The list will identify Uzbek citizens, having ties with terrorist organisations, officials say.
It is the second time, when Kyrgyzstan convicts a woman for extremism.
Ongoing large-scale operations in the country to identify members of banned organisations are bringing positive results, authorities say.
Uzbekistan launches specialised counterterrorism centre to study psychological motives for joining extremism organisations.
Extremist organisations continue to actively use women for their terror activities and recruiting, experts warn.
The move will prevent buyers from the phones with extremist materials downloaded by some vendors, police said.
The defendants' sentences ranged from 10 to 18 years.
Terrorist organisations have turned their guns on each other.
Kazakh politicians, religious leaders, specialists and NGO representatives are uniting to fight terrorism and extremism.
He is accused of taking part in the August 30 bombing of an embassy.