Protests erupt in Kazakhstan over fuel price rise

"The government will not fall, but we want mutual trust and dialogue rather than conflict," he said.

Protests have erupted in several Kazakh towns and cities after the Central Asian nation's government lifted price caps on liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and the cost of the popular alternative to gasoline rose.

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