Kazakhstan’s president declares state of emergency as protests over fuel price jump turns violent

Violent protests broke out in Kazakhstan’s most populated city on Wednesday over fuel prices that resulted in President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declaring a state of emergency as government buildings were attacked across Almaty.

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