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Vladimir Koshlyak and Alnur Musayev acquitted by jury in Austria of murdering two Kazakhstani bankers back in 2007.
Rakhat Aliyev's alleged accomplices in the murder of two bankers are taken back into custody in Austria.
Two of Aliyev's accomplices in the trial into the double-murder of Kazakh bankers back in 2007, have been released in the courtroom over contradicting evidence.
The case involving the deceased ex-ambassador of Kazakhstan to Austria Rakhat Aliyev promises to become more complicated.
A second autopsy of Rakhat Aliyev's body confirmed that the former Kazakhstan ambassador to Austria committed suicide.
A blood sample taken from the deceased ex-ambassador's body has been found to contain traces of narcotic substances.
Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan has made an official statement on Rakhat Aliyev's death in Austrian prison.
Rakhat Aliyev's death has been officially confirmed by the Ministry of Justice of Austria. New details of the death are emerging.
Reports in the media suggest Kazakhstan's Rakhat Aliyev received death threats while awaiting trial in the Austrian prison of Josefstadt.
Former son-in-law of Kazakshtan President Rakhat Aliyev has been found dead in his solitary confinemen in an Austrian prison.
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.
The Viennese prosecutors have been given a permission by a special commission of the Ministry of Justice to present charges against the former ambassador of Kazakhstan to Austria Rakhat Aliyev.
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.
The trial of Rakhat Aliyev in Vienna, former Kazakhstan's ambassador to Austria, has been delayed for an unspecified period of time.
Many of the documents purported to show a conspiracy against Aliyev, former son-in-law of Kazakhstan President, have been found forged by a famous forgery expert.
Extradition of Rakhat Aliyev to Kazakhstan is extremely unlikely according to the Deputy Chairman of Birlik political party and former Commissioner for Human Rights in Kazakhstan Bolat Baikadamov.
Investigative arrest of Nazarbayev’s former son-in-law and ex-ambassador to Austria Rakhat Aliyev has been extended by the Vienna Regional Court.
According to Austrian law, in case Aliyev is found guilty of the murder of two Kazakhstani bankers, he will spend at least 20 years behind bars.