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15 Jun 2010 20:02 GMT
Deadly battles have erupted in southern Kyrgyzstan, killing scores and injuring more than 1,800 people [AFP]
People fleeing their homes have flocked to the Uzbek border since the fighting between ethnic Uzbeks and Kyrgyz started [AFP]
Aid agencies have said the death toll could be much higher than figures reported by the health ministry [AFP]
Tens of thousands of people have crossed the Uzbek-Kyrgyz border [AFP]
On Monday Uzbekistan ordered its border closed, saying it had no capacity to cope with more refugees [AFP]
Makeshift camps have been set up for the people seeking shelter [AFP]
Some people have accused Kyrgyzstan government forces of taking part in the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks [AFP]
Fires set by rioters have destroyed homes and businesses in Osh [AFP]
There have been claims that Kurmanbek Bakiyev, the ousted Kyrgyz president, orchestrated the conflict, along with his supporters [AFP]
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