SpaceX chief Elon Musk unveiled on Tuesday ambitious plans to establish a Mars colony by sending 100 humans at a time on massive spacecraft.
today, 19:11Israeli ex-president and Nobel laureate Peres dies
today, 18:55Germany blocks WhatsApp data transfers to Facebook
today, 18:5532,000 arrested in Turkey coup probe
23 september, 14:27Last Soviet boss standing, Kazakh leader still lacks heir
21 september, 17:00Youth to the fore as Milan fashion week opens
21 september, 16:42Xenophobia threatening peace in eastern Germany
20 september, 16:32Trump son compares Syrian refugees to poisoned candies
20 september, 16:14Brazil court orders seizure of Olympic broadcaster's assets
19 september, 15:55Four-in-10 Japanese are virgins: poll
14 september, 18:16Sweden re-militarises Baltic island of Gotland
14 september, 18:08China to launch second space laboratory: Xinhua
14 september, 18:03More than a billion stars mapped in Milky Way: ESA
14 september, 17:54Testing the driverless Uber -- first nerves, and then acceptance
14 september, 17:43Turkmenistan changes constitution to extend leader's rule
13 september, 18:15Boxing: Golovkin eyes Saunders after stopping Brook
13 september, 18:12Kazakhstan makes former deputy PM new prime minister
13 september, 18:06Kazakhstan shifts PM to security chief
13 september, 18:01Oil prices gain despite rising OPEC supply forecast
07 september, 15:31US to give Philippines military planes
07 september, 15:26Iran president calls on Muslims to punish Saudi 'crimes'
06 september, 17:23Study of exhaust particles hints at Alzheimer's risk
05 september, 16:50Strongman's death stirs uncertainty in Uzbekistan and region
05 september, 16:41Kazakhstan cafe kicks stigma with mentally disabled staff
01 september, 13:35Crowdfunding site launches in Singapore and Hong Kong
01 september, 13:27EU Chamber urges China to lift foreign investment curbs
01 september, 13:20New fossils show life on Earth at least 3.7bn years old
31 august, 16:00Kazakhstan arrests 21 suspected of plotting terrorist attacks
29 august, 16:12iPhone spyware spotlights Israel's secretive surveillance industry
29 august, 14:43Goat polo, tug-of-war as Central Asia readies for Nomad Games
29 august, 14:14Singapore wages war on Zika-bearing mosquitoes
25 august, 17:19Bogan, ranga, rurosexual added to Australian dictionary
25 august, 16:00Italy quake death toll nears 250
24 august, 13:5418 dead as Italy struck by powerful quake
23 august, 18:06India cows get glow-in-the-dark horns to stop crashes
23 august, 16:56200 people fall sick after ammonia leak in Bangladesh
22 august, 16:40Japan's first lady visits Pearl Harbor
22 august, 16:03Pokemon's a no-go on Bangkok's roads
19 august, 15:17US astronauts prepare spacewalk to install new docking port
19 august, 15:02Aping jazz greats, orangutan makes music Down Under
18 august, 16:42Olympics: Kazakh boxing golden boy has scar to show for it
18 august, 16:38Olympics: Kazakh Yeleussinov wins welterweight gold
18 august, 16:34July was Earth's hottest month in modern times
18 august, 15:27French joblessness below 10 percent for first time in four years
16 august, 17:07A night behind bars in Slovenian prison-turned-hostel
16 august, 16:36Russia announces first Syria strikes from Iran base
15 august, 16:28Pakistan rock climbers scale new heights
12 august, 16:33'Star Wars' trailer teases return of Darth Vader
Analyst at Saxo Bank, France
Theresa May is reputed to be a very tough negotiator
Theresa May is reputed to be a very tough negotiator. However, she is also pragmatic and she is very well conscious that she won’t have a free hand to negotiate with the EU.
Head of Equity Strategy at Saxo Bank
City of London may be forever changed by Brexit
No less than 12% of UK GDP comes from financial services, underscoring the City of London’s importance to the British economy...
