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More than 2,000 religious prisoners languish in Uzbekistan, U.S. agency reports

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The government of Uzbekistan continues to jail “over 2,000 peaceful religious believers — more than the entire population of religious prisoners in all the former Soviet states combined and one of the largest in the world,” the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) reported Wednesday.

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