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Turkish businessman files torture case against Uzbekistan
Central Asia | society | 13:40, 02 May 2012 | 736

AKIPRESS.COM - A Turkish businessman has begun legal action against the authorities in Uzbekistan, who he says tortured him and stole his assets in the country...

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