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  Uzbekistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Uzbekistan was one of the poorest areas of the former Soviet Union with more than 60% of its population living in densely populated rural communities.
Uzbekistan is now the world's third largest cotton exporter, the seventh world major producer of gold and natural gas, and a regionally significant producer of chemicals and machinery.
Uzbekistan had been one of the poorest republics of the Soviet Union; much of its population was engaged in cotton farming in small rural communities.
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 Uzbekistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As Britain's ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, repeatedly spoke out against human rights abuse by the Karimov regime, most famously the case of, believed to have been boiled alive by the Uzbek security forces.
Recently, a Uzbekistan pastor facing up to eight years in prison for leading an unregistered church is asking for the prayers of fellow Christian believers in the West, says the Voice of the Martyrs, an organization fighting for the persecuted church around the world.
Main article: Foreign relations of Uzbekistan Previously close to Washington, the government of Uzkekistan has restricted American military use of the airbase at is used for air operations in neighboring Afghanistan.
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 Uzbekistan - Gurupedia
The Republic of Uzbekistan is a country in Central Asia.
Uzbekistan is a dry, double-landlocked country of which 10% consists of intensely cultivated, irrigated river valleys.
Uzbekistan has responded to the negative external conditions generated by the
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 Encyclopedia: Demographics of Uzbekistan
Demographics of Uzbekistan, Data of FAO, year 2005 ; Number of inhabitants in thousands.
See also: Islam in Uzbekistan Gur-e Amir in Samarkand was built by the order of Timur, a ferocious Central Asian warlord, who, proclaiming his royal descent from Genghis Khan, in the 14th century conquered much of the Middle East, Turkey, Central Asia, and India.
Uzbekistan The Osmanli Dynasty, also the House of Osman, ruled the Ottoman Empire from 1281 to 1923, beginning with Osman I (not counting his father, ErtuÄŸrul), though the dynasty was not proclaimed until 1383 when Murad I declared himself sultan.
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 Tajikistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
As part of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan was initially grouped with what is now Uzbekistan in the Autonomous SSR of Tajikistan, but was later made a separate constituent republic.
The major ethnic group is the Tajik, although there is a sizeable minority of Uzbeks, and a small population of Russians, whose numbers are declining due to emigration.
The culture of Tajikistan was originally shared with that of Uzbekistan, but during Communist rule, the cultural fabric of the region was disrupted by the Soviet leadership that imposed artificial boundaries and nation-state notion - alien to the region - on the area.
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 Tajikistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As part of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan was initially grouped with what is now Uzbekistan in the, but was later made a separate constituent republic.
International assistance also was necessary to address the second year of severe drought that resulted in a continued shortfall of food production.
On August 21st 2001, the Red Cross announced that a famine was striking Tajikistan, and called for international aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
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 Uzbekistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Main article: History of Uzbekistan For thousands of years the present area of Uzbekistan was a part of the Persian Empire.
Main article: Geography of Uzbekistan Map of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan is a dry, double-landlocked country of which 10% consists of intensely cultivated, irrigated river valleys.
Main article: Economy of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan was one of the poorest areas of the former Soviet Union with more than 60% of its population living in densely populated rural communities.
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 UZBEKISTAN FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
The Republic of Uzbekistan''' is a doubly landlocked country in Central_Asia.
According to the Committee_to_Protect_Journalists, Uzbekistan is the leading jailer of journalists in Europe and Central_Asia, with four behind bars as of December 2004.
Previously close to Washington, the government of Uzkekistan has restricted American military use of the airbase at Karshi-Khanabad which is used for air operations in neighboring Afghanistan.
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 Uzbekistan Information - Uzbekistan Facts
Uzbekistan is not a democracy and does not have a free press.
Following the visit of the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, the Government of Uzbekistan drafted an Action Plan to implement the Special Rapporteur' s recommendations.
Similarly, in health care, life expectancy is long, but after the breakup of the Soviet Union, health care resources have declined, reducing health care quality, accessibility, and efficiency.
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 uzbekistan - people of - religion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
See live article   Demographics of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan is Central Asia's most populous country.
Uzbekistan had been one of the poorest republics of...
Just as Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and other countries were named for their historical...
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 Uzbekistan archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Although Uzbekistan has a constitution which outlines a parliamentary system with guarantees for basic human rights and political and economic freedoms, the government of President Islam Karimov has maintained strict control over the country's institutions and population.
As you are well aware of the situation in Uzbekistan and surrounding republics, the freedom of press does NOT exist.
Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Moldova is developing and Ukraine has been implementing a number of contracts, mostly of repairs and modernization of military hardware, with Georgia and Azerbaijan."
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 Uzbekistan - may 1999
Uzbekistan is a newly independent republic with an aspiration to develop into a strong democratic state.
The regulations concerning curriculum policies in Uzbekistan are given in the Laws on Education, the National Program of the Training System, the Decrees of the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan on Educational Standards in the system of Continuous Education, and on the Organization of the General Secondary Education.
Despite government initiatives to reform the education system in Uzbekistan, its structure and organization, as well as curricula and teaching-learning methods, are strongly influenced by a long period of Soviet rule.
