Uzbekistan: Uzbek Nobel nominees get cold shoulder
Source:Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Though traditionally tolerant of women’s groups, the Karimov regime has been cracking down since the violence in Andijan in May. Women’s NGOs have been closed and pressure increased on activists.
Submitted on Wed, 09/28/2005 - 23:00
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