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  1. Uzbek president receives Turkish deputy PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Trend

    Uzbekistan's President Shavkat Mirziyoyev received Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Yildirim Tugrul Turkesh, who arrived in Tashkent to attend the meeting of the Uzbek-Turkish intergovernmental commission for trade and economic cooperation, the Uzbek national news agency reported. During the meeting, special attention was paid to the expansion of practical cooperation with Turkish companies and joint implementation of projects to create high-tech industries in Uzbekistan in the textile, leather, chemical and pharmaceutical spheres, construction materials industry, and in the processing of agricultural products.

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  2. Azerbaijan joins children's charity festival in UzbekistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | Today.Az

    The event was organized at the initiative of the Azerbaijani Embassy in Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan Cultural Centre named after Heydar Aliyev, subordinated to the embassy, according to Report.az. The event was devoted to May 28 - the Republic Day of Azerbaijan and the embassy became an official sponsor of the festival.

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  3. Brad Pitt Film War Machine Filmed in Streets of Abu DhabiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 24 | Al Bawaba

    Brad Pitt's latest movie, War Machine , filmed for 22 days in Abu Dhabi at the end of 2015, and will arrive on Netflix on May 26. Exclusive images have been circulated by twofour54, the UAE-based organisation that facilitated the local shoot. War Machine is a satirical comedy primarily based on the bestselling book The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America's War in Afghanistan , written by the late journalist Michael Hastings.

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  4. Former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac gets his first taste of Thai Catch-22Read the original story

    Tuesday May 23 | GhanaSoccerNet.com

    Milovan Rajevac seems to have landed in trouble from the very onset of his reign as coach of the Thai national team. His first match in charge of the War Elephants will be a friendly in Uzbekistan on June 13 in Bangkok.

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  5. Travelers find absolute bargains whilst trekking in IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | Tehran Times

    Iran is extraordinarily easy on the wallet since travel costs including the ones for food, accommodation and transportation are fairly low. Foreign travelers are able to find amazing bargains while trekking in Iran with some travel sources put daily travel expenses and the ones for 24-day trip at $25 and about $600 respectively.

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  6. Rajevac gets his first taste of Thai Catch-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 20 | Bangkok Post

    Milovan Rajevac seems to have landed in trouble from the very onset of his reign as coach of the Thai national team. His first match in charge of the War Elephants will be a friendly in Uzbekistan on June 6 before a World Cup qualifier against the United Arab Emirates on June 13 in Bangkok.

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  7. Delhi rolls Kabul diceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, May 19: India has opened talks with Afghan warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, a long-time enemy of New Delhi and a close ally of Pakistan, marking a dramatic break in its policy towards Kabul amid hectic jostling over the future of that country. India's ambassador in Kabul Manpreet Vohra met the 69-year old Hekmatyar on Thursday, two weeks after the man once dubbed the "butcher of Kabul" returned to the Afghan capital under a deal with President Ashraf Ghani.

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  8. TRAVEL: Uzbekistan: Where religious tolerance prevailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | Washington Times

    Our media are inundated with stories of strife, especially from the arch of instability which reaches from the Atlas Mountains to Afghanistan. However, there are some areas where one can experience moderate and tolerant Islam, which lived for centuries in peace with Christians and Jews.

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  9. Column: From Florida to Afghanistan and beyond, American diplomats like me have your backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | St. Petersburg Times

    Leave a copy of your itinerary, passport and other documents with a trusted family member or friend and have medical and evacuation insurance in case of an emergency abroad. Living in Afghanistan without family is rough, and often I find myself thinking about my next trip home to Florida.

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  10. Marines are back in Afghanistan's most violent province; their mission could expandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | Stars and Stripes

    A Marine Corps task force newly deployed to Afghanistan's most violent province could need additional troops or other resources, depending on what policy decisions that Washington and Kabul make for Afghanistan, said the top officer in the task force. Brig.

