The death toll in clashes in southern
Kyrgyzstan has reached 208, with 2,101 others injured, according to the Health Ministry of the country on Monday.
Earlier, the Kyrgyzstan interim government has decided to extend a state of emergency in the southern city of Osh and other areas to June 25, Xinhua reported.
"The interim government of Kyrgyzstan extends the state of emergency in the city of
Osh, in Uzgen, in Kara-Suu and in the Aravan district of the Osh region until June 25 inclusively," an official statement said.
The state of emergency imposed after ethnic clashes was due to expire on Sunday.