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More than 100 detained at Kazakh rallies demanding democratic reforms (06.06.2020)

More than 100 opposition activists have been detained by police in Kazakhstan where two opposition parties had planned to hold rallies on June 6 in several cities to demand democratic reforms in the Central Asian nation.

Kazakh authorities blame deadly ethnic clashes on 'criminal groups' (01.03.2020)

Kazakh President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev blamed "criminal groups" for the deadly ethnic clashes in the southern region of Zhambyl that claimed 11 lives on February 7-8. … More than 23,000 people, mostly Dungans, fled villages where the violence erupted.

Death toll rises to 10 from ethnically fueled Kazakh clashes (09.02.2020)

The clashes were some of the worst ethnic violence in years in the Zhambyl region, located about 130 kilometers west of Kazakhstan's commercial capital, Almaty … It was unclear what sparked the incidents, which mostly appeared to pit ethnic Kazakhs against Dungans, a Muslim group of Chinese origin.

Kazakhstan: tested by transition (27.11.2019)

A partial handover of political power through an orchestrated transition takes Kazakhstan into uncharted territory. Will it be able to pursue modernization and reform, and break from its authoritarian past?

Kazakh police break up opposition rallies, detain over 50 (21.09.2019)

Police were out in large numbers ahead of the planned unsanctioned action on September 21 in Nur-Sultan, the capital, and Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city … As crowds began to gather to voice their protests against Chinese investment and the continued influence of former President Nursultan...

Kazakh President pledges more democratic freedoms in first state-of-the-nation address (02.09.2019)

Kazakh President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev, in his first state-of-the-nation address following his election in June, has promised to support political competition and pluralism in the tightly controlled Central Asian nation.

Dozens detained in anti-government protests in major Kazakh cities (06.07.2019)

Authorities detained dozens of people in Kazakhstan's two largest cities, as protesters staged the latest in a series of rallies against newly elected President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev.

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