad or leaving the Tashkent region where he lives.
The rise of cheap technology over the past decade has helped revive Uzbekistan's film industry. But while the successes are hard to ignore, some wonder if quantity has not come at the expense of quality.
A new manual designed to help migrants from Central Asia has caused a storm in Russia's second city because of its apparent racist content.
Kyrgyzstan's State Committee for National Security says it has detained a terrorist suspect wanted in neighboring Uzbekistan for allegedly being a member of the Islamic Movement of Turkestan -- a pan-regional Islamic militant group.
Members of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) have met in the Azerbaijani capital, Baku, to discuss a wide range of regional issues.
When Kyrgyzstan transitioned from a Soviet republic to an independent state in 1991, ethnic Uzbeks living within its borders saw their home soil become suddenly more foreign.
Uzbek diplomatic officials have broken their silence on a Swiss money-laundering case involving four Uzbek nationals with ties to Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of the Uzbek president.
Media reports in Sweden say a suspect in an assassination attempt on a prominent Uzbek cleric has been arrested in Russia.
Uzbek authorities say they have thwarted an attempt to smuggle a significant amount of opium into the country from neighboring Tajikistan.