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· April, 2010

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from April, 2010

Kyrgyzstan: Keeping the Calm

The role played by online independent media organizations such as Kloop.kg is crucial to separating fact from disinformation in Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan: Ousted president denies resignation

Kyrgyzstan: The aftermath of public uprising

In the past week, the attention of Kyrgyzstani bloggers has been very firmly centred on political events in this small, mountainous Central Asian country. All over the country, memorials have...

Kyrgyzstan: Resignation faxed

Kyrgyzstan: Social Media Matters

Kyrgyzstan: President Bakiev fled, resigned

Central Asia: Writing “About Each Other, For Each Other”

Kyrgyzstan: A Photo Report From Bishkek

Kyrgyzstan: Social Media Create and Fight Information Overload

The coverage of recent bloody events in Kyrgyzstan by online and traditional media caused information overload that made it very difficult to create a consistent picture. That is why bloggers...

Kyrgyzstan: The “Archived” Revolution

On April 6th, Kyrgyzstan was hit by mass protests which eventually led to the overthrow of the government as well as many deaths. While the internet did not play a...

Kyrgyzstan: Photos of Bloody Protests

Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan: Rights Activist's Extradition Pondered

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