Eight people dead, several hurt in southern Kazakhstan ethnic conflicts

NUR-SULTAN: A fight and a progression of conflicts in a few towns in Kazakhstan’s southern Zhambyl territory have left eight individuals dead, authorities said.
Inside Minister Yerlan Turgumbayev said on Saturday a few dozen individuals were harmed in the conflicts on Friday in the Jambyl district, around three hours drive from Kazakhstan’s biggest city Almaty and near the outskirt with Kyrgyzstan.
The group conflicted with police, injuring two officials with discharges, and burnt many structures and vehicles. Police have kept 47 individuals and appropriated two shotguns.
Police and the National Guard currently have the circumstance leveled out, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said in an announcement, requesting the administration to find a way to keep up quiet in the towns.
Tokayev said the battling happened in various settlements in the Kordai area of Jambyl district. The video presented via web-based networking media late on Friday night indicated scenes of youngsters, some equipped with clubs, walking along a town street with structures on fire either side.
Kazakhstan’s specialists have not remarked on the inceptions of the battle. The region where the conflicts occurred is home to numerous individuals from the Dungan minority gathering, Muslims of Chinese ethnic starting point.
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