Tensions High in Kyrgyzstan Following Ouster Kyrgyzstan's toppled president, Askar Akayev, says he is prepared to return to the Central Asian nation and resign, if his safety is guaranteed. Last week's revolt has left the capital in confusion and uncertainty.
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Tensions High in Kyrgyzstan Following Ouster

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Tensions High in Kyrgyzstan Following Ouster

Tensions High in Kyrgyzstan Following Ouster

Tensions High in Kyrgyzstan Following Ouster

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Kyrgyzstan's toppled president, Askar Akayev, says he is prepared to return to the Central Asian nation and resign, if his safety is guaranteed. Last week's revolt has left the capital in confusion and uncertainty.

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