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Protests in Kazakhstan: in Nur-Sultan, a ghost town, people are now afraid of the regime’s repression

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NUR-SULTAN – The fear of the Kazakh regime is felt as soon as you leave Nazarbayev airport. An army armored car guards the long, snowy and deserted avenue that leads to the city center. The troop of soldiers with rifles slung over their shoulder watches the few foreigners who march silently in the freezing night. Curfew night. From 11pm to 7am no one can leave the house.

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