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Bodies of 2 US crew found at Kyrgyzstan crash site

Search teams on Saturday found the bodies of two American crew members near where their military refueling plane crashed in the rugged mountains of Kyrgyzstan, while the third crew member was still missing, the emergencies minister of the Central Asian nation said.Full story

U.S. military plane crashes in southern Kyrgyzstan

BISHKEK (Reuters) - A U.S. military refueling plane exploded in mid air and crashed in southern Kyrgyzstan on Friday, the Central Asian country's Emergencies Ministry said. Full story

Insight: Young nation Kyrgyzstan fights over gold at top of the world

KUMTOR, Kyrgyzstan (Reuters) - In an impoverished young nation with a habit of overthrowing its rulers, the future now balances on a mountain of gold at the top of the world, where the air is so thin collapsing visitors may be rushed to a pressure chamber for oxygen. Full story

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