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Novosti Uzbekistana

Novosti Uzbekistana
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Media Biznes LLP
Publisher Media Biznes LLP
Language Russian
Headquarters Tashkent

Novosti Uzbekistana (News of Uzbekistan in English)[1] is a Russian-language newspaper published in Uzbekistan. It is one of the privately owned dailies in the country.

Contents

  • Profile 1
  • Incidents 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Profile

Novosti Uzbekistana is privately owned,[2][3] namely by Media Biznes LLP[1] and is headquartered in Tashkent.[4] In the early 2000s the daily was semi-official, supporting the government of Uzbekistan.[5]

Until 16 April 2013 Bahodyr Yuldashev served as the editor-in-chief of the paper.[1]

Incidents

In June 2012 a Tashkent commercial court charged Novosti Uzbekistana with damaging the image of the political party, Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan, due to an article published in December 2011.[6] The paper was ordered by the court to cover the procedural fees and publish a repudiation of its article about the party.[6]

See also

References

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