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News and Mass Media
Voice of America Uzbek service.
News, society, politics, economics. Russian.
Radio Liberty Uzbek service.
Politics, society, economics. The GRC maintains print editions in Gelman 708. Russian.
News, society, culture, economics. Video and audio available. Russian, English, Uzbek. Content varies by language.
News, society. Russian, Uzbek.
Daily news, society, culture, weather. Russian.
News, society, culture. English, Russian, Uzbek.
News, finance, business, society. Russian or English.
Politics, economics, news, society. Russian, English, Uzbek.
News, Russian, English, Uzbek. Most content available only in Russian.
24 hour news service. Society, politics, economics. Video interviews. Russian, English, Uzbek. Content varies by language.
LEX UZ Online
National database of legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan (LexUz) - a free legal information system, which allows access to legal and other acts of legislation in electronic form. The system is supported by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The Andijan Massacre
BBC trailer for "Through The Looking Glass: The Andijan Massacre," about the Andijan massacre in 2005. Content is also available on the Wayback Machine.
Uzbek Oʻzbek tili
The official language of the Republic of Uzbekistan is Uzbek or O'zbek. Uzbek is a Turkish language. Russian also plays a significant role in the country, and several other languages are also spoken. For information on langauge programs for the region, see language help.
Uzbek textbooks and dicitonaires are available at Gelman library through the consortium. While language help is available on Google translate, please note it is limited in its translation capabilites from Uzbek-English and English-Uzbek.
A large number of sources are available in Russian through Gelman, the consortium, and Gelman online. For historical documents in Russian, you may also search the REECE databases at Gelman.