Kazakhstan and Ecuador has mutually cancelled the need for visas.
Spain on Friday denied Argentina's claims that the two countries had clinched an agreement to get Britain to negotiate the future of the Falkland Islands and Gibraltar.
With the clock ticking down on a Russian-US deal, the United States said Thursday it expected Syria to hand over a list of its chemical arms within the next few days.
An arbitration panel in the Hague has given US oil firm Chevron an important procedural victory in its battle against a $19 billion fine by Ecuador for polluting the Amazon basin region.
Kazakhstan and China plan to sign 22 agreements worth around $30 billion, including in the key energy sector, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said Saturday after talks with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Facebook has agreed to acquire Mobile Technologies, a firm specializing in voice translation software, the two companies said Monday, without providing financial details of the transaction.
The New York Times Company announced Saturday that it has agreed to sell The Boston Globe newspaper for $70 million cash to the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox baseball team.
The European Commission said Saturday it has reached an "amicable solution" with Beijing over imports of Chinese solar panels, a dispute that had threatened to turn into a full-blown trade war.
Venezuela late Friday said it has "ended" its rapprochement with the United States due to a statement by Samantha Power, nominated to become the US envoy to the United Nations.
China and Switzerland signed a free trade agreement -- Beijing's first in continental Europe -- in a deal that comes against a backdrop of trade tensions between the Asian giant and the EU.
European Union finance ministers failed early Saturday to reach an agreement on how to close down failing banks before they can do too much damage to the wider economy.
Mutual understanding between the presidents greatly contributes to the growing partnership between the two states: Kazakhstan’s Senate Speaker Kairat Mami.
Sudan on Sunday put on hold nine security and economic pacts with South Sudan, including on vital oil shipments, but said Khartoum remained committed to good relations if Juba ended support for rebels.
North and South Korea reached Monday a patchy agreement to hold a high-level meeting in Seoul, following marathon talks aimed at rebuilding trust after months of soaring tension and threats of nuclear war.
Japan's prime minister is expected to sign a nuclear cooperation deal with the Czech Republic this month, a report said Saturday.
European Union foreign ministers Monday agreed to lift an arms embargo in order to be able to supply weapons to Syrian rebels.
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the laws ratifying extradition and transfer of sentenced persons with Spain.
Japan is close to signing an agreement to supply amphibious planes to India, a report said Monday, in what would be the first sale of hardware used by the military since a weapons export ban was imposed.
Switzerland and China cleared the final hurdle Friday towards a landmark free-trade agreement, as Beijing seeks to underscore its growing global ties via deals with European partners.
Over 40 memorandums and agreements totally worth $400 million will be signed during the 6th Astana Economic Forum in Kazakhstan.
- Great Britain
- Bashar al-Assad
- Middle East & Africa
- United States
- Asia Pacific
- solar energy
- European Union
- United Nations
- South Sudan
- South Korea
- North Korea
- Czech Republic
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Astana Economic Forum