President of Kazakhstan affirms that the riots were an attempted coup by foreign terrorists

President of Kazakhstan affirms that the riots were an attempted coup by foreign terrorists

Almaty, Kazakhstan.- The President of Kazakhstan, Kassym Jomart Tokayev, affirmed that the The disturbances in his country were derived from an “attempted coup” perpetrated by foreign “terrorists”. The riots left a total of 16 dead and more than 1,600 wounded among the security forces, while in terms of the civilian deaths, the data was still … Read more

President of Kazakhstan denounces “an attempted coup”

President of Kazakhstan denounces “an attempted coup”

Kasim-Yomart Tokáev, President of Kazakhstan, announced that his nation faced “An attempted coup”He also assured that all hostilities were coordinated from a center, this after violent demonstrations were registered in the country for several days. The president believes that the protests that took place in recent days were coordinated and that they were raised “as … Read more

Kazakhstan: the reasons for the massive protests that leave dozens dead and why Putin has sent troops to support the government

Kazakhstan: the reasons for the massive protests that leave dozens dead and why Putin has sent troops to support the government

Protests in Kazakhstan on Sunday against rising fuel prices have spread like wildfire across the country. The country’s security forces reported this Thursday the death of tens of anti-government protesters in an operation to restore order in Almaty, the country’s main city. According to a police spokeswoman, these events occurred on Wednesday night, when protesters … Read more

Ex-Kazakh security chief arrested on suspicion of ‘high treason’

Ex-Kazakh security chief arrested on suspicion of ‘high treason’

Karim Masimov, the former chief of Kazakhstan’s National Security Committee (KNB) was arrested earlier this week along with other unidentified suspects as part of a probe into “high treason,” the security agency said on Saturday. The KNB had launched a pre-trial investigation on January 6, it said in a statement, adding that its former chairman, … Read more

Russia sends thousands of ‘Spetsnaz’ special forces troops to Kazakhstan

Russia sends thousands of ‘Spetsnaz’ special forces troops to Kazakhstan

The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, is secretly sending thousands of “Spetsnaz” special forces troops to Kazakhstan to try to crush deadly protests. Many of the 2,500 already dispatched are Spetsnaz or attached to the dreaded GRU military intelligence and another 5,000 that will soon be dispatched are also special forces or airborne troops. The … Read more

Why did Russia get involved in the conflict by sending troops to Kazakhstan?

Why did Russia get involved in the conflict by sending troops to Kazakhstan?

The President of Kazakhstan, Kasim-Yomart Tokaev, I call Moscow to contain the violent protests, so a group of Russians landed in the country to help the local government against the protesters, as Russia got involved in the conflict by sending troops to Kazakhstan. But this Friday, the authoritarian leader indicated that he had ordered the … Read more

President of Kazakhstan orders to open fire on protesters without notice

President of Kazakhstan orders to open fire on protesters without notice

Kasim-Yomart Tokáev, President of Kazakhstan has ordered “to open fire without warning” against the protesters who have put up resistance to the forces of order, this after the violent protests that have occurred in the country since last January 2, which have led to clashes with police and looting. President has branded the protesters criminals, … Read more

Officers kill 26 to end protests in Kazakhstan

Officers kill 26 to end protests in Kazakhstan

Nur-Sultan.- The Kazakh forces have killed 26 people in “counterterrorism” operation carried out mainly in the city of Almaty to end the violent protests shaking the Central Asian country, authorities reported. According to the Interior Ministry, more than 3,000 “criminals” have been arrested and 18 “armed” people have been injured. The authorities previously acknowledged the … Read more

Why the protests in Kazakhstan that Russia has intervened in?

Why the protests in Kazakhstan that Russia has intervened in?

Dozens of anti-government protesters and 12 policemen have died during the protests against rising fuel prices that have spread throughout Kazakhstan, a fact that has even motivated the intervention of Russia. According to police reports, during the night of Wednesday, January 5, riots broke out in Almaty, the main city of the country, where a … Read more

Kazakh police kill dozens of protesters as CSTO deploys troops

Kazakh police kill dozens of protesters as CSTO deploys troops

Police in Kazakhstan have killed dozens of protesters who tried to storm government buildings as a Russia-led military alliance approved a peacekeeping force to the Central Asian country in a bid to quell nationwide unrest. Saltanet Azirbek, spokeswoman for the Kazakh police, told Khabar 24 television channel on Thursday that “extremist forces” had attempted overnight … Read more

Bitcoin suffers after uprising in Kazakhstan: crypto falls almost 6%

Bitcoin suffers after uprising in Kazakhstan: crypto falls almost 6%

Bitcoin has experienced a strong drop as protests continue in Kazakhstan, the second largest mining center in the world, where the Internet was shut down, forcing local miners to turn off their equipment. The world’s leading cryptocurrency has dropped to $ 42,786, marking a daily drop of almost 8.5%, extending the losses recorded during the … Read more

Two security officers beheaded during demonstrations in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Two security officers beheaded during demonstrations in Almaty, Kazakhstan

During the demonstrations and clashes the number of deaths between the security agents of Almaty increased to 13, two of its were beheaded, reported the Kazakh city commander’s office to RIA Novosti. “Thirteen law enforcement officers were killed, including the two bodies with their heads severed,” the source said. The authorities considered the presence de … Read more

Kazakhstan: the reasons behind the massive protests why the government asks Putin for help

Kazakhstan: the reasons behind the massive protests why the government asks Putin for help

Protests in Kazakhstan on Sunday against rising fuel prices have spread like wildfire across the country. The security forces of the Asian country reported this Thursday of the death of a dozen anti-government protesters in an operation to restore order in Almaty, the country’s main city. According to a police spokeswoman, these events occurred on … Read more

Russian-led alliance sends peacekeepers to Kazakhstan

Russian-led alliance sends peacekeepers to Kazakhstan

A military alliance led by Russia said Thursday it will send peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan after the president of the country asked for help to control the protests which escalated into violence, including the seizure and burning of government buildings. Protesters In Kazakhstan’s largest city, they broke into the presidential residence and the mayor’s office … Read more

Protests in Kazakhstan over gas price hikes lead to government resignation

Protests in Kazakhstan over gas price hikes lead to government resignation

The president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokáyev, ceased his government and decreed a state of emergency to the city of Almaty and the province of Mangystau before the massive demonstrations caused by the increase in gas prices. The protests in Kazakhstan led Tokayev to remove Prime Minister Askar Mamin this Wednesday and his Cabinet and to … Read more