US regulators offer broadband subsidies to low-income Americans, saying that Internet access is "a prerequisite for full participation" in modern society.
Introduction of across-the-board income and property reporting has been postponed till 2020 in Kazakhstan.
Greek lawmakers are set to vote on a second batch of reforms that must pass if Athens is to receive its third huge international bailout, in a key test of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' authority.
A Ukrainian lawmaker said he was detained by Russian police ahead of a Moscow march to honour opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Lawmakers from Venezuela's ruling party said they have asked prosecutors to investigate a leading opposition lawmaker for conspiring to overthrow President.
President Barack Obama will ask lawmakers Friday for an additional $3.2 billion to pay for the war against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
Kazakhstani peacekeeprs talked about their daily routine in Western Sahara.
A senior Hong Kong lawmaker was expelled from a prestigious Chinese government body.
Electronic tagging devices may be developed locally in Kazakhstan by its space agency Kazcosmos.
The White House said it aimed to work with US lawmakers towards closing Guantanamo and was not "drafting options" for circumventing a congressional ban.
The Eurasian Economic Union, according to the former head of the KazMunaiGas Lyazzat Kiinov, will have a positive effect on the situation with petrol in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstani Senate has questioned the safety and security of electronic tagging devices.
The UNICEF research of suicide among teens in Kazakhstan refutes negative effect of the Unified National Testing.
Chinese lawmakers have approved a national day to commemorate people who died in wars resisting foreign invaders.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev has introduced the new Akim (Governor) of Almaty Oblast during his official visit.
Bolivian lawmakers have approved child workers as young as 10 years old, under a new law that lays out specific conditions for employing children.
The topic of plagiarism in draft laws by incompetent government officials was raised at the Central Communications Service briefing on Tuesday, July 1.
The White House has asked lawmakers for $500 million to train and equip vetted Syrian rebels, in what would be a significant escalation of US involvement in a conflict that has spilled into Iraq.
Famous for its neon lights and wild nightlife, Tokyo's status as one of the world's clubbing capitals looks set to survive a potentially ruinous police crackdown on -- of all things -- dancing.
The White House apologized for keeping lawmakers in the dark regarding the exchange of an American soldier for five Taliban fighters, senators said Tuesday, as controversy grew over the issue.
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