- Grim reality of Kazakhstani rehab centres for abused children
Screen caption from YouTube videoThe grim reality of Kazakhstan’s Centers for Adaptation of Underage startles with adults’ inhumanity and cruelty towards abused children.
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.
One of the things I’ve learned as a journalist is that if you want to skewer someone, the most effective way may not be to criticize them directly.
Five memorable moments at World Cup opening ceremonies ahead of the 2014 edition in Sao Paulo.
At first glance it looked like a ho-hum news story about a justice-system procedural matter – the transfer of two Ukrainians that a Kazakhstan military court had convicted of bribery to a prison in their homeland.
There’s an old saying that an army travels on its stomach.
High-flying hopes of nonexistent planes in Kazakhstan The first aircraft plant in Kazakhstan has not produced a single flying plane. Why?
Armenia to become full member of EEU in January: Armenian PM Armenia will become a full member of the the EEU on January 1, 2015, and signing of the documents on its accesion will mostly likely take place in October.
Grim reality of Kazakhstani rehab centres for abused children The grim reality of Kazakhstan’s Centers for Adaptation of Underage startles with adults’ inhumanity and cruelty towards abused children.
Kazakhstan steps up space research The Tian Shan Astronomical Observatory in the mountains near Almaty, Kazakhstan has completed modernising its two telescopes.
Movie with Kazakh composer's soundtracks shortlisted for Toronto Film Festival American Heist movie directed by Russian Sarik Andreasyan was shortlisted for the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.
Climate change ravaging Antarctic fur seals: study A food shortage likely caused by climate change is shrinking a South Antarctic fur seal colony and changing the profile of its surviving members, researchers said.
President Nazarbayev writes Golovkin: 2 days to Golovkin-Geale fight Kazakhstani diplomats passed Golovkin a letter signed by President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Brazil construction magnate Norberto Odebrecht dies at 93 Norberto Odebrecht, founder of the Brazilian construction company behind large-scale infrastructure projects including several World Cup stadiums, was buried Sunday after dying of heart failure. He was 93.
- Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan exchange blows as latter prepares to join Customs Union 
- In the footsteps of a great Kazakh traveler 
- Kazakh tycoon's legal team doubt French justice 
- Kazakhstan and Russia discuss extending sales contract for Karachaganak gas 
- MH17 black boxes to be sent to UK lab: Malaysia 
- Beetles devour George Harrison tribute tree 
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