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16 June 2016

Le 9 juin 2016, des représentants de l'organisation de défense des droits humains Spravedlivost (Justice), basée à Jalal-Abad, ont été interrogés par des policiers en charge des crimes de terrorisme et d'extrémisme, à propos de l'assistance juridique qu'ils apportent à des citoyens de la rue Lénine à Jalal-Abad. 

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24 November 2017

Russia’s Federal Bailiffs Service accepted the decision of the Basmanny district court to allow Khudoberdi Nurmatov to leave Russia for a third country. The defender left the Russia and arrived in Germany on 15 February 2018.

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8 November 2005

Elena Urlaeva, although released from the psychiatric hospital where she was being detained by a court order, is being forced to continue to take the drug Rispolept that is used to treat schizophrenia.

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12 October 2016

On 9 October 2016, Ms Elena Urlaeva and her colleague Ms Malohat Eshonkulova were forcefully detained and interrogated by Olot District Department of Internal Affairs police officers in the Bukhara region in Uzbekistan. The human rights defenders were detained while monitoring, interviewing and photographing medical workers and pupils coerced to work in cotton fields by the Uzbek district authorities.

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12 May 2008

On 13 May 2008, Uzbek authorities prevented the below-mentioned human rights defenders of the Human Rights Defenders Alliance of Uzbekistan from participating in a commemorative event, to mark the third anniversary of the Andijan massacre: Rasulzhon Tadjibaev, Shurat Ahmadzhonov, Elena Urlaeva and Saidagzam Askarov were arrested. Lyudmila Mingazova, Karima Kamalova, Akramhodzha Muhitidinov, Shadmanbek Fazilov and Tatyana Dovlatova were reportedly forced to stay in their homes by law enforcement officials.

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28 December 2015

On 26 October 2015, human rights defender Mr Dmitry Tikhonov learnt that his office, located in his house, in the city of Angren, was burned down on 20 October, while he was away travelling.

His technical equipment and documentation of human rights abuses in Uzbekistan were destroyed, while all other rooms in the house remained untouched.

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14 June 2019

On 13 June 2019, the journalist Timur Karpov was officially notified that the issuing of his passport was denied due to the request being considered ‘unreasonable’. The journalist has been trying to obtain the passport that would allow him to travel outside of Uzbekistan since 8 April 2019.

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14 April 2009

On 22 April 2009, approximatively at 6.30pm the five-year-old son of Yelena Urlaeva, was assaulted near his apartment building by an unknown young man who hit him with a baton on the head. The child was diagnosed as being concussed. At the children's hospital N14 of Tashkent, where Mukhammad was admitted, doctors refused to note in his medical card that the concussion was the result of an attack.

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30 May 2015

On 31 May 2015, human rights defender Ms Elena Urlaeva was detained by police and subjected to violence after interviewing and photographing teachers and medical staff forced by Uzbek district authorities to work in cotton fields.

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23 September 2015

On 19 and 20 September 2015, human rights defenders Ms Elena Urlaeva and Mr Dmitry Tikhonov were arrested by police due to their documentation of the government’s widespread use of forced labour during this year’s cotton harvest.

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25 October 2017

On 16 October 2017, Ganihon Mamathanov was released from Zhaslyk Prison Colony in Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan. He was arrested in October 2009 on trumped-up charges of fraud and bribery and on 25 November 2009 he was sentenced to 5 years and 2 months in prison. Shortly before his detention, Ganihon Mamathanov had sent an open letter addressed to the President of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, in which he criticised a governmental decree promoting the enlargement of private farms.

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17 December 2015

On 11 January 2016, the court of Djizak city released human rights defender Uktam Pardayev under amnesty, after a decision taken by the Upper Chamber of Parliament earlier in December.

On 16 November 2015, the premises of human rights defender Uktam Pardayev were searched, his documents and electronic equipment were seized and he was arrested. He was arrested and he was later charged with insult, fraud and extortion following an accusation by a third party.

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3 January 2016

Uzbek human rights defender, Mr Shukhrat Rustamov, is at risk of being forcibly placed in a psychiatric clinic, following the finding of Shajhantahurskij Regional Court of Common Pleas in Tashkent that he is 'mentally incompetent'.

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