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Uzbekistan reports casualties in unrest, opposition says at least 5 killed

A view shows a truck which was burnt during protests in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022.  KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

A view shows a truck which was burnt during protests in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

A view shows a truck which was burnt during protests in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS
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Uzbek law enforcement officers guard a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022.  KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

Uzbek law enforcement officers guard a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

Uzbek law enforcement officers guard a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS
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An Uzbek law enforcement officer guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022.  KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

An Uzbek law enforcement officer guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

An Uzbek law enforcement officer guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS
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Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev gestures as he meets with local residents in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. Press Service of President of Uzbekistan/Handout via REUTERS

Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev gestures as he meets with local residents in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. Press Service of President of Uzbekistan/Handout via REUTERS

Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev gestures as he meets with local residents in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. Press Service of President of Uzbekistan/Handout via REUTERS
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An Uzbek service member guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022.  KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

An Uzbek service member guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS

An Uzbek service member guards a street in Nukus, capital of the northwestern Karakalpakstan region, Uzbekistan July 3, 2022. KUN.UZ/Handout via REUTERS
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