BISHKEK - Thousands of Kyrgyz prisoners have ended a 10-day hunger strike against jail conditions that saw 1,200 inmates sew up their lips in protest, an official said on Saturday. “All the prisoners in Kyrgyzstan have ceased their hunger strike,” the deputy head of the prisons service Kubanychbek Kenenbayev told reporters, saying that a women’s prison in the village of Stepnoe was the last to agree. The hunger strike came after the prison authorities tightened the regime in Kyrgyz jails following riots that broke out in a Bishkek prison on January 16, apparently over the transfer of a criminal boss to a different jail.