19 November 2002 BISHKEK, 19 November (Eurasianet)–While political protests and arrests continue in Kyrgyzstan, some observers have noted a current of ethnic tension in recent incidents. The county’s south, where most protest rallies have been centered, is now witnessing violence among ethnic Uzbeks, Tajiks, and Kyrgyz. Tensions rose on 17 and 18 November as police […]

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