A little-publicized court case convicts four members of ethnic minorities in Kyrgyzstan by Alisher Khamidov OSH, Kyrgyzstan–Little local or international attention was generated when a court sentenced three ethnic Uighurs and one ethnic Karachai to death on 12 March. The local media barely covered the trial, and in Washington, D.C, only about 20 people participated […]

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