Police officers detain a man after an attack in the centre of Almaty, Kazakhstan, July 18, 2016. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev
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Kazakhstan said Tuesday that a man held over a bloody assault on security forces has confessed to wanting to kill judges, as a fourth police officer died from his wounds.Authorities announced the death toll for Monday's attack on a police station and security building in the nation's financial hub Almaty had risen to six, including four officers.Gunmen went on the rampage in Aktobe near the Russian border on June 5, killing four civilians at two gun stores before they attempted to storm a military base with a hijacked bus, killing three soldiers.At least 18 suspects were killed in a government operation following those attacks.
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