More than 160 die in Kazakh protests
The Herald|January 10, 2022
MORE than 160 people have been killed in protests that have rocked the country over the past week, Kazakhstan’s health ministry has said.

The figures are a significant rise from previous tallies.

It is not clear if the 164 deaths refer only to civilians or if law enforcement deaths are included.

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