Although the raging violence between ethnic Kyrgyz and Uzbeks in southern Kyrgyzstan has abated, the hardened feelings and destroyed neighborhoods remain, says Clifford Levy of The New York Times, reporting from the city of Osh.
“Block after block after block of houses were completely destroyed by fire, riddled with bullets,” said Levy. “I was at a house today where they discovered a corpse, and this is after the fighting has been over for four or five days, and they’re still discovering the bodies of Uzbek residents in these neighborhoods.”
He describes more in this slide show:
Tune in to Friday’s NewsHour for more from our interview with Levy.