The right to kill

Kyrgyzstan is a former Soviet republic. The country is mainly populated by Kyrgyz people as well as Uzbeks. When Joseph Stalin helped draw up the region’s administrative borders, patches of Uzbek land ended up cutting through Kyrgyz territory. Tensions between those two nations have been high since then. For the past two decades, Kyrgyzstan has borne witness to two large massacres – the most violent of which took place in June 2010…