U.S. says Kazakh verdict silences opposition
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U.S. says Kazakh verdict silences opposition

Almaty : Kazakhstan | Oct 09, 2012 at 1:55 AM PDT
Source: Reuters
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Topics Vladimir Kozlov, leader of the unofficial Alga! party, looks out from a glass-walled cage during his trial in the Kazakh city of Aktau October 8, 2012. The United States on Tuesday accused Kazakhstan of using its justice system to "silence opposition voices" after a prominent critic of President... FULL ARTICLE AT Reuters
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