BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - The head of a leading party running for election in Kyrgyzstan said Thursday that an incoming coalition government would likely sharply increase the rent for a U.S.
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - A prominent rights groups says Kyrgyzstan's armed forces abetted and may even have actively taken part in deadly violence by ethnic Kyrgyz mobs against the minority Uzbek community.
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - Police in Kyrgyzstan have detained a brother of deposed President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, authorities said Thursday, in a morale-boosting victory for efforts to round up the former leader's entourage.
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - Kyrgyzstan's security agency claims relatives of the country's toppled president have colluded with Taliban and other Islamic militant movements to provoke ethnic violence in the ex-Soviet nation.
BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan - Kyrgyz authorities say they plan to create a state-owned company to provide a U.S.
- Ethnic Uzbeks refuse to go home in Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyzstan charges rights advocate with incitement
- Uzbek leader: 100,000 massed at Kyrgyzstan border
- Uzbekistan says 75,000 refugees fled Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyzstan invites Russian troops to end unrest
- 12 killed in new wave of unrest in Kyrgyzstan
- 5 killed in new wave of unrest in Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyzstan: no talks yet on new fuel deal with US
- Kyrgyzstan offers bounties for fugitive ex-leaders
- Ousted Kyrgyz President Bakiyev charged with organizing mass murder
- Ousted Kyrgyz president charged with mass killing
- Kyrgyz gov't wants ousted president's extradition
- Kyrgyz scuffles persist in ex-leader's stronghold
- Deposed leader of Kyrgyzstan warned not to return
- Official: Kyrgyz president leaves Kazakhstan
- A Kyrgyz interim leader says US base unjustified
- Gunfire at deposed president's rally in Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyz opposition says it may talk with president
- Kyrgyzstan’s head reveals overthrown President left only 80 million dollars in budget
- Kyrgyz mourn revolt victims; new unrest overnight
- Ban sharply chides Kyrgyzstan on human rights