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Philippines probes diplomat in Canada 'nanny trafficking'

The Philippine government said Saturday it was investigating a Filipina diplomat charged in Canada for alleged human trafficking involving the exploitation of her nanny.

Philippines probes diplomat in Canada 'nanny trafficking'
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Stimulus package for foreign investors presented in Kazakhstan

The government of Kazakhstan has prepared a comprehensive package of incentives for foreign investors.

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Stimulus package for foreign investors presented in Kazakhstan
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One dead, 11 hurt in southern Mexico clashes

At least one person was killed and 11 injured in clashes between a holdover group of the Zapatista rebel movement and rivals with ties to the local government, officials said.

One dead, 11 hurt in southern Mexico clashes
Israel okayed nearly 14,000 settler homes during talks: NGO
Israel okayed nearly 14,000 settler homes during talks: NGO

Israel approved plans for nearly 14,000 new settler homes during the nine months of peace talks with the Palestinians, an Israeli settlement watchdog said Tuesday as the negotiation period formally ended.

Israel okayed nearly 14,000 settler homes during talks: NGO
Elena Bakhmutova. Photo ©Yaroslav Radlovskiy
KEGOC might float stock this December

KEGOC might float its shares at the People’s IPO in Kazakhstan in December 2014.

KEGOC might float stock this December
Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo © Turar Kazangapov
Ukraine should solve crisis with no external interventions: Nazarbayev

President Nazarbayev expressed his opinion about Ukraine’s own capability to solve the crisis at the 21st Assembly of People of Kazakhstan.

Ukraine should solve crisis with no external interventions: Nazarbayev
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60% of China underground water polluted

Sixty percent of underground water in China which is officially monitored is too polluted to drink directly, state media have reported, underlining the country's grave environmental problems.

60% of China underground water polluted
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Karim Massimov appointed chairman of Samruk-Kazyna

Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov has become Chairman of the Board of Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund.

Karim Massimov appointed chairman of Samruk-Kazyna
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Kazakhstan and Turkey agree on 16 additional flights

The Kazakhstan Transport Ministry has arranged for 16 additional flights a week to Turkey for the summer season.

Kazakhstan and Turkey agree on 16 additional flights
Survey finds majority of Malaysians distrust govt on MH370
Survey finds majority of Malaysians distrust govt on MH370

More than half of Malaysians believe their government is hiding information about missing flight MH370, according to survey results released by a news portal.

Survey finds majority of Malaysians distrust govt on MH370
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President Nazarbayev instructs to develop strategy to invest assets of Single Pension Fund

President also stressed that the National Bank should develop extra incentives to reduce dollarization of the banking sector.

President Nazarbayev instructs to develop strategy to invest assets of Single Pension Fund
Karim Massimov. Photo courtesy of flickr. com
Resignation of Kazakhstan government explained by political analyst

Kazakhstani political scientist Yerlan Karin offered an explanation of the situation as well as elaborated on the possible changes that will occur in the Cabinet with the arrival of the new leader.

Resignation of Kazakhstan government explained by political analyst
 Karim Massimov. Photo courtesy of flickr. com
Parliament votes for Massimov as new PM

The Parliament has voted for Karim Massimov as the new Head of the Kazakhstan Government.

Parliament votes for Massimov as new PM
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Kazakhstan Prime-Minister and Kazakhstan Government resign

Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan Serik Akhmetov has resigned. He is the head of the Government so his resignation automatically meant resignation of the Government of Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan Prime-Minister and Kazakhstan Government resign
Nazarbayev tulips. Photo courtesy of Twitter/RDaniyar
Nazarbayev calls to form strong economic ties with Netherlands

Nursultan Nazarbayev has participated in the meeting with members of the Kazakh-Dutch Friends of Kazakhstan in the Netherlands club.

Nazarbayev calls to form strong economic ties with Netherlands
Protesters occupying Taiwan's parliament issue ultimatum
Protesters occupying Taiwan's parliament issue ultimatum

Protesters barricaded themselves inside Taiwan's parliament for a third straight day, threatening "further action" if the government pushes ahead with its plans to ratify a contentious trade pact with China.

Protesters occupying Taiwan's parliament issue ultimatum
Brazil sees Cup risks: report
Brazil sees Cup risks: report

A secret Brazilian government report lists several security "risks" in having the country host of the World Cup this year, including political protest and strikes.

Brazil sees Cup risks: report
Jamil El Sayed, Lebanon's former head of General Security. ©Reuters/Hussam Shbaro
Marshalls govt wins confidence vote over Lebanese general

The government of the Marshall Islands on Tuesday defeated a motion of no confidence brought after it nominated a former Lebanese general -- a suspect in a deadly bombing -- as its ambassador to UNESCO.

Marshalls govt wins confidence vote over Lebanese general
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Kazakhstan wants to bring $6 billion out of shadows of its economy

The Government of Kazakhstan is considering a package of countermeasures against its off-the-books economy for 2014-2015.

Kazakhstan wants to bring $6 billion out of shadows of its economy
National Security Agency (NSA) Director General Keith Alexander. ©Reuters/Gary Cameron
'Free world' governments among worst for online spying: watchdog

Shady agencies at the service of democratically elected governments are among the worst online spies in the world, media watchdog RSF said Wednesday, putting them on the same level as offenders in Iran, China and Saudi Arabia.

'Free world' governments among worst for online spying: watchdog