Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev pledged when he came to power that he would improve relations with his neighbors. We just saw two examples of that.
Ukraine suffered the world’s largest increase in the number of measles cases in 2018, some of them the result of the so-called “anti-vac” movement, the United Nations children’s agency says.
An explosion at a clinic in Uzbekistan's eastern city of Andijon has injured 22 people.
On this week's Majlis Podcast, our panel discusses Beijing's security interests in Central Asia and how far they might go.
An Uzbek IT specialist is demanding justice be served against a judge who allegedly put him in the hospital by kicking him in the groin.
Uzbekistan's Central Bank has announced it is introducing a new 100,000-som banknote as of February 25.
Living with disabilities in Central Asia presents many challenges. Tight state budgets and social stigmas make integratingin society tough for many disabled people.
Three former executives of telecom giant Telia have been acquitted in Sweden in a high-profile bribery case involving the eldest daughter of late Uzbek President Islam Karimov.
Ikhtiyor Abdullaev's abrupt departure from office, and the reported probe against him, were the latest in an ongoing purge of top Uzbek officials.
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoev has appointed new heads of the state security agency and the Defense Ministry after the previous security chief resigned on health grounds, the president's office has said.
The U.S. Embassy in Beijing says it is following the case of a Chinese citizen of Kazakh ethnicity who has asked the international community for help to prevent his forcible return to China from Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan has reiterated its readiness to host talks between Afghan government officials and Taliban negotiators.