Police officers use tear gas trying to stop protesters in downtown Bishkek, Kyrgyz capital on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Around 1,000 people gathered in the center of the city for a rally, organized by nationalist politicians Sapar Zhaparov and Kamchibek Tashiyev, ostensibly to demand the nationalization of a controversial gold mine in the east of the Central Asian nation. Police officers protecting the government building, known as the White House, used dogs and smoke bombs to disperse a group of young men who attempted to scale the gates. (AP Photo/ Vladimir Voronin)

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Police officers use tear gas trying to stop protesters in downtown Bishkek, Kyrgyz capital on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Around 1,000 people gathered in the center of the city for a rally, organized by nationalist politicians Sapar Zhaparov and Kamchibek Tashiyev, ostensibly to demand the nationalization of a controversial gold mine in the east of the Central Asian nation. Police officers protecting the government building, known as the White House, used dogs and smoke bombs to disperse a group of young men who attempted to scale the gates.  (AP Photo/ Vladimir Voronin)
Police officers use tear gas trying to stop protesters in downtown Bishkek, Kyrgyz capital on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Around 1,000 people gathered in the center of the city for a rally, organized by nationalist politicians Sapar Zhaparov and Kamchibek Tashiyev, ostensibly to demand the nationalization of a controversial gold mine in the east of the Central Asian nation. Police officers protecting the government building, known as the White House, used dogs and smoke bombs to disperse a group of young men who attempted to scale the gates. (AP Photo/ Vladimir Voronin)
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