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A view of the ransacked Parliament hall in Bishkek on April 8.
A man looks at a car destroyed during the riots in Bishkek.
Supporters of the Kyrgyz opposition stand in front of a government's building in Bishkek.
A woman walks by the smoke-damaged offices of the general prosecutor in Bishkek on April 8.
A Kyrgyz opposition supporter waves the national flag near the main government building during protests in Bishkek on April 7.
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Protesters throw rocks at Kyrgyz policemen.
Kyrgyz riot police stand together to block a road during an anti-government protest in Bishkek.
Opposition supporters man-handle police officers.
Riot policemen try to protect themselves during clashes with opposition supporters.
A Kyrgyz opposition supporter hands a national flag to a fellow demonstrator standing on a military truck.
Kyrgyz opposition supporters clash with police.
A man bends over an opposition supporter killed during the protests in Bishkek.
Protesters on the streets in Bishkek.
Kyrgyz police officers carry shields.
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