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Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan
Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan authorities should give specially attention to internal security until the military conflict in Syria is fully settled: political analyst Aidos Sarym.

Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan
UN wrangles on Syria as Obama urges action
UN wrangles on Syria as Obama urges action

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday demanded the UN Security Council take tough action against Syria, as Russia wrangled with the West over how to strip Bashar al-Assad of chemical arms.

UN wrangles on Syria as Obama urges action
Iran president offers to broker Syria talks
Iran president offers to broker Syria talks

Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said Thursday his government was ready to "help facilitate dialogue" between the Syrian government and the opposition.

Iran president offers to broker Syria talks
Former US' Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. ©Reuters/Eric Vidal
Two former Pentagon chiefs criticize Obama over Syria

Two former Pentagon chiefs who served under Barack Obama have criticized the president over the Syria crisis and his request to Congress to authorize possible US military action.

Two former Pentagon chiefs criticize Obama over Syria
Assad: One year, $1 bn needed to destroy chem arms
Assad: One year, $1 bn needed to destroy chem arms

Defiant strongman Bashar Al-Assad promised Wednesday he would surrender Syria's chemical weapons but warned it would take at least a year to do so and cost one billion dollars.

Assad: One year, $1 bn needed to destroy chem arms
McCain op-ed to Russia: Putin 'doesn't believe in you'
McCain op-ed to Russia: Putin 'doesn't believe in you'

US Senator John McCain penned a blistering column for Russian media, telling the Russian people that their President Vladimir Putin is a dissent-quashing tyrant who "doesn't believe in you."

McCain op-ed to Russia: Putin 'doesn't believe in you'
©REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
Chevron, Transocean settle over Rio oil spill

US energy giant Chevron and Swiss-based rig operator Transocean signed a deal with Brazilian prosecutors on Friday to settle lawsuits over an oil spill off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

Chevron, Transocean settle over Rio oil spill
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo by Sultan Dosaliyev©
All will benefit from peacefull setlement of Syrian conflict: Nazarbayev

Kazakhstan supports Russia's position of solving the Syrian conflict and passing Syria's chemical weapons under the international control.

All will benefit from peacefull setlement of Syrian conflict: Nazarbayev
'Prove it,' US tells Assad on chemical arms vow
'Prove it,' US tells Assad on chemical arms vow

President Bashar al-Assad confirmed for the first time that Syria plans to give up its chemical weapons as the United States urged him and his Russian allies to quickly make good on his promise.

'Prove it,' US tells Assad on chemical arms vow
Putin: Unilateral Syria strike would up-end world order
Putin: Unilateral Syria strike would up-end world order

Russia issued a stark warning Thursday that unilateral US military action could destroy world order, as the rival great powers discussed a plan to remove Syria's chemical weapons.

Putin: Unilateral Syria strike would up-end world order
Obama vows to give diplomacy a chance on Syria
Obama vows to give diplomacy a chance on Syria

President Barack Obama said it was too early to say if a Russian plan to secure Syria's chemical weapons could forestall US air strikes, but vowed to give diplomacy a chance.

Obama vows to give diplomacy a chance on Syria
Obama, Assad go head-to-head in US interview duel
Obama, Assad go head-to-head in US interview duel

Presidents Barack Obama and Bashar Al-Assad will go head-to-head in dueling US television interviews Monday, as a crucial week dawns for the US leader's push for air attacks on Syria.

Obama, Assad go head-to-head in US interview duel
Oil hits 28-month high in US on Syria tensions
Oil hits 28-month high in US on Syria tensions

Crude-oil prices surged higher Friday amid US-Russia tensions over a potential military strike on Syria, pushing the US contract to a 28-month high.

Oil hits 28-month high in US on Syria tensions
©REUTERS/Majed Jaber
US risks sending 'empty threats' to Iran: analysts

Iran is carefully watching the divisive US debate on whether to launch military strikes against its chief ally, Syria, but the Obama administration may be at risk of sending Tehran the wrong message.

US risks sending 'empty threats' to Iran: analysts
World powers fail to heal Syria rift at G20 dinner
World powers fail to heal Syria rift at G20 dinner

World powers discussed the Syria crisis over dinner at the G20 summit but failed to bridge deeply entrenched divisions over a US push for military action against President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

World powers fail to heal Syria rift at G20 dinner
Syria at heart of EU talks in Vilnius
Syria at heart of EU talks in Vilnius

EU foreign ministers gather Friday in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius seeking a joint position on Syria as France stands alone in the 28-nation bloc in favour of military intervention.

Syria at heart of EU talks in Vilnius
Kerry says world must act as Obama wins Syria support
Kerry says world must act as Obama wins Syria support

Top US lawmakers Tuesday began rallying behind President Barack Obama's plan to launch military strikes against Syria to warn the regime and nations like Iran that the world will never condone chemical weapons.

Kerry says world must act as Obama wins Syria support
Obama starts to build support for Syria strike
Obama starts to build support for Syria strike

The White House battled Monday for congressional authorization to bomb Syria, as two top Republicans warned that a "no" vote after President Barack Obama had threatened action would be catastrophic.

Obama starts to build support for Syria strike
Russia sends spy ship to Syria coast: report
Russia sends spy ship to Syria coast: report

Russia has sent a reconnaissance vessel from its Black Sea fleet to the coast off Syria, as Moscow anxiously watches Western plans for military action against the Damascus regime.

Russia sends spy ship to Syria coast: report
Merkel hits out at Russia, China over Syria stance
Merkel hits out at Russia, China over Syria stance

German Chancellor Angela Merkel hit out at Russia and China over their stance in the Syrian crisis, saying in an interview published Saturday that their action weakened the United Nations.

Merkel hits out at Russia, China over Syria stance

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