Kazakh president gives shoot-to-kill order to quell protests

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By Olzhas Auyezov ALMATY (Reuters) -Security forces appeared to have reclaimed the streets of Kazakhstan’s main city on Friday after days of violence, and the Russian-backed president said he had ordered his troops to shoot to kill to put down a countrywide uprising. A day after Moscow sent paratroopers to help crush the insurrection, police were patrolling the debris-strewn streets of Almaty, although some gunfire could still be heard. Dozens have died and public buildings across Kazakhstan https://www.reuters.com/markets/currencies/stability-turmoil-whats-going-kazakhstan-2022-01-06 have bee…

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