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Blog: What US can’t accept in Belarus, it supports in Uzbekistan – CPJ

Last week, President Obama signed into law a bill that expands sanctions against Belarus, whose authoritarian leader Aleksandr Lukashenko continues to imprison his opponents and critics. Lukashenko unleashed the latest crackdown hours after the flawed December 2010 presidential vote, which declared him winner of a fourth term

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Uzbekistan – Human rights activist attacked over critical online publications

International Freedom of Expression eXchange: Gulbakhor Turayeva was taking a walk near her house with her children when she was approached by two women, accompanied by two

Uzbekistan – Charges dropped against freelance journalist Elena Bondar — Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) - Reporters Without Borders notes that the Uzbek authorities have dropped all charges against Elena Bondar , a freelance journalist who was

What will the Uzbeks say about us in their Tahrir Square?

Human Rights Watch (HRW) - The dramatic developments in Egypt's Tahrir square and across the Middle East should make Western policy-makers think twice about the wisdom

Attacks on the Press 2010: Uzbekistan

Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) -

Top Developments
• State deploys analysts to build sweeping criminal defamation cases.
• Numerous regional and international news websites

EU should press Uzbekistan on news media crisis

Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) - Dear President Barroso: We're writing in advance of your January 24 meeting in Brussels with Uzbek President Islam Karimov to urge

Uzbekistan – Rights and freedoms left off agenda of President Karimov’s visit to Brussels

Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) - Reporters Without Borders is concerned that President Islam Karimov is to be received in Brussels on 24 January for the first


OSCE media freedom representative expresses concern over continuing harassment of journalists in Uzbekistan | OSCE

VIENNA, 24 September 2010 - The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Dunja Mijatovic, said today that she is alarmed by the unrelenting judicial pressure exerted on

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