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Kyrgyzstan: Two Years After the Conflict

Categories: Central Asia & Caucasus, Kyrgyzstan, Citizen Media, Ethnicity & Race, War & Conflict

Much like physical marks the conflict left on the city, the damage left in individual lives and on the city as a community is healing in many places—and where it doesn’t heal, it seems at least to fade into the background of other scars, other challenges.

Noah Tucker on Registan.net writes (part 1 [1], part 2 [2]) about the situation in Osh, a city in southern Kyrgyzstan, two years after the ethnic clashes [3] between Kyrgyz and Uzbek communities there.