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Kazakhstan: 'Ethnic clashes' kill eight, injure dozens

BBC News Saturday, 8 February 2020
The village of Masanchi is now under the control of the police and armed guard, says the president.
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News video: Clashes in border Kazakh village kill 8 and injure at least 40 others

Clashes in border Kazakh village kill 8 and injure at least 40 others 01:57

Eight people died and more than 40 others were injured during clashes in southern Kazakhstan. The government is trying to understand what sparked the riots. It is believed they involved the local Dungans Muslim minority,View on euronews

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