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US judge dismisses Jay Z 'Big Pimpin' copyright case
A judge dismissed a case against Jay Z in which the heir of an Egyptian composer claimed the rapper illegally used a flute sample in his hip-hop classic "Big Pimpin."
Five Guantanamo prisoners released to Kazakhstan
Five Guantanamo detainees have been released to Kazakhstan.
BTA files motion to dismiss fraud lawsuit in US
Kazakhstan’s BTA Bank filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by its creditors in the United States.
Bolashak wins lawsuits against students
One third of Bolashak scholarship holders who were charged for academic failure appeal against the decision.
Appeal court revives Oracle-Google copyright battle
An appeals court on Friday breathed new life into Oracle's big-money lawsuit against Google by ruling that software commands can be copyrighted just like classic books.
US judge dismisses Tarantino lawsuit against website
A US judge threw out Wednesday a lawsuit by Quentin Tarantino seeking $1 million from a gossip website for helping leak a screenplay for his latest planned movie.
Phoenix TV journalists file harassment lawsuit in New York
Two employees of Hong Kong-based Phoenix television and a job applicant filed suit Tuesday against the company in New York after allegations of sexual harassment against its former bureau chief.
Michael Jackson's mom to pay promoter $800,000
Michael Jackson's 83-year-old mother Katherine has agreed to pay over $800,000 to tour promoters AEG Live for costs incurred to defend a failed lawsuit she brought, lawyers said.
Workers sue McDonald's for stealing wages
US workers accused fast-food giant McDonald's of systematically stealing wages through illicit practices like forcing them to work off-the-clock and failing to pay overtime.
Atyrau oil refinery fined $132 million for polluting environment; plant claims inspectors ignorant of flaring systems
Atyrau oil refinery has been changed with a fine of nearly $132 million over environmental pollution.
Australia not willing to pay Kazakhstan for sick cows
Kazakhstan is compelled to bring Australian sick cows supplier through diplomatic channels.
International Arbitrations bring $3 billion to Kazakhstan in 2013
Kazakhstan won $3 billion in international arbitrations in 2013.
Exclusive Japan bar sues website for unwanted publicity
An exclusive Japanese bar is suing a foodie website, arguing that unwanted publicity from a review is damaging its operational strategy of being little-known and hard to find.
Hard rockers demand $666,000 after Guantanamo claims
A Canadian hard-rock band says it sent the Pentagon a $666,000 bill after a former Guantanamo Bay guard alleged that the US military used their music to torture detainees.
Cruise lawyer dismisses 'bizarre' $1 billion lawsuit
A lawyer for Tom Cruise poured scorn on a $1 billion lawsuit alleging that filmmakers stole a screenwriter's work to create a blockbuster "Mission: Impossible" film, calling the legal action "bizarre."
In US, 'natural' food may be anything but
In the United States, pre-packaged foods loaded with artificial ingredients and chemicals can make it onto grocery store shelves boasting the label "natural."
Same-sex couples sue Florida for right to wed
Six same-sex couples filed suit against the US state of Florida Tuesday for refusing to let them marry.
Hollande says may sue magazine over affair claim
French President Francois Hollande told AFP Friday he was considering legal action against Closer after the magazine said he was having an affair with an actress.
Turkey considers compensating Kazakhstan for spoilt vacation
The Turkish government is ready to consider Kazakhstan’s claims against Turkish Qualitum Tour company.
Swatch wins compensation from Tiffany's in contract row
Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group has won a lawsuit against US jewellery group Tiffany & Co over a failed joint venture to jointly design and market luxury watches.
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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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