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11 yo Kazakh prodigy invents no-electicity charging mechanism
A boy from Kazakhstan has invented a special charging device and has another innovative project in development.
Grace church pastor sentenced to 4 years
Pastor of the Grace Church Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev has been given a suspended 4-year sentence in Kazakhstan.
Austrian prosecutors may present charges to Rakhat Aliyev shortly
Austrian Prosecutor’s Office may present charges to Rakhat Aliyev as soon as in 2014.
One more Agriculture Ministry diplomat arrested over bribery in Kazakhstan
Agency for Fighting Economic and Corruption Crimes (Financial Police) has arrested the Head of Cattle Breeding Department of Agriculture Ministry of Kazakhstan.
In first, US woman denies Google Glass driving charge
A US woman thought to be the first person to get a traffic ticket for wearing Google Glass pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday, her lawyer said.
British Court enforces payment of almost $400 million by Mukhtar Ablyazov to BTA Bank
The High Court of England has supported the claims of BTA Bank and ordered the former Chairman of the bank Mukhtar Ablyazov to return almost $400 million to the bank.
Bob Dylan charged in France over Croat comments: source
Bob Dylan has been charged with insulting behaviour and incitement to hatred in France after a Croat group filed a complaint about an interview he gave to Rolling Stone magazine.
Chris Brown enters rehab for anger management
Tempestuous US singer Chris Brown has checked into a California rehab facility two days after being charged over an altercation in Washington.
JPMorgan to pay $5.1 bn to settle Fannie, Freddie claims
JPMorgan Chase will pay $5.1 billion to settle charges it overstated the quality of mortgages and mortgage-backed securities sold to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
13 members of Anonymous indicted on US hacking charges
Thirteen alleged members of the loosely organized hacker collective known as Anonymous were indicted Thursday in connection with a series of online attacks on US companies and trade groups.
Venezuela says US has expelled its charge d'affaires
The United States has expelled Venezuela's charge d'affaires in Washington and two other diplomats in reprisal for the expulsion of three American diplomats from Caracas.
Woman charged with stalking US actor John Cusack
A 45-year-old woman was charged Thursday with stalking US actor John Cusack, whom she allegedly pestered with text, Twitter and other messages for the last three years.
Football: Messi pays back millions to taxman - reports
Barcelona star Lionel Messi and his father paid off five million euros ($6.6 million) they owed to the taxman ahead of their court appearance on tax evasion charges.
Kazakhs charged with impeding Boston bombing probe
A federal grand jury in Boston indicted two college students from Kazakhstan on Thursday for allegedly impeding investigators pursuing the Boston Marathon bombers.
US concerned about charges of vote-rigging in Zimbabwe
The United States voiced concern on Tuesday at charges of potential vote-rigging as Zimbabwe goes to the polls to elect a president.
3 athletes charged with raping official in Malaysia
Three young Malaysian handball players have been charged with raping an official at a national tournament.
Suspended death for China ex-minister's 'huge' bribery
China's former railways minister Liu Zhijun was given a suspended death sentence Monday for "especially huge" bribery.
US fines 'Hezbollah' bank $102 mn for laundering
A Lebanese bank accused of laundering money from drugs and other operations for clients tied to Hezbollah militants agreed Tuesday to pay US authorities $102 million to settle the charges.
US leaker Snowden charged with espionage: official
US authorities have filed espionage charges against rogue intelligence technician Edward Snowden and have asked Hong Kong to detain him.
Activist says China pressured New York University
Activist Chen Guangcheng charged that China waged an "unrelenting" pressure campaign that led New York University to end his studies as he voiced fear for academic freedom in the United States.
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Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
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Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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