Balancing studies with cotton harvesting is an educational challenge for Uzbek students by Rustam Temirov TASHKENT-Last fall, Ikbol and Bashir Khalilov set out to visit their daughter, Nazira, then a first-year medical student at a regional college in Jizzak, 200 kilometers south of the Uzbek capital, Tashkent. But instead of a cluttered and over-crowded dormitory […]

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