Traffic through the Channel Tunnel connecting Britain and France was suspended after around 100 migrants entered the French side of the tunnel complex, the company operating it said in a statement.
yesterday, 18:13Channel Tunnel traffic suspended after migrant intrusion: Eurotunnel
yesterday, 18:04Erdogan urges Putin to change mind over Syria bombing
yesterday, 17:57Some foreign leaders 'using' Europe's refugee crisis: Tusk
yesterday, 17:49Small is beautiful: models under 1.30 metres wow Paris
yesterday, 17:32Brazil president reshuffles cabinet to avert disaster
yesterday, 17:15Facts about 'routine' mass shootings in the US
yesterday, 16:23Staff ends strike at London's National Gallery
yesterday, 16:13Trump pulls out of event at US Hispanic chamber
yesterday, 13:09Ukraine local elections will not take place in 2015: Hollande
yesterday, 11:29Janet Jackson returns to channel late brother
yesterday, 10:06Chechen strongman calls on Kremlin to send local troops to Syria
02 october, 16:11Gorbachev says health improving, can walk again
02 october, 16:04Bankruptcy 'only option' for Russia's Transaero airline: minister
02 october, 16:01Merkel has 'good chance' of winning Nobel Peace Prize: report
02 october, 15:50'Most valuable art collection ever' on show in Hong Kong
02 october, 15:39Chris Brown thanks 'strong New Zealand women' for support
02 october, 15:31Swazi princess weaves royal raps in defence of monarchy
02 october, 15:24Brain research gets $100 million boost
02 october, 14:57Israel PM imposes silence on UN over Iran deal
02 october, 14:50Spain's general election set for December 20: PM
02 october, 13:12Kazakhstan mulling privatization of oil refineries
02 october, 11:38Clinton urges gun control after deadly Oregon shooting
02 october, 11:04North Korea at UN calls for peace treaty
02 october, 08:48'Fight or flight': student at Oregon school shooting
01 october, 20:11Optimistic forecasts for Kazakhstani oil sector: 10th KazEnergy Forum
01 october, 19:00Nibali of Astana Pro Team wins Tre Valli Varesine
01 october, 17:19Europe risks being 'destabilized' by migrant crisis: Hungary PM
01 october, 16:27State Dept releases latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails
01 october, 16:14Trump would send home Syrian refugees
01 october, 15:50VW revs up recall plan, hunts for culprits in pollution scam
01 october, 15:29Turkish PM at UN calls for refugee 'safe zone' in Syria
01 october, 15:04Canas rescues historic point for Kazakhstan's Astana
01 october, 14:52Petrol prices in Kazakhstan depend on Russian ruble: Shkolnik
01 october, 14:15'Who likes to pay tax? You don't, I don't': IMF chief
01 october, 09:35Kerry: US not against Russian strikes, but Assad must go
30 september, 18:52Kazakh kawaii Sabina Altynbekova transfers to Japanese GSS Sunbeams
30 september, 18:37Nazarbayev meets with foreign leaders in New York
30 september, 18:30Platini "still determined" to run for FIFA presidency
30 september, 18:12Kazakhstan ready to contribute to global development
30 september, 17:47ADB predicts Kazakhstan's GPD to slow down to 1.5 percent in 2015
30 september, 17:41Putin wins parliament approval for Syria air strikes
30 september, 17:32Catalan leader slams lawsuit over breakaway vote
30 september, 16:38Kazakhstani mountaineer in Hollywood film, Everest
30 september, 14:42Noreum Machi bring traditional Korean music to Astana Opera on October 4
30 september, 13:56Russia to propose draft UN Security Council resolution on 'battling terrorism'
30 september, 13:31Obama says Assad must go, revs up coalition against IS
30 september, 12:48Kazakh engineer builds revolutionary LEGO-like toy robot
30 september, 11:44Germany pledges 100 mln euros for refugees
29 september, 20:36Football: Astana host Galatasaray in Kazakhstan's first CL game
29 september, 19:40Emir Baigazin to confess his love for Almaty in his new film Over the City
29 september, 19:28New CEO appointed at Kazmunaigas EP
29 september, 19:10Aral Sea poses threat to the world: Nazarbayev
29 september, 16:18Hungary PM aims to meet Ban before mooted border closure
29 september, 16:08Yahoo to spin off Alibaba stake despite tax question
29 september, 16:01VW says 1.8 mn commercial vehicles fitted with emission-cheating software
29 september, 15:47Busan film festival fuels Asia's booming movie market
29 september, 15:12Kendrick Lamar to make orchestra debut in Washington
29 september, 14:22'Cheers' but no cheer: Obama and Putin's grim toast
29 september, 13:55Irtysh River to be used for salvation of dying Aral Sea: Kazakh Ministry of Energy
29 september, 13:00NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria
29 september, 12:47France cautiously backs Putin call for Syria coalition
29 september, 12:04Liquid water found on Mars: NASA
29 september, 11:52Armani looks back to the future
29 september, 11:09Trump wants to lower taxes, except for very rich
29 september, 10:44Less than a quarter of cancer patients have access to safe surgery: study
28 september, 19:22Kazakhstan improves position in world flight safety ranking
28 september, 18:56Nazarbayev congratulates Kazakhstanis on Eid al-Adha
28 september, 18:46New Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Italy appointed
28 september, 16:26Microbrew trend in Holy Land turns water to hummus beer
28 september, 16:24Thousands back opposition call for Montenegro govt to quit
28 september, 16:16Pope wraps up US tour with giant open-air mass
28 september, 16:13Protesters gather in Hong Kong a year since mass rallies
28 september, 15:57India PM makes rock star appearance at Facebook
28 september, 15:44Pro-Kremlin party suffers rare defeat in local election
28 september, 15:14Separatists win absolute majority of seats in Catalan vote: exit poll
28 september, 12:45Britain's Cameron calls for talks on Syria transition
28 september, 11:56Brazil's Rousseff pledges 37% cut in greenhouse gas emissions
28 september, 11:17Blatter, Platini risk suspension amid FIFA ethics probe
28 september, 10:50Rouhani says ready to discuss 'plan of action' for Syria
26 september, 13:49Britain's Emily Watson honoured at San Sebastian festival
26 september, 13:21Seattle bus crash victims identified, families flown in
26 september, 13:13Sarkozy backs 'united Spain' amid Catalan independence bid
26 september, 13:07Tesla boss Musk calls for 'random emission' testing
26 september, 12:39Russia seeks firm foothold in strategic Syria
26 september, 12:05Apple under fire for factory conditions as iPhone launches
26 september, 10:29Obama criticizes China's 'problematic' rights record
25 september, 19:55Kazakhstan ready to accept refugees from Middle East
25 september, 19:47Turkish PM replaces resigned Kurdish ministers
25 september, 19:23Kazakh tenge per US dollar exchange rate forecast
25 september, 18:55Golovkin to fight Cotto: Freddie Roach
25 september, 18:47Why intervene with tenge free float?
25 september, 18:03Kazakhstani singer Luina fails to advance to Rising Star Turkiye final
25 september, 17:39Four soldiers drown during military exercise in Kazakhstan
25 september, 15:58Trump disputes pope on climate change
25 september, 14:58UN chief says EU must do more to address migrant crisis
25 september, 14:55Japan minister tenders resignation over stadium row
25 september, 14:51Obama greets Xi with 'ni hao' and superpower supper
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