Kazakhstan: From Bishkek to Belfast, protests mark anniversary of Zhanaozen massacre

Justice for oil workers and their families!

Protests and a cultural commemoration were held in cities around the world to mark one year since the massacre of oil workers and family members in the city of Zhanaozen, western Kazakhstan, on 16 December 2011, by state forces.

Campaign Kazakhstan reports on some of the protest events that took place in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Petersburg (Russia), London (UK), Stockholm (Sweden) and Belfast (N Ireland).

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