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Fighting Censorship in Uzbekistan, One Entry at a Time

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For decades, Uzbekistan has been counted among the world’s most restrictive societies, ranking at the bottom of surveys on fundamental freedoms and human rights. Far from being silenced by the country’s rigid censorship regime, RFE/RL’s Uzbek Service, known locally as Radio Ozodlik, is pioneering ways to collect and Read more »

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Investigative Reporting Takes RFE/RL to Uzbekistan, Iran, Iraq, Georgia and Russia

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Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty has been busy investigating several stories involving political scheming from Iraq to Russia. The Swedish-based telecommunications giant TeliaSonera has been under investigation for allegedly paying massive bribes to Uzbek presidential daughter Gulnara Karimova. Correspondents Daisy Sindelar and Farruh Yusupov report that Read more »

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Abdulmalik Boboev, VOA Uzbek Service

In October 2010, VOA Uzbek Service reporter Abdulmalik Boboev was fined more than $10,000 by an Uzbek court that convicted him of slander, insult and publishing information harmful to the public peace.  Boboev had faced eight years in jail on the charges for simply reporting Read more »

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