Protests in Kazakhstan turn violent as president approves "shoot-to-kill"

Protests in Kazakhstan over rising oil prices and government dissatisfaction turned violent as President Nursultan Nazarbayev ordered security forces to "shoot-to-kill" protesters. Imtiaz Tyab has more.

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