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 Uzbekistan at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Uzbekistan is divided into 12 viloyatlar (singular - viloyat), 1 autonomous republic* (respublika), and 1 city** (shahar):
Ancient cities of Uzbekistan were located on the ancient Silk Road, the trading route between China...
Deputy Chair of the Women's Committee of Uzbekistan Gulnara Marufova, Head of the Department of...
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 Demographics of Uzbekistan Uzbek Russian Tatar Sunni Muslim literacy health care Life expectancy Koreans Religion ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
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in the south and east, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the north, and China in the...
Demographics of Afghanistan The population of Afghanistan is divided into a large number of ethnic...
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 KYRGYZSTAN FACTS AND INFORMATION
Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central_Asia, bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
The principal river is the Naryn River, flowing west through the Fergana Valley into Uzbekistan, where it meets another of Kyrgyzstan's major rivers, the Kara_Darya.
There is one exclave, the tiny village of Barak http://home.no.net/enklaver/kyrgyzstan.htm, (population 627) in the Fergana valley region where Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan meet.
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 Demographics of Uzbekistan
Its 24 million people, concentrated in the south and east of the country, are close to half theregion's total population.
Uzbekistan had been one of the poorest republics of the Soviet Union ; much of its population was engaged in cotton farmingin small rural communities.
As of January 1, 1998, 1,123,200 ethnic Koreans lived in Uzbekistan, amounting to4.7% of the total country's population.
www.therfcc.org /demographics-of-uzbekistan-114597.html   (314 words)

  
 Uzbekistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
As Britain's ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, repeatedly spoke out against human rights abuse by the Karimov regime, most famously the case of Muzafar Avazov, believed to have been boiled alive by the Uzbek security forces.
Murray later stated that he felt that he had unwittingly stumbled upon what has been called "torture by proxy" - see also "extraordinary rendition".
Main article: Foreign relations of Uzbekistan Previously close to Washington, the government of Uzkekistan has restricted American military use of the airbase at Karshi-Khanabadwhich is used for air operations in neighboring Afghanistan.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/U/Uzbekistan.htm   (2298 words)

  
 Uzbekistan History Politics Subdivisions Transportation Foreign relations Politics of Uzbekistan Reporters Without ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Uzbekistan History Politics Subdivisions Transportation Foreign relations Politics of Uzbekistan Reporters Without Borders Uzbekistan Economy of Uzbekistan command economy
Uzbekistan is divided into 12 provinces (viloyatlar; singular - viloyat), 1 autonomous republic
Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan (LEEP: Law and Environment Eurasia Partnership) in English International Constitutional Law: Uzbekistan Index...
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 TradePort Country Profiles from World Trade Press
Uzbekistan is a dry, landlocked country, 11 percent of which consists of intensely cultivated, irrigated river valleys.
Uzbekistan has responded to the negative external conditions generated by the Asian and Russian financial crises by emphasizing import substitute industrialization and by tightening export and currency controls within its already largely closed economy.
The driving economic force in Uzbekistan is the nation's thriving services sector.
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 Kyrgyzstan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Landlocked and mountainous, it borders China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
Once a republic of the Soviet Union, Kyrgyzstan has been independent since 1991.
Its leading trade partners include Germany, Russia, China, and neighboring Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.
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 Uzbekistan : Exploring Essential Information, Data and Explanation.
Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Bukhara, Khiva and The Golden Road to Samarkand, Fifth Edition (Odyssey Illustrated Guide) by Calum MacLeod
Uzbekistan: Heirs to the Silk Road by Johannes Kalter
A Historical Atlas of Uzbekistan (Historical Atlases of Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East Series) by Aisha Khan
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 Tajikistan at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
As part of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan was initially grouped with what is now Uzbekistan in the Autonomous SSR, but was later made a separate SSR.
On August 21rd 2001, the Red Cross announced that a famine was striking Tajikistan, and called for international financial aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
The culture of Tajikistan was originally shared with that of Uzbekistan, but during Communist rule, the cultural fabric of the region was disrupted by the Soviet leadership that imposed modern arts on the area.
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 Articles - Tajikistan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
As part of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan was initially grouped with what is now Uzbekistan in the Autonomous SSR of Tajikistan, but in 1929 was made a separate constituent republic.
There are three Tajik exclaves [1], all of them located in the Fergana valley region where Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan meet.
The largest is Vorukh (exclave area between 95 and 130 km², population estimated between 23,000 and 29,000, 95% Tajiks and 5% Kyrgyz, distributed among 17 villages), located 45 km south of Isfara on the right bank of the Karafshin river, in Kyrgyz territory.
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 Open Directory - Regional: Asia: Uzbekistan: Guides and Directories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
UNDP in Uzbekistan - General information about the country, plus focused information about economics, social conditions, environment, health, and U.N. programs related to these areas.
Uzbekistan - A Country Study - Overview of Uzbekistan life, history, and culture by the US Library of Congress.
Uzbekistan History - Resources related to geography, language, demographics, biographies and history of the country.
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 Uzbekistan - OneLook Dictionary Search
Uzbekistan : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Uzbekistan : The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy [home, info]
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