Almost 140 people seek medical assistance after riots in Kyrgyzstan

  13 August 2019    Read: 888
Almost 140 people seek medical assistance after riots in Kyrgyzstan

A total of 139 people have sought medical assistance after riots in Kyrgyzstan on August 7-8, the Central Asian republic’s Health Ministry told TASS, AzVision.az reports.

"Some 139 people have received medical assistance as of today," the ministry said.

Riots broke out in Kyrgyzstan on Aug. 7 amid a special operation to detain former President Almazbek Atambayev, who was accused of corruption and stripped of his immunity, in his hometown Koi-Tash near Bishkek.


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