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11 Apr 2010 12:58 GMT | Asia
Kurmanbek Bakiyev, the ousted president of Kyrgyzstan, says he is ready to bear full responsibility for the aftermath of the country's April 7 uprising if an independent commission finds him at fault.
Bakiyev, who fled the capital, Bishkek, on Wednesday after violent anti-government protests, said he is inviting an international commission to investigate the clashes, in which 81 people were killed.
But he told Al Jazeera that he is also calling on the United Nations to send a peacekeeping force to Kyrgyzstan, to stop what he called "criminal elements" from growing in the country.
Source: Al Jazeera
Self-proclaimed interim leader says ousted president may face trial over unrest deaths.
Poverty remains concern for residents in aftermath of unrest that forced president to flee.
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