Much like physical marks the conflict left on the city, the damage left in individual lives and on the city as a community is healing in many places—and where it doesn’t heal, it seems at least to fade into the background of other scars, other challenges.

Noah Tucker on Registan.net writes (part 1, part 2) about the situation in Osh, a city in southern Kyrgyzstan, two years after the ethnic clashes between Kyrgyz and Uzbek communities there.