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Russia denies rumours that it fomented Kyrgyz uprising

In today’s international papers we look at the continuing violence in Kyrgyzstan, Cameron and Brown’s bid to win over female voters and the unsolved murder of French woman Sophie Toscan du Plantier in Ireland dating back to 1996 – France is now hoping to extradite the chief suspect. FRIDAY, 9th APRIL, 2010



Articles in today’s international press review:
The Moscow Times: “Eyes turn to Moscow after Kyrgyz Revolution”
Le Figaro: “An uprising that serves Russia’s interests”
Komsomolskaya Pravda : “An uprising caused by Bakiyev’s privatization of the Republic”
The Irish Times: “Warrant issued in Toscan du Plantier murder inquiry”
International Herald Tribune: “Seeking women’s votes, politicians try a new path”
International Herald Tribune: “Why you should go hug a tree”


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