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Uzbekistan gives US its marching orders

October 3, 2018
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Amid growing friction, US forces are told they can no longer use anUzbek airbase. – (The Age — 1 August, 2005)
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Uzbekistan has asked the US to withdraw its forces from a key airbase used to back troops fighting in Afghanistan amid a widereffort by China and Russia to restore their undisputed dominationof Central Asia. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 August, 2005)
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Uzbekistan gives the US six months to move out of an air base used as a staging post for Afghan operations. (BBC News — 1 August, 2005)
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A top US diplomat cancels a visit to Uzbekistan after it decides to evict the US from a key air base. (BBC News — 1 August, 2005)
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The Central Asian nation of Uzbekistan has ended its agreement allowing U.S. military aircraft and personnel to use an air base that has been an important hub for American military operations in Afghanistan, administration officials said Saturday. (CNN — 31 July, 2005)
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In an unusual move, Uzbekistan yesterday formally evicted the United States from a military base that served as a hub for missions to Afghanistan after the September 11, 2001, attacks, Pentagon and State Department officials said. (Aljazeera — 42 minutes ago)
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Uzbekistan formally evicted the United States yesterday from a military base that has served as a hub for combat and humanitarian missions to Afghanistan since shortly after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Pentagon and State Department officials said yesterday. (Washington Post — 31 July, 2005)
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The United States may withhold millions of dollars in aid for Uzbekistan after it evicted the US from its military base there The eviction from Karshi-Khanabad known as K2 comes amid rising tens (ABC News — 1 August, 2005)
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DUSHANBE, Tajikistan, July 26 — Two Central Asian countries pledged Tuesday to allow the United States to keep flight operations in their countries that are crucial to the ongoing U.S. military effort in Afghanistan. (Washington Post — 39 minutes ago)
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ASTANA, Kazakhstan, July 5 — A regional alliance led by China and Russia called Tuesday for the United States and its coalition partners in Afghanistan to set a date for withdrawing from several Central Asian nations, reflecting a growing unease over the U.S. military presence in the region. (Washington Post — 37 minutes ago)
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The Bush administration is preparing to issue a last-ditch warning to Uzbekistan through senior U.S. officials, possibly even President Bush, that Tashkent must allow an international inquiry into the bloodiest unrest since that former Soviet republic gained independence — or face the danger of… (Washington Post — 38 minutes ago)
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Confronted by new restrictions on the use of a critical air base in Uzbekistan, the U.S. military has shifted key operations out of the Central Asian republic, repositioning search-and-rescue planes in Afghanistan and routing heavy cargo flights through neighboring Kyrgyzstan, U.S. officials said… (Washington Post — 36 minutes ago)
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MOSCOW, June 23 — Kyrgyzstan’s top prosecutor said Thursday that his country intended to quickly send home 29 Uzbek refugees who fled a violent crackdown by government troops in the Uzbek city of Andijan last month. U.N. officials and human rights groups have condemned any such move, saying the… (Washington Post — 37 minutes ago)
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