Gulnara Karimova, a dictator's daughter, once used Twitter to ask that she not be called a dictator's daughter. Now that very Twitter account has disappeared.
Russian rights defenders have stopped the deportation of an Uzbek family at Moscow's Domodedovo airport.
A Russian ultranationalist discovers his ultranationalistic garments are made in Uzbekistan -- and he is none too pleased.
A top manager of the Swedish telecommunications company TeliaSonera has been replaced amid ongoing investigations into the company's business dealings with a partner in Uzbekistan.
A couple believed to have terrorized the Uzbek capital for the past year has been charged with manslaughter and robbery.
Freedom House says Internet freedom has declined worldwide in the past year, sparked by broad surveillance, new laws controlling web content, and increasing arrests of social-media users.
Uzbek border guards are expected to begin withdrawing from disputed territory in Kyrgyzstan's southern province of Jalal-Abad on October 1.
Kyrgyz and Uzbek officials have discussed the tense situation around a disputed segment of border in Kyrgyzstan's southern province of Osh.
Some 200 citizens of Kyrgyzstan's southern Aqsy district have protested the appearance of Uzbek border guards on disputed territory.
Lola Karimova-Tillaeva, the youngest daughter of Uzbekistan's president, has given an interview to the BBC in which she says she has not been in contact with her sister for some 12 years.
Prominent Uzbek human rights activist Bobomurod Razzoqov is known for his efforts to raise awareness of the use of children for cotton harvesting in his native Bukhara region in Uzbekistan’s southwest.
The Europe-based Human Rights for Central Asia Association says an Uzbek journalist missing since September 21 has been sentenced to 12 days in jail.