A well-known television anchor in Uzbekistan has been allegedly killed, according to a colleague.
The speaker of Russia's State Duma says the Kremlin wants India to become a full-fledged member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) this year.
A decree came into force in Uzbekistan's capital, Tashkent, on February 25 requiring Internet cafes and computer clubs to close by 9 p.m.
U.S. officials say three Central Asian men were arrested on charges they planned to provide material support for Islamic State (IS) militants.
The son of a prominent Uzbek cleric who was severely wounded in a shooting attack in Sweden three years ago says he has been threatened.
Two Uzbek human rights activists have not been allowed to travel to South Korea's capital, Seoul, to receive an international award.
Uzbek schoolchildren don't have to pick cotton anymore, but they still have to meet collection quotas for metal, paper, and other recyclables needed by the state.
An Uzbek soccer player has been temporarily banned and a coach fired after violence marred a game between the Olympic teams of Uzbekistan and South Korea earlier this month.
Uzbek university students are being required to sign a declaration promising they won't celebrate the February 14 holiday Valentine's Day.
Journalist Khairullo Khamidov, who was jailed in 2010 for links to an extremist group, has been freed.
Kyrgyz border guards have detained an Uzbek national accused of crossing the border illegally.
Lacking a transparent presidential election with a range of candidates in Uzbekistan, activists outside the country created a virtual one online.