New Clashes Near Southern Kyrgyz City Of Osh

At least one person has been killed in Kyrgyzstan as security forces clashed with ethnic Uzbeks near the troubled southern city of Osh, officials say.A man was shot dead in Nariman as the authorities attempted to flush out "militants" behind the recent violence between Kyrgyz and Uzbek people.Human rights activists said the troops had killed two people and injured 20.Kyrgyzstan's interim leader has said as many as 2,000 people may have died in the fighting earlier this month.Officials say at least 208 people were killed in fighting between Kyrgyz people and ethnic Uzbeks around Osh and Jalalabad.But Roza Otunbayeva told a Russian newspaper on Friday that the real toll could be "10 times the official figures".About 400,000 people have fled their homes since the violence erupted on 10 June, with many ethnic Uzbeks crossing into Uzbekistan.Different accountsHuman rights workers say the latest incident occurred when government forces went on patrol in the Uzbek neighbourhood of Nariman."Th