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Keyword: Andijan Massacre

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No prospect of justice for the victims of the Andijan massacre

M.S. Ahmed

Jumada' al-Ula' 05, 14272006-06-01

The first anniversary of the massacre of unarmed civilian protestors in the eastern city of Andijan by security forces acting on Uzbek government orders on May 13, 2005, has also attracted worldwide attention, mainly because the basic issues raised by the tragedy have so far not been addressed.


Andijan massacre prompted by Uzbekistan government’s fear of Islam movements

Nasr Salem

Rabi' al-Thani 24, 14262005-06-01

For those familiar with the ruthless brutality of Uzbek president Islam Karimov, the massacre of hundreds of civilians in the eastern city of Andijan on May 13 was no surprise. With a gruesome track-record that includes methods of torture such as boiling prisoners and the removal of body parts, ordering troops to gun down demonstrators and fleeing civilians is something the Uzbek dictator could conceivably do with glee.

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