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Pussy Riot rockers in US to fight for jailed bandmates
Two members of the Russian feminist punk-rock band Pussy Riot on Friday urged the United States to help free their bandmates jailed last year for an anti-government protest performance.
Kazakhstan Prosecutor General invites Germans to visit prisons
Kazakhstan Prosecutor General Askhat Daulbayev met with German ambassador to Kazakhstan Guido Herz.
Kazakhstan to introduce electronic bracelets in 2014
Kazakhstan plans to start using electronic bracelets in 2014.
Five jailed in Britain over movie tax scam
Five people were jailed for more than 20 years in Britain on Monday for pretending to make a Hollywood blockbuster to secure millions of pounds in tax breaks from the government.
Five-year jail term sought for ex-Olympus head
Japanese prosecutors sought a five-year jail term Tuesday for the former head of Olympus for his involvement in a $1.7 billion loss cover-up scandal that hammered Japan's corporate governance image.
Kerry backs Afghanistan as Karzai hails prison deal
US Secretary of State John Kerry vowed in Kabul to stick by Afghanistan as President Hamid Karzai, after a series of fiery outbursts, hailed a "good day" for ties with the handover of a military jail.
US to cede full control of Bagram to Afghan forces
Afghanistan is set Monday to take full control of Bagram military jail from the United States, drawing a line under one running sore in their relationship as US-led forces wind down more than a decade of war.
Main accused in Delhi gang-rape commits suicide: jail
The main accused in the fatal gang-rape of a student on a bus in New Delhi last December hanged himself in jail Monday while in solitary confinement, prompting outrage from the victim's family.
Taiwan ex-president's prison term extended
Taiwan's former president Chen Shui-bian, jailed for corruption in 2009, has had his prison term extended by 18 months to 20 years due to a further bribery conviction.
Egypt's Morsi to urge Obama to free blind sheikh
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has said he will urge US President Barack Obama to free the blind sheikh jailed for the 1993 World Trade Center attack.
Australia warns citizens against fighting in Syria
Australians who take part in the fighting in Syria face up to 20 years in jail, a spokesman for Foreign Minister Bob Carr said Friday after a Melbourne man was reportedly killed in the conflict.
Ahmadinejad aide returns to jail after short parole
Ali Akbar Javanfekr, a senior aide to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, returned to jail on Monday after a four-day parole during which he underwent medical treatment.
Kazakhstan National Security Commission mulls isolating convicted terrorists
Kazakhstan National Security Commission is thinking of a more efficient way of jailing convicted terrorists so that they do not spread their ideas among other prisoners.
US 'deeply troubled' by fate of Vietnamese bloggers
The US voiced concern Monday at the jailing of three Vietnamese bloggers for "anti-state propaganda" and urged that they be freed.
Vietnam jails bloggers for 'anti-state propaganda'
A court in southern Vietnam jailed three bloggers Monday for "anti-state propaganda" at a brief but dramatic hearing, prompting calls from the United States and EU for their immediate release.
Australian jailed over penis hack killing of ex-lover
An Australian woman who admitted killing her ex-lover and attempting to hack off his penis was jailed for three years and nine months Wednesday, with a court accepting she was suffering depression.
New Zealand 'runaway millionaire' jailed for theft
A New Zealand man who fled to China after a bank mistakenly deposited millions of dollars into his account was jailed for four years and seven months Friday.
Iranian woman leaves US prison after Oman mediation
An Iranian woman, jailed by the United States for attempting to export military equipment to Tehran, has been freed and arrived in Oman on Tuesday.
Thai pardon for US citizen jailed for royal insult
Thailand on Wednesday said a Thai-born US citizen jailed for insulting the kingdom's revered monarch had been granted a royal pardon, in a move welcomed by the US.
At-risk teenagers educated of prison life in Aktau
A tour to jails has been organized for at-risk teenagers in Aktau.
11 april 2011, 15:03
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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