Turmoil in Kazakhstan, Protests in Almaty Begin to Subside


Protests in Kazakhstan’s largest city of Almaty are subsiding as the majority of protestors in Almaty are going to their homes, eyewitnesses reported on Wednesday. The sources said that as of 01:00 Moscow time (04:00 local time – Tuesday 22:00Z) “sounds of stun grenades are still heard, but they are becoming rarer.” “Groups of protestors can still be seen in certain streets, and clashes with law enforcement officers take place. Some people are carrying sticks and steel rods, but in general many have already called it a day,” they said.  On January 2, crowds took to the streets in…

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