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Kazakhstan says all gunmen behind attacks arrested

Kazakhstan had detained all the remaining gunmen involved in a series of shooting attacks last week that killed seven people.

Kazakhstan says all gunmen behind attacks arrested
Security Committee Chairman Vladimir Zhumakanov (L) and President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. ©akorda.kz
Kazakh president says deadly attacks organised 'from abroad'

Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev said the perpetrators of deadly attacks in Aktobe city were acting on instructions from abroad.

Kazakh president says deadly attacks organised 'from abroad'
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Kazakh president orders 'strictest punishment' over deadly attacks

President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Wednesday demanded 'the strictest punishment' to the perpetrators of deadly attacks in Aktobe city.

Kazakh president orders 'strictest punishment' over deadly attacks
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13 killed in Kazakh 'anti-terror' raid after shootings

Police in Kazakhstan said Tuesday they had killed 13 suspects in an anti-terror operation following deadly weekend attacks.

13 killed in Kazakh 'anti-terror' raid after shootings
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Kazakhstan manhunt after 'terror' shootings kill six: police

Police in Kazakhstan were hunting for up to seven gunmen on Monday after a series of terror attacks that killed six people.

Kazakhstan manhunt after 'terror' shootings kill six: police
Pallada gun shop after the June 5 attack in Aktobe, Kazakhstan. Photo from social networks.
'Religious extremists' kill six in Kazakhstan rampage

Armed men suspected of being religious extremists went on the rampage in a town in Kazakhstan.

'Religious extremists' kill six in Kazakhstan rampage
France PM warns extreme Islam winning the propaganda war
France PM warns extreme Islam winning the propaganda war

Prime Minister Manuel Valls said extreme forms of Islam were winning the propaganda war for hearts and minds.

France PM warns extreme Islam winning the propaganda war
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IS will start recruiting members from Central Asia, Caucasus and Indonesia: experts from Egypt

According to the report of the Ministry of Islamic Endowments (Awqaf) of Egypt, the Islamic State group will start recruiting new members from Central Asia, where Kazakhstan is located, Caucasus region and Indonesia.

IS will start recruiting members from Central Asia, Caucasus and Indonesia: experts from Egypt
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Terrorists destroyed in Bishkek - Kazakhstani citizens?

Reports circulating in the Kyrgyz media allege that the terrorists destroyed in Bishkek on July 16 were Kazakhstani citizens.

Terrorists destroyed in Bishkek - Kazakhstani citizens?
Britain's Cameron attacks extreme conspiracy theories
Britain's Cameron attacks extreme conspiracy theories

Conspiracy theories of a powerful Jewish cabal or a Western plan to destroy Islam must be challenged in efforts to counter radicalisation, British Prime Minister David Cameron will say on Monday.

Britain's Cameron attacks extreme conspiracy theories
 President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai. Photo courtesy of sco-russia.ru
Afghanistan territory used by terrorist from Central Asia, China and Russia: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai

Terrorists from Central Asia, China, Russia and other countries use the territory of Afghanistan, said the President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai.

Afghanistan territory used by terrorist from Central Asia, China and Russia: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai
Iran's Zarif urges joint action against extremism
Iran's Zarif urges joint action against extremism

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said a nuclear deal with Western powers was "within reach" and could open the way to joint action against extremism.

Iran's Zarif urges joint action against extremism
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It is unacceptable for our citizens to become terrorists: Nurtai Abykayev of Kazakhstan

According to the head of Kazakhstan's National Security Committee Nurtai Abykayev, excessive attention to the Daish, the Arabic acronym for the so-called Islamic State, pushes homegrown extremists to commit terrorist acts in their home countries.

It is unacceptable for our citizens to become terrorists: Nurtai Abykayev of Kazakhstan
Chairman of Kazkahstan's National Security Committee Nurtai Abykayev. Photo courtesy of knb.kz.
Head of Kazakhstan's National Security Committee suggests using term Daish for IS

Head of Kazakhstan’s National Security Committee Nurtai Abykayev has urged to use the term Daish in respect to the so-called Islamic State.

Head of Kazakhstan's National Security Committee suggests using term Daish for IS
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Kazakh President urges not to associate terrorism with Islam

Kazakhstan's leader Nursultan Nazarbayev has urged not to associate terrorism with peace-loving Islam or with religion in general.

Kazakh President urges not to associate terrorism with Islam
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Extremists from Kyrgyzstan see new opportunities in Kazakhstan and Eurasian Union

Kazakh political analyst Dosym Satpayev claims the newly established Eurasian Economic Union has created new opportunities for extremists from Kyrgyzstan.

Extremists from Kyrgyzstan see new opportunities in Kazakhstan and Eurasian Union
A fighter of the Islamic State holds black IS flag. ©REUTERS/STRINGER
Bulgarian expert presents portrait of extremist from Kazakhstan

Member of the International Association for the Study of Terrorism presents findings of рук study into the roots of extremism in Kazakhstan.

Bulgarian expert presents portrait of extremist from Kazakhstan
Kazakh members of Soldiers of the Caliphate (from left to right): Znaliev Damir, Khabidolla Rinat, Munatov Urynbasar ©Roza Yessenkulova
Kazakh expert writes book about Kazakhstan terrorists from Soldiers of Caliphate

Kazakh political expert Yerlan Karin has presented his new book where he summed up his study of the terrorist organisation known Soldiers of the Caliphate.

Kazakh expert writes book about Kazakhstan terrorists from Soldiers of Caliphate
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Kazakhstani journalists lay flowers near French Consulate in memory of colleagues from Charlie Hebdo

Kazakhstani journalists have laid flowers near the French Consulate in Almaty to honor the victims of the terrorist attack at the French Charlie Hebdo newspaper.

Kazakhstani journalists lay flowers near French Consulate in memory of colleagues from Charlie Hebdo
The Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmet Yasawi. Photo courtesy of khabar.kz
Kazakh professor asks Nazarbayev to protect a Sufi mausoleum from religious fanatics

A professor from Gumilyov Eurasian National University has asked President Nursultan Nazarbayev to protect the Mausoleum of famous Sufi scholar located at the territory for Kazakhstan from religious fanatics.

Kazakh professor asks Nazarbayev to protect a Sufi mausoleum from religious fanatics