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Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan
Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan authorities should give specially attention to internal security until the military conflict in Syria is fully settled: political analyst Aidos Sarym.

Syrian militants may come to Kazakhstan
Sergey Leskevich. ©tengrinews.kz
Sergey sustained brain injury, after that there was someone else instead of him: terrorist's father

Sergey Leskevich, a citizen of Kazakhstan who was recently arrested in Kyrgyzstan as a member of a terrorist group from Syria, was officially a disabled person of group two, his father told in an interview.

Sergey sustained brain injury, after that there was someone else instead of him: terrorist's father
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Militant makes jihad calls in Kazakh language

Site Intel Group has uploaded a with a militant, allegedly Kazakhstan-born, calling for jihad in Syria.

Militant makes jihad calls in Kazakh language
US Navy's cereal scandal: Cap'n Crunch not a captain?
US Navy's cereal scandal: Cap'n Crunch not a captain?

A veteran naval officer who has saluted from cereal boxes for 50 years -- Cap'n Crunch -- may not be a real captain after all.

US Navy's cereal scandal: Cap'n Crunch not a captain?
Over hundred Kazakhstan citizens are in militant camps in Afghan-Pakistan zone: Abykayev
Over hundred Kazakhstan citizens are in militant camps in Afghan-Pakistan zone: Abykayev

Control over militants' crossing of borders requires expansion of cooperation between the special services of different countries: chairman of Kazakhstan National Security Commission.

Over hundred Kazakhstan citizens are in militant camps in Afghan-Pakistan zone: Abykayev
British police charge suspect with soldier's murder
British police charge suspect with soldier's murder

British police on Wednesday charged with murder one of the two chief suspects in last week's brutal suspected Islamist attack against a British soldier on a London street.

British police charge suspect with soldier's murder
Britain's press demands jailing of Islamist preacher
Britain's press demands jailing of Islamist preacher

Britain's newspapers on Friday paid tribute to the soldier brutally murdered in a suspected Islamist attack in London and demanded that the preacher suspected of radicalising suspect Michael Adebolajo be jailed.

Britain's press demands jailing of Islamist preacher
Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
First Military Parade held in Kazakhstan

The First Military Parade in the history of Kazakhstan and its Armed Forces was held at the 40th military base Otar on May 7.

First Military Parade held in Kazakhstan
Protesters, whalers clash in Antarctic waters
Protesters, whalers clash in Antarctic waters

Japanese whalers and militant conservationists have again been involved in dangerous clashes in icy waters off Antarctica, with both sides accusing the other of ramming their vessels.

Protesters, whalers clash in Antarctic waters
Eddie Ray Rout, suspect in the shooting and killing of former Navy SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle. ©REUTERS
Ex-Marine charged with famed US sniper's death

An Iraq war veteran believed to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder has been charged with killing a former Navy SEAL whose exploits in the same conflict were detailed in a best-selling book.

Ex-Marine charged with famed US sniper's death
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Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan may have negative effect on Central Asia: Expert

Afghan militants may come to Central Asia after withdrawal of the international coalition troops from Afghanistan: Asseylbek Mendygaliyev.

Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan may have negative effect on Central Asia: Expert
Judge reduces possible sentence for WikiLeaks suspect
Judge reduces possible sentence for WikiLeaks suspect

A US judge on Tuesday reduced the potential sentence for WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning by 112 days because of his harsh treatment at a military jail, where he was held in isolation despite advice from psychiatrists.

Judge reduces possible sentence for WikiLeaks suspect
'Stormin Norman' Schwarzkopf dead at 78
'Stormin Norman' Schwarzkopf dead at 78

Norman Schwarzkopf, the US general who led Operation Desert Storm, which liberated Kuwait from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in 1991, died on Thursday at the age of 78.

'Stormin Norman' Schwarzkopf dead at 78
CIA chief Petraeus resigns over affair
CIA chief Petraeus resigns over affair

Chief US spymaster David Petraeus has resigned over an extramarital affair, bringing an abrupt and ignominious end to a brilliant government career.

CIA chief Petraeus resigns over affair
Navy SEAL could face charges for spilling secrets: US
Navy SEAL could face charges for spilling secrets: US

A former Navy SEAL who penned a book on the clandestine raid that killed Osama bin Laden revealed classified information in his first-hand account and could face criminal charges.

Navy SEAL could face charges for spilling secrets: US
SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room
SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room

When US Navy SEALs gunned down Osama bin Laden in his bedroom, it was up to one commando to take photos that would serve as proof of the Al-Qaeda leader's bloody demise.

SEAL's book: hair dye but no bullets in bin Laden's room
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Martin Dempsey. ©REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
Insiders focus of US military chief's Afghan trip

The top US military officer Martin Dempsey flew Sunday to Afghanistan to hold talks with senior commanders amid a spate of attacks by Afghan soldiers on their NATO counterparts.

Insiders focus of US military chief's Afghan trip
Security forces had raided the village of Tan. Photo by Michail Altuyev©
VIDEO: Nine militants killed near main Kazakh city: police

Kazakh police on Friday reported killing nine militants just outside the financial centre Almaty in the latest surge of violence to hit the oil-rich and once stable Central Asian state.

VIDEO: Nine militants killed near main Kazakh city: police
US probes Sikh temple shooter's white power links
US probes Sikh temple shooter's white power links

Police on Monday probed the white power ties of the former US soldier who gunned down six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, while the close-knit Indian-American community mourned its dead.

US probes Sikh temple shooter's white power links
David Hemler. Photo courtesy of pennlive.com
American deserter resurfaces in Sweden, 28 years later

An American fugitive who has been missing and "wanted" since he deserted the US Air Force in 1984 has turned up in Sweden where he has been living under a under a new identity for nearly three decades.

American deserter resurfaces in Sweden, 28 years later