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Xinjiang residents must submit DNA for passports
Xinjiang residents must submit DNA for passports

Residents of a border district in China's mostly Muslim region of Xinjiang must now provide DNA samples when applying for passports.

Xinjiang residents must submit DNA for passports
Photo courtesy of yarnovosti.com
'Brainy TV' set to triumph over reality's race to the bottom

The grip trashy reality shows hold on television may be about to be broken by a new wave of intelligent documentaries.

'Brainy TV' set to triumph over reality's race to the bottom
Panama Papers allege offshore link with notorious British heist
Panama Papers allege offshore link with notorious British heist

A Panamanian shell company may have helped hide millions of dollars from the Brink's-Mat heist leaked tax documents allege.

Panama Papers allege offshore link with notorious British heist
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No ID cards for Kazakhstanis with tattoos and piercings

A new rule in Kazakhstan bans facial piercings and tattoos on photos for identification documents.

No ID cards for Kazakhstanis with tattoos and piercings
Illustration ©Tengrinews
Nazarbayev signs law on Good-Neighborliness and Alliance in 21st century

Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev has signed the Law On Ratification of the Agreement between Russia and Kazakhstan on good-neighborliness and alliance in the XXI century.

Nazarbayev signs law on Good-Neighborliness and Alliance in 21st century
Rakhat Aliyev ©youtube.com
Rakhat Aliyev forged many documents to prove innocence: expert

Many of the documents purported to show a conspiracy against Aliyev, former son-in-law of Kazakhstan President, have been found forged by a famous forgery expert.

Rakhat Aliyev forged many documents to prove innocence: expert
©Reuters/Alessandro Bianchi
Interpol reports low use of stolen passport database

Fewer than 10 countries in the world systematically use an Interpol database to verify whether a passenger is flying with stolen documents, the organization's secretary general said.

Interpol reports low use of stolen passport database
©National Security Committee of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan Interior Ministry explains origin of blank passports seized from Chinese at border

The Interior Ministry of Kazakhstan denies that the blank Kazakhstan passports seizing from two Chinese nationals was obtained illegally.

Kazakhstan Interior Ministry explains origin of blank passports seized from Chinese at border
Snowden says he took no secret documents to Russia
Snowden says he took no secret documents to Russia

US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden says he did not bring any secret documents with him to Russia when he fled there, ensuring Moscow had no access to the files.

Snowden says he took no secret documents to Russia
©REUTERS
Rare Schindler documents up for auction

Rare documents that a historian says fill in some major gaps in the story of Holocaust hero Oskar Schindler have gone up for auction online.

Rare Schindler documents up for auction
'Intersex' included on Australia's new gender guidelines
'Intersex' included on Australia's new gender guidelines

The Australian government has announced new guidelines on gender recognition which state that individuals should be given the option of selecting "male", "female" or "intersex" on their personal documents.

'Intersex' included on Australia's new gender guidelines
Rare British royal's signature up for auction in US
Rare British royal's signature up for auction in US

A document signed by Britain's King Richard III will be auctioned in Los Angeles next week, two months after scientists found the ancient royal's remains under a modern-day car park.

Rare British royal's signature up for auction in US

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