Scenes of Osh, Kyrgyzstan

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by Joshua Foust on 10/19/2011 · 1 comment

From the skyline to some farm animals, to cars and walks in the park, Osh is more than just ethnic cleansing and broken politics.

There is a new mosque, almost finished near the foot of Sulaiman Hill.

A lovely cafe to eat shashlyk.

Shashlyk. Need I say more?

The unidentifiable fly covered hanging Central Asian meats we all know is secretly delicious.

These kids owned that soccer field, and wanted to make sure I knew about it.

There was a great Top Gear episode about these infernal machines. Destroy them all, with riots and fire.

A lovely autumn walk home along the Ak-Bura River.

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Joshua Foust is a Fellow at the American Security Project and the author of Afghanistan Journal: Selections from His research focuses primarily on Central and South Asia. Joshua is a correspondent for The Atlantic and a columnist for PBS Need to Know. Joshua appears regularly on the BBC World News, Aljazeera, and international public radio. Joshua's writing has appeared in the Columbia Journalism Review, Foreign Policy’s AfPak Channel, the New York Times, Reuters, and the Christian Science Monitor. Follow him on twitter: @joshuafoust

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John Walker October 31, 2011 at 8:37 am

Wow!!! Osh is awwesssommmeee!! They have shashlyk and cars??? Wowwooww wiewwaa.

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