Kazakhstan arrests ex-intelligence agency chief for treason
15 January 2022 | 6:08 am
Security forces appeared to have quelled massive riots in Kazakhstan although the political situation remains volatile. Karim Massimo, a close ally of former president Nursultan Nazarbayev, is now suspected of treason.
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