Head of Commodity Strategy, Saxo Bank
What to expect from today’s Opec meeting in Vienna
Prior to the meeting there has been a feeling that this meeting was going to be irrelevant. No decision was expected, as no decision was required. But...
CIO, Saxo Bank A/S
What Erdogan means for USDTRY....
There is considerable risk that the EU-Turkey refugee deal will collapse in the coming weeks.
Head of Commodity Strategy, Saxo Bank
Do you know your corn from your crude oil?
What makes commodities a popular investment?
New Procurement Law of Kazakshtan
GRATA Finance & Securities Group has released a legal alert covering important legal developments in the Kazakhstani legislation that occurred in 2015. Today’s release - the final one - deals with the new Procurement Law of Kazakhstan.
Rules of Electronic Trades in Kazakhstan
GRATA Finance & Securities Group has released a legal alert covering important legal developments in the Kazakhstani legislation that occurred in 2015. Today’s release deals with the Rules of Electronic Trades.
Analyst at Saxo Bank, France
Last chance agreement for OPEC?
We may be wrong in believing that there is any urgency in securing an agreement in Doha next April 17th. The outcome of this meeting is irrelevant, the price of the barrel of oil will not re-establish itself immediately nor sufficiently to balance out the public... finances of the vast majority of oil-producing countries.
Kazakhstan's Privatisation Decree
GRATA Finance & Securities Group has released a legal alert covering important legal developments in the Kazakhstani legislation that occurred in 2015. Today’s release deals with the Privatisation Decree.
A person who earned a million once, can do it again: 25 y.o. Kazakh ex-millionaire
For the past 60 years, Chui Hoi has risen in the early hours of the morning to prepare bite-size steamed morsels for his small but popular dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong.
Nearly two centuries ago, Belgium launched continental Europe's first commuter train line connecting Brussels to Mechelen, a small city halfway to the port of Antwerp.
Wrapped tightly in sleeping bags to keep them from freezing in frigid conditions, Australian winemaker Sirromet's bottles slowly make their way across the vast Mongolian landscape on the back of a yak.
In the lush, green hills of northern Thailand, a woman painstakingly picks coffee beans out of a pile of elephant dung, an essential part of making one the world's most expensive beverages.
Some 200,000 people joined a candlelight procession marking a watershed mass protest 25 years ago that helped bring down the Berlin Wall a month later.
The Eiffel Tower is the most visited monument in the world that charges for entrance. Here is a factfile on France's iconic building.
With her blotted red lipstick, perky coiffed curls and fitted 1940s skirt suit, Constanze Pelzer looks like she's stepped off a World War II film set. From head to toe, the 49-year-old German is the picture of 1940s elegance -- from the little glasses and striking jewellery to her red sling-backs, her entire outfit is authentic.
At the start of September 1914, after just one month of war in Europe, the German army were at the gates of Paris. The word on the street was that Emperor Wilhelm II had already booked a dinner table on the Champs-Elysees.
The choppers swoop in, dumping insecticide over a plague-stricken village in Madagascar's stunning central highlands.
In a cramped backstage area at New York's Metropolitan Opera House, French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch adjusts her 19th century dress.
The name Porsche has long made sports car enthusiasts swoon but the Nazi past of the famous brand's founder has left his Czech hometown sorely divided over his legacy.
Parents all over the world often complain about their children's music being garbage.
Until last year, the few tourists who visited the small west African town of Ouidah were likely headed to the Gateway of No Return, a massive monument to the area's bleak history as a slave trading hub.
Anwar Congo makes no secret of the fact that he killed about 1,000 people with his bare hands, boasting about the methods he used to murder alleged communists in 1960s Indonesia.
From rooms kitted out like medical clinics where couples can play "doctors and nurses" to grottos where it is permanently Christmas, Japan's "Love Hotels" cater to almost every taste, offering a few hours of reasonably-priced privacy in a crowded country.
Bad raps are hard to reverse, but Brad Jacobs is doing his part to change the stereotype of the chain-smoking, beer-swilling curler who spends more time in the bar than fine-tuning his craft.