Streets of Kazakhstan's cities strewn with burnt cars and damage in aftermath of protests

1/8/2022 5:28:00 AM

Video shows burnt cars and damaged public buildings across Kazakhstan as police patrol streets

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🇰🇿 Burnt cars and damaged public buildings could be seen across the streets of Kazakhstan 's cities Friday, in the aftermath of brutally crushed protests

Video shows burnt cars and damaged public buildings across Kazakhstan as police patrol streets

Burnt cars and damaged public buildings could be seen across the streets of Kazakhstan's cities Friday, in the aftermath of brutally crushed protests.Kazakhstan protesters seize Almaty airport amid unrest over fuel price rise Videos uploaded online appeared to show both the mayor’s office and the nearby prosecutor’s office on fire as well on Wednesday.Main image: Protests have erupted in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, after fuel price rise.2,500 soldiers of the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) are headed for Kazakhstan.

Security forces appeared to have reclaimed the streets of Kazakhstan's main city on Friday, a day after Russian paratroopers arrived to help quash an uprising in which dozens of people have been killed and public buildings torched. Police patrolled the debris-strewn streets of Almaty after the worst violence that oil-rich Kazakhstan, long viewed as a bastion of stability in volatile Central Asia, has experienced in three decades of independence. The situation is most acute in Almaty, the capital Nur-Sultan and the western oil province of Mangistau, all of which are now under a state of emergency. Dozens have died and public buildings across Kazakhstan have been ransacked. Protests are spreading across Kazakhstan over rising fuel prices. The uprising has prompted a military intervention by Moscow at a time of high tension in East-West relations as Russia and the United States gear up for talks next week on the Ukraine crisis. Protesters are seen as they enter the governor’s office in Almaty, Kazakhstan (Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) The rallies, which are the largest to be held in the former Soviet republic in more than a decade, have now morphed into a protest against the political elite and a call for improved living standards for ordinary people. Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev blamed foreign-trained terrorists for the unrest, without providing evidence. Gunfire continued Thursday evening, with witnesses saying downtown Almaty had turned into a 'war zone'.

. Meanwhile, Armenian prime minister Pashinyan said that an unspecified number of peacekeepers would go to Kazakhstan to stabilise the situation.

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This is the result of years of bottled up anger by Kazakhs fuelled by a corrupt and insensitive leadership. And later they get offended when are called shit holes PritiPatel & CressidaDick must be sitting in a puddle after watching this brutal police/army suppression of public protest.

Why are violent protests rocking Kazakhstan? Kazakhstan protests explained Mr Putin collecting pieces back Because the CIA are trying to create more problems for Russia Cause all the Russian troops are looking the other way to the Ukraine border?

Violent clashes in Kazakhstan amid fuel protests – in picturesFuel price rises have triggered protests in Almaty, the country’s commercial capital and largest city, and other cities fun fact: setting everything on fire, always reduces fuel costs. this is a foreign funded protest

Russian force of 2,500 peacekeepers move into KazakhstanThe forces from Russia's 'mini NATO' will stay in Kazakhstan for several days or weeks. The first CSTO troops arrived today after the Kazakh President appealed overnight to the Russian-led security bloc. This is how we should have handled the 1/6 domestic terrorists. For all those who are new to this working from home Bitcoin trading options Here's a little tip: Get a trusted Bitcoin expert and stick to him Arnoldnike93 Invest and play at similar times each day. Because : In times of chaos, your investment is your anchor to success⚖️ Hundreds of civilian murdered by Russian and Regime puppets. A war crime!

Russia-led troops to be sent to Kazakhstan as president calls protesters ‘terrorists’The presidential residence and mayor’s office in Almaty were set on fire, according to reports Organizer of the US protests .... What would be the move

Putin taking a risk in Kazakhstan and may hope for rewardAnalysis: CSTO may be an alliance but decision to intervene was almost certainly taken in Moscow What risk? For centuries Russia has lived by the principle: What doesn't kill us makes us stronger... ये भूख कब खत्म होगी तुम लोगो की

Putin sends troops to quash Kazakhstan riots as 18 killed with 3 beheadings Kazakhstan officials have claimed 'foreign terrorists' sparked violence in the country. The violence started as a protest against a New Year’s Day fuel price hike This will distract Putin from the Ukraine fixation.

Burnt cars and damaged public buildings could be seen across the streets of Kazakhstan's cities Friday, in the aftermath of brutally crushed protests.Kazakhstan protesters seize Almaty airport amid unrest over fuel price rise Videos uploaded online appeared to show both the mayor’s office and the nearby prosecutor’s office on fire as well on Wednesday.Main image: Protests have erupted in Kazakhstan’s largest city, Almaty, after fuel price rise.2,500 soldiers of the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) are headed for Kazakhstan.

Security forces appeared to have reclaimed the streets of Kazakhstan's main city on Friday, a day after Russian paratroopers arrived to help quash an uprising in which dozens of people have been killed and public buildings torched. Police patrolled the debris-strewn streets of Almaty after the worst violence that oil-rich Kazakhstan, long viewed as a bastion of stability in volatile Central Asia, has experienced in three decades of independence. The situation is most acute in Almaty, the capital Nur-Sultan and the western oil province of Mangistau, all of which are now under a state of emergency. Dozens have died and public buildings across Kazakhstan have been ransacked. Protests are spreading across Kazakhstan over rising fuel prices. The uprising has prompted a military intervention by Moscow at a time of high tension in East-West relations as Russia and the United States gear up for talks next week on the Ukraine crisis. Protesters are seen as they enter the governor’s office in Almaty, Kazakhstan (Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) The rallies, which are the largest to be held in the former Soviet republic in more than a decade, have now morphed into a protest against the political elite and a call for improved living standards for ordinary people. Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev blamed foreign-trained terrorists for the unrest, without providing evidence. Gunfire continued Thursday evening, with witnesses saying downtown Almaty had turned into a 'war zone'.

. Meanwhile, Armenian prime minister Pashinyan said that an unspecified number of peacekeepers would go to Kazakhstan to stabilise the situation.