Kazakhstan crisis, major prize on the Geopolitical Chessboard [Part 1]
The Duran: Episode 1186 – Part 1
Moscow: Events in Kazakhstan Are Attempt to Undermine Security of State, Inspired From Abroad
On 2 January, Kazakhstan was hit by protests in the wake of a spike in fuel prices. The riots turned violent on 4 January, leading to clashes between protesters and the police, looting, killings, and deepening insecurity. The president has declared a nationwide state of emergency.
Bitcoin dives after Kazakhstan kills internet
Former Soviet republic, world’s second-largest mining hub, is facing major internet disruptions amid nationwide anti-government protests Bitcoin has seen a sharp decline as protests continue in Kazakhstan, the world’s second-largest mining hub, where internet was shut down, forcing local miners to switch off their equipment.