Kyrgyzstan celebrates third anniversary of 'Tulip Revolution'
Thousands of opposition protesters targeted the Kyrgyz capital, storming government buildings.
Troops and police didn't show any resistance to the crowds.
The revolt caused chaos, and widespread looting went on for several days.
President Akayev, who had held power since 1990, was brought down and fled the country.
The country's current leader Kurmanbek Bakiyev came to power as a result of the events.