Kyrgyzstan: Language and Media Still Sensitive Subjects in Southern Regions

After two years of rebuilding, ethnic Uzbeks still have few media outlets catering to their minority group. (Photo: David Trilling)

Osh, Kyrgyzstan’s southern capital, is calmer than it’s been in ages. The hostile vibe that has prevailed since inter-ethnic rioting in 2010 seems to be slowly dissipating -- evidenced by the fact that Kyrgyz and (some) Uzbeks can be seen strolling in the city’s parks together on weekends.

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Kyrgyzstan: Language and Media Still Sensitive Subjects in Southern Regions

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