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The first contingent of Russian-led coalition forces has left for Kazakhstan.

A statement from the Russian-led military coalition said the first contingent of troops had been sent to help control the unrest in Kazakhstan.

The Russian-led military coalition has sent its first contingent to contain the ongoing unrest in Kazakhstan.

A statement from the Russian-led military coalition said the first contingent of troops had been sent to help control the unrest in Kazakhstan.

According to the statement, Kazakhstan will remain in Kazakhstan until the situation returns to normal. The Kazakh government had asked for help to stop the unrest in the country.

Kazakhstani police, meanwhile, have claimed responsibility for killing dozens of protesters who stormed the parliament building last night.

More than 1,000 people have been injured so far in the riots, according to the Kazakh Ministry of Health. The condition of 62 of the injured is critical.

Kazakhstan unrest: Dozens killed in the crackdown

Kazakhstan is staging a nationwide protest against rising oil prices. Emergency has been declared in the country to control the protests.

The US, UN call for “peace and order” and “respect for constitutional institutions” in Kazakhstan.

The United States has called for “peace and order” and “respect for constitutional institutions” in Kazakhstan.

US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a written statement that the Biden administration was closely monitoring the situation in Kazakhstan.

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