Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev has signed a decree ordering what state media outlets called the first mass pardoning of convicts in the Central Asian country's history.
Uzbekistan and Afghanistan have signed an agreement to extend a railroad connecting the two countries in a move that may eventually give Uzbekistan a direct link to sea ports.
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani have discussed bilateral ties and regional security at a meeting in Tashkent.
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev has signed a decree on introducing new visas allowing foreigners to stay in the Central Asian country for 30 days.
Murod Juraev, a prominent Uzbek opposition figure who was released in 2015 after more than 21 years in prison, has died aged 65.
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Hotel guests across Uzbekistan should have copies on hand of the Koran, Bible, and other sacred books, say Uzbek officials more accustomed to reining in religious fervor.
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev has issued a decree emphasizing that evidence obtained under torture is inadmissible in the Central Asian country's courts.
An Afghan Kam Air passenger jet landed at Tashkent International Airport on November 29 after making the first-ever direct commercial flight from Kabul to Uzbekistan's capital.
State media reports in Uzbekistan say President Shavkat Mirziyoev has reshuffled the cabinet, replacing long-serving ministers of economy and trade.
The Uzbek immigrant accused of mowing down eight people in a truck attack in New York City last month has pleaded not guilty to murder and other criminal charges.
A Swedish court has extended pretrial detention for an Uzbek national accused of carrying out an April truck attack in Stockholm that killed five people.