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Ranokhon, a Uzbek woman who fled the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh, cries while showing photos of her grandchildren, from whom she became separated and whom she had to leave behind, as she waits for permission to cross into Uzbekistan at Jalal-Kuduk, Uzbekistan, on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed the border Tuesday, leaving many camped out on the Kyrgyz side or stranded behind barbed-wire fences in a no man's land. (AP Photo/Anvar Ilyasov)
Photo by: Anvar Ilyasov
Ranokhon, a Uzbek woman who fled the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh, cries while showing photos of her grandchildren, from whom she became separated and whom she had to leave behind, as she waits for permission to cross into Uzbekistan at Jalal-Kuduk, Uzbekistan, on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed the border Tuesday, leaving many camped out on the Kyrgyz side or stranded behind barbed-wire fences in a no man's land. (AP Photo/Anvar Ilyasov)

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