Kazakhstan has banned alcohol sales between 9 p.m. and noon.
Japan on Wednesday finally fell into line with other developed countries and made the possession of child pornography illegal.
The US Supreme Court ruled it was illegal to buy a gun on behalf of someone else who did not go through the background check.
About 1,000 clowns, jugglers and animal trainers marched Tuesday against Mexico City's pending ban on circus animals.
Canada's attorney general unveiled a law Wednesday that makes it legal to sell sex to individuals but illegal to buy it, after the high court struck down an anti-prostitution law.
Insiders dealings and securities market manipulations will be punishable by law in Kazakhstan according to the First Deputy Prosecutor General Iogan Merkel.
Citizens accused of embezzling state property will be able to avoid imprisonment in case they fully compensate for it.
The upcoming legalization of capital in Kazakhstan will benefit primarily the state officials - this is the opinion of the head of the Association of Entrepreneurs of Almaty Viktor Yambayev.
The OECD has arrived to Astana to monitor Kazakhstani legislation as a part of the Istanbul Anti-corruption Action Plan
A prominent Tunisian blogger who accused police of fabricating drugs charges against him walked free from court on Friday after a judge threw out the case.
Costa Rica's social security administration has agreed to allow same-sex couples to share health and pension benefits, even though the conservative Central American country bans gay marriage.
Omarkhan Oksikbayev, Member of the Lower Chamber of the Kazakhstan Parliamentб doubts success of the forthcoming legalization of property in Kazakhstan.
A judge in the state of Florida has given a green light for a human rights abuses trial to move forward in the United States against Bolivian ex-president Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada.
Switzerland on Sunday overwhelmingly voted for a harsher stance against convicted paedophiles by banning them from working with children for life.
A Moroccan court has jailed six men for up to three years on various charges including "homosexuality", a rights group told AFP.
The government of Kazakhstan has announced the date when it is going to start the legalization of property and capital.
A new law that prohibits opening of anonymous bank accounts has been adopted in Kazakhstan.
Brazil's congress adopted a law Wednesday to compensate workers who say they were never paid properly after being recruited to Amazon rubber plantations to help the Allies during World War II.
Uruguay on Friday took a major step in setting rules for the government-regulated sale of marijuana, a daring experiment supported by the country's iconoclastic president.
Information on cadaveric donors in Kazakhstan will be confidential.
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