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  11. Marines are back in Afghanistana s most violent province, and their mission could expandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 15 | The Washington Post

    U.S. troops with the Marine-led Task Force Southwest stand with at attention with the Afghan army's 215th Corps at Camp Shorab, Afghanistan, on April 29. A Marine Corps task force newly deployed to Afghanistan's most violent province could need additional troops or other resources, depending on what policy decisions that Washington and Kabul make for Afghanistan, said the top officer in the task force. Brig.

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  12. Talks aim to jump-start China miner's stalled Afghanistan copper projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | NEWS.com.au

    Providing impetus for China Metallurgical Group to start developing the copper mine a decade after US$3 billion deal was signed would benefit both sides, says Afghan ambassador to China Efforts are being made to resolve a stalled copper mining deal between China and Afghanistan, a decade after the US$3 billion contract was signed, according to Afghanistan's top envoy to China. However, it is still too early to abandon hope that state-owned China Metallurgical Group Corp will fully implement the agreement calling for development of the copper mine south of Kabul, because the completed project would be a win-win for both sides, Janan Mosazai told the Post in an exclusive interview in Beijing.

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  13. Role-playing-games in 200 words or lessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | MetaFilter

    This is the 3rd year of the 200 word RPG Challenge. Here's the winners from 2017 and beyond.

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  14. Uzbekistan: President in Pursuit of Big Deals in China During 5-Day VisitRead the original story

    Thursday May 11 | EurasiaNet

    The president of Uzbekistan's travel itinerary has served as a useful shortcut guide to his emerging foreign policy priorities, so his visit to China now is offering yet more clues about where he sees the country heading. Shavkat Mirziyoyev will be in China for a full five days, spending May 11-13 on a state visit and the remaining time attending an international conference in Beijing devoted to the Chinese-led One Belt One Road infrastructure and trade initiative.

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  15. 'Vikas didn't want to aggravate shoulder injury'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 10 | The Indian Express

    In Vikas Krishan, the Indian contingent at the Asian Amateur Boxing Championships held its best chance of winning a gold medal. After all, the 25-year-old pugilist was top seeded in his 75 kg middleweight category.

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  16. The Butcher of Kabul and IRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 7 | Rediff.com

    'Gulbuddin is reputed to have harboured a visceral hatred toward India. But I still keep wondering.'

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  17. Refugee youth, San Jose teens find unity in soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 6 | San Jose Mercury News

    Afghan refugee, Naeim Akrami, 19, of Hayward, advances the ball as teens from Archbishop Mitty High School host a friendly-yet-competitive match with local refugee youth at the school in San Jose, Calif., Saturday, May 6, 2017. The refugees have been resettled in the Bay Area and the soccer game was a way to show support for the world's refugees.

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  18. 11:23 Uzbekistan plans to issue free-visa policy for IndonesiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | AkiPress

    Uzbekistan's Tourism Development State Committee chairman Anvar Sharapov visited Indonesia and met with Tourism Minister Arief Yahya as part of a state visit to Southeast Asian countries, reports Jakarta Post. During a meeting at the Sapta Pesona Building in Jakarta, Kurbanovich discuss cooperation in the tourist sector between the two countries, including Uzbekistan's plans to launch a free-visa policy for Indonesians who wish to visit the Central Asian nation.

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  19. Hopes high as Rajevac arrivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | Bangkok Post

    New coach Milovan Rajevac, who is expected to herald a new era of football development in the country, touched down in Thailand yesterday morning. The 63-year-old Serb, who was named as the new Thailand coach last week, arrived with his team, including assistant coach Zoran Jankovic and goalkeeping coach Sasa Todic.

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  20. 14:09 Uzbekistan plans to issue free-visa policy for IndonesiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 4 | AkiPress

    Uzbekistan plans to launch a visa-free policy for Indonesians, who wish to visit the country, reports The Jakarta Post . The issue was discussed between Uzbekistan's Tourism Development State Committee chairman Sharapov Anvar Kurbanovich and Tourism Minister Arief Yahya as part of a state visit to Southeast Asian countries on May 2 in Indonesia.

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