A Kyrgyz journalist has been charged with illegally obtaining commercial secrets and making them public as a result of an investigative report about a luxury housing compound, her lawyer has told RFE/RL.
The health of one of three jailed Kyrgyz opposition politicians who have been on hunger strike for several days is very serious, his lawyer says.
The Bishkek city court has upheld a suspended five-year prison sentence against former Prosecutor-General Aida Salyanova, who is now an opposition lawmaker.
A senior U.S. diplomat is visiting Kyrgyzstan.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Sapar Isakov came under pressure from parliament on January 31 over a power-station accident that left thousands of households in Bishkek without heat in bitterly cold weather.
This week, the Majlis looks at the problems new Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov inherited, what he is doing about them, and what he needs to do to move Kyrgyzstan forward.
A court in Kyrgyzstan has convicted a man of fighting alongside Islamic militants in Syria and sentenced him to six years in prison.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has told a meeting on Central Asia and Afghanistan that addressing "inequality, exclusion, and discrimination" is crucial to stemming terrorism and extremism.
In a remote desert near the border between Kazakhstan and China, a massive dry port has been built to develop overland routes for Chinese exports to markets in Europe, Russia, and Central Asia.
After an uproar over an Akita in a kalpak, some lawmakers want to defend the honor of the traditional Kyrgyz hat by forcing politicians and athletes to wear it.
Prime Minister Sapar Isakov has sacked Kyrgyzstan's envoy to the Eurasian Economic Union (EES), Sanjar Umotaliev, and reprimanded several top officials.
The Kyrgyz government wants to know more about the decision by the Chinese company Full Gold Mining to fire 370 miners in southern Kyrgyzstan.