No end in sight to Kyrgyz violence

By Andy Rice 18 June 2010

About 400,000 ethnic Uzbeks have fled their homes in Kyrgyzstan in the wake of ethnic violence. Only 100,000 have made it to Uzbekistan, others have sought refuge in camps along the Uzbek border. On Thursday ethnic Uzbeks accused the Kyrgyz army of involvement in the attacks. The military has denied these allegations. Read more: AP

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