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New Kyrgyz political alliance established months before parliamentary elections (11.06.2020)

A memorandum of strategic partnership was signed on June 5 by leaders of Ata-Meken (Fatherland) party, Ak Shumkar (White Falcon) party, the Liberal Democratic Party, the Social Democratic Party, the Jany Dem Youth Association, and the Green Alliance group.

Ex-Kyrgyz president Atambaev accused of plotting coup (13.08.2019)

Atambaev surrendered to police on August 8 following a deadly two-day standoff with security forces at his residential compound in the village of Koi-Tash near the capital. The violence underscored a power struggle between Atambaev and his handpicked successor, Sooronbai Jeenbekov, that has raised...

Kyrgyzstan troops storm ex-President Almazbek Atambayev's home (08.08.2019)

Security forces in the central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan have stormed the home of former President Almazbek Atambayev in an attempt to detain him. Mr Atambayev's supporters clashed with the troops and one officer died from gunshot wounds, officials said. It is understood Mr Atambayev is still...

Situation tense after new incident near disputed Kyrgyz-Tajik border area (23.04.2019)

Kyrgyzstan has been attempting to build a new stretch of road in the area for years, stopping and restarting construction work repeatedly while negotiators from the two countries try to reach a formal border delineation agreement.

Kyrgyz-Tajik negotiators reach agreement, reopen border crossing after deadly clashes (18.03.2019)

A disputed section of the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan reopened on March 18 following the successful conclusion of four days of bilateral talks. The border had been closed following violent clashes between locals on March 13 that left two Tajik citizens dead and three Kyrgyz citizens...

Kyrgyzstan gets new government (25.04.2018)

A new Kyrgyz government has been sworn in in parliament less than a week after the previous government was dismissed.

Kyrgyz prime minister dismissed (19.04.2018)

Kyrgyzstan on Thursday jettisoned its 29th prime minister in less than three decades of independence as new President Sooronbai Jeenbekov looks to cement control over the Central Asian country.

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