Is the real “illness” of Britain’s ambassador his pointed criticisms of the Uzbek regime? TASHKENT, Uzbekistan–Speaking out can be bad for your health in Uzbekistan. Over the past decade, thousands of conservative Muslims and critics of the Uzbek regime have found themselves in prison. Many have been tortured. Some have died–a few, say human rights […]
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