A group of alleged members of the banned Islamist Hizb-ut Tahrir group have been arrested in Kyrgyzstan's southern province of Osh.
Kyrgyz authorities are investigating how a Kyrgyz passport was illegally issued under a fake name to fugitive Kazakh tycoon and government critic Mukhtar Ablyazov.
Former Kyrgyz Ombudsman Tursunbek Akun is in "serious but stable" condition a day after fainting at a parliamentary session at which lawmakers ousted him against a backdrop of corruption allegations.
The Kyrgyz parliament has voted to dismiss a veteran human rights defender from the post of ombudsman.
Protests have broken out again in Kyrgyzstan's northern district of Jety-Oguz, with demonstrators demanding the nationalization of the country's biggest gold mine, Kumtor.
Prominent Kyrgyz human rights activist Tolekan Ismailova says she was denied entry into Uzbekistan because of her professional activities.
Defense ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization gather in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, to discuss regional security issues.
Kyrgyz rights activist Tolekan Ismailova, the leader of the group "Bir Duyno-Kyrgyzstan" (One World Kyrgyzstan), has flown to Almaty, Kazakhstan after being denied entry into Uzbekistan.
The Kyrgyz parliament has set a date for the closure of the NATO Transit Center at Manas International Airport near Bishkek.
Uzbekistan's border guards have shot dead a Kyrgyz citizen under circumstances that remain unclear.
Uzbekistan and Russia have received the lowest possible rating from the U.S. State Department in its annual report on human trafficking around the world.
Three Kyrgyz judges who acquitted three convicted opposition lawmakers have apparently gone into hiding.