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Uzbekistan has brought in new regulations to increase surveillance of Internet cafes in the latest tightening of the country's strict rules governing access to the web, local media reported. Internet cafes will now be legally obliged to install video
26 March 2014 70 shares 15 View comments The daughter of Uzbekistan's president is allegedly being kept under house arrest by her father who 'sent men to beat her up'. Gulnara Karimova, 41, is said to be being held by security forces from her father'
Gulnara Karimova (C), daughter of Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov, takes a video with an Ipad as her father dances during an Independence Day celebration in Tashkent August 31, 2012. Swedish prosecutors are investigating the daughter of
Switzerland probes Uzbek leader's daughter Gulnara Karimova Gulnara Karimova is the eldest daughter of President Islam Karimov who has dominated Uzbekistan since 1989 Prosecutors in Switzerland have opened a money laundering investigation into
Dozens of local and international human rights groups have called on Zemen not to receive Karimov on February 20. The groups are critical of Karimov's documented use of torture in his country and the forced labour practices in the cotton trade. In
President Should Insist on Tashkent's Need to Make Rights Improvements February 12, 2014 (Prague) President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic should cancel his invitation for an official visit by Uzbekistan 's authoritarian leader Islam Karimov, 31
Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov makes a statement after talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin in Moscow, April 15, 2013 file photo. A planned visit by Uzbek President Islam Karimov next week to the Czech Republic has
Row sheds light on hidden power struggles as presidential election approaches. Jan 14 Months of conflict within the family of Uzbek president Islam Karimov has revealed a struggle for succession that would normally be hidden beneath the surface,
Two of the most despotic leaders in the world sit atop the governments of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, according to rights groups. But in sharp contrast to the way they regard their respective peoples, Turkmenistan's Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov and
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday that his country is ready to explore new cooperation fields with Uzbekistan and push bilateral relations to a new high. Li made the remarks during a meeting with Uzbek President Islam Karimov. "