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Comments: It is Still a Long Way to Peace - 11 February, 2003 - News

In Central Asia, there is still the threat of Islamic extremists’ attack In the city of Batken, South Kirghizia a trial of one of the leaders of the terrorist organization Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IDU) has been completed. Spite the title, the question is about an interregional organization, whose aim is to create so-called Fergana Khalifat in former Soviet republics of Central Asia. The defendant Sheraly Akbotoev, who originates from Batken Region, was spokesman for the IDU leader, Jumya Namangani.

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