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Kyrgyz govt threatens force against ousted leader

Kyrgyzstan's interim government warned Sunday it could use force against ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, raising tensions in the Central Asian state vital to US operations in Afghanistan.

"The interim government is prepared to use force in the event that Bakiyev attempts to destabilise the situation," said Omurbek Tekebayev, a deputy head of the interim government said on national radio.

"Bakiyev must resign, and announce his decision to the people," added Tekebayev, a leader of the anti-Bakiyev forces that have seized power in the former Soviet republic, which is home to a US air base.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This situation could morph into a civil war at the speed of light.

The question is, with Russia having recognized the opposition government, what is the US, which has a base headquartered in Manas here, going to do?!?

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