An ethnic Uzbek describes his family’s escape from Osh, one step ahead of attackers. by Aibek Talipov OSH, Kyrgyzstan | On the morning of 11 June, I heard automatic rifle shots close to the neighborhood where I live with my wife, two children, and elderly mother. A fight between Kyrgyz and Uzbek youths had broken […]

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