Kyrgyzstan's interim president said Friday that the death toll from the ethnic clashes that have rocked the country's south could be near 2,000, as she made her first visit to a riot-hit town since the unrest broke out. Kyrgyz Health Ministry officials figures put the number of killed in rampages, led mainly by ethnic Kyrgyz, at 191. "I would increase by ten times the official data on the number of people killed," Interim President Roza Otunbayeva said, according to her spokesman, Farid Niyazov. She said current figures don't take into account those buried before sundown on the day of death, in keeping with Muslim tradition, according to the spokesman.