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Kazakh Senate Speaker takes part in CSTO and CIS Parliamentary Assemblies
Kazakh Senate Speaker Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev has taken part in the CSTO Parliamentary Assembly and the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly.
The 'Afghan Bruce Lee' dreaming of Hollywood
Framed by the dramatic backdrop of Kabul's ruined Darulaman palace, Abbas Alizada throws kung fu punches, kicks and spins, watched by an eager young crowd.
Obama, Afghan leader to meet in late March at WHouse
President Barack Obama will receive his Afghan counterpart Ashraf Ghani at the White House on March 24 as Washington weighs slowing down the withdrawal of US forces from the country.
Reuters Pakistan bureau chief dies in Islamabad
The Pakistan and Afghanistan bureau chief for Reuters news agency died on Monday after collapsing in the office in Islamabad.
Afghan-Pakistan ties 'never better': Pakistani minister
Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan have never been better, a top Pakistani minister said.
924 red tulips to honour Kazakhstani Soldiers who died Soviet Afghan War: Astana memorial service
In Astana, to honour the deceased, the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan has organised memorial services and a celebration of the anniversary of end of the Soviet Afghan War.
Dressmakers bring touch of old Afghanistan to Pakistan
With ballgowns, Western-style bridal wear and cocktail dresses, Afghan tailors driven out of their homeland by the Taliban are carving a niche for themselves in Pakistan's capital city.
100 days in power for Afghan president, but no government
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani marked his first 100 days in power, still struggling to form a government.
Taliban claim NATO 'defeat' in 13-year Afghan war
The Taliban responded scornfully to the formal end of NATO's war in Afghanistan, describing the US-led mission as a "fire of barbarism and cruelty".
Obama salutes end of NATO combat mission in Afghanistan
US President Barack Obama saluted the "milestone" end of NATO's combat mission in Afghanistan, but warned the country remains "a dangerous place."
NATO to hold ceremony Sunday marking end of its Afghan war
NATO will hold a ceremony in Kabul later formally ending its war in Afghanistan, officials said, after 13 years of conflict.
Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan - primary interests for US in Central Asia
Prominent Kazakh political scientist Dosym Satpayev speaks of the interests the United States has in Central Asia.
Afghanistan's Ghani condemns CIA's 'inhumane actions'
Afghanistan's new President condemned CIA torture detailed in a US Senate report, saying the United States' actions violated "all accepted norms of human rights".
Ghani promises self-reliant Afghanistan at London talks
President Ashraf Ghani outlined his vision for a more self-reliant Afghanistan at a conference in London.
USA has no imperialistic ambitions in Central Asia: Hoagland
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs said that the USA was not interested in advancing imperialistic ambitions in Central Asia.
Afghan president Ghani on Saudi visit: media
Afghanistan's new President Ashraf Ghani performed a pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia and held talks with the oil-rich kingdom's crown prince on his first foreign trip.
Serbia receives humanitarian aid from Kazakhstan
Serbia has received humanitarian aid from Kazakhstan.
Afghan president lifts ban on expelled US reporter
A New York Times reporter expelled from Afghanistan and accused of having links to spy agencies will be allowed to return.
British PM first leader to visit new Afghan president Ghani
British Prime Minister became the first world leader to hold talks with newly-inaugurated Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
Kazakhstan mulls extension of education program for Afghan citizens
Kazakhstan mulls extending its education program for citizens of Afghanistan.
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Israelis vote in elections seen swinging to the right
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