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Astana has hosted the VII Congress of Judges of Kazakhstan with participation of the Head of State
The widow of a Russian ex-spy fatally poisoned in London said she believed a British judge-led inquiry had uncovered the "truth" into his death as it heard its final submissions.
Former Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Serik Akhmetov has appeared before the court on charges of large scale corruption.
Vladimir Koshlyak and Alnur Musayev acquitted by jury in Austria of murdering two Kazakhstani bankers back in 2007.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan reports that foreigners are now committing more administrative offences.
A Syrian national was fined for throwing a cigarette butt in Astana.
Boston bomber's friend Azamat Tazhayakov sentenced to 3.5 years in prison in the US.
Boston marathon bombing case sees one of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's friends, a Kazakh student, sentenced to six years imprisonment for obstruction of justice.
Kazakhstan’s Attorney General Askhat Daulbayev has met with the US Ambassador to Kazakhstan George Krol this Tuesday in Astana.
Ex-deputy Governor, advisor to the Governor and several businessmen were found guilty in a corruption scandal that rocked Kazakhstan.
Reports in the media suggest Kazakhstan's Rakhat Aliyev received death threats while awaiting trial in the Austrian prison of Josefstadt.
USA and Kazakhstan have signed an agreement on cooperating in investigation of crimes.
The French Court of Cassation will pronounce its rule on the fate of the fugitive Kazakh billionaire Mukhtar Ablyazov on March 4.
Committee of Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan sues Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering for failing to fulfill its public procurement obligations.
The trial on murder-related charges against the former son-in-law of Kazakhstan's President has been postponed in Vienna.
Austrian prosecutors have formally charged the fugitive Kazakh tycoon Rakhat Aliyev with murdering two bankers in Kazakhstan in 2007.
Charges against the fugitive Kazakh tycoon Rakhat Aliyev may be brought in Austria as early as this month.
Magistrate in Malta has ruled that the criminal complaint against Rakhat Aliyev filed by two Kazakh bodyguards alleging torture cannot be investigated by Maltese police.
Kazakhstan has changed its legislature to huminize the justice system by differentiating between crimincal misdemeanor and criminal offence. The first is supposed to be punished by arrest but there are no detention homes in Kazakhstan. Even more, the courts will gain the right to order arrest for misdemeanors only starting January 1, 2017. That is, two years from now.
Losing the third case in a row over the scandalous gay smooch ad, Havas Worldwide Kazakhstan is facing bankruptcy with the new verdict.