Backed by troops from Russia, Kazakhstan’s President Kassym Jomart Tokayev claimed that constitutional order had been “mainly restored” after unprecedented clashes between police and anti-government mobs. Tokayev also confirmed shoot at sight orders had been issued and vowed to destroy the “20,000 bandits” who he claimed had attacked Almaty, the biggest metropolis in Kazakhstan.
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