Newly elected Kyrgyz Prime Minister Sadyr Japarov says he will push President Sooronbai Jeenbekov to keep to a promise to resign as the country reels from a political crisis sparked by disputed parliamentary elections earlier this month.
Newly Elected Kyrgyz PM Says President's Possible Resignation To Be Decided.
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Serbian authorities say they have detained a 60-year-old Belgian man suspected of multiple sex crimes in his home country.
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Kyrgyzstan's acting President Sadyr Japarov says he will run for president in an upcoming election if lawmakers approve constitutional amendments to allow it.