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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of eastern Uzbekistan east of Tashkent. It has textile and food-processing industries. Population: 432,000.

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  • IMU co-founder Jumaboi Khojiev, who took the nom de guerre Juma Namangani after his hometown of Namangan, was reportedly killed in northern Afghanistan during the U.S. ouster of the Taliban regime after the Sept. 11 attacks.

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  • It is a good program and they are interested in expanding into other regions, specifically in Nukus, Namangan and Jizzak.

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  • The IMU was hosted by the Taliban and by early 2001, Namangan, a former Soviet paratrooper, led a unit of non-Afghan volunteers that fought alongside al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

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  • Namangan died, along with a considerable number of IMU fighters in the fighting soon after the U.S. invasion.

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  • The documentary, posted Monday on Ferghana. ru's Web site, reported that 12 doctors and nurses in the eastern city of Namangan were convicted of treating the children with contaminated medical equipment.

    News Channel 9: Local News

  • The refugees have been accommodated in hundreds of camps in Uzbekistan's Andizhan, Namangan and Fergana regions.

    RIA Novosti

  • The documentary posted on Ferghana. ru reported that 12 doctors and nurses at two hospitals in the eastern city of Namangan were convicted of treating the children with contaminated medical equipment. 


    The Moscow Times

  • Ferghana. ru first reported the HIV outbreak in Namangan in October 2007, but at the time officials denied that it had occurred.

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  • At least 14 children have died, out of 147 who were infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, in the eastern city of Namangan in 2007-8, regional prosecutor Bakhtier Shodmonov said in a documentary posted on the news portal Ferghana. ru.

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  • The documentary posted on Ferghana. ru reported that 12 doctors and nurses at two hospitals in the eastern city of Namangan were convicted of treating the children with contaminated medical equipment.

    FOXNews.com

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