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The Kyrgyz president says post-election protests across the south are part of a foreign-backed coup attempt. (BBC News — 23 March, 2005)
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Protesters gather again in the Kyrgyzstan town of Osh, calling for President Askar Akayev to stand down. (BBC News — 22 March, 2005)
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Kyrgyz leader blasts ‘coup bid’
Kyrgyz leader blasts ‘coup bid’

Police break up a small rally in the Kyrgyz capital, as protests against President Akayev continue in the south. (BBC News — 4 hours ago)
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The Kyrgyz president Askar Akayev sacks his interior minister and prosecutor general, as protests continue. (BBC News — 8 hours ago)
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Osh, Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyzstan’s authorities, flying in the face of violent protests in the south and international criticism, last night declared a disputed parliamentary election valid. (The Australian — 23 March, 2005)
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The Kyrgyz president orders a review of parliamentary election results in disputed areas as protests escalate. (BBC News — 22 March, 2005)
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Kyrgyz demonstrators seize a government building in the city of Osh, as protests continue over a disputed poll. (BBC News — 22 March, 2005)
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The comments came a day after opposition activists took control of Kyrgyzstan�s second-largest city, forcing police and officials to flee. (International Herald Tribune — 22 March, 2005)
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The opposition movement in a key Central Asian republic wins itsfirst concession. (The Age — 23 March, 2005)
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President Askar Akayev on Monday ordered the Central Election Commission and Supreme Court to investigate alleged violations in the recent parliamentary vote that have triggered weeks of opposition protests in Kyrgyzstan, his office said. (Washington Post — 22 March, 2005)
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Kyrgyzstan’S opposition appeared to have taken control of the southern town of Dzhalal Abad today after mounting large-scale demonstrations to demand President Askar Akayev step down. (The Australian — 21 March, 2005)
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Thousands of protesters demanded the resignation of President Askar Akayev amid growing anger over allegedly fraudulent elections in the former Soviet republic. (International Herald Tribune — 21 March, 2005)
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Thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of Kyrgyzstan’s president over allegedly fraudulent elections rampaged through a southern city Sunday, burning down a police station and occupying government buildings. (Washington Post — 21 March, 2005)
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