The residence of the President of Kazakhstan in Alma-Ata is engulfed in fire, loud shots are heard. About it informs TASS.
TASS also notesthat in Alma-Ata all floors of the city hall, which was seized by the protesters, are on fire.
Previously reportedthat in Kazakhstan the Internet was turned off, and also some TV channels interrupted broadcasting.
For the fourth day in Kazakhstan, protests caused by a sharp rise in prices for liquefied gas have not abated. The rallies began on January 2 in Zhanaozen, later the residents of the city were supported in many other settlements. By the evening of January 4, protests, to which the majority of people come out with political demands, gripped most of the country.
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