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Dozens detained at Kazakh protests over activist’s death

Reuters Sunday, 1 March 2020
Police in Kazakhstan detained dozens of opposition supporters on Sunday who took to the streets after the death of an anti-government activist in a detention center.
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Police in Kazakhstan detained dozens of people in the Central Asian country's largest city after an activist's death in jail triggered protests.View on euronews

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'Very Nice!' Kazakhstan uses Borat to woo tourists

Kazakhstan has found itself the center of the joke once again with the release of another movie featuring fictional journalist Borat. However, this time the ex-Soviet state is embracing the joke and has adopted Borat's catch phrase to try to attract tourists. Adam Reed reports.

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