Andizhan


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Andizhan

(Russian andiˈʒan)
n
(Placename) a city in E Uzbekistan. Pop: 413 000 (2005 est)

An•di•zhan

(ˌɑn dɪˈʒɑn)

n.
a city in E Uzbekistan. 288,000.
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Parents and children of convicts had to travel a long distance from Ferghana, Andizhan, Surhandarya regions spending their time and money," Interior Minister Pulat Bobozhonov said earlier.
Babar captured Samarkand but lost Andizhan, then lost Samarkand, then recaptured it, and then lost it again, and his sisters with it.
It was an attack carried out by a big group of extremist Andizhan military garrison.
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Patients lived in several regions of Uzbekistan: in Tashkent city and Tashkent region, Khorezm, Andizhan, Namangan, Samarkand, Bukhara, and Kashkadarya regions.
Karimov's first visit came five years after a brutal police crackdown on a protest in the city of Andizhan, in 2005, and coincided with the publication of a Human Rights Watch annual World report', in which the EU came under fire for only paying lip-service to defending human rights in its dealings with third countries.
official for Central Asia, landed in the Uzbek border city of Andizhan early on Friday to meet refugees and inspect camps.
Robert Blake, the senior US official for Central Asia, landed in the Uzbek border city of Andizhan early on Friday to meet refugees and inspect camps.
In Uzbekistan, an opposition leader claimed 745 people were killed by government forces during a rebellion in the town of Andizhan. But the country's prosecutor general, Rashid Kadyrov, said only 169 people died, including 32 government troops.