Visiting UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has taken part along with Kyrgyz Prime Minister Temir Sariev in a ceremony commemorating victims of ethnic clashes five years ago in Kyrgyzstan's southern city of Osh.
As Kyrgyzstan marks the fifth anniversary of deadly ethnic clashes in the south of the country, one ethnic Uzbek man recounts how a Kyrgyz neighbor helped his family escape the violence.
President Almazbek Atambaev calls on citizens of Kyrgyzstan to preserve unity and peace as the country marks the fifth anniversary of deadly clashes between ethnic Uzbeks and Kyrgyz.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev a state honor for his contribution "in bilateral efforts to advance Eurasian integration processes."
RFE/RL's Turkmen Service, known locally as Azatlyk, assembled a panel to discuss China's influence in Central Asia, how far it could expand, and what China's presence in Central Asia means to the geopolitics of the region.
Communist-era Soviet dissident Leonid Plyushch, who was forcibly commited to a psychiatric ward for nearly three years, died in France on June 4 at the age of 76.
To mark International Children's Day on June 1, RFE/RL asked kids around our broadcast region: What makes you happy?
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has urged Kyrgyzstan to review a draft law on "foreign agents" that could have a negative impact on many rights groups being active in the country.
Human Rights Watch has called on Kyrgyz deputies to reject a bill requiring domestic NGOs that receive foreign funding and engage in "political activities" to register as "foreign agents."
Kyrgyzstan's president has signed a law ratifying treaties on his country's accession to the Eurasian Economic Union (EES).
Several antigay activists in Kyrgyzstan have been charged with hooliganism after they disrupted an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community event in Bishkek.
Plans by LGBT activists to celebrate a day against homophobia in Kyrgyzstan were spoiled when their party at a trendy Bishkek restaurant was ruined by nationalist, wannabe gay-wedding crashers.