The 2014 Judo Grand Prix in Tashkent, Uzbekistan got underway on Thursday.
The first final of the day went all the way to a golden score added
The ancient and spectacular Uzbek city of Samarkand provided a fitting venue for the 99th Executive Council session of the UN World Tourism
The former Soviet republic of Uzbekistan suspended its mobile internet network on Friday as well as blocking text and multi-media messages for the
Behind the defensive wall of Khiva, you can easily lose all sense of reality, the magical past seems so close. At 2,500 years old Khiva is one of the
Bukhara is the destination of this edition of Uzbek Life. Euronews’ intrepid adventurer Galina Polonskaya took a camel ride around some of the
Samarkand is the same age as Ancient Rome, and has been destroyed several times. The city has witnessed the invading forces of Alexander the Great
Uzbekistan starlet Soyib Kurbanov beat his compatriot in a pulsating home contest at the Judo Grand Prix.
Unseeded Kurbanov triumphed over
Day two of the Judo Grand Prix in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and a big day for the Brazilian women.
In the women’s -57kg category Brazil’s Ketleyn
Day one of the inaugural Judo Grand Prix of Tashkent in Uzbekistan featured five weight classes.
In the -48kg class for women Kazakstan’s Alexandra
With buyers literally fighting to get into showrooms and order its cars, General Motors in Uzbekistan is launching a new model.
According to the International Monetary Fund Uzbekistan has coped well with the financial crisis, maintaining a budget surplus and low public debt
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of two blasts at a petrol station near the international airport of the Uzbek capital
Euronews travelled to ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, to speak to representatives from countries worldwide and get a first-hand
Reports in Uzbekistan say 12 medical staff have been jailed for negligence after 150 children were infected with HIV.
The Ferghana news website
The people of Uzbekistan have been voting in parliamentary elections described by their president as ‘a test of democracy’. But, with all four