The Andijan massacre one year ago in Uzbekistan isn't really interpreted as such by the state media.
An excerpt from the BBC story:
On the first anniversary of the killings in the eastern Uzbek city of Andijan, the Uzbek broadcast media chose not to devote a great deal of airtime to the events.
Uzbek TV's main news programme in Russian mentioned Andijan about halfway through the bulletin, with a report that focused on the reconstruction of the city, praising government efforts to boost the local economy.
Uzbek radio earlier carried an interview with an official from Andijan, who accused religious and extremist groups of instigating the events.
He also condemned the West for what he said was an attempt to “export democracy” into Uzbekistan.
And Fergana Radio, a station covering the east of the country, dismissed the events of 13 May 2005 as an attempt by “a group of criminals” to overthrow the Uzbek government.
“This bloodshed organised by rebel groups could not subdue the willpower of our independent country's people,” the radio said.