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Latest Uzbekistan Items
Swiss authorities have opened a money laundering investigation into the eldest daughter of Uzbekistan's authoritarian president, Islam Karimov, related to the country's telecommunications market, Switzerland's attorney general's office said Wednesday.
Australia beat Iraq 1-0 in Sydney. Iran won 1-0 at Ulsan, South Korea, and finished first in its group. South Korea secured second place on goal difference after finishing even on points with Uzbekistan, which won 5-1 at home against Qatar.
I condemn government inefficiency and incompetence often. The targets for criticism are endless. In the repeating patterns from these refugee and visa cases, however, we see potentially dangerous scenarios in which we cannot afford any excuses.
The Nordic telecommunications company TeliaSonera on Tuesday refuted allegations that two of its employees engaged in bribery and money laundering while launching operations in Uzbekistan several years ago, despite fresh evidence from prosecutors.
A repeat of last year's gasoline shortage in Uzbekistan is prompting calls for investment in and modernization of the Central Asian nation's oil industry.
A new fight over water is looming between Kyrgyzstan and its energy-rich Central Asian neighbors — and analysts say the likely winner could be Russia.
In Uzbekistan, information is so tightly controlled that the government is ranked among the world's worst offenders of Internet freedom.
Uzbekistan's prime minister pledged last month to end child labor in the country's cotton fields. But as the harvest season gets under way, human rights activists say children as young as 13 are being put to work under grueling conditions, despite extreme measures to recruit adult labor.
Urszula Radwanska of Poland, younger sister of No. 3-ranked Agnieszka Radwanska, capitalized on her opponent's wayward serve Monday to reach the second round of the Tashkent Open.