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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows a building destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows ATM cash machines and payment kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A view shows kiosks that were destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

The picture shows storefronts destroyed during mass protests triggered by fuel price increase in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Protests sparked by rising fuel prices, started in the towns of Zhanaozen and Aktau in western Kazakhstan on January 2 and spread rapidly across the country. On January 5, President Tokayev dismissed the government and declared a 2-week state of emergency in the Mangistau and Almaty regions, as well as in the cities of Almaty and Nur-Sultan.

Kazakhstan Russian Tourists Evacuation
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Kazakhstan Russian Tourists Evacuation

In this handout video grab released by the Russian Defence Ministry, a bullet hole is seen in the glass of the bus in which Russian tourists were travelling from Almaty, Kazakhstan. Twenty-five Russian citizens who were on a tourist trip to one of the ski resorts asked for help from the leadership of the Russian contingent of peacekeepers. All of them have been delivered to Moscow by a military transport aircraft. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use.

Kazakhstan Russian Tourists Evacuation
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Kazakhstan Russian Tourists Evacuation

In this handout video grab released by the Russian Defence Ministry, Russian tourists board a bus to be taken to the Zhetygen airport, outside Almaty, Kazakhstan. Twenty five Russian citizens who were on a tourist trip to one of the ski resorts asked for help from the leadership of the Russian contingent of peacekeepers. All of them have been delivered to Moscow by a military transport aircraft. Editorial use only, no archive, no commercial use.

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