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Media freedom to be discussed in Astana

On October 31 Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov will meet with the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović.

Media freedom to be discussed in Astana
German designer Karl Lagerfeld. ©REUTERS
Lagerfeld denies calling French president an 'idiot'

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld on Sunday denied having called French President Francois Hollande an "idiot", suggesting the purported remark reported in a magazine came from a mistranslation.

Lagerfeld denies calling French president an 'idiot'
Nobel for EU praised in European, not British, press
Nobel for EU praised in European, not British, press

European newspapers on Saturday praised the decision to award this year's Nobel Peace prize to the EU, with the notable exception of the British press, most of which poured scorn on the decision.

Nobel for EU praised in European, not British, press
Alidzhan Ibragimov. Photo courtesy of  forbes.kz
Court cut Kazakhstan tycoon's claims 1000-fold in a case against Vremya magazine

The hearings on the case of Kazakhstan tycoon Alidzhan Ibragimov against Vremya magazine and journalist Gennady Benditskiy have finished in Almaty.

Court cut Kazakhstan tycoon's claims 1000-fold in a case against Vremya magazine
Akorda. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Kazakhstan President’s press-service stakes on efficiency

President’s official website and Twitter-account are considered equally valid and the only official sources of information about activities of the President and the Presidential Administration: press-service.

Kazakhstan President’s press-service stakes on efficiency
Topless Kate photos to spread despite legal action
Topless Kate photos to spread despite legal action

Britain's royal family said on Sunday it would seek legal damages from French magazine Closer as it tries to prevent the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.

Topless Kate photos to spread despite legal action
Marina Berlusconi. ©REUTERS
Marina Berlusconi defends publication of topless Kate pics

Marina Berlusconi, the daughter of Italy's former prime minister and the head of publishing house Mondadori, on Sunday defended the publication of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine.

Marina Berlusconi defends publication of topless Kate pics
British royal offensive seeks to stem topless Kate pics
British royal offensive seeks to stem topless Kate pics

Britain's royal family takes to the courts Monday to try to stop the spread of topless photos of Prince William's wife Catherine, but an Italian magazine plans to devote 26 pages to the grainy snaps.

British royal offensive seeks to stem topless Kate pics
 British press rally behind Kate over topless snaps
British press rally behind Kate over topless snaps

The British press rushed to the defence of Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday after grainy topless pictures of her were printed in a French gossip magazine.

British press rally behind Kate over topless snaps
British royals condemn Kate topless photos
British royals condemn Kate topless photos

Prince William and his wife Catherine reacted with fury after a French magazine published topless photos of her, saying it raised the spectre of press harassment of William's mother Diana.

British royals condemn Kate topless photos
Royal couple 'saddened' by Kate topless pix claim
Royal couple 'saddened' by Kate topless pix claim

Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine were "saddened" by a French magazine's claims it would publish topless photos of her.

Royal couple 'saddened' by Kate topless pix claim
Boris Berezovsky. ©RIA Novosti
Russia state TV claims 'exiled oligarch behind Pussy Riot'

Self-exiled Russian oligarch and Kremlin foe Boris Berezovsky was involved in organising Pussy Riot's performance in a Moscow cathedral.

Russia state TV claims 'exiled oligarch behind Pussy Riot'
Prince Harry jokes about nude snaps at charity awards
Prince Harry jokes about nude snaps at charity awards

Britain's Prince Harry on Monday made light of his recent exploits in his first public appearance since naked photographs of him in a Las Vegas hotel room surfaced on the internet.

Prince Harry jokes about nude snaps at charity awards
Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest
Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest

French film "Superstar" shone a harsh spotlight on celebrity culture at the Venice festival this week.

Celebrity culture gone mad in 'Superstar' at Venice fest
British press torn on naked Harry snaps
British press torn on naked Harry snaps

Britain's press thrashed out Saturday whether The Sun newspaper had done the right thing by eventually publishing pictures of a naked Prince Harry cavorting with similarly-clad women in Las Vegas.

British press torn on naked Harry snaps
Elisabeth Murdoch. Photo courtesy of ctv.ca
Elisabeth Murdoch calls for morality in media

Elisabeth Murdoch, daughter of Australian-born tycoon Rupert, urged the media to concentrate on morals as well as profit during a speech to television executives in Scotland on Thursday.

Elisabeth Murdoch calls for morality in media
Aleksandre Vinokourov. Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
British media did not apologize to Vinokourov

British media still has not apologized to Aleksandre Vinokourov for calling him a “Nowhere Man” after his victory in the race at the London Olympics.

British media did not apologize to Vinokourov
Kim Jong-Un and Ri Sol-Ju. ©REUTERS
North Korea's 'first lady' debut highlights secrecy

As celebrity wedding announcements go, North Korea's was terse. It was probably also three years out of date.

North Korea's 'first lady' debut highlights secrecy
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Majority of Kazakhstan citizens trust TV more than printed media

Demoscope Bureau of Express-Monitoring of Public Opinion has polled Kazakhstan citizens on the most trusted information sources.

Majority of Kazakhstan citizens trust TV more than printed media
Olympics: 21,000 journalists swarm into London
Olympics: 21,000 journalists swarm into London

With less than two weeks to go before the Olympic Games, hordes of competitors are pouring into London from across the globe and limbering up -- but they're not athletes.

Olympics: 21,000 journalists swarm into London