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I will beat Golovkin instead of Oscar de la Hoya: David Lemieux
IBF middleweight champion Davix Lemieux talked about a possible fight against WBA Super, IBO and WBC Interim middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in his interview with The Ropes radio.
Nazarbayev's interview to Russian TV Channel
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev has talked to Russia-24 TV Channel.
Three gold medals is an incredible feeling: Dmitriy Balandin
Three times champions of the Asian Games Dmirty Balandin from Kazakhstan talked about his best performance in an interview with Vesti.kz.
Bob Dylan charged in France over Croat comments: source
Bob Dylan has been charged with insulting behaviour and incitement to hatred in France after a Croat group filed a complaint about an interview he gave to Rolling Stone magazine.
Syria becoming 'Mediterranean Afghanistan': Turkey president
Syria could become a "Mediterranean Afghanistan" if the international community does not act to end its civil war.
Michael Jackson 'still loves me," says freed doctor
Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray said Wednesday that the late pop icon still loves him, and would be appalled by fans who attack him over the star's 2009 death.
Obama, Assad go head-to-head in US interview duel
Presidents Barack Obama and Bashar Al-Assad will go head-to-head in dueling US television interviews Monday, as a crucial week dawns for the US leader's push for air attacks on Syria.
Assad says chemical weapons claims 'insult to common sense'
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Western claims his regime used chemical weapons were an "insult to common sense".
Old newspaper era is over, Obama says via Kindle
President Barack Obama acknowledged the problems facing the US newspaper industry, ironically in an interview that was distributed via online retail giant Amazon's Kindle e-reader.
My political career is over: Strauss-Kahn
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn declared in an interview broadcast on Russian television that his political career was over and he was instead working as an economic advisor.
Ex-IMF chief says he has no problem with women
Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn said he doesn't have "any kind of problems with women".
Lagarde hopes Europe will 'one day' appreciate IMF
IMF chief Christine Lagarde hopes the new Greek government "will hold" and that "one day" the Fund's work in Europe, currently the target of criticism.
Michael Douglas denies blaming oral sex for his cancer
A spokesman for Michael Douglas denied Monday that the veteran Hollywood actor had blamed his throat cancer on oral sex.
'Very confident' Assad talks of new front with Israel
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad threatened Israel with renewed fighting in the Golan Heights and said Russia was committed to supplying him with advanced missiles.
Archbishop says OK with irking British PM on economy
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby accepted in an interview aired Saturday that he had probably ruffled the British government's feathers with his comments on the bleak state of the economy.
Dutch crown prince vows less protocol as 21st century king
Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander vowed to be an approachable, 21st century monarch, insisting in a wide-ranging interview.
Who shot Bin Laden? Media feud among Navy SEALs
A new version of the events surrounding the killing of Osama bin Laden was unveiled Wednesday sharply contradicting earlier claims by a Navy SEAL who said he pulled the trigger.
Director of Shal and Kelin movies to leave Kazakhstan
Prominent Kazakhstan filmmaker Yermek Tursunov is going to leave Kazakhstan when he reaches retirement age.
1/3 of Kazakhstan doesn’t Friend colleagues in social networks
Kazakhstan HR company polled 2000 employees and found that 75% of the respondents add their colleagues to their Friends lists.
Clinton says goodbye in global TV interview
Despite being grounded on doctor's orders after a bout of ill health, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday took a virtual round-the-world trip to say a final farewell.
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