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Mirziyoyev's comments on the country's heir to the Soviet KGB, the National Security Service, piqued the interest of regional observers. The head of the NSS, Rustam Inoyatov, “listened to the address in a hunched pose” according to Eurasianet. Inoyatov was long pegged as a possible successor to Karimov ...
Addressing a meeting of the Upper and Lower Chambers of Uzbekistan's parliament, the country's President Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced the need to reform the National Security Service. The meeting was broadcast live on the “Uzbekistan 24” TV channel and lasted for four hours. “Currently, the ...

The Citizen Lab researchers tracked Cyberbit servers and found IP addresses associated with The Royal Thai Army, Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Zambia's Financial Intelligence, and the Philippines President's Malacanang Palace. The findings highlight the relative ease with which authoritarian ...
Citizen Lab published a list of other potential Cyberbit clients, which includes the Royal Thai Army, Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Zambia's Financial Intelligence Centre, and at the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's palace. In November, Israeli Lawmaker Tamar Zandberg criticized Israel's ...
Uzbekistan still searches homes and fines people for meeting and having religious literature, claiming in one case to look for a gun. After one ... This punishment (his second since August 2015) followed an ordinary police and National Security Service (NSS) secret police raid on his home in May 2016 (see ...
The public logfiles on these servers seem to have tracked Cyberbit employees as they carried infected laptops around the world, apparently providing demonstrations of PSS to the Royal Thai Army, Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Zambia's Financial Intelligence Centre, the Philippine President's ...

If frictions between Mirziyoyev and Inoyatov's security services continue to grow, the Uzbek president risks his reform efforts being undone. Recent unconfirmed reports that members of the National Security Service were planning to assassinate Mirziyoyev are likely overblown but still indicate a substantial ...
A journalist with Novaya Gazeta who works closely with Nurmatov told Human Rights Watch that Nurmatov fled Uzbekistan in 2008, after Uzbekistan's ... Nurmatov's Novaya Gazeta colleague said that Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB) detained, interrogated, and severely beat Nurmatov in ...
"The public logfiles on these servers seem to have tracked Cyberbit employees as they carried infected laptops around the world, apparently providing demonstrations of PSS to the Royal Thai Army, Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Zambia's Financial Intelligence Centre, the Philippine President's ...
The public logfiles on these servers seem to have tracked Cyberbit employees as they carried infected laptops around the world, apparently providing demonstrations of PSS to the Royal Thai Army, Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Zambia's Financial Intelligence Centre, the Philippine President's ...
In addition, the ties between President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and the oligarch, Alisher Usmanov, who was born in Uzbekistan, could help the president solidify his power in his struggle against the Uzbek National Security Service (SNB) and its chief, Rustam Inoyatov. Mirziyoyev and Usmanov share business, security, political ...
“Nasreddinov is being held in a National Security Service holding cell on Gvardeisky street,” Volosevich wrote on his website. Not much is known about Nasreddinov. In the 2000s, he worked for a while in the Tashkent branch of Iranian-owned Bank Saderat. Latterly, he has been employed as a teacher.
Melikishvili cites the example of Uzbek National Security Service (SNB) chief Rustam Inoyatov as a possible brake on reforms. “Although Mirziyoev has taken some steps to weaken Inoyatov, such as returning control over interior troops from the Committee of National Security to the Interior Ministry, ...
Abdullaev faces criminal charges of "attacking the constitutional order" of Uzbekistan and is in the custody of Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB), according to the independent regional news agency Fergana. Fergana reported on October 3 that Abdullaev faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
Prominent Tashkent-based lawyer Munojat Parpieva told RFE/RL on September 30 that Abdullaev was being held in a National Security Service (MXX) detention center. Parpieva added that MXX did not allow her to see Abdullaev. According to the Association of Human Rights in Central Asia, Abdullaev's ...
A journalist with Novaya Gazeta who works closely with Nurmatov told Human Rights Watch that Nurmatov fled Uzbekistan in 2008, after Uzbekistan's ... Nurmatov's Novaya Gazeta colleague said that Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB) detained, interrogated, and severely beat Nurmatov in ...
On 6 January 2017, the Uzbek Service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) claimed that the First Deputy Chairman of the National Security Service (NSS), Lieutenant-General Shukhrat Gulyamov had been demoted to the NSS regional directorate for the Surkhandarya province. Gulyamov has ...

