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Tuesday, July 22, 2014


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  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.
  • Tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks -- mostly women, children, and the elderly -- have fled the violence in southern Kyrgyzstan and sought refuge in neighboring Uzbekistan. The UN's special envoy in Bishkek, Miroslav Jenca, says their number may soon pass 100,000. Regional media report Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan, however, citing its inability to cope with the large number of refugees.

Tears At The Border: Refugees Flee Kyrgyz Violence

Published 15 June 2010


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