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Kyrgyz rivals strike deal on constitution wrangle

Kyrgyzstan’s opposition and supporters of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev said on Tuesday they had struck a deal to defuse a constitutional standoff that flared into clashes between rival protesters. But it was not immediately clear if Bakiyev himself would accept the deal. Protesters camped out in a square in the capital demanding the president’s resignation said they would stay put until they were convinced the agreement will stick. Full Story

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