Italy's Agriculture Minister resigned amid allegations of abuse of power over the appointment of staff in the public healthcare system.
Austrian Prosecutor’s Office may present charges to Rakhat Aliyev as soon as in 2014.
A British man is charged with corruption of minors and lewd behavior in Uralsk in western Kazakhstan.
A Haitian judge on Friday indicted nine people, including several with close ties to former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide, in the murder of a prominent journalist, officials said.
Chinese state-owned oil giant Sinopec will pay compensation over a November pipeline explosion at its facility in the city of Qingdao that killed dozens of people and caused losses of more than $100 million.
Vietnamese police said Friday they had launched an investigation into a riot at a multi-billion dollar Samsung factory that left 13 people injured, four critically.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs is planning to open DNA laboratories in Kazakhstan's regions.
Eurojust and Europol may join their investigations against Rakhat Aliyev.
Results of the investigation into the Challenger-200 crash near Almaty will be publicized in the beginning of 2014: Bakhytzhan Sagintayev.
Agency for Fighting Economic and Corruption Crimes (Financial Police) has arrested the Head of Cattle Breeding Department of Agriculture Ministry of Kazakhstan.
A former close colleague of China's ex-chief of internal security Zhou Yongkang is under investigation for "law and discipline violations", authorities have announced, stepping up anti-corruption inquiries another notch.
Successive-day bombings on a railway station and trolleybus in Russia's heartland expose the challenge President Vladimir Putin faces in ensuring a safe Olympics on the edge of the violence-plagued North Caucasus.
A deadly bombing on a packed trolleybus in the Russian city of Volgograd was caused by a male suicide bomber as the official death toll rose to 14 people.
American schoolchildren were slaughtered in a hail of bullets after packing like sardines into a bathroom in a doomed bid to escape the murderous rampage of Newtown gunman Adam Lanza.
Alma Shalabayeva, the wife of Kazakhstan's fugitive banker Mukhtar Ablyazov, and her daughter Alua have left Kazakhstan for Italy.
The United Nations has urged Thailand to drop defamation charges against two Australian and Thai journalists for a report alleging military involvement in people smuggling, warning of a "chilling effect" on press freedom.
Rakhat Aliyev has applied for Cypriot citizenship.
Zhandos Akhmetov, First Deputy Head of the Agency for Fighting Economic and Corruption Crimes (Financial Police) of North Kazakhstan Oblast, has been shot dead.
Alma Shalabayeva, the wife of Kazakhstan's fugitive banker Mukhtar Ablyazov, is no longer under recognizance not to leave Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan Minister of Agriculture Asylzhan Mamytbekov is ready to resign in case Vice-Minister of Agriculture Muslim Umiryayev is guilty.
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