If it has to do with exposing corruption or anything critical of the state, Uzbek journalists have learned to let it go – one call from the local authorities can put a reporter in jail or out on the street by Rustam Temirov TASHKENT, Uzbekistan – In May 1998, broadcast journalist Yashin Kurbanov ran two […]

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