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Kyrgyzstan: Civil rights in reverse gear (14.07.2014)
What explains the gradual rollback of civil rights and NGO activity in Kyrgyzstan? According to Timur Toktonaliev, Bishkek has introduced Russian-inspired legislation that equates calls for basic rights with holding suspicious pro-Western views.
The agreement on the withdrawal was reached by Kyrgyz and Uzbek officials in Kyrgyzstan's province of Osh on September 30. … About 300 kilometers of the 1,000-kilometer-long Kyrgyz-Uzbek border have remained in dispute since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Acquittals reversed for opposition Kyrgyz lawmakers (07.08.2013)
Kyrgyzstan's Supreme Court has reversed the acquittals of three opposition lawmakers and found them guilty of attempting to overthrow the government.
Tensions between Kyrgyzstan and its Uzbek minority have risen sharply after an attack on a Kyrgyz border post. The Centre for Eastern Studies' Józef Lang worries that these tensions will only aggravate the already difficult relations that exist between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
Fences being installed around troubled Uzbek exclave (17.01.2013)
… Sokh residents, who are mainly ethnic Tajiks, disrupted an attempt to connect electric power lines to a new Kyrgyz border post on January 5-6, sparking clashes with Kyrgyz authorities.
Clash reported on Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan border (07.01.2013)
Tensions between the main ethnic groups of the Ferghana Valley flared again over the weekend, rekindling memories of clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan between Uzbeks and Kyrgyz in June 2010 that left hundreds dead and injured.
New Kyrgyz prime minister confirmed (05.09.2012)
Kyrgyzstan's parliament has confirmed Jantoro Satybaldiev to be the country's new prime minister.