- Kazakhstan makes first brain tumor surgery
Tengrinews file photoNational Center for Neurosurgery in Astana has successfully remove a brain tumor located close to motor cortex - the first such surgery in Kazakhstan.
I had just been offered my first job as a full-time professor at Sam Houston State University near Houston, a position I would take in September. And Robin Williams was on the University of North Carolina campus to shoot a film called “Patch Adams.” His zany comedy had not only delighted but astonished me, as it had hundreds of millions who had watched him on stage, television and movies. So I decided to try to meet him.
Sabina Altynbekova, the 17-year-old Almaty resident whose good looks caused a sensation at last month’s 19-and-under Asian Women’s Volleyball Championships in Taipei.
Kazakhstan has been engaged in a whirlwind of activity to increase foreign investment since Karim Massimov returned to the prime minister’s position in early April.
The hard work during those three months has paid off, with international companies and development banks pledging tens of billions of dollars toward creating infrastructure and diversifying the economy.
A Boston jury’s conviction of 20-year-old Azamat Tazhayakov on charges of obstructing an investigation into the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013 has left some Kazakhs in disbelief.
At times during my journalism career I’ve been amazed to discover that seemingly unrelated stories I’ve done have ended up intertwining.
The seven-year-old Rakhat Aliyev murder case has been a sensational affair because of his prominence, his contention that he’s a dissident rather than a criminal, and his flight from Austria to Malta when Austrian authorities were closing in on him.
A century ago most Kazakhs who lived off the land were herders rather than farmers.
Kazakhstan and Belarus have rejected Russia’s call for the Eurasian Economic Union to limit imports from Ukraine or slap heavy tariffs on them – moves that much of the world sees as a Russian attempt to punish Ukraine for signing a trade agreement with the European Union.
Alua Pikard will be the first to tell you she’s led a charmed professional life.
Two hundred yards from the quiet lapping of waves on the Azov Sea, Volodymyr Shmarra sat on a bench, took a long drag from a cigarette and sighed from fatigue.
Russian food sanctions spur price rises: data Russian authorities have leaned on shops to keep prices steady but data released showed inflation pricking up on goods.
Cameron urges Scotland to stay as business leaders clash over independence British Prime Minister heads to Scotland to make the business case for it remaining part of Britain.
Thai court drops murder charge against ex-PM Abhisit A Thai court dismissed murder charges against former premier Abhisit Vejjajiva and his ex-deputy over a bloody 2010 protest crackdown.
South Korea's Samsung and LG unveil new smartwatches South Korea's Samsung and LG unveiled new smartwatches with upgraded functions and design.
Ex-007 Brosnan back as spy in new action thriller Former 007 star Pierce Brosnan returns to the world of guns and spies in "The November Man."
Kazakhstan makes first brain tumor surgery National Center for Neurosurgery in Astana has successfully remove a brain tumor located close to motor cortex - the first such surgery in Kazakhstan.
Teen cyclists to set off to Vuelta with Astana Pro Team Young Kazakhstani cyclists will depart with Astana Pro Team to Vuelta for training.
- Kazakhstan may leave EEU if its interests are infringed: Nazarbayev 
- Ethnic Kazakhs life in Shanghai 
- Ukraine loves Nazarbayev: Poroshenko 
- Next round of talks on Ukraine crisis to be held in Astana, Kazakhstan 
- Kazakhstan is ready to render humanitarian aid to Ukraine: Nazarbayev 
- Ukraine fighter triggers protest for reinforcements in besieged town 
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