Multinational probe strengthens allegations of gargantuan bribes to the disgraced daughter of late leader Karimov.
Given the country’s electoral history, hardliner Mirziyaev seems a lock for the job, dampening the likelihood of change.
On way home from G20 summit, Russian leader meets with Uzbek premier, seen as most likely to succeed the long-serving autocrat.
The Uzbek President's absence at independence day celebrations had led some to believe that the strongman's days were numbered.
Police, troops guarding Tashkent hospital where the country’s only post-independence leader is being treated.
Western security firm refuses to confirm it sold Uzbekistan spyware able to monitor phone calls and e-mails.
The much-criticized practice is slowing dwindling under the constant glare of publicity, but estimates put the number of annual workers at from 500,000 to 1 million.
Kyrgyz opposition groups protest perceived official inaction to settle long-running border disputes.
U.S. and Dutch allegations center on companies linked to Gulnara Karimova, eldest daughter of Uzbekistan’s president.
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