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In Uzbekistan, Families Caught In a Nightmare (washingtonpost.com)

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    washingtonpost.com - KARA-SUU, Uzbekistan, May 17 -- The Uzbek troops were shooting again, this time from rooftops, and Zukra Karimova's 58-year-old father fell to the ground as he ran, a dark bloodstain spreading along his thigh. "Go on without me or you'll be killed, too!" he shouted as she bent down to help him, she recalled.

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