Topic: Kyrgyzstan

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  • Why Russia's Medvedev is lashing out at Belarus's Lukashenko

    Why Russia's Medvedev is lashing out at Belarus's Lukashenko

    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev slammed 'Europe's last dictator,' Belarussian leader Alexander Lukashenko, this past week for his increasingly anti-Russian rhetoric.

  • Hillary Clinton: A quiet brand of statecraft

    Hillary Clinton: A quiet brand of statecraft

    Hillary Clinton has been loyal to President Obama, her one-time rival. Now she's seeking to redefine U.S. foreign policy for a new century, even as the latest mideast peace talks test her skills as a negotiator.

  • UN's Gaza flotilla probe finds Israeli soldiers committed 'willful killing'

    Terrorism & Security UN's Gaza flotilla probe finds Israeli soldiers committed 'willful killing'

    Israel rejected the UN Gaza flotilla probe's findings as 'biased.' In Turkey, most politicians welcomed the news and praised the panel's objectivity.

  • Five things Obama will do at the UN

    Five things Obama will do at the UN

    President Obama hasn’t had much time lately for anything other than the economy, jobs, and maybe a little worrying about the midterm elections. But he’ll focus a good chunk of this week on foreign affairs when he decamps Washington for the United Nations in New York, spending the better part of three days – from Wednesday afternoon to Friday evening – on many of the bigger issues on his international plate. Here are five things Mr. Obama will do while in New York.

  • Prayer for children in war zones

    A Christian Science perspective.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 08/05

    A woman and a child pass graffiti promoting Wyclef Jean's presidential bid on the streets of Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti, on Thursday. Jean will announce his bid for president of earthquake-ravaged Haiti this week, Time magazine has reported. Haiti, which was hit on Jan. 12 by a deadly 7.0-magnitude earthquake, is scheduled to vote on November 28 to elect a new leader to replace President Rene Preval, whose term ends in February.

  • Gallery Controversial animal sports

    PIG RACING: Pigs with woolen jockeys attaches to their backs race during a community fair in Cushendun near Belfast, Northern Ireland, in July 2009.

  • Kyrgyzstan ex-president's brother arrested - with wig and fake mustache

    Terrorism & Security Kyrgyzstan ex-president's brother arrested - with wig and fake mustache

    Police say they found the brother of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev with a pistol and ammunition, a wig, and a false mustache and beard. He was arrested for having a role in the Kyrgyzstan violence last month.

  • Why Russia's Medvedev is blasting ally Kyrgyzstan

    Why Russia's Medvedev is blasting ally Kyrgyzstan

    Russian President Dmitry Medvedev unexpectedly criticized a government reform vote in Kyrgyzstan that passed Sunday with 91 percent support.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 06/25

    McLaren driver Jenson Button of Britain sits in the car during a practice session at Valencia street circuit in Valencia, Spain, on Friday. Europe's Formula One Grand Prix will take place on June 27.

 
 
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