Kazakh leader rejects talks and tells forces to 'shoot to kill'

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Kazakhstan's president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev dismisses calls for talks with protesters as "nonsense" after days of unprecedented unrest. He authorises his forces to "shoot to kill without warning", in his third televised address to the nation this week.

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