Friday, July 1, 2022


Kazakhstan puts unrest death toll at 225

The figure includes civilians and armed 'bandits' killed by security forces.

Russian troops to quit Kazakhstan, says president, taking aim at the elite

Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed victory in defending Kazakhstan from what he described as a foreign-backed terrorist uprising.

UN slams Kazakhstan after soldiers seen wearing UN helmets amid unrest

Photos posted on social media showed several soldiers in Kazakhstan's main city of Almaty dressed in military fatigues and wearing blue helmets with UN insignia.

Kazakhstan’s internet shutdown leaves millions in the dark during unrest

The streets of Kazakhstan's biggest city Almaty returned to near-normal after the worst violence in three decades of post-Soviet independence, with thousands of people detained and some public buildings torched.

164 dead, nearly 6,000 held in Kazakhstan unrest

The interior ministry put property damage at around 175 million euros or US$199 million.

Apa ada dengan Kazakhstan?

Tokayev mengisystiharkan darurat nasional dua minggu, menggantung perkhidmatan internet dan meminta bantuan ketenteraan dari Rusia.

Kazakh leader rejects talks, tells forces to ‘shoot to kill’

Long seen as one the most stable of the ex-Soviet republics of Central Asia, energy-rich Kazakhstan is facing its biggest crisis in decades.

Kazakh president says constitutional order mostly restored

He says local authorities are in control of the situation although 'terrorists' are still using weapons and damaging property.

Russia sends troops to put down deadly Kazakh uprising

Internet has been shut down across the country and the full extent of the violence is impossible to confirm.

Kazakhstan government resigns after violent protests over fuel price

Police used tear gas and stun grenades to drive hundreds of protesters out of the main square in Almaty and clashes resumed on Wednesday.

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