The acting secretary of Kazakhstan's Security Council Adilbek Dzhaksybekov has taken part in the meeting of the CIS Security Council's Secretaries in Moscow.
According to some open Syrian sources, the Islamists troops comprise around 250 Kazakhstan-born, 100 Kyrgyzstan-born, 190 Tajikistan-born, 500 Uzbekistan-born and around 360 Turkmenistan-born militants.
Kazakhstan’s political scientist Yerlan Karin studied the problem of terrorism in Kazakhstan and provided a detailed socio-demographic portrait of a typical local terrorist.
Participation in foreign armed conflicts has become a criminal offence in Kazakhstan.
The Prosecutor General's Office has withdrawn several most grave charges from Grace church pastor Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev.
The conflict in Syria poses new risks of homegrown extremism in Australia, with citizens returning radicalised after fighting there.
Grace church pastor Bakhytzhan Kashkumbayev charged by Kazakhstan authorities with extremism has had his first hearing in Astana.
Member of the Majilis Talgat Yergaliev proposed engaging members of the Muslim clergy in teaching Religious Studies at schools.
Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Akshat Daulbayev invited Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) James Comey to Kazakhstan.
Prosecutor General Askhat Daulbaev discussed fighting against extremism and terrorism with US Charge d'Affaires in Kazakhstan John Ordway.
The state program for countering religious extremism and terrorism for 2013-2017 has been adopted in Kazakhstan.
Brazilian riot police fired tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse extremist protesters who ransacked bank branches, shops and a car dealership in central Sao Paulo.
Sunni Muslim extremists and Shiite Zaidi rebels in Yemen are waging a battle for the control of mosques, in a spillover of the sectarian face-off rattling the Middle East.
Illicit trafficking in oil and oil products fuels Kazakhstan's shadow economy and provides funding to organized criminal groups, including radical religious movements: official.
These are the additional funds. The actual spending on this program exceeds the above amounts: Kazakhstan official.
Meanwhile, Kazakhstan law-enforcement authorities failed to prevent 18 violations of extremist nature.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev instructed to study the existing capacities of the country's Armed Forces and set several tasks to the law-enforcement authorities.
Afghan militants may come to Central Asia after withdrawal of the international coalition troops from Afghanistan: Asseylbek Mendygaliyev.
A special website aimed at countering terrorism opened in Kazakhstan Internet segment.
At the same time President warned that “measures to counteract extremism should not transform into witch-hunt and shouldn’t grow into moves to counteract religion”.