Former Kyrgyz Defense Minister Baktyek Kalyev has been transferred from a detention center to house arrest due to health reasons.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Almazbek Atambaev has given local officials two days to solve the problems faced by residents in a part of the capital who have been protesting over their settlement's lack of amenities.
A Russian citizen wanted by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) on terrorism charges has been detained in Kyrgyzstan.
Three in four people in Armenia approve of the track record of Russia's current leadership, making it the fifth-most pro-Russian country in the world, according to a recent Gallup opinion poll.
Some 200 people blocked a highway today in a northern part of the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, to demand infrastructure and their registration as residents.
Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva has signed legislation that requires all marriages conducted in Islamic, Christian, and other religious traditions to be officially registered in order to be valid.
The mother of a woman who was stabbed to death by her husband said it was very difficult to ensure justice prevailed in the trial because local authorities and the court tried to drag out and delay the proceedings.
Akmat Bakiev, a brother of former Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiev, has been ordered jailed for seven years for crimes committed following his brother's overthrow last year.
The authorities in southern Kyrgyzstan have allocated up to 18 hectares of land to build homes for Kyrgyz citizens who want to leave an exclave in neighboring Uzbekistan.
Kazakh and Kyrgyz officials have failed to reach agreement on a Kazakh request for additional water supplies from upstream Kyrgyzstan.
An explosion at a fireworks store at the Dordoi market in Bishkek has caused a large-scale fire.
The family has hired a lawyer and asked the NGO Soldiers' Mothers to investigate the circumstances of the death of Erlan Mamytov, who died while serving in a border-guard unit.