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Soaring prices hit Kyrgyzstan
UN says many are struggling to feed themselves following ethnic violence.
Last Modified: 17 Sep 2010 16:05 GMT


Kyrgyzstan's ongoing conflict has had a devastating effect on the country's economy.

The ethnic violence that erupted in June has disrupted trade networks, leading to a massive increase in food and fuel prices.

The United Nation says more than a quarter of the population across the country are stuggling to get sufficient food.

Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier Walker reports from southern Kyrgyzstan.

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