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· August, 2009

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from August, 2009

Kyrgyzstan: Crackdown on Uighur Protests

Joshua Foust tells that the Kyrgyzstan’s police detained two Uighur community leaders after they accused China of “state terrorism” at a rally.

Kyrgyzstan: Presidential Elections Are Over

Tolkun Umaraliev says the opposition candidates claim the election in Kyrgyzstan to be illegal. There is a confusion among media, both local and foreign, that candidates Nazaraliev and Atambaev have...

Kyrgyzstan: Bakiev’s Success and Disappointment of Observers

Elena reports in detail on the outcomes of the presidential elections in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan: No more free music

Arawanski reports that the biggest torrent tracking website of free downloads in Kyrgyzstan has been sued by recording and producing companies for breach of copyright.

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