Uzbekistan: 10 Years Later, Andijan Silent on Massacre

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Patrons have lunch at a cafeteria in the older part of Andijan.

Andijan is a town on the move. People don’t linger; everybody has things to do, places to go, right through the late evening. On the surface, it’s booming – it certainly has more of a business-like feel to it than does Tashkent, Uzbekistan’s sleepy capital.

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Timur Karpov is a freelance photojournalist based in Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan: 10 Years Later, Andijan Silent on Massacre

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