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Kyrgyzstan Struggles Toward Political Change

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Kyrgyzstan Struggles Toward Political Change

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Kyrgyzstan Struggles Toward Political Change

Kyrgyzstan Struggles Toward Political Change

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Relative quiet returns to Kyrgyzstan after two days of looting that followed the overthrow of President Askar Akayev. Looters took to the streets of the Central Asian nation after Akayev left the country. Interim leaders are pointing toward elections in June.

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