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Japan considers pulling UNESCO funding over Nanjing row
Japan warned that it might pull funding for UNESCO to protest last week's decision to inscribe documents related to the Nanjing massacre in its Memory of the World register.
Khan Qoryk Festival to open in Ulytau in celebration of 550 anniversary of Kazakh Khaganate
First youth festival Khan Qoryk dedicated to the 550th anniversary of Kazakh Khaganate opens in Kazakhstan.
Kazakh horses named the oldest domestic horse breed
Kazakh horses are the oldest of domestic breeds that continues to inhabit the territories of its original formation said a Russian scientist Leonid Gaiduchenko.
The Forgotten of Karaganda awarded at California Film Awards
Kazakhstani-Spanish The Forgotten of Karaganda documentary film has been awarded at the California Film Awards as the Best Documentary,
Well preserved mammoth tusks discovered near Karaganda
Workers of a mining company have discovered mammoth tusks in Karaganda Oblast.
3000-yo cauldron discovered in eastern Kazakhstan
A 3000-y.o. cauldron dated back to the Bronze Age has been discovered in eastern Kazakhstan.
China museum closed over fake exhibits
A Chinese museum has been ordered to close after thousands of its historical exhibits were found to be fake, state-run media said on Thursday.
World's oldest sperm found in Australia
The world's oldest and best-preserved sperm, dating back 17 million years, has been unearthed in Australia, scientists said.
Mystery of fossilized jaw solved in Semey
Semey historians have finely identified the mysterious fossilized jaw that was almost forgotten in a school museum as an unknown object.
Artefacts of 18 century war discovered in South Kazakhstan
Shepherds have found a ring-mail armor dating back to the 18th century in a desert in southern Kazakhstan.
French Revolution's 'monster' gets modern diagnosis
Depending on what you read, Maximilien de Robespierre was a defender of the poor and downtrodden -- "the Incorruptible" who defended the values of the French Revolution to the end.
Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State calls to abstain from idealizing the past
History books should unveil the dramatic events of the 20th century without nostalgic feelings towards the allegedly “orderly [Soviet] times”: Marat Tazhin.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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