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Underdogs hoping for fast start as Asia’s road to 2022 World...

Uzbekistan is among those hoping to mount a maiden challenge for one of the four guaranteed berths at the finals in Qatar.

Muslims seek voice in changing Uzbekistan

Uzbek Muslim student has been discriminated because of her religion and expelled from a university in the capital Tashkent.

Cannavaro in no hurry to decide as China crisis deepens

The next World Cup in Qatar will mark the 20th anniversary of China's only appearance at the finals, and they're suffering from a lack of confidence and clarity.

Ryan the hero as Australia beat Uzbekistan in shootout

Australia will next face United Arab Emirates.

Uzbekistan pulls out the stops for fine winemaking

Uzbekistan produces around 20 million litres of wine a year, compared to France's more than four billion litres.

Uzbekistan bincang eksport uranium ke India

Uzbekistan adalah pengeksport utama uranium manakala permintaan India dijangka meningkat kerana membina lebih banyak loji nuklear baru.

India’s Amit stuns Olympic champion, Uzbeks lords of Asian ring

Although Amit Panghal of India won an upset victory over Hasanboy Dusantov of Uzbekistan, it was not enough to stop Uzbekistan from leaving the Asian Games with the most boxing gold medals.

South Korea’s extra-time win keeps alive Son’s gold medal hopes

After Hwang Ui-jo completed his hat-trick, Hwang Hee-chan secured the win in the dying minutes of extra time.

Asiad hosts Indonesia take first-ever rowing gold

Victory in the lightweight men's eight was the country's ninth gold medal in the regional Olympics, bringing it only two short of its record set in 1962, the last time the nation hosted the event.

Uzbekistan-born US citizen fined US$67 over Islamist activity in late 1990s

A court in Uzbekistan found Zokir Aliyev guilty of links to militant Islam and calling for the government’s overthrow.

Russia ring-fenced as old empire’s currencies thrive

After the toll taken by sanctions and tightening US monetary policy, the ruble is now down almost 9% against the dollar in 2018, more than double the loss of any other currency in the group.

Uzbekistan invites Afghan government, Taliban for peace talks

The Taliban announced a surprise three-day ceasefire from last Friday, except against foreign forces. That overlapped with an Afghan government ceasefire announced to run until Wednesday.

Anything you want except LGBT+ rights, Uzbekistan tells UN

Uzbekistan remains staunchly opposed to decriminalising homosexual activity.

Tajikistan, Uzbekistan to demine border

The border had been mined in 2000 to deter potential incursions by Islamist forces.

Uzbekistani media freedom improved, but repression still prevalent, HRW says

Despite improvement in some areas, freedom of the media and press is still rather limited in Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan seeks increased role in Afghan peace process

Uzbekistan wants to establish itself as a venue for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban.

52 people killed in Kazakhstan bus fire

All the casualties were citizens of Uzbekistan.

Istanbul massacre gunman refuses to testify as trial opens

Abdulkadir Masharipov had previously confessed to killing 39 people in the January attack.

17 Uzbekistan women rescued from sex slavery

Without divulging the age of the 17 victims, IGP Khalid Abu Bakar confirms incident via a tweet, praising his anti-human trafficking team.