The Kyrgyz government has allocated funds to send the country's only athlete to Russia to represent the country at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
A prominent Kyrgyz rights defender has condemned an antigay fatwa issued by the country's acting grand mufti.
Kyrgyz and Tajik officials have agreed to expedite border demarcation in disputed areas.
Kyrgyzstan's acting grand mufti, Maksat Hajji Toktomushev, has issued a fatwa against same-sex relations and challenged the findings of a new report by Human Rights Watch.
Kyrgyz and Tajik military units have begun withdrawing from a disputed section of the two countries' border.
A new report from Human Rights Watch has found that police in Kyrgyzstan have extorted, threatened, arbitrarily detained, beaten, and sexually abused gay and bisexual men.
Kyrgyz regional police officials told RFE/RL on January 24 that the suspects were arrested during a special operation lasting several days.
Chinese Embassy officials are in Kyrgyzstan's northern Issyk-Kul region to help identify the 11 gunmen killed by Kyrgyz border guards on January 23.
A shootout overnight between Kyrgyz border guards and unknown armed men has left at least two of the gunmen dead.
Kyrgyzstan has been holding reservists' military training in the southern Batken province near a disputed section of the Kyrgyz-Tajik border.
A clash between Kyrgyz and Tajik border guards around the village of Vorukh is again focusing attention on the problem of cross-border exclaves in Central Asia. What's behind the tensions?
The newly elected mayor of Kyrgyzstan's southern city of Osh says he will not allow lawlessness.