Civil unrest is threatening to destabilise the oil-rich former Soviet republic in Central Asia and the media is desperate to uncover who’s to blame and the consequences of the uprising.
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A well-known musicians wrongful arrest – returned to his home country of Kyrgyzstan on Monday after authorities in neighbouring Kazakhstan…
The Guardian says a Russian-led military bloc will start withdrawing its troops from Kazakhstan in two days’ time.
The Independent says at least 164 people were killed during protests that erupted in Kazakhstan this week, the country’s health ministry has said.
More than 160 dead in Kazakhstan and a further 1200 are missing. According to the latest reports, on Sunday to…
France24 says Kazakhstan’s largest city was back online and appeared to be returning to normal on Monday, as the nation observed a day of mourning.
The Guardian says Kazakhstan’s president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, has claimed constitutional order has mostly been restored.
The Metro says fresh violence and looting erupted in Kazakhstan on Thursday, as it emerged that two police officers had been beheaded in an escalating revolt.
Kazakhstan protestors silenced as all forms of communications, the internet including 4G and telephone calls have been turned off in…
Dozens” of Kazakhstan protesters have been killed in violent clashes with the police forces on Wednesday night as protestors tried to seize administrative buildings in Kazakhstan.
The Guardian says Russian paratroopers have arrived in Kazakhstan as part of a “peacekeeping” mission by a Moscow-led military alliance.
Sky News says the latest Kazakhstan: Troops from Russia-led alliance to be deployed on ‘peacekeeping’ mission as violent protests continue.
Kazakhstan has declared a state of emergency in the capital and parts of the country after President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev accepted the government’s resignation.