Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 16, 2010

Perbalahan etnik di Kyrgyzstan, angka Korban meningkat kepada 178 orang

An ethnic Uzbek woman cries as she sits near her children in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

An ethnic Uzbek woman cries as she sits near her children in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

A doctor examines people at a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

A doctor examines people at a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan.

An ethnic Uzbek woman carries her child in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30km south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

An ethnic Uzbek woman carries her child in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30km south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

Ethnic Uzbeks gather on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan near a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

Ethnic Uzbeks gather on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan near a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

Ethnic Uzbeks pray in a street in the city of Uzgen in Osh Province, southern Kyrgyzstan, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

Ethnic Uzbeks pray in a street in the city of Uzgen in Osh Province, southern Kyrgyzstan, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

An ethnic Uzbek girl prepares food in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

An ethnic Uzbek girl prepares food in a refugee camp outside the village of Begabad, some 30 kilometres south from Dzhalal-Abad, on June 15, 2010 on the border between Kyrguzstan and Uzbekistan. Thousands of ethnic Uzbek refugees remain stranded in Kyrgyzstan, unable to enter Uzbekistan and unwilling to return to their homes in Kyrgyzstan after days of deadly conflict raging across the south of the ex-Soviet state.

A general view shows a refugee camp for ethnic Uzbeks, fled from clashes in Osh, in the village of Yorkishlak, some 400 km (249 miles) east of Tashkent, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

A general view shows a refugee camp for ethnic Uzbeks, fled from clashes in Osh, in the village of Yorkishlak, some 400 km (249 miles) east of Tashkent, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

Firuza, a Tajik citizen who visited her mother in Osh and fled from clashes in the city, sits near Khadisa, her five-day-old daughter, at a refugee camp near the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, after escaping to Uzbekistan, in the village of Yorkishlak, some 400 km (249 miles) east of Tashkent, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

Firuza, a Tajik citizen who visited her mother in Osh and fled from clashes in the city, sits near Khadisa, her five-day-old daughter, at a refugee camp near the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, after escaping to Uzbekistan, in the village of Yorkishlak, some 400 km (249 miles) east of Tashkent, June 15, 2010. The violence in Kyrgyzstan appears to have stopped spreading and may be diminishing, a senior U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, adding that there was still an urgent need to restore order and provide aid.

178 terkorban akibat perbalahan etnik di Kyrgyzstan

16/06/2010 3:10am

BISHKEK, June 16 – Seramai 178 disahkan terkorban manakala lebih 1,800 mengalami kecederaan akibat perbalahan etnik di bandar-bandar Kyrgyz iaitu Osh dan Jalalabad, kata menteri kesihatan semalam.

“Jumlah yang terkorban dalam keganasan di Osh ialah 132 orang dengan jumlah yang tercedera meningkat kepada 1,333. Di Jalalabad, 46 orang mati dan 533 ceder,” kata pusat media Kementerian Kesihatan. – AFP


Responses

  1. salam,
    nampaknya blogger tak berani letak isu2 panas di malaysia,
    mana dia isu ‘kohilal’ nak sapu bawah karpet
    saja ke???

    • SALAM MAKAN TAIK BEWAK2 PEJUANG MELAYU……
      ( lebih koghang ngan salam 1 mesia jugak la )

      MEMANG APA YANG BEWAK TULIH TU BETUI….PAS MANA PANDAI MENEGA2 NI. KOHILAL SEJAK DITUBUHKAN 1986, RUGI TIAP TAUN. TADAK SATU TAUN PON UNTUNG.

      KOHILAL TAKLEH NAK CELENG KERAjaan BEWAK MENEGA. NEGAGHA MAJU 2O2O AKAN JADI KENYATAAN JUGAK WALAUPON EKONOMI MALAYSIA MAMPUIH PADA TAUN 2019. KALU TAKDIQ MAJU….MAJU LA. SOAL EKONOMI MAMPUIH, RAKYAT TAKLEH MENTEKEDARAH NASIK, CEGHITA LEIN TUH.

      SANGAT BIJAK KERAjaan BEWAK NI, HUTANG NEGAGHA
      NEIK SAMPAI 300 BILION TAPI DOK BANGGA SUBSIDI HANYA 74 BILION. PATUT PON IDRIS JALA WAT STATEMEN 10 TAUN LAGI BANGKRAP.

      SANGAT BIJAK PUAK2 BEWAK NI URUS GHETA TABUNG HAJI. RAKYAT SIMPANG KAT TH UNTUK NAK PI NEIK HAJI, DEPA DOK MENEGA SAMPAI UNTUNG BERBILION RINGGIT KAT LADANG GETAH DI INDONESIA. TAPI BEWAK NI PANDAI JUGAK OTA DOK KATA KEBAKARAN HUTAN LA SABIK TH HAJI UNTUNG. UNTUNG JUGAK TABUNG HAJI SABIK DOK MELABUQ SALAH TEMPAT.

      BANYAK LAGI KALU ABANG NAK TULIH KEUNTUNGAN2 YANG DIJANA OLEH PUAK2 BEWAK NI SEPERTI PKFZ, SIME DARBI UNTUNG BERBILION DOLLAR KAT PROJEK BAKUN. KITA BULIH TENGOK LAGU MANA MAS, SYARIKAT PENERBANG KERAjaan MENCATAT KEUNTUNGAN BEGITU TINGGI TIAP2 TAUN.

      SABIK TU LA( ngan keuntungan yang begitu memberangsangkan) PUAK2 BEWAK TELAH MENURUNKAN KADAQ TOL, TARIF ELEKTRIK,REGA MINYAK, DAN SELURUH KOS HIDUP DI MALAYSIA TERENDAH DI DONIA. OLEH KERANA RENDAH KOS IDUP KITA TENGOK
      PELABUQ2 ASING BEREBUT2 SAMPAI TIDAK TERTANGGUNG NAK MAI MELABUQ KAT MALAYSIA. SABIK
      BEWAK LA MALAYSIA AKAN MAJU PADA TAUN 2020, SEHINGGA RAKYAT SEMAKIN BERPENDAPATAN TINGGI DAN MENIKMATI KOS IDUP YANG TERENDAH DI DUNIA.

      he he he
      gurau ngan puak2 bewak.

  2. salam,

    Isu ini kemungkinan darah kaum sereban & ketayap
    halal bagi kaum songkok.


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