Uighurs given death penalty over riots in Kyrgyzstan.
“It’s a terrible thing, a terrible evil,” said the victim’s nephew, Umar Nijhage.
The attack started Friday night outside a house where Umar’s wife Urdangarin lived with her children in Sberbank, near Erzerum, when the two opened fire.
It is not yet known whether Urdangarin fled the scene or was killed. She was a teacher at Kyrgyzstan’s largest university.
Umar’s cousin, Gergazet Ali, told the AFP news agency he had lost contact with the teacher. “There was no communication and no re바카라sponse. Then a strange man arrived in her home and asked her to tell him what has happened, telling her he will kill her and the children,” Ali said.
“He began to threaten her that this would happen to her children,” Ali added. “At first she was hesitant, but then she agreed, for what reason, he asked her. He took out a knife and stabbed her.”
Urdangarin, an ethnic Uzbek, was killed after turning to get her husband’s body, according to Kyrgyz sources who spoke to AFP on condition of anonymity. The body was then buried in front of her house, they said.
The bodies were later found after Urdangarin’s home was sprayed with firecrackers, officials said.
Police are investigating.
Umbergazet Ali said his uncle 바카라사이트asked police to arrest the man who had threatened him, but was refused.
According to the Kyrgyz news site Novorok, “Umbergazet w더킹카지노as given the death penalty for her crimes.”
Umbergazet’s three children and one stepmother, whose last name is still unknown, survived the attack, police and relatives said.
Umbergazet was married three times before becoming a teacher at the university and married to the second husband of another teacher, Urdangarin.
A relative told Novorok the couple had six children, none of whom went to school.