The leader of Kazakhstan says constitutional order ‘mainly restored’ amid unrest

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Demonstrators denouncing the doubling of prices for liquefied gas, among other grievances, have clashed with police in Kazakhstan

The president of Kazakhstan on Friday declared that constitutional order was “mainly restored” but “terrorists are still using weapons and are damaging people’s property” and would be dealt with.

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