Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 12, 2010

41 Terbunuh,keganasan Etnik Di Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyz activists hold a rally, demonstrating their intention to join their compatriots participating in the clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan, in the capital Bishkek June 11, 2010. At least 28 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan's second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

Kyrgyz activists hold a rally, demonstrating their intention to join their compatriots participating in the clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan, in the capital Bishkek June 11, 2010. At least 41 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan’s second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

Soldiers ride on an armoured vehicle along a street in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan June 11, 2010. At least 17 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan's second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

Soldiers ride on an armoured vehicle along a street in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan June 11, 2010. At least 41 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan’s second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

People argue on a road in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan June 11, 2010. At least 17 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan's second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

People argue on a road in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan June 11, 2010. At least 41 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan’s second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

People fight during a rally in Kyrgyz's town Jalalabad on May 14, 2010. Rival groups clashed in southern Kyrgyzstan  as the interim government retook official buildings from backers of ousted leader Kurmanbek Bakiyev, leaving at least one dead and scores injured. Shots rang out during street battles in the cities of Osh and Jalalabad, where hundreds of Bakiyev supporters battled factions loyal to the government with sticks and stones, officials and reports said.

Soldiers sit on an armoured vehicle near a crowd on a street in Osh, southern Kyrgyzstan June 11, 2010. At least 17 people were killed on Friday when ethnic conflict flared in Kyrgyzstan's second-largest city Osh, the worst outbreak of violence in the Central Asian state since the president was overthrown in April.

Rioters travel on top of a car during an unrest in the village of Mayevka near Bishkek, April 19, 2010. Kyrgyzstan's interim rulers faced renewed resistance and lawlessness on Monday after pledging fresh elections and reforms to restore order in the volatile Central Asian state.

Rioters travel on top of a car during an unrest in the village of Mayevka near Bishkek

Locals stand in their destroyed and burned down house in the settlement of Mayevka outside of Bishkek on April 20, 2010. Kyrgyzstan's security forces confronted a crowd massing on the outskirts of the capital Bishkek on Tuesday where looters have attacked homes belonging mainly to ethnic Russian and Meskhetian Turks.

Locals stand in their destroyed and burned down house in the settlement of Mayevka outside of Bishkek on June 11, 2010.

Kyrgyz people pray in the Ata-Beyit memorial complex outside Bishkek on April 18, 2010, to pay homage to the victims of April 7 clashes, when 84 people were shot dead. Supporters of ousted Kyrgyzstan president Kurmanbek Bakiyev seized regional television and administration headquarters in the south Saturday as the new authorities struggled to impose their authority.

A Kyrgyz family stand opposite wreaths of flowers laid in the Ata-Beyit memorial complex outside Bishkek on April 18, 2010, to pay homage to the victims of April 7 clashes, when 84 people were shot dead. Supporters of ousted Kyrgyzstan president Kurmanbek Bakiyev seized regional television and administration headquarters in the south Saturday as the new authorities struggled to impose their authority.

Kyrgyz people pray in the Ata-Beyit memorial complex outside Bishkek on April 18, 2010, to pay homage to the victims of April 7 clashes, when 84 people were shot dead. Supporters of ousted Kyrgyzstan president Kurmanbek Bakiyev seized regional television and administration headquarters in the south Saturday as the new authorities struggled to impose their authority.

Kyrgyz people pray in the Ata-Beyit memorial complex outside Bishkek

Kematian keganasan etnik di Kyrgyzstan meningkat 41 orang

12/06/2010 4:08am

BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan 12 Jun – Jumlah korban dalam keganasan etnik di Kyrgyzstan terus meningkat dengan angka terbaru awal pagi ini bertambah kepada 41 orang dan mencederakan seramai 624 yang lain.

Rusuhan di Osh iaitu bandaraya kedua terbesar Kyrgyzstan adalah susulan dari pemberontakan berdarah yang bermula sejak bekas Presiden Kurmanbek Bakiyev diguling dan melarikan diri pada April lalu.

Konflik dendam antara etnik Kyrgyz dengan etnik minoriti Uzkeks itu menyaksikan penglibatan pihak berkuasa kedua-dua pihak yang saling berbalas tembakan. – AP


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  1. Good article. I will be dealing with a few of these issues as well..


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