Opposition groups in Kyrgyzstan say they have seized power after taking control of government buildings in the capital during protests over a parliamentary election.
- Two of Kyrgyzstan’s presidents have been removed in revolts in the past 15 years
- The country’s Interior Minister has been replaced by an opposition figure
- The election results behind the unrest are believed to have been marred by vote buying
President Sooronbai Jeenbekov said the coun…