Foreign minister denies speculation linking country to Russia-led trade and security organizations.
The first dissident to test the openness of the year-old, post-Karimov administration was promptly arrested after his return from exile.
‘Students should study, state employees should work,’ prime minister says after dramatic change of policy.
Central Asian neighbors take steps toward closer ties in a region crying out for cross-border ventures.
Decision runs counter to liberalizing trend under new leader Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
Uzbekistan releases details of charges against the former leader’s daughter three years after she vanished from public view.
A large decorative tile stolen from a medieval mausoleum will be going home, thanks to an Oxford scholar and the British Museum.
Economic and religious motivations alike are behind the rise in multiple marriages, observers say.
If you can’t conform to national values or you’re too patriotic, you can stop thinking about being a singer in Uzbekistan.
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