Azamn editor-in-chief Ibrahim al-Maamari and deputy editor-in-chief Youssef al-Haj were released on 10 October after the Appeal Court in Muscat reduced their bail.
The next hearing in the case has been set for 7 November.
In August 2012, a Latin-to-Cyrillic converter was added to allow users to view Uzbek Wikipedia's pages in both the Latin and Cyrillic scripts.
The Uzbek Wikipedia is currently blocked in Uzbekistan.
During 2004, Uzbek Wikipedia remained largely inactive.
The number of visits to the encyclopedia has also been rising lately.In early 2013, the Uzbek-language Wikipedia ranked first among different editions of Wikipedia in terms of annual page-view growth.While the reasons for the blockage are unrevealed, some believe that the encyclopedia has been blocked because the Uzbek government is concerned about the appearance of articles critical of its actions.Since early 2012, however, both the number of active users and well-written articles have increased noticeably.
Prisoner of conscience Nabeel Rajab was told on 26 June that his trial will begin on 12 July on charges of “spreading false rumours in times of war” and “insulting public authorities” in relation to tweets he published in 2015.
He could face up to 13 years in prison if convicted.