16 July 2019

Town evacuated after munitions depot blasts in Kazakhstan

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The government ordered the evacuation of a town of 44,000 today after a series of blasts at a nearby munitions depot, Kazakhstan’s Defense Ministry said. reports citing Reuters.

The blasts, whose cause was unclear, occurred this morning at a military base near Arys in the Turkestan province.

According to local media, 10 people with injuries had arrived at a hospital in Shynment, Reuters reported.

2019.06.24 / 16:22
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