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Police Open Fire on Protesters in Kyrgyzstan
Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the Central Asian nation's main government building amid rioting in the capital. At least four protesters were shot dead.
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Kyrgyzstan Protest

Kyrgyz protesters carry a wounded colleague during clashes with riot police in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Wednesday, April 7, 2010. Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the main government building amid rioting in the capital as protests spread across the Central Asian nation.  

(AP)

Kyrgyzstan Protest

A Kyrgyz protester holds a captured police shield during clashes with police in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Wednesday, April 7, 2010. Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the main government building amid rioting in the capital as protests spread across the Central Asian nation. 

Kyrgyzstan Protest

Kyrgyz police open fire on protestors near the main government buildings in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Wednesday, April 7, 2010. Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the main government building amid rioting in the capital as protests spread across the Central Asian nation.

(AP2010)

Kyrgyzstan Protest

Blooded Kyrgyz police officers huddle together for protection, as they are attacked by protestors in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Wednesday, April 7, 2010, following clashes with police. Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the main government building amid rioting in the capital as protests spread across the Central Asian nation.

(AP)

Police Open Fire on Protesters in Kyrgyzstan

Police in Kyrgyzstan opened fire on thousands of angry protesters who tried to seize the Central Asian nation's main government building amid rioting in the capital. At least four protesters were shot dead.

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