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Observers laud central Asian country's election as transparent and fair.
Law enforcement closes in on one group of cyber criminals — but more work away.
Or will it lead to further conflict in the pivotal, and unstable, central Asian nation?
In Ukraine, scarce resources compound booming HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Call for boycott of Euro 2012 over plan to kill stray animals.
As Bishkek seeks public support, talk is of a failed state.
Fear stalks the streets of Osh, as rumors of mass killings and rapes run wild.
As Osh residents slowly come out of hiding, they seek explanations for the horrific racial violence.
Officials blame poison for recent animal deaths.
Instability could mount in the central Asian country.
Could American officials be tried under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act?
As Kurmanbek Bakiyev flees Kyrgyzstan, provisional government examines his holdings, while U.S. investigates Manas suppliers.
And why to care about the upheaval in this small, ex-Soviet state.
Some Kyrgyz express anger with America for its relationship with the Bakiyev government.
In Kyrgyzstan, who is in control: Roza Otunbayeva, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, or gangs of young men?
The recent honor bestowed on Stepan Bandera raised shrieks in Ukraine and abroad.
New law restricts dissemination of information harmful to children under 18.
Will his term see democratic ideals tossed aside, or will he surprise detractors, who call him "Moscow-leaning"?
Analysis: Yulia Tymoshenko has challenged Ukraine's election results, but has little hope of succeeding.
Five years after his Orange Revolution defeat, Yanukovych won a democratic election for Ukrainian president.