Laws of Kazakhstan
+7 (727) 388 8020
+7 (717) 254 2710
искать через Tengrinews.kz
искать через Google
искать через Yandex
USD / KZT - 378.17
EUR / KZT - 429.11
CNY / KZT - 56.48
RUB / KZT - 5.88
Погода в городе
Поиск по сайту
Studies & Opinions
Middle East, Africa
Новости по теме:
По вашему запросу найдено: 31 материалов
The candidates vying to be Guatemala's next president
Guatemala's tumultuous presidential election is headed for a run-off on October 25 that will pit the surprise frontrunner, a comedian, against either a former first lady or a millionaire businessman, currently neck-and-neck.
Nobel winner Menchu hails Guatemala's 'great awakening'
Guatemalan Nobel laureate Rigoberta Menchu sees the unprecedented protests calling for the ouster of President Otto Perez as a historic moment for a country long torn by violence.
Guatemala's president may face corruption trial
Guatemala's Supreme Court gave a green light for embattled President Otto Perez to be investigated for graft in the corruption scandal rocking his government.
11 new ambassadors start working in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State Adilbek Dzhaksybekov has received letters of credence from ambassadors of 11 countries.
Jewish community 'forced out' of Guatemalan village
A community of 230 Orthodox Jews began leaving the Guatemalan Indian village where they have lived for six years after claims of discrimination.
Guatemala army chief of staff dies in helicopter crash: govt
Guatemalan army chief of staff Rudy Ortiz and four other military officers died when their helicopter crashed in a mountainous region.
Obama, Central American leaders meet on child migrants
President Barack Obama met Friday with three Central American leaders to try to get control of an humanitarian crisis triggered by a tide of child migrants crossing the southern US border.
Body of Guatemala teen sent home after failed attempt to enter US
The body of a 15-year-old who died while trying to migrate illegally into the United States was repatriated to Guatemala Friday, amid a raging US debate over how to stem a flood of similar cases.
Guatemalan ex-guerrilla convicted of indigenous massacre
A Guatemalan court handed down the country's first conviction of a leftist guerrilla leader for the killings of indigenous farmers during the 1960-1996 civil war.
Biden to discuss child migrants at Guatemala visit
US Vice President Joe Biden travels to Guatemala on Friday to discuss the growing numbers of unaccompanied minors from Central America and Mexico illegally trying to cross the US border.
Swiss sentence Guatemalan ex-police chief to life over prisoner killings
Guatemala's former police chief Erwin Sperisen on Friday received a life sentence in Switzerland for seven murders committed in the Central American country.
Tropical storm Boris to slam Mexico, Guatemala
Tropical storm Boris bore down on Mexico's Pacific coast Tuesday, bringing drenching rains all the way to the Guatemala border, days after deadly flooding and mudslides in the region.
World's most ancient woman could be 120-year-old Guatemalan
A Guatemalan woman who used to pick coffee and tend sheep -- and who will turn 121 in November -- could be the world's oldest by far, a national newspaper reported.
Guatemala ex-leader gets six years in New York
Former Guatemalan president Alfonso Portillo was sentenced in New York to five years and 10 months in prison Thursday for a $2.5 million bribery scandal.
Kazakhstan to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
Kazakhstan will render $2 million worth of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan this year.
Facebook helps Guatemalan family separated by war reunite decades later
Guatemalan siblings who lost contact during the country's turbulent 1960-1996 civil strife have been reunited 31 years later, with some help from Facebook.
Guatemala extradites ex-president to US
Guatemala extradited former president Alfonso Portillo to the United States on Friday to face charges of laundering $70 million of swindled government funds through US banks.
Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide
Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty of genocide and war crimes Friday in a landmark ruling stemming from massacres of indigenous people in his country's long civil war.
Guatemalan arrested with $31,000 in stomach
A Guatemalan woman was arrested at Panama's international airport as she tried to enter the country with more than $31,000 in cash stashed inside her stomach.
Mayan temple damaged in tourist 'apocalypse' frenzy
Tourists flocking to Guatemala for "end of the world" parties have damaged an ancient stone temple at Tikal, the largest archeological site and urban center of the Mayan civilization.
29 march 2011, 11:19
77 Kazakhstanis stay in Japan
29 march 2011, 11:19
77 Kazakhstanis stay in Japan
08 november 2012, 16:17
Obama set to 'extend hand' to Iran again: analysts
02 june 2015, 12:31
Obama warns on 'chilling effect' of Malaysia opposition trial
Для того, чтобы проголосовать, необходимо авторизоваться: