With Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg about to become a dad, the social network boosted the amount of time fathers can take off to bond with their new babies.
28 november, 16:03Facebook ramps paid leave time for new dads
28 november, 15:20French PM Valls calls on Gulf to accept more refugees
28 november, 15:14Russia-Turkey war of words escalates over downed warplane
28 november, 14:17French president urges British MPs to back Syria air strikes
28 november, 12:47Pope hails Africa as 'continent of hope'
27 november, 17:23Merkel berated over refugee policy by Bavarian ally
27 november, 17:19Eurogroup chief warns of 'mini-Schengen' if EU fails on migrant issue
27 november, 15:37Prince Charles warns of 'perfect storm' should Paris climate talks flop
27 november, 13:59American billionaire Jim Rogers considers investing in Kazakhstan
27 november, 13:51Dutch PM backs Ukraine-EU accord as key for stability
27 november, 13:51Use of GMOs debated in Kazakh Senate
27 november, 13:14Kazakhstani peacekeeping corps expands training
27 november, 11:59Adele to go on tour for first time in five years
26 november, 15:13Blatter compares FIFA ethics probe to 'inquisition'
26 november, 15:13France's Hollande heads to Russia to press anti-IS coalition
26 november, 14:58Obama vows better trade ties with new Argentine leader
26 november, 14:45US Republicans move to dump Trump
26 november, 14:38Kerry, Lavrov speak by phone about Russia plane shootdown
26 november, 10:49Russia sanctions could be lifted if it meets Ukraine commitments: French PM
26 november, 10:41Canada reviewing military role in anti-IS fight: PM
25 november, 17:49EU must limit migrant numbers: French PM
25 november, 17:42Gazprom says halts Ukraine gas deliveries over Kiev non-payment
25 november, 17:33World must secure 'binding' climate deal in Paris: Merkel
25 november, 17:21Turkey seeks to ease tensions after downing of Russian warplane
25 november, 17:03Biden to discuss security, migrants at Balkans summit
25 november, 16:12Lavrov warns citizens off travel to Turkey as cancels visit
25 november, 15:57This is a point of no return in Syrian crisis: Yerlan Karin about Russian warplane shot down by Turkey
25 november, 15:41French Muslim body to create 'licence to preach' for imams
25 november, 15:27Kazakhstan's national companies face major restructuring
25 november, 14:03EU's Tusk urges all to stay 'cool headed' after Russian jet downed
25 november, 13:30Russia moves forward with common currency for EEU despite Kazakhstan's opposition
25 november, 11:36Queen Elizabeth sells 25,000 tickets to 90th birthday
25 november, 11:22Kazakhstani crew about Bekmambetov's new movie
24 november, 20:51Pegging or no pegging: tenge in new monetary policy
24 november, 20:03Spectre dubbed in Kazakh in one week
24 november, 19:40Golovkin improves his P4P standing
24 november, 19:28Kazakhstan's accession to WTO may hamper development of EEU: Belarus Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei
23 november, 17:52Nazarbayev visits Qatar to foster investemnts and relations between countries
23 november, 17:30Britain's Cameron to pledge extra £12 billion for defence
23 november, 17:27La Bayadere premiers at Astana Opera for Christmas
23 november, 17:24Kerry in Abu Dhabi for talks on Syria peace plan
23 november, 17:20Nazarbayev meets Japan's PM Shinzo Abe in Astana
23 november, 17:02What is next for GGG?
23 november, 16:27Paris attacks: Steinmeier thought blast was 'fireworks'
23 november, 15:50Central Asian countries sign Joint Declaration of Partnership and Cooperation with USA
23 november, 15:41Queen Elizabeth II receives Nursultan Nazarbayev in London
23 november, 15:03Kazakhstan revises 2015 inflation rate forecast
23 november, 14:58Greek PM seeks 'national dialogue' on retirement reforms
23 november, 14:34Depreciation of tenge contributes to de-dollarization of Kazakh-Russian trade: opinion
23 november, 14:30Brussels to stay at highest security alert level on Monday: PM
23 november, 11:43Madrid marchers urge justice 40 years after Franco's death
23 november, 11:29UN envoy urges Libya rivals to say yes to peace deal
23 november, 11:13Nearly 2 million children in Sudan malnourished: UNICEF
23 november, 11:06Syrian war likely to dominate Putin's visit to Iran
21 november, 15:45Singer Clementine dedicates Mercury Prize to Paris
21 november, 15:25Justin Bieber album smashes Spotify record
21 november, 14:44Zuckerberg to take time off from Facebook to be a dad
21 november, 14:35Obama meets refugees as bitter Syria debate rages
21 november, 14:0018 dead in Mali hostage siege a week after Paris carnage
21 november, 13:54EU to overhaul passport-free zone after Paris attacks
20 november, 18:44'Naive' Sweden to beef up anti-terror measures: PM
20 november, 18:42Putin's Russia sends mixed signals on Stalin-era crimes
20 november, 13:49Adele shuns streaming for giant album
20 november, 13:16Some attackers used refugee crisis to 'slip into' France: PM
20 november, 12:33Hopes for Syria peace dim after Assad, Obama remarks
20 november, 12:20Facebook tests tools for dealing with former loves
20 november, 11:52Clinton backs sweeping US-led global fight against IS
20 november, 11:37France says new security to cost 600 mn euros in 2016
20 november, 11:27VW puts off China investment amid costly emissions scandal
19 november, 21:21Kazakhstani B-Boy in Red Bull BC One Italy World Final 2015 in Rome
19 november, 20:26Kazakhstani app wins at Startup Conference
19 november, 16:59Trudeau tells Obama Canada will be 'strong' partner against IS
19 november, 15:22Netanyahu urges 'global solution to terror' in call with Hollande
19 november, 13:42UK's Cameron defeated over votes for teens in EU referendum
19 november, 13:14Barclays fined another $150 mn over forex 'misconduct'
19 november, 12:39'Brexit' is not going to happen, says EU's Juncker
19 november, 12:26Florence and the Machine to headline US summer fests
19 november, 12:14Football: Blatter, Platini lose FIFA suspension appeals
18 november, 19:08Zhanat Zhakiyanov on his way to WBA championship title
18 november, 18:57Yaroslava Shevedova wins EA Hua Hin WTA in Thailand
18 november, 18:54December holidays in Kazakhstan
18 november, 18:51Kazakhstan's Elizabeth Tursynbayeva finishes 7th at ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Canada
18 november, 18:42National Bank's Governor post is risky business
18 november, 17:59Depreciation of tenge caused by appointment of National Bank's new Governor?
18 november, 17:31Obama 'optimistic' of Paris climate summit success
18 november, 17:2170 years after Nuremberg trials, Germany tries to right old wrongs
18 november, 17:14Beckham named People magazine's 'sexiest man alive'
18 november, 16:45Unstoppable Golovkin wants all middleweight belts
18 november, 16:35BTA Bank accuses American businessman of money laundering for Ablyazov and Khrapunov
18 november, 16:32Greek PM in Turkey to discuss migrant crisis
18 november, 16:26Xi endures lonely red-carpet APEC welcome in Philippines
18 november, 16:19Denzel Washington to get award for contribution to cinema
18 november, 15:52Kazakhstanis offer condolences over Russian plane crash in Egypt
18 november, 15:36Central Bank Governor on tenge prospects
18 november, 15:08Erdogan asks Turkey PM to form new government
18 november, 14:37Spain backs France's decision to miss EU deficit target
18 november, 14:02Putin tells navy in Mediterranean to work with French 'as allies'
18 november, 09:55Canada to send more military trainers to Iraq: Trudeau
17 november, 17:33Kazakhstan changes central bank governor
17 november, 17:20Kazakhstan receives EXPO flag from Italy
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