SLIDE SHOW: Kyrgyzstan: Scenes From the Turmoil

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D. Dalton Bennett


A black sign on the front gates of the White House in Bishkek warns that if you cross this fence, you will be shot with live ammunition.


D. Dalton Bennett reports from Kyrgyzstan in
Kyrgyzstan: Scenes From the Turmoil.

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D. Dalton Bennett is based in Kyrgyzstan and is a contributor to EurasiaNet.org.

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