BISHKEK (AFP) - Voters in Kyrgyzstan turned out in force for presidential elections Sunday which will determine the path of a divided nation riven by a revolution and deadly ethnic bloodletting in the space of a year. Moderate Prime Minister Almazbek Atambayev is hoping to win outright in the first round to avoid a potentially tight second round run-off against one of the two nationalist challengers who could trouble the West if they won. The stakes are high for Kyrgyzstan after the most turbulent year of its post-Soviet history in 2010, when a popular uprising ousted the regime of Kurmanbek Bakiyev.