(AP, Bishkek) Opposition leaders in Kyrgyzstan say they have formed a new acting government in the Central Asian nation.

 

The announcement was made Wednesday on a state television channel that opposition members stormed and seized in the capital of Bishkek.

(AP, Bishkek) Opposition leaders in Kyrgyzstan say they have formed a new acting government in the Central Asian nation.

 

The announcement was made Wednesday on a state television channel that opposition members stormed and seized in the capital of Bishkek.

 

Temir Sariyev, an opposition party leader, told The Associated Press that a coalition of politicians had agreed on a new prime minister as well as a new interior minister and new security chief.

 

Officials say 40 people have been killed and more than 400 wounded Wednesday in clashes with police trying to quell the anti-government uprising.

 

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