The King of Jordan Abdullah II has been invited to the 5th Congress of World and Traditional Religions in Astana, Kazakhstan.
The XVI Congress of Kazakhstan’s ruling party Nur Otan has nominated the incumbent Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev as a presidential candidate.
US President urged Congress not to impose new sanctions on Iran over its disputed nuclear program, threatening to veto any such legislation that lands on his desk.
The White House insisted that President Barack Obama was authorized to strike the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria under a law passed by Congress.
US congressmen have highly valued President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s efforts towards stabilization of the situation in Ukraine and Afghanistan.
An overwhelming majority of US lawmakers demanded President Barack Obama hold the line on Iran, as a permanent agreement regarding the Islamic republic's contested nuclear program is under negotiation in Vienna.
A Florida great-great grandfather has launched a campaign to run for the US Congress in November, running on a record of 101 years of life experience.
The Prosecutor General's Office has withdrawn several most grave charges from Grace church pastor Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev.
The World Petroleum Congress is one of the most prestigious global events and Astana was biding to host it.
India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced Friday that he will step down after elections this year and said reluctant political scion Rahul Gandhi should take his place if the ruling Congress party wins an unlikely third term.
The US Congress is set to adopt a law next week forbidding Turkey from using American funds to acquire a $4 billion missile system from a Chinese company blacklisted by Washington.
Mexico's Congress approved historic energy reform Thursday aimed at luring foreign oil firms back into the country and ending the state's 75-year-old monopoly following a heated debate.
A US panel Wednesday raised the specter of sanctions against China, warning Congress that Beijing has not curbed its rampant spying on American interests, a major national security concern.
The 16-day US government shutdown cost 6.6 million in lost workdays for furloughed federal workers, amounting to $2.0 billion in lost productivity, the White House said Thursday in a report.
President Barack Obama called on Congress Tuesday to tighten gun laws after the latest in a "ritual" of shooting massacres, but lawmakers admitted there is insufficient support for new legislation.
Oil prices were mixed in Asian trade Wednesday, following big falls in New York and after US President Barack Obama asked Congress to delay a vote on US military action in Syria, analysts.
Indonesia is ready to support Kazakhstan’s bid to host the World Petroleum Congress in 2017 in Astana.
Pope Francis has ordered an investigation into a Polish ban on the ritual kosher slaughter of animals.
US armed intervention in Syria would not resolve the civil war and rebel forces cannot be relied on to back American interests, the top military chief said in a letter to Congress.
Republican Darrell Issa of California was 2012's richest member of Congress, worth at least $355 million.