18 November 2002 BISHKEK, 18 November (Eurasianet)–Security forces have taken up high-profile positions in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek, as officials try to disperse protesters calling for President Askar Akayev’s resignation. Opposition leaders say that at least 31 demonstrators were detained on 15 November. Government officials have indicated that they would prefer a negotiated resolution […]

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