Kazakhstan plans to introduce major changes to its orphans and disadvantaged children programs.
Brazil's Congress on Tuesday passed comprehensive legislation on Internet privacy in what some have likened to a web-user's bill of rights, after stunning revelations its own president was targeted by US cyber-snooping.
Coca-Cola was taken to task by the US Supreme Court on Monday, with justices questioning whether a drink sold as fruit juice was the real thing.
Several thousand people came out in Canada's biggest cities on Sunday to call for the legalization of marijuana -- a yearly protest that happens internationally on April 20.
Speaking at last week's session of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan, President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev asserted a need for a profound change in the international law and world order towards multipolarity.
Medical examination has been proposed as a necessary condition for employment in Kazakhstan in a new amendment to the Code on People’s Health and Healthcare System of Kazakhstan.
At the meeting of the National Investors' Council Nursultan Nazarbayev declared that private property was inviolable in Kazakhstan.
OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović has expressed her concern over the changes in Kazakhstani legislation concerning freedom of speech and free internet access.
Kazakhstani sellers of car spare parts have finally been permitted to use Toyota trademark on they advertisement banners and leaflets.
New amendments to the Law On Communications allow Kazakhstan authorities to block access to networks, including the Internet, and turn off communications equipment without even needing to obtain a court ruling.
Tariffs for renewable energy sources (RES) in Kazakhstan will be approved for 15 years.
The calls for illegal changes in the territorial integrity of Kazakhstan would be punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment, according to the draft of the new Criminal Code.
Singapore authorities said Thursday they had intercepted about one tonne of ivory worth $1.6 million in a shipping container from Africa marked as carrying coffee berries.
Australia and New Zealand on Tuesday hailed a landmark court decision that Japan must halt an annual Antarctic whale hunt, despite fears it may try to sidestep the order.
Gay couples across England and Wales said "I do" on Friday night as a law authorising same-sex marriage came into effect at midnight, the final stage in a long fight for equality.
The adoption by Kenya's parliament of a controversial bill that legalises polygamy has provoked a fierce national debate pitting modern secular values and Christianity against local traditions.
92 websites have been banned by Kazakhstan courts for violating the law prohibiting advertisement of alcohol.
Participation in foreign armed conflicts has become a criminal offence in Kazakhstan.
When the clock strikes midnight on Friday, gay and lesbian couples across England and Wales will begin exchanging vows as an historic law legalising same-sex marriage finally comes into force.
Thousands of cars will be banned from Parisian roads on Monday as the city tries to curb dangerous pollution levels by introducing alternate driving days for the first time in nearly two decades.
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