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KYRGYZSTAN
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October 17, 2006 
A veiled woman walks at a market in the town of Kara-Suu at the main Chinese-Kyrgyz ttrading route in... 
Kara-Suu, Kyrgyzstan 
Veiled woman walks at a market in the town of Kara-Suu in southern Kyrgyzstan 
A veiled woman walks at a market in the town of Kara-Suu at the main Chinese-Kyrgyz ttrading route in southern Kyrgyzstan October 16, 2006. Meandering through the Pamir Mountains, at an altitude of up to 3615 meters above sea level, the main trading route between Kyrgyzstan and China is bumpy dust road - the main source of employment in this isolated Central Asian region. Picture taken October 16, 2006. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN) 
KYRGYZSTAN
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October 17, 2006 
A Kyrgyz boy carries a wheelbarrow at a market in the town of Kara-Suu in southern Kyrgyzstan October... 
Kara-Suu, Kyrgyzstan 
Kyrgyz boy carries a wheelbarrow at a market in the town of Kara-Suu in southern Kyrgyzstan 
A Kyrgyz boy carries a wheelbarrow at a market in the town of Kara-Suu in southern Kyrgyzstan October 16, 2006. Meandering through the Pamir Mountains, at an altitude of up to 3615 meters above sea level, the main trading route between Kyrgyzstan and China is bumpy dust road - the main source of employment in this isolated Central Asian region. Picture taken October 16, 2006. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov (KYRGYZSTAN) 
UZBEKISTAN
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May 17, 2005 
A Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the... 
Kara-Suu, Uzbekistan 
A Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the..... 
A Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border May 17, 2005.[ Washington said on Monday it was "deeply disturbed" by reports Uzbek authorities fired on protesters last week, a massacre a rights activist said could herald a new wave of repression in the U.S. ally. Security forces put down the rebellion in Andizhan on Friday, sparked by the trial of 23 Muslim businessmen and blamed by President Islam Karimov on Islamic extremists, in the bloodiest chapter in the country's post-Soviet history.] 
UZBEKISTAN
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May 17, 2005 
A Kyrgyz border guard (R) checks the documents of refugees from Uzbekistan in the village of Kara-Suu... 
Kara-Suu, Uzbekistan 
A Kyrgyz border guard (R) checks the documents of refugees from Uzbekistan in the village of Kara-Su..... 
A Kyrgyz border guard (R) checks the documents of refugees from Uzbekistan in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border May 17, 2005.[ Washington said on Monday it was "deeply disturbed" by reports Uzbek authorities fired on protesters last week, a massacre a rights activist said could herald a new wave of repression in the U.S. ally. Security forces put down the rebellion in Andizhan on Friday, sparked by the trial of 23 Muslim businessmen and blamed by President Islam Karimov on Islamic extremists, in the bloodiest chapter in the country's post-Soviet history.] 
UZBEKISTAN
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May 17, 2005 
Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan... 
Kara-Suu, United Kingdom 
Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at ... 
Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border. A Uzbek resident pushes his bicycle laden with empty gasoline cans in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border May 17, 2005. Washington said on Monday it was "deeply disturbed" by reports Uzbek authorities fired on protesters last week, a massacre a rights activist said could herald a new wave of repression in the U.S. ally. Security forces put down the rebellion in Andizhan on Friday, sparked by the trial of 23 Muslim businessmen and blamed by President Islam Karimov on Islamic extremists, in the bloodiest chapter in the country's post-Soviet history. REUTERS/Vladimir Pirogov 
UZBEKISTAN
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May 17, 2005 
Kyrgyz border guard checks documents of Uzbek refugees in village of Kara-Suu at Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan... 
Kara-Suu, United Kingdom 
Kyrgyz border guard checks documents of Uzbek refugees in village of Kara-Suu at ... 
Kyrgyz border guard checks documents of Uzbek refugees in village of Kara-Suu at Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border. A Kyrgyz border guard (R) checks the documents of refugees from Uzbekistan in the village of Kara-Suu at the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border May 17, 2005. Washington said on Monday it was "deeply disturbed" by reports Uzbek authorities fired on protesters last week, a massacre a rights activist said could herald a new wave of repression in the U.S. ally. Security forces put down the rebellion in Andizhan on Friday, sparked by the trial of 23 Muslim businessmen and blamed by President Islam Karimov on Islamic extremists, in the bloodiest chapter in the country's post-Soviet history. 
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