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Kyrgyz army soldiers and volunteers climb up on their military truck to patrol the outskirts of the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh on Wednesday, June 16, 2010. Heavy arms fire rang out over Osh before dawn Wednesday as authorities struggled to bring order to the country's south, which has been thrust into chaos by days of deadly ethnic riots. The violence has prompted more than 100,000 Uzbeks to flee for their lives to Uzbekistan, with tens of thousands more camped on the Kyrgyz side or stranded in a no man's land. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Alexander Zemlianichenko
Kyrgyz army soldiers and volunteers climb up on their military truck to patrol the outskirts of the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh on Wednesday, June 16, 2010. Heavy arms fire rang out over Osh before dawn Wednesday as authorities struggled to bring order to the country's south, which has been thrust into chaos by days of deadly ethnic riots. The violence has prompted more than 100,000 Uzbeks to flee for their lives to Uzbekistan, with tens of thousands more camped on the Kyrgyz side or stranded in a no man's land. (Associated Press)

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