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Kazakhstan’s largest city back online after clashes, blackout

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ALMATY: The internet returned to Kazakhstan‘s largest city Monday after a five-day blackout as deadly clashes left dozens dead and the financial hub of 1.8 million people reeling, an AFP correspondent reported.
Almaty, Kazakhstan’s former capital, had been nearly completely offline since Wednesday, but local and foreign websites were accessible again Monday, which was declared a day of mourning following the worst unrest in the ex-Soviet republic‘s independent history.





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