Yukiya Amano, Director General of the IAEA, representatives of the six nations involved in talks to negotiate the Iranian nuclear program, including Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry will be among those in attendance.
today, 13:32Kazakhstan to host official ceremony to launch international nuclear fuel bank August 27
today, 12:38France evacuates 10,000 campers as Provence burns
today, 12:23Obama criticises tone of 2016 US presidential debate
today, 12:13PKK 'never respected' peace process: Turkey
today, 11:53Michael Jackson's father suffers stroke in Brazil
yesterday, 23:24Kazakhstan’s President Nazarbayev finalizes accession to WTO
yesterday, 19:26Golovkin to face Lemieux in title unification bout
yesterday, 19:22It'll be a war: David Lemieux about fight with Gennady Golovkin
yesterday, 19:10Olga Rypakova wins triple jump at IAAF Diamond League
yesterday, 19:07Loans in dollars are dangerous: head of Kazkom
yesterday, 17:52Nazarbayev heaps criticism on EXPO-2017 preparations
yesterday, 16:57Aktobe native wins Grand Prix of Slavianski Bazaar 2015
yesterday, 16:5010-year-old talent wins Grand Prix of International Junior Song Contest in Vitebsk
yesterday, 16:31Kazakhstani athelets win 6th gold medal at Universiade
yesterday, 16:25Viennese court acquits two men of murder in high-profile Aliyev's case; Kazakhstan contends Austrian judge biased
yesterday, 16:05Festival films at the heart of cultural controversy in Kazakhstan
yesterday, 13:44Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dies at 22
yesterday, 09:27British PM heads to Southeast Asia with trade, IS on agenda
yesterday, 09:01Obama marching Israelis to 'door of oven,' Huckabee says
yesterday, 08:48Russia revises navy doctrine over NATO's 'inadmissible' expansion
24 july, 11:34Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children
24 july, 11:33US probes banks in FIFA scandal: sources
24 july, 11:25Obama calls on Britain to remain in the EU
24 july, 11:09Chris Brown begs Philippines to allow him to leave
23 july, 14:49Kazakhstan to pay $20 million to send its cosmonaut to ISS
23 july, 12:05Almaty hit by mud flows
23 july, 10:26Americans pack Times Square to denounce Iran deal
23 july, 10:14Katy Perry roars into Taylor Swift feud
23 july, 10:05Trump details fabulous riches in White House bid
22 july, 12:43Taylor Swift leads MTV VMA nominations
22 july, 12:38Pentagon chief tries to calm Mideast jitters over Iran deal
22 july, 12:24Greece to vote on second bailout bill in test for Tsipras
22 july, 12:13Nuns won't sell convent to Katy Perry
21 july, 19:23More pedestrian paths and bicycle lanes in Almaty
21 july, 18:56Petro Poroshenko to visit Kazakhstan this fall
21 july, 18:20Terrorists destroyed in Bishkek - Kazakhstani citizens?
21 july, 17:43Kazakhstan's Borovoe resort area captured from bird's eye view
21 july, 17:04Ward wants to fight Golovkin in fall before Kovalev
21 july, 16:24Popular tourist destinations, including Shymbulak and Charyn Canyon, off limits for foreigners in Kazakhstan
21 july, 10:38Greek gov't has 'no intention' of calling early election
21 july, 10:25Suicide bomber kills 31 in Turkey attack blamed on IS
21 july, 10:18EU fails to reach migrant settlement target
20 july, 15:24Kazakhstan beats Belgium and France in government efficiency ranking of World Economic Forum
20 july, 15:10Construction of Winter Universiade-2017 venues goes according to schedule
20 july, 13:54Kazakhstan, Austria and Switzerland played important role in achieving Iran deal: Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov
20 july, 11:51'Ant-Man' punches above his weight in debut weekend
20 july, 11:45Merkel rules out Greek haircut, open to debt relief
20 july, 11:26Controversial Russian politician named deputy in Ukraine
20 july, 11:07Britain's Cameron attacks extreme conspiracy theories
17 july, 16:47First McDonald's to open in Astana
17 july, 16:28Ukraine wants to buy Kazakh and Turkmen gas
17 july, 13:54'Batman' theater gunman James Holmes guilty of murder
17 july, 13:26Bernard Hopkins wants to face Golovkin for $50k
17 july, 12:19Britain joins call for MH17 tribunal as relatives mourn dead
17 july, 12:18Spanish museums invite blind to touch masterpieces
17 july, 12:06Four Marines killed in US shooting rampage, gunman dead
17 july, 11:54Wilco surprises with free 'Star Wars' album
16 july, 18:40Car lands on cafe roof in Uralsk
16 july, 18:18Afghanistan territory used by terrorist from Central Asia, China and Russia: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai
16 july, 17:56Shopping mall under construction collapses in Karaganda, one injured
16 july, 17:49Solar power plant developed by Nazarbayev University researchers and SunPower presented in Astana
16 july, 13:58New Aktau Akim appointed
16 july, 12:32Ukrainian PM says Greece can learn austerity lessons
16 july, 12:17Lana Del Rey debuts song to online buzz
16 july, 11:48'Terrorist' attack on French military foiled: minister
16 july, 10:32Obama calls Putin to discuss Iran deal: White House
15 july, 21:42Kazakhstan expands tenge to US dollar exchange rate corridor
15 july, 20:12New Chairman of Kazakhstan's Communication, IT Penetration and Information Committee appointed
15 july, 19:476 Kosovo construction workers fall 20m in Astana, 4 dead
15 july, 18:08Nazarbayev criticises EXPO-2017 preparations
15 july, 16:29Deputy chairman of Astana EXPO-2017 Vera Kobalia leaves
15 july, 10:03One Direction's Louis Tomlinson to be father: reports
15 july, 09:56Richard Gere speaks up for Tibet at US hearing
15 july, 09:49Mexico holds 22 prison officials over Guzman escape
15 july, 09:37NATO says Iran nuclear deal 'historic breakthrough'
14 july, 14:38Obama prods Ukraine on economic reforms
14 july, 14:38Greek PM faces hard sell on bailout deal
14 july, 14:15Canada and Ukraine clinch free trade deal: report
14 july, 14:05Rapper 50 Cent says he's broke after losing lawsuit
14 july, 14:00FBI probing drug baron's threat against Trump: aide
14 july, 13:53Midnight openings for Harper Lee book launch
14 july, 13:45Clinton outlines economic vision
14 july, 13:30Google removes Chinese name on map after Philippine furore
14 july, 12:40New Deputy Chairman for Halyk Bank appointed
14 july, 12:35Turkish court annuls controversial Erdogan education law
14 july, 11:38Poroshenko faces new security crisis in western Ukraine
14 july, 10:41Dutch finance minister Dijsselbloem re-elected Eurogoup head
14 july, 10:35IMF 'ready to work with Greece, EU'
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