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Gabon education minister resigns over exam row
Gabon's education minister has resigned due to a scandal after hundreds of students failed the country's high-school exams.
Millions lose Internet access in US
Time Warner Cable apologized for a "very serious failure" after millions of people across the US were knocked off the Internet because of a fault.
66% fail Complex Testing of Entrants in Kazakhstan
66% of entrants have failed the Complex Testing of Entrants (CTE) held in Kazakhstan on July 19-22, 2014.
IAEA, Iran talks fail again as US hikes pressure
Nuclear talks between Iran and the UN atomic agency failed yet again Wednesday, as the top US diplomat in separate six-party negotiations warned Washington's patience was wearing thin.
MIG-31 crashed because of control system failure
The aircraft started spinning into the left at the height of 3 thousand meters: this was for sure a control system failure: expert.
Facebook access limited for some Kazakhstan users
There has been an accident at one of the internet providers' facilities, not at KazakhTelecom's ones, but outside of Kazakhstan.
Oscar hopeful Haneke directs Mozart in Madrid
Although he is nursing hopes of an Oscar, Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke says he feels doomed to failure with his latest project -- a staging of a Mozart opera in Spain.
Russia fires top space official over launch failures
Russian President Vladimir Putin has fired the chief of a key state-run aerospace bureau following several launch failures, the Kremlin said Monday.
Australia hits out at Facebook over 'racist' page
Australian Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has hit out at Facebook over its failure to immediately take down a page that stereotyped Aboriginal people as hopeless petrol-sniffing drunks.
Qantas pilot tests positive for alcohol
A Qantas Airways pilot failed an alcohol test after being removed from the controls of a passenger flight just minutes before take-off over concerns she had been drinking.
US stands firm against arming Syrian rebels
The US is stepping up support for the Syrian rebels but, despite the failure of UN envoy Kofi Annan's mission, is sticking to its refusal to pour arms into a complex conflict.
Olympic security firm expects $77 million loss
British security firm G4S said Friday it expects losses of up to $77 million after the government had to deploy extra troops for the Olympics because the company failed to provide enough guards.
Annan in Syria hoping to save peace plan
International envoy Kofi Annan has arrived in Syria after admitting that his peace plan has so far failed to end nearly 16 months of carnage, as scores more die in the violence-wracked country.
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Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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