Some businesses owned by Central Asians have been shuttered, bus services disrupted, and Kyrgyz migrants in Sakha-Yakutia urged to stay home to avoid attacks following two days of demonstrations that took place after police said a Kyrgyz man was suspected of raping a woman in the Russian region’s ca…

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