... criminal charges of "attacking the constitutional order" of Uzbekistan and is in the custody of Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB), ...
ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Exiled Uzbek opposition leader Muhammad ... was being held in a National Security Service (MXX) detention center.
Police in the capital of Uzbekistan have confirmed the arrest of an ... with the implicit support of the National Security Service, the successor to ...
Now a year into power, Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev will seek to ... of the country's powerful National Security Service, Rustam Inoyatov, ...
Uzbek President Flies Oligarch Airways To UN General Assembly ... head of Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB), Rustam Inoyatov.
Members of the Iraqi National Security Service take a suspected Isil ... where Uzbek construction workers introduced him to the religion.
The National Security Service (NSS) secret police has informers and agents among students, and students have told Forum 18 that the NSS ...
Uzbekistan: President Heads Up Security Bodies With Loyalists ... His presumed antagonists in the National Security Service, meanwhile, will ...
Back in early February, police in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, detained 20 ... noteworthy on the surface, the National Security Service – or SNB in its ...
The prime of Uzbekistan, Abdulla Aripov, on the left, meeting with his ... the deputy head of the National Security Service in charge of border ...
Nurmatov was allegedly tortured by Uzbekistan's National Security Service and coerced into working as an informant before fleeing the country ...
Uzbek journalist at risk of deportation allegedly tortured in Russia ... The Uzbek National Security Service did not respond to CPJ's phone calls ...
Nurmatov's Novaya Gazeta colleague said that Uzbekistan's National Security Service (SNB) detained, interrogated, and severely beat ...
(Photo: Academy of the Uzbek Ministry of Internal Affairs) ... abusive practices of the police and agents of the National Security Service, or SNB ...
On 6 January 2017, the Uzbek Service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty ... the First Deputy Chairman of the National Security Service (NSS), ...
A France-based rights group has urged Uzbek authorities to release ... was being held in a National Security Service (MXX) detention center.
Those individuals are generally assumed to be top-level figures in or close to the National Security Service - a successor body to the KGB that has ballooned in proportion since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Reuters cited sources in the diplomatic and business community as saying that Mirziyoyev is indeed locked in a battle of wills against the aging head of the National Security Service, Rustam Inoyatov. "Mirziyoyev is trying to show the West that he is a ...
... Interior Ministry, the Religious Affairs Committee, the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Uzbekistan, the Health Ministry and members of state-aligned civil society groups.
In August 2016 police and National Security Service (NSS) secret police arrested four men riding in a taxi in Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent. They then confiscated copies of a religious book which the Religious Affairs Committee had in writing stated ...
A stack of Uzbek newspapers. Censorship is in theory proscribed by law in Uzbekistan. In reality, those few reporters that have been foolhardy enough to flout the rule on self-censorship have been subjected to intimidation and harassment.
Due to the large-scale investigative activities undertaken by Armenia's National Security Service (NSS) cases of providing diplomas formed on the basis of false grounds by different private universities of Armenia have been uncovered, the NSS informed ...
False diplomas have also been issued to foreign citizens - Iranian, American, Georgian, Russian, Uzbek, and Israeli, resulting in the risks of new illicit actions and risks.
On 6 January 2017, the Uzbek Service of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) claimed that the First Deputy Chairman of the National Security Service (NSS), Lieutenant-General Shukhrat Gulyamov had been demoted to the NSS regional directorate ...
A spokesman for Kyrgyzstan's National Security Service told RFE/RL on January 3 that Iakhe Mashrapov is now in Kyrgyzstan and had been questioned by both the Kyrgyz and Turkish authorities.
... Uzbekistan's political climate, a similar procession of events is highly possible, as the coming transfer of power will likely lead to "increased government repression and total intolerance for any form of civil protests".
Courts have imprisoned two more foreign citizens - for five years and three years - for having Islamic sermons on their mobiles as they entered Uzbekistan. One was tortured. Three Tashkent Muslims were given suspended prison sentences, after the father ...
... Uzbek deputy Prime Minister Adham Ikramov and also comprised the heads of the Andijan, Namangan and Ferghana regions, representatives of several government agencies, including the National Security Service, and members of the Kyrgyz diaspora.
Uzbekistan's motivation for maintaining a propiska system in Tashkent is rooted in part in a government desire to discourage people from leaving the provinces to seek work in a city that is already crowded.
The General Prosecutor's Office of Uzbekistan together with the country's Supreme Court, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Interior and the National Security Service have been instructed to develop a draft law "On combating corruption" in two ...
Police and National Security Service (NSS) secret police on 2 August arrested four men riding in a taxi in Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent. They then confiscated copies of a religious book, "The Great Controversy", which the Religious Affairs Committee ...
Police and National Security Service (NSS) secret police officers often seize such literature when they raid individuals' homes.
The head of Uzbekistan's National Security Service, Rustam Inoyatov, is considered a 'hard-liner'. The country will need a hard-liner who will continue the Karimov legacy if it is to survive the coming years.


 

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