See this post: 75,000 Uzbeks flee ethnic riots in Kyrgyzstan.
Kyrgyzstan's interim government said on Monday it had arrested a "well-known person" on suspicion of fomenting the worst ethnic riots in 20 years, which have killed at least 117 and left cities in flames.
The Interior Ministry in the Central Asian state, which hosts Russian and U.S. military bases, said the situation in Osh and Jalalabad was "tense." A Reuters witness in Osh said gangs resumed shooting on Monday at residents and homes in one area of the city.
The interim government said authorities in Jalalabad had made an arrest. It did not disclose the person's identity, but repeated accusations that supporters of ex-president Kurmanbek Bakiyev, who was overthrown in April, were behind the violence. [...] go read the rest
I will naturally assume that Tajikistan will be next.
The Snooper Report.
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