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Fiery Protests Continue Across Kazakhstan

Protests in Kazakhstan that first broke out on January 2 after a sharp hike in prices for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) are intensifying. On January 5, a government building was set ablaze, and military vehicles moved into downtown Almaty.

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More than 2,000 troops from the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) began withdrawing from Kazakhstan on January 13, Russia said, after being called in to help stabilize the Central Asian nation following deadly unrest.

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Kazakh President Arrives In Almaty Following Deadly Riots.

Kazakh President Arrives In Almaty Following Deadly Riots.

President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev has arrived in Almaty, his first visit to Kazakhstan's largest city since deadly riots last week prompted him to invite troops from the Russian-led CSTO to stabilize the situation amid an apparent standoff with loyal...

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Jon Stewart calls national anthem a 'weird ritual' at games.

Jon Stewart calls national anthem a 'weird ritual' at games.

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Massive cyberattack breaches several Ukrainian government websites.

Massive cyberattack breaches several Ukrainian government websites.

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First lady Jill Biden visits Kentucky to survey tornado recovery efforts.

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Several Ukrainian government websites breached in massive cyberattack.

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More Black men facing joblessness crisis

More Black men facing joblessness crisis

Researchers say the toll of unemployed Black men is costing the U.S. Economy about $50 billion dollars a year. Algernon Austin, director for race and economic justice at the Economic Policy Institute, joins CBSN to discuss. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 ...

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