Dubai: Four women were cleared of assaulting a tourist in a flat, stripping and filming him naked before robbing him of his money, a court heard on Monday. The Uzbek tourist is said to have found a business card from a massage service, following which he contacted the advertised number via WhatsApp. The incident occurred in June last year. According to records, the tourist was ushered into the flat by five Nigerian women, who he initially thought were masseuses.
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Freemuse defends the right to artistic freedom worldwide. We advocate and take action to free artists, change repressive laws and fight censorship. The Uzbekistan government tightens its control over the arts, prohibiting anything that is believed to threaten national values — including films which have been banned, and musicians who have their performing licenses withdrawn. Censorship was a key instrument for controlling the masses during Soviet times. The performance stoked an uproar from conservatives, with a number of websites and newpapers publishing columns criticizing the performance as promoting same-sex sexual relationships. Lola Yuldasheva before and after the ban.
Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. Download the full report in English. In late January, the Uzbek government also announced the resignation and replacement of year old Rustam Inoyatov, whose year tenure as chief of the National Security Service SNB was marked by repeated allegations of SNB officials inflicting torture and other forms of ill-treatment on detainees and prisoners. These modest positive steps have long been issues human rights organizations inside and outside the country, along with various international actors, have advanced in a robust and public fashion for many years.
An Uzbek blogger says she was beaten, threatened, and sexually harassed by police officers after she refused to give false evidence against opposition figures while in custody. Olloshukurova, who is known for her live reports on Facebook, made the comments on January 20 after she left Uzbekistan, fearing authorities would forcibly place her back in a psychiatric institution. An English-language teacher by profession, Olloshukurova, 32, began blogging last year -- with the pen name Shabnam -- using Facebook as her main platform.