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India asks US embassy to stop 'commercial' activities
India has asked the US embassy to close down commercial activities at its sports and leisure centre in New Delhi in the latest development in a diplomatic row.
Football: Spanish clubs fined for TV rights breach
Spanish financial regulators on Monday fined four football clubs including Real Madrid and Barcelona, as well as a big television producer millions of euros for allegedly breaking the rules on the sale of television rights.
US congressman Radel arrested for cocaine possession
First-term US congressman Trey Radel of Florida has been arrested for possession of cocaine, court documents showed Tuesday.
Weightlifting: Doping tricks get Kazakhstan fined $500 thousand
Kazakhstan Weightlifting Federation has been charged with a fine of $500 thousand for doping violations of several Kazakhstan athletes.
Drunk driving fine to make 1 million tenge in Kazakhstan
The fine for driving drunk will be increased to 1 million tenge ($6,530) in Kazakhstan.
French motorists top league of unpaid fines in London
Foreign motorists owe almost £2.8 million ($4.5 million, 3.3 million euros) in unpaid parking fines in central London.
Panama slaps $1 million fine on N.Korean ship
The Panama Canal Authority announced Thursday that it slapped a $1 million fine on a North Korean cargo ship caught with an undeclared shipment of Cuban weapons in July.
Chevron claims new proof of fraud in Ecuador pollution ruling
US oil giant Chevron, hit in Ecuador with a record $19 billion fine for pollution, asked Monday for the court to consider what it claimed was "new evidence" the judge in the case was corrupt.
NCOC fined $10 thousand for dead seagulls
North Caspian Operating Company, the operator of Kashagan oilfield, located in Kazakhstan's sector of the Caspian Sea shelf, was fined $10 thousand for harming the environment.
UK Islamic TV channel fined for inciting violence
Britain's broadcasting watchdog fined an Islamic television channel £85,000 ($133,000, 99,700 euros) after a presenter said anyone disrespecting the Prophet Mohammed should be killed.
China fines baby formula firms $108 million for price-fixing: Xinhua
China has fined six mostly foreign baby formula companies a total of $108 million for price-fixing.
Six fined over Malaysia 'exorcism' death: report
Six family members who suffocated a Malaysian toddler to death by piling on top of her for hours in a suspected exorcism ritual have been fined but avoided jail.
Hershey pays $4 mn fine for chocolate price-fixing
US candy maker Hershey on Friday pleaded guilty to participating in a chocolate price-fixing scheme and paid a CAN$4 million (US$4.2 million) fine.
Deloitte fined $10 mn in US laundering case
Big accountancy Deloitte was fined $10 million by New York state on Tuesday for its actions in advising Standard Chartered Bank over money laundering.
Kazakhstan mulls postponing penalties for greenhouse gas emissions
Kazakhstan Environmental Protection Ministry is suggesting to postpone and lower the fines for exceeding greenhouse gas emission quotas.
Wal-Mart fined $110 mn over hazardous waste
Wal-Mart was hit with $110 million in US federal and state fines Tuesday after pleading guilty to criminal charges of mishandling hazardous waste and pesticides at its retail stores.
New Zealander fined over Prince Charles manure plan
An elderly New Zealand anti-royalist was fined Monday over a plan to hurl manure at Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during their visit to Auckland last year.
Almaty drivers fined 1 billion tenge in 2 months
Over 98 thousand violations of traffic rules were registered and 95 thousand tickets worth over 1 billion tenge were issued in Almaty since December 2012.
Kazakhstan Oil Ministry fines subsoil users 350 million tenge
Since 2010 Kazakhstan has a right to impose penalties on companies for nonperformance of contract obligations on local content: Ministry.
'Xena' actress fined over New Zealand oil protest
"Xena: Warrior Princess" actress Lucy Lawless was fined in a New Zealand court Thursday for boarding a ship with environmentalists last year in protest at plans to search for oil off Alaska.
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MP suggests renaming the capital after Nazarbayev
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World oil prices continue to rise
21 november 2016, 20:23
Space 360: first-ever 4K panoramic view from ISS
21 november 2016, 17:35
Nazarbayev calls EXPO-2017 case convicts embezzled
21 november 2016, 14:12
Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet
21 november 2016, 10:05
Merkel to seek fourth term as chancellor
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Akimat: the snowfall in Almaty is unprecedented
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19 november 2016, 22:45
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US, EU stocks fall as markets focus on dollar
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Pacific leaders urged to defend free trade
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EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
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EU eyes US-style screening system for travellers
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Google, Facebook take aim at 'fake' news
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Nazarbayev discussed agreements with Serbian PM
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NASA has published photos of Supermoon at Baikonur
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Putin, Trump to normalise US-Russia ties
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