Kyrgyzstan: Partial truth and selective justice: The aftermath of the June 2010 violence in Kyrgyzstan
Six months after the violence which tore through parts of southern Kyrgyzstan in four swift devastating days in June 2010, leaving hundreds dead and hundreds of thousands fleeing their homes, Amnesty International is concerned that the Kyrgyzstani authorities are failing to establish the truth about what happened and provide justice for the thousands of victims of the serious crimes and human rights violations that took place.
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