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Apocalyptic scenes as Paris hit by multiple attacks

Sirens blaring, blood on the roads, weeping relatives: nightmare scenes played out on the streets of Paris on Friday night as at least 120 people were killed in simultaneous attacks.

Apocalyptic scenes as Paris hit by multiple attacks
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Peugeot Citroёn launches full-cycle automobile production in Kazakhstan

Kazakh National Holding Baiterek has signed an agreement with Peugeot Citroën to set up full-cycle assembly of cars in Kostanay, Kazakhstan.

Peugeot Citroёn launches full-cycle automobile production in Kazakhstan
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Nazarbayev awards Order of Friendship to Francois Hollande

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev had a meeting with President of France Francois Hollande as part of his official visit to France on November 6.

Nazarbayev awards Order of Friendship to Francois Hollande
Photo courtesy of Akorda.
Nazarbayev arrives in Paris

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has arrived in Paris for an official visit.

Nazarbayev arrives in Paris
The bandana's back: Paris catwalk show brings back the 1970s
The bandana's back: Paris catwalk show brings back the 1970s

On the Paris catwalk, a reappearance of bandanas -- those paisley kerchiefs that were hot back in the 1970s, remember? -- proved the lesson that old can become trendy again if you just wait long enough.

The bandana's back: Paris catwalk show brings back the 1970s
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Kazakh folk ensemble to perform in Paris

Kerbez folk ensemble of Semey Phillarmonic Hall named after Amre Kashaubayev in eastern Kazakhstan will perform in Paris.

Kazakh folk ensemble to perform in Paris
Bronislava Sobolevskaya, 91, photo on the right
Kazakhstani photographer participates in Louvre exhibition

Kazakhstani photographer Veronika Lerner’s work was presented at the exhibition in the Louvre.

Kazakhstani photographer participates in Louvre exhibition
Paris to break hearts with removal of a million 'love locks'
Paris to break hearts with removal of a million 'love locks'

Too much love can be a bad thing: Paris city officials, exasperated with lovers sealing their passion by clipping padlocks all over the city, are set to remove 45 tonnes of the locks next week.

Paris to break hearts with removal of a million 'love locks'
Don Draper is a 'very weak man' says 'Mad Men' creator
Don Draper is a 'very weak man' says 'Mad Men' creator

Don Draper, the central and serially seductive character of the hit TV show "Mad Men", is actually a "very weak man", his creator told a Paris audience.

Don Draper is a 'very weak man' says 'Mad Men' creator
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Kazakh make-up artists and hairdressers take part in Paris Fashion Week

A team of make-up artists and hairdressers of Nurlan Alimkhodzhayev from Astana has been invited by a Kazakhstani designer to take part in the Paris Fashion Week.

Kazakh make-up artists and hairdressers take part in Paris Fashion Week
Geometry and genitalia parade for Paris men's fashion week
Geometry and genitalia parade for Paris men's fashion week

Men seeking inspiration from the Paris menswear shows in full swing are apt to find themselves looking at geometrical clothes with a sporty bent.

Geometry and genitalia parade for Paris men's fashion week
'Glass ship' Vuitton museum kicks off art-rich week in Paris
'Glass ship' Vuitton museum kicks off art-rich week in Paris

Emerging from the woods at the edge of Paris like a glass ship, the hyper-modern Louis Vuitton art museum was inaugurated on Monday.

'Glass ship' Vuitton museum kicks off art-rich week in Paris
Opera Bastille. Photo ©astanaopera.kz
Astana Opera singers to perform in Opera Bastille in November

The Astana Opera artists will perform at the Opera Bastille in Paris on November 2.

Astana Opera singers to perform in Opera Bastille in November
Femen protest at Paris' Moulin Rouge nightclub
Femen protest at Paris' Moulin Rouge nightclub

Two members of the Femen feminist movement staged a bare-breasted protest on the roof of the Moulin Rouge cabaret in Paris.

Femen protest at Paris' Moulin Rouge nightclub
Ten of thousands march for 'family values' in France
Ten of thousands march for 'family values' in France

Thousands took to the streets in Paris and Bordeaux to demonstrate for what protesters called "traditional family values" and against assisted pregnancies.

Ten of thousands march for 'family values' in France
Kairat Kozhamzharov. Photo courtesy of Agency on Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption.
Kazakhstan discusses corruption rating with Transparency International and OECD in Paris

Kazakh Lower Chamber MP asked the head of the Anti-Corruption Agency about ways to improve Kazakhstan's rating in the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index.

Kazakhstan discusses corruption rating with Transparency International and OECD in Paris
World will 'change course' on climate at UN summit: envoy
World will 'change course' on climate at UN summit: envoy

A UN summit on climate change will see the world "change course" and begin to seriously tackle global warming.

World will 'change course' on climate at UN summit: envoy
Paris building explosion toll rises to eight
Paris building explosion toll rises to eight

The death toll from an explosion in an apartment building outside Paris rose to eight .

Paris building explosion toll rises to eight
Dinner in White tradition sparkles again in New York
Dinner in White tradition sparkles again in New York

With the setting sun glittering on the Hudson, people turned out for the fourth edition of "Diner en blanc" (Dinner in White), dressed to the nines.

Dinner in White tradition sparkles again in New York
Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on
Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on

It was August 25, 1944, French and American armoured units burst into Paris to assure its liberation - an event marked all this week in the city.

Paris relives the joy of liberation, 70 years on