I remember becoming conscious of Kyrgyzstan for the first time when in march 2005 I watched on TV Asiatic looking men surging toward an imposing soviet-style administrative building. Once inside the building they started to vandalise and loot anything they found and soon after a few men appeared on the roof of the building, brandishing a flag.
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