President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has endorsed the law On ratification of treaty between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Bulgaria on extradition
US President Barack Obama voiced confidence that a "shocked and heartbroken" nation would eventually tighten permissive gun laws.
Russia's lower house of parliament gave initial backing to a bill requiring Internet search sites to remove access to inaccurate and outdated personal information.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law an amnesty for people who illegally spirited funds out of the country.
Colombia's Congress has voted to bar presidents from seeking re-election.
A comprehensive plan to implement Nazarbayev's five reforms has been released in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan mulls limiting cash transactions between sole proprietors to 1,000 MCI or 1,982,000 tenge ($10,667).
Italy's lower house of parliament is due to take a final vote on a bill to radically overhaul the electoral system aimed at ending decades of political instability.
More than two dozen protesters including a leading human rights activist and opposition politicians were detained overnight in Malaysia.
Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Investments and Development plans to continue lowering the mobile phone tariffs in Kazakhstan.
The so-called 'right to be forgotten', which allows individuals to have information, videos or photographs that infringe on their privacy deleted from Internet records, was discussed by Kazakhstan's Majilis.
This year's election in Kazakhstan will be remembered for crowding due to high voter turnout, the use of social media and Internet, and an unlikely celebrity observer at one of Astana's polling stations.
Mr Baimoldin, a 49-year-old Kazakhstani, is facing 6 months in jail for touching an Emirati policewoman on the shoulder in Dubai, UAE.
International expert suggests changes to be made in the Kazakhstani electoral rules, especially with regards to ballot-stuffing and passive voting right.
More than three months after Islamist attacks in Paris that killed 17, French MPs will debate controversial new laws allowing spies to hoover up data from suspected jihadists.
An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action case against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches officially filed the suit in a Vienna court.
Protesters waving Australian flags and carrying signs such as "Yes Australia. No Sharia" rallied around the country.
Apple chief Tim Cook slammed what he called a wave of "dangerous" laws in several US states that he said promote discrimination and erode equality.
Access to social networking websites may be blocked in Kazakhstan on the campaigning silence day before the elections should the rules of campaigning be violated.
Kazakhstan is on its way to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as part of the move to eliminate discrimination against the disabled.
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