Relatives of those killed, missing, or severely injured in the ethnic clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan last year will receive financial compensation from the government
Kyrgyzstan's Ministry of Youth Affairs, with the help of private donors, has organized a mass wedding reception for low-income couples who couldn't afford a celebration on their own.
The antiterrorism branch of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization is unconvinced when it comes to the death of Osama bin Laden.
Human rights organizations in Kyrgyzstan will hold a public meeting in the northern Issyk-Kul Oblast on May 18 to condemn bride kidnapping.
A Tashkent-based rights group says exiled leaders from Kyrgyzstan's Uzbek community should be part of the reconciliation process in the wake of last year's clashes between Uzbeks and Kyrgyz in southern Kyrgyzstan.
Uzbekistan's opposition Birlik (Unity) party has called for the "fair treatment" of ethnic Uzbeks living in Kyrgyzstan.
Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva has signed a law that allows foreigners to adopt children in Kyrgyzstan, thereby lifting a moratorium on international adoptions that was put in place in 2009 following media reports of alleged abuses.
Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva has signed a law that allows foreigners to adopt children in Kyrgyzstan.
The Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry says it is wrong to define any of the parties involved in last year's deadly ethnic conflict in southern Kyrgyzstan as wholly "guilty" or "victimized," RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reports.
The Kyrgyz Youth Ministry says it will pay for a giant wedding reception on May 7 for 20 young couples with low incomes.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights today welcomed a newly published report by the Kyrgyzstan Inquiry Commission (KIC) on inter-ethnic violence in 2010.