Khamza

Khamza

 

(until 1963, the settlement of Vannovskii, from 1963 to 1974, the settlement of Khamza Khakimzade), a city in Altyaryk Raion, Fergana Oblast, Uzbek SSR. Khamza has a railroad station (Altyaryk) on the Kokand-Andizhan line. Industry includes the Altyaryk Fuel Plant and a workshop for the production of wadding. Khamza was named in honor of the Uzbek play wright and poet Khamza Khakimzade Niiazi.

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The Algeria-born field commander Abu Khamza was killed in Hamam al-Alil area, which was taken under control of the government forces on Sunday, TASS reported.
Meanwhile, elders and maliks of grand Jirga of Khamza Khel tribe pledged on Friday that they would support government while restoring peace and certainty in the area.
An incident occurred this week on the Tashkent's highway between the metro stations of Khamza and Milliy Bog.
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