A verdict in the drug-trafficking trial of Kyrgyz citizen Jibek Sakeeva has again been postponed.
A court in Indonesia has postponed the issuing of a verdict on drug-trafficking charges against Kyrgyz citizen Jibek Sakeeva.
A fire in a three-storey building in downtown Moscow has killed seven people and severely injured several more.
An exhibition has opened in Bishkek of paintings by a prominent ethnic Uzbek rights activist jailed over last year's deadly violence in southern Kyrgyzstan.
Former acting Kyrgyz Prosecutor-General Kubatbek Baibolov says he will run for president in this fall's election.
Kyrgyz Deputy Prime Minister Omurbek Babanov resumed his duties today after he was cleared of involvement in corrupt activities.
Two Kyrgyz opposition parties headed by senior politicians under ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiev say they will merge prior to the presidential election later this year.
Azerbaijan's ruling Yeni Azerbaijan Party (YAP) has written to OSCE officials to protest the planned settlement of 200 ethnic Armenian families from Kyrgyzstan on occupied Azerbaijani territory.
Amnesty International says recent democratic uprisings offer a tantalizing glimpse of what could be, but have also scared authoritarian leaders.
A top U.S. State Department official says the economic and political characteristics of countries in Central Asia make it unlikely for an "Arab Spring"-like wave of popular uprisings to emerge there in the near future.
Ethnic Uzbek students from southern Kyrgyzstan are facing problems in the Russian city of Rzhev.
One person has been killed by a massive landslide in Kyrgyzstan's southern region of Jalal-Abad.