Violent protests in Almaty, Kazakhstan, President Qasim Jomarat orders firing without warning.

Due to the violent protests in Kazakhstan, President Qasim Jomarat has ordered the firing without warning, according to a foreign news agency.

Kazakh President Qasim Jomarat says protests against petrol prices include internally and externally trained terrorists. The state of emergency has been brought under control with the imposition of a state of emergency.

The Kazakh president added that terrorists were still damaging private and government property. The army fired unprovoked shots and planned attacks on the army administration and government property under the guise of protests in the country.

Eighteen security personnel and 26 civilians have been killed in violent protests in Kazakhstan