An opposition leader in Uzbekistan has been jailed for 10 years for economic crimes, a Tashkent court has said.
Nadira Khidoyatova of opposition group Sunshine Uzbekistan was found guilty of tax evasion and money laundering.
Relatives of Ms Khidoyatova, who denied the charges, have called the process a show trial, and rights groups said it was politically motivated.
The Uzbek government has cracked down on all dissent since a bloody uprising in the city of Andijan last May.
Another Sunshine Uzbekistan leader, Sanjar Umarov, is on trial for similar charges. Prosecutors last week called for him to be jailed for 18 years.
Nadira Khidoyatova was arrested in December 2005 at Tashkent Airport after she returned from Moscow, where she had criticised the Uzbek government's repressive economic policies and its actions in Andijan.
Eyewitnesses say that Uzbek troops killed hundreds of protesters in the city, though the government says it put down an uprising of Islamic militants.
According to her sister, Ms Khidoyatova behaved strangely in court.
At a court hearing in January she appeared holding a Bible in her hand and said she would defend herself without a lawyer.
The sister said she suspected Ms Khidoyatova had been under psychological pressure from the authorities.
Mr Umarov's family are also concerned about his health and say they fear he has been drugged while in detention.
More than 150 people have been sentenced to long prison terms in connection with the Andijan events.