Stories about Kyrgyzstan from September, 2006
After a busy summer, we bid you welcome to a new roundup of notable online conversations from Central Asia and the Caucasus, brought to you by neweurasia and read out...
Yulia of neweurasia reports on the latest attack on Pyramid TV in Kyrgyzstan.
Tolkun Umaraliev reports on the Bishkek Panthers, the American Football team at the American University of Central Asia, the only such team in Kyrgyzstan. Tolkun says that the team has...
Yulia of neweurasia Kyrgyzstan translates a Russian-language post on a plan to use lie-detectors to try to root out corruption in government.
Trent Milan, marking a year in Tajikistan, lists off things he has noticed the Kyrgyz like, including a number of interesting folk remedies.
neweurasia reports on an HIV/AIDS conference in Bishkek that brought together officials from governments in Central Asia and other former Soviet States.
Yulia of neweurasia rounds up the Kyrgyz blogosphere's discussion of the political scandal involving opposition politician Omurbek Tekebaev.
By posting photos of last year's Kyrgyz Revolution, Edil Baisalov looks at the people that were behind the ousting of former President Akayev (RUS).
Ben of neweurasia writes about his recent trip to one of Kyrgyzstan's most remote villages near the Pamirs.
Sean Roberts has an update on the fallout from the arrest of Omurbek Tekebaev, a Kyrgyz opposition politician, on drug charges in Poland. Edil Baisalov, meanwhile, has video (RU) and...
Yulia of neweurasia reports that Kyrgyzstan's constitutional commission has finally presented three draft constitutions to the public and revealed the disagreements and political wrangling that were involved in their drafting.
Sean Roberts discusses the curious and shocking case of the arrest of a prominent Kyrgyz opposition politician, Omurbek Tekebaev, for smuggling drugs into Poland.