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Canada Prime Minister Harper condemns 'despicable attack'
Canada Prime Minister Harper condemns 'despicable attack'

Prime Minister Stephen Harper condemned the "despicable attack" on Canada's parliament that left a soldier and a suspect dead.

Canada Prime Minister Harper condemns 'despicable attack'
Belgium's new government survives confidence vote
Belgium's new government survives confidence vote

Belgium's right-wing coalition government won a vote of confidence just days after taking office.

Belgium's new government survives confidence vote
Gustaf Fridolin, Minister of Education Green Party, Stefan Loefven, Prime Minister Social Democrat, Asa Romson leader of the Greens, Magdalena Andersson, Minister of Finance, smiles during a news conf
New Swedish government blames predecessor for 'poor' finances

Sweden's new Social Democrat-led government lowered the growth forecast, blaming sweeping tax breaks by the outgoing conservative coalition for a "large hole".

New Swedish government blames predecessor for 'poor' finances
Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo © RIA Novosti
Nazarbayev suggests drafting new development strategy for CIS

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has suggested creating a new development strategy for the CIS during Kazakhstan’s chairmanship.

Nazarbayev suggests drafting new development strategy for CIS
Ex-prostitute ends long march for French bill to penalise clients
Ex-prostitute ends long march for French bill to penalise clients

A former prostitute walked 500 miles across France to demand that the government make good on its promise to penalise clients ended her protest march in Paris.

Ex-prostitute ends long march for French bill to penalise clients
Standard and Poor's lowers France outlook to 'negative'
Standard and Poor's lowers France outlook to 'negative'

Ratings agency Standard and Poor's kept its 'AA' rating for France but lowered its outlook from "stable" to "negative" on fears over the country's budget situation.

Standard and Poor's lowers France outlook to 'negative'
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Cannabis valley in Kazakhstan to be destroyed with herbicides

Kazakhstan is considering ways to address the problem of cannabis growing in the Chu Valley.

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Cannabis valley in Kazakhstan to be destroyed with herbicides
Deflated Bulgarian strongman vows to form government
Deflated Bulgarian strongman vows to form government

Bulgarian strongman Boyko Borisov said he would try to form a government and avoid national "bankruptcy" after his right-wing party came first in elections.

Deflated Bulgarian strongman vows to form government
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UN to help Kazakhstan develop e-government

United Nations will help Kazakhstan to develop electronic government as Kazakh government ratifies agreement on cooperation.

UN to help Kazakhstan develop e-government
Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks
Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks

Student leaders whose pro-democracy protests have gripped Hong Kong agreed to meet the government to discuss their demands.

Hong Kong student protesters agree to government talks
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Kazakhstan to tramp on quasi-public sector

Vice-Minister of National Economy of Kazakhstan said the government was intending to reduce state involvement in the business sector.

Kazakhstan to tramp on quasi-public sector
'Bash' computer bug could hit millions
'Bash' computer bug could hit millions

The US government and technology experts warned of a vulnerability in some computer-operating systems.

'Bash' computer bug could hit millions
Indonesian parliament to vote on controversial election plan
Indonesian parliament to vote on controversial election plan

Indonesia's parliament was set to decide whether to scrap the direct election of local leaders.

Indonesian parliament to vote on controversial election plan
Turkey lifts ban on headscarves at high schools
Turkey lifts ban on headscarves at high schools

The Turkish government announced it was lifting a ban on female students wearing the Islamic headscarf at high schools.

Turkey lifts ban on headscarves at high schools
Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law
Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law

Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Madrid, accusing the government of betrayal.

Thousands protest delays to tough new Spanish abortion law
Prime Minister Miro Cerar.  ©Reuters
New Slovenia government vows to pull country out of crisis

Slovenia's lawmakers backed a new government under Prime Minister Miro Cerar as he vowed to pull the small Balkan nation from the verge of economic crisis.

New Slovenia government vows to pull country out of crisis
Embattled French government scrapes through confidence vote
Embattled French government scrapes through confidence vote

France's crisis-hit government narrowly won a crunch parliamentary vote of confidence in its economic reform path.

Embattled French government scrapes through confidence vote
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Nazarbayev commissions Government to fulfill all social obligations

All the Government’s obligations related to pension allowances, salaries in the public sector, welfare allowances should be respected. However challenging the task may be, it has to be accomplished, he said.

Nazarbayev commissions Government to fulfill all social obligations
West Australia scraps shark cull policy
West Australia scraps shark cull policy

The Western Australia government said it would abandon its controversial catch-and-kill shark policy.

West Australia scraps shark cull policy
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Nazarbayev appoints ambassadors to Kuwait and Israel

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has appointed ambassadors to Kuwait and Israel.

Nazarbayev appoints ambassadors to Kuwait and Israel