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Kazakh head says "terrorist act" behind border deaths

yahoo.com (1 year and 10 months ago)

Jun 1, 2012

ASTANA (Reuters) - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said on Friday he believed a "terrorist act" caused the deaths of 14 border guards and a civilian at a border post at the frontier with China. A senior border guard official said on Thursday the charred bodies of at least 12 Kazakh border guards and a local gamekeeper had been discovered at a torched post in southeastern Kazakhstan. The border guard service said on Friday that two more... full story

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