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11 terrorism suspects from Kazakhstan wanted abroad 30 сентября 2011, 16:16

11 sanctions are issued in absentia for the ones wanted outside of Kazakhstan in foreign countries: Atyrau court.
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Kazakhstan law-enforcement authorities are searching abroad for 11 more people suspected of terrorism, Interfax-Kazakhstan reports citing Atyrau court No.2. "City court has approved arrest of 39 terrorism suspects. 11 sanctions have been issued in absentia for the ones wanted outside of Kazakhstan in foreign countries,” press-secretary of the oblast court Boranbai Galiyev said. Earlier Tengrinews.kz English reported that Atyrau police apprehended 18 people suspected of preparing terrorist attacks. The operation on apprehension of the criminals was held on August 29. One of the members of the group resisted arrest and was killed with return fire.


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