18 October 1996 Print > On 30 November 1995, the Sharq publishing house announced that seven Uzbek publications with unpaid debts – the dailies Vecherny Tashkent, Tashkent Okshomi, Vatan, and the weeklies Molodezh Uzbekistana, Turkiston, Tashkentskaya Pravda, and Tashkent Khakikati – would be discontinued. > On 13 December 1995, Turkmenskaya Iskra, an organ of the […]

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