The Kazakh teenager, arrested on charges of sexual harassment, was released on bailed but has to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet.
British architect Norman Foster has presented his new project in Astana.
London's High Court has sentenced Salim Shalabayev, brother of Mukhtar Ablyazov wife Alma Shalabayeva, to 22 months in prison for contempt of court.
In a modest Yangon apartment, the granddaughter of Myanmar's last king lives poor and unrecognised by her neighbours -- a far cry from the power and riches of her ancestor.
Some of the EU countries are resisting extradition of fugitive Kazakhstan tycoon.
Kazakhstan intends to join the Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB).
Kazakhstan is moving towards establishing a professional army, and Britain possesses valuable experience in this realm: Kazakhstan Minister.
Salleles-d'Aude is a picturesque village like so many in France, with vines, a tree-lined canal, a church... and soon, a "private oasis" for ageing British gay people -- reportedly a first in the country.
Astana court announced its ruling on the case against the British citizen who made a debauch in the airport of Astana.
Medicin Britain talk about new epidemic – the epidemic of chronic fatigue. How many exactly in Kazakhstan suffer from this illness – no one researched, but such problem does exist.
KazKommertsBank is the most likely bidder because it is offering to buy Barclays entirely and not just some of its parts.
After the Apocalypse by British Antony Butts, a film about Semipalatinsk and the lives of people distorted by the man-made nuclear disaster, to hit screens in May.
- Great Britain
- sexual violence
- Central Asia
- BTA Bank
- Asia Pacific
- Czech Republic
- European Union
- Baroness Helena Kennedy
- Human Genetics Commission
- University of Leicester
- Antony Butts