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New feminism should stand together with the new proletariats against female exploitation and violence.
Almazbek Atambayev, president-elect, says US must leave military base in 2014.
More than a year after political and ethnic unrest ravaged the country, voters in the Central Asian state head to polls.
More than a third of candidates say they will reject outcome of Sunday's election, citing voting irregularities.
Voters in Central Asia's only parliamentary democracy go to polls amid concerns process could expose regional tensions.
The Central Asian nation approves new government, solidifying unprecedented moves toward parliamentary democracy.
With 90 per cent of ballots counted, the nationalist Ata Zhurt party leads, but has just 8.7 per cent of the total vote.
Can democracy unite the country only four months after the worst bloodshed in its modern history?
After ethnic unrest, election to pick new parliament in Central Asian nation looks set to produce coalition government.
Vote to pick newly empowered legislature held in Central Asian nation under the shadow of ethnic unrest.
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