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Fresh violence in Kazakhstan after Russia sends troops to put down uprising

Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, after authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
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Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, after authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva

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Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022, in this still image taken from video.  Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS
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Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022, in this still image taken from video. Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A man stands in front of the mayor\u0027s office building which was torched during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A man stands in front of the mayor's office building which was torched during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022. Russian paratroopers have been deployed to Kazakhstan as part of a peacekeeping force that includes troops from four other former Soviet republics. Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS
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Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022. Russian paratroopers have been deployed to Kazakhstan as part of a peacekeeping force that includes troops from four other former Soviet republics. Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022. Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS
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Russian servicemen board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan, at an airfield outside Moscow, Russia January 6, 2022. Collective Security Treaty Organisation/Handout via REUTERS

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A Kazakh service member walks near an armoured personnel carrier following the protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A Kazakh service member walks near an armoured personnel carrier following the protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Kyrgyz service members board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan amid mass protests in the country, as part of a peacekeeping mission of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS
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Kyrgyz service members board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan amid mass protests in the country, as part of a peacekeeping mission of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Kyrgyz service members load vehicles and equipment and board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS
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Kyrgyz service members load vehicles and equipment and board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Kyrgyz service members board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan amid mass protests in the country, as part of a peacekeeping mission of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS
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Kyrgyz service members board a military aircraft heading to Kazakhstan amid mass protests in the country, as part of a peacekeeping mission of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation, at Kant military air base, Kyrgyzstan January 7, 2022. Defense Ministry of Kyrgyzstan/Handout via REUTERS

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Demonstrators clash with law enforcement officers during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Aktobe, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. Interior Ministry of Kazakhstan/Handout via REUTERS
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Demonstrators clash with law enforcement officers during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Aktobe, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. Interior Ministry of Kazakhstan/Handout via REUTERS

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, after authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
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Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, after authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A man stands in front of the mayor\u0027s office building which was torched during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A man stands in front of the mayor's office building which was torched during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva
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Troops are seen at the main square where hundreds of people were protesting against the government, in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Mariya Gordeyeva

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A vehicle that was burned during the protests triggered by fuel price increase is seen on a road in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A vehicle that was burned during the protests triggered by fuel price increase is seen on a road in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Demonstrators clash with law enforcement officers during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Aktobe, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. Interior Ministry of Kazakhstan/Handout via REUTERS
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Demonstrators clash with law enforcement officers during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Aktobe, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. Interior Ministry of Kazakhstan/Handout via REUTERS

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A burned car is seen inside the Presidential Residence which was stormed by demonstrators during the protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A burned car is seen inside the Presidential Residence which was stormed by demonstrators during the protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

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A truck that was burned during the protests triggered by fuel price increase is seen in front of the Presidential Residence in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A truck that was burned during the protests triggered by fuel price increase is seen in front of the Presidential Residence in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 6, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A view shows a damaged room inside the mayor\u0027s office building after it was stormed by demonstrators during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer
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A view shows a damaged room inside the mayor's office building after it was stormed by demonstrators during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer

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Debris litters the floor of the mayor\u0027s office building after it was stormed by demonstrators during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer
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Debris litters the floor of the mayor's office building after it was stormed by demonstrators during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer

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A damaged police car is seen near the mayor\u0027s office during protests in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer
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A damaged police car is seen near the mayor's office during protests in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer

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Damaged cars are seen near the mayor\u0027s office during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer
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Damaged cars are seen near the mayor's office during protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer

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Kazakh law enforcement officers are seen on a barricade during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Kazakh law enforcement officers are seen on a barricade during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

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A Kazakh police officer sits inside a police van with a broken window during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A Kazakh police officer sits inside a police van with a broken window during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

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Demonstrators ride a truck during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Demonstrators ride a truck during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

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Kazakh law enforcement officers block a street during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Kazakh law enforcement officers block a street during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Kazakh law enforcement officers are seen on a barricade during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Kazakh law enforcement officers are seen on a barricade during a protest triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
People walk along a road during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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People walk along a road during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
People attack a police minivan during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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People attack a police minivan during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
People use flashlights during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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People use flashlights during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 4, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
Kazakh law enforcement officers detain a man during a protest against LPG cost rise following authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Kazakh law enforcement officers detain a man during a protest against LPG cost rise following authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

2022年 1月 8日 1:29 AM JST
A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities\u0027 decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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A view shows a burning police car during a protest against LPG cost rise following the Kazakh authorities' decision to lift price caps on liquefied petroleum gas in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev

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