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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath
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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A worker is seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

A worker is seen during restoration works on the roof of the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers are seen during restoration works in the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen during restoration works near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers are seen near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers are seen near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers are seen near the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers have a lunch break during restoration works outside the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Workers stand in a line during a lunch break outside the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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

Workers get food during a lunch break outside the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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Kazakhstan Protests Aftermath

Utility workers stand in a line during a lunch break outside the mayor's office (akimat) burnt 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.

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