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What we know about protests in Uzbekistan’s Karakalpakstan region

Summary by Ground News
Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev announced that the status of the Republic of Karakalpakstan would remain unchanged. The announcement came after protests escalated over the weekend in and around the capital, Nukus. The protests followed the release of a draft constitutional referendum that would have extended presidential terms and revoked the republic's autonomy. KarakAlpakstan has a population of just under 2 million or a little over 5% of Uzbekistan's more than 36 million people.
1 month ago·Uzbekistan

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What we know about protests in Uzbekistan’s Karakalpakstan region

Calls for independent investigation grow as officials report 18 killed and 243 wounded in unrest in autonomous region.

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Deutsche Welle

Republic of Karakalpakstan retains autonomy in Uzbekistan

Mass protests erupted in response to a proposed change to Uzbekistan's constitution that would have revoked the self-determination of the Republic of Karakalpakstan. DW takes a closer look at the history of the region.

1 month ago·Germany
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Uzbekistan: 18 Killed, 246 Injured in Protests

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1 month ago·Turkey
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