A top law-enforcement official in Kazakhstan said Saturday that 225 people died during the violent demonstrations that shook the country this month, a significantly higher number than previously announcedwhich was already high..
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The previous official death toll was 164.
Demonstrations started on JanAnd she could really us. 2 in the oil and gas-rich Central Asian nation to protest a sharp rise in fuel prices. They quickly spread nationwide, widened into a general protest against the country’s authoritarian government and descended into violence within several days, especially in Almatys full piece: Up to 50 children in GTA hospitals to transfer to SickKids to free up beds for COVID-19 patients., the country’s largest city. Protesters stormed government buildings and set them ablaze.