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Nazarbayev rearranges Kazakh government

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev declared a government reorganization during today’s expanded cabinet meeting.

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Nazarbayev rearranges Kazakh government
Ruslan Beketayev. Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan
New deputy finance minister in Kazakhstan

New deputy finance minister has been appointed in Kazakhstan.

New deputy finance minister in Kazakhstan
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Kazakhstan's anti-corruption movement to eradicate corruption through education

A nationwide anti-corruption movement Zhanaru was initiated in Kazakhstan in the beginning of this year.

Kazakhstan's anti-corruption movement to eradicate corruption through education
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Government slaps $579 million penalty on India's Reliance

The Indian government has announced a new penalty of $579 million on the country's largest private company, Reliance Industries, for failing to meet commitments to supply gas for the fourth year in a row.

Government slaps $579 million penalty on India's Reliance
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Pension reform concept approved in Kazakhstan

The Concept of modernization of Kazakhstan’s pension system until 2030 has been approved.

Pension reform concept approved in Kazakhstan
Hague quits as British foreign secretary in pre-election shake-up
Hague quits as British foreign secretary in pre-election shake-up

Britain's William Hague announced his surprise resignation as foreign secretary, as Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron overhauled his government to set the battle-lines for elections next year.

Hague quits as British foreign secretary in pre-election shake-up
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One million strike in Britain over pay and cuts: unions

More than one million public sector workers went on strike in Britain Thursday over pay and spending cuts by the government imposed as part of its austerity programme, trade unions said.

One million strike in Britain over pay and cuts: unions
New Assistant to the President Nurlan Onzhanov ©berlin24.ru
New Assistant to Kazakh President appointed

Several high profile personnel changes have been announced on Friday in Kazakhstan.

New Assistant to Kazakh President appointed
Senegal prime minister sacked
Senegal prime minister sacked

Senegal's president sacked Prime Minister Aminata Toure, who has only been in power since September, less than a week after her ruling party was beaten in local elections.

Senegal prime minister sacked
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Kazakhstan goes up in UN e-gov index

Kazakhstan has risen by 10 stands in the UN e-government index.

Kazakhstan goes up in UN e-gov index
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Kazakhstan to deepen energy and nuclear security cooperation with US

Kazakhstan and the USA agreed to deepen cooperation in energy and nuclear safety.

Kazakhstan to deepen energy and nuclear security cooperation with US
Azat Peruashev © Ak Zhol Democratic Party of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan government developing de-offshoring measures

Kazakhstan's government answered an official inquiry of Ak Zhol political party by stating that a set of de-offshoring measures was being developed.

Kazakhstan government developing de-offshoring measures
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Kazakhstan to subsidize 50% of renewable power generators installation

The Government of Kazakhstan will subsidize 50% of expenses to stimulate remote households to install renewable energy sources-based generators.

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Kazakhstan to subsidize 50% of renewable power generators installation
Police arrest 21 in Hong Kong new town protest
Police arrest 21 in Hong Kong new town protest

Police used pepper spray to scatter protesters at Hong Kong's government headquarters in an angry rally against plans for a new town development, with 21 arrested, officials said.

Police arrest 21 in Hong Kong new town protest
Don't 'hurry' to back Palestinian govt: Israel PM
Don't 'hurry' to back Palestinian govt: Israel PM

World governments should not rush to approve the new Palestinian cabinet, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, after the Palestinians accused the Jewish state of punishing them over a unity deal.

Don't 'hurry' to back Palestinian govt: Israel PM
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New homes for Mexican village after landslide

Mexico's government presented on Monday 125 new homes to residents of a southwestern mountain village that was buried by a massive landslide that killed 71 people last year.

New homes for Mexican village after landslide
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Mining giants slam Australia's 'high' taxes, costs and currency

Three of the world's biggest miners have warned that government taxes, high costs and a strong currency are putting pressure on their Australian operations, reports said Monday, as they battle falling commodity prices owing to a supply glut.

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Mining giants slam Australia's 'high' taxes, costs and currency
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Kazakhstan MP doubts upcoming legalization

Omarkhan Oksikbayev, Member of the Lower Chamber of the Kazakhstan Parliamentб doubts success of the forthcoming legalization of property in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan MP doubts upcoming legalization
One dead in Istanbul as anti-government protests flare
One dead in Istanbul as anti-government protests flare

One man died and about 10 others were injured in Istanbul during violent clashes between police and protesters Thursday, officials said, in the latest eruption of anger against the Turkish government.

One dead in Istanbul as anti-government protests flare
Abdiraiym Bakytzhan Zharylkasynuly. Photo courtesy of mod.gov.kz
Bakytzhan Abdiraiym appointed Vice-Minister of Justice

Abdiraiym Bakytzhan has been appointed Deputy Minister of Justice of Kazakhstan.

Bakytzhan Abdiraiym appointed Vice-Minister of Justice