A group of Kyrgyz activists are compiling a blacklist of judges they believe abuse their position.
Balkars in Russia's North Caucasus region of Kabardino-Balkaria are marking the 74th anniversary of their mass deportation to Central Asia by Soviet leader Josef Stalin.
Russia has not decided yet whether it needs another military base in Kyrgyzstan, President Sooronbai Jeenbekov said on March 6.
At least 200 protesters have rallied in downtown Bishkek, demanding judicial reforms and the dismissal of "corrupt judges."
Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov marked 100 days in office on March 3.
A U.S. court has ordered the son of a former Kyrgyz ambassador to Washington to be placed under house arrest on charges including firearms trafficking and smuggling, Kyrgyzstan's Foreign Ministry says.
The United States has arrested the son of a former Kyrgyz ambassador to Washington on charges including firearms trafficking and smuggling.
A Kyrgyz lawmaker who was detained in Kazakhstan on suspicion of smuggling last week has Kazakh citizenship, the Kyrgyz Interior Ministry says.
Transparency International says government crackdowns on NGOs and media are associated with higher levels of corruption and most countries are "moving too slowly" to combat graft.
Colleagues of a Kyrgyz lawmaker who was detained in Kazakhstan on suspicion of smuggling contend that he is innocent.
NATO’s Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan says regional military chiefs vowed to cooperation in the fight against terrorism and the narcotics trade during a two-day conference in Kabul.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has called on Kyrgyz authorities to drop all charges against a journalist accused of seeking and disclosing confidential commercial information.