The ongoing crisis
Whole neighbourhoods in Osh are destroyed and the army is accused of murder.
Navi Pillay states that Kyrgyzstan is detaining hundreds of people and using torture on some of them during the ongoing crisis.
Minority Uzbeks accuse the majority Kyrgyz of carrying out genocide in the southern cities of Osh and Jalal-Abad.
Tensions remain high in Kyrgyzstan, with police patrolling the streets and special forces standing guard in the city of Osh and Jalal-Abad, after ethnic clashes left more than 100 people dead and about 1,400 others injured since fighting broke out Thursday night.
150 paratroopers from Russia arrived to Kant, Kyrgyzstan on Sunday.
Roza Otunbayeva, Kyrgyzstan's interim president, asks Russia to send troops to quell ethnic violence in the southern city of Osh.
Kyrgyzstan's interim government gives shoot-to-kill powers to security forces.
Riots erupt in the southern city of Osh killing at least 45, and injuring over a hundred others. The violence comes just over two months after violent riots in Bishkek toppled Kurmanbek Bakiyev's government, and only days ahead of a critical constitutional referendum.
President Kurmanbek Bakiyev escapes Bishkek, purportedly to a southern region of the country through Osh. He refuses to resign, but admits he's lost control of the Kyrgyz military.