2 September 2002 Russian protestors end up in psychiatric wards after complaining about discrimination in Uzbekistan’s longest-ever street demonstrations. TASHKENT, Uzbekistan–Several leading Russian minority rights activists in Uzbekistan have, say human rights organizations, been forcibly given psychiatric treatment by the Uzbek authorities after a rally to voice complaints by the Russian minority was broken up. […]

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