March 23 President Nazarbayev arrived in the Netherlands to attend the global nuclear security summit in the Hague.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama will hold a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) in the Netherlands next week.
Investigations in nine European countries have given statistical backing to claims that patients' lives may be at risk when nurses are overworked.
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and Foreign Minister of the Netherlands Frans Timmermans have met to discuss cooperation.
Japan on Monday said it was asking the Netherlands to take "practical measures" against a Dutch-registered vessel that collided with a Japanese whaling ship in the Southern Ocean.
I hope to be able to broach this and other subjects on my trip to the Hague in March to attend the Nuclear Security Summit [to be held March 24-25]: President.
A Dutch company has offered their assistance in production of a film about famous Kazakhstan cyclist Alexandr Vinokourov.
Four Astana Motorsports crews from Astana Presidential Sports Club have started the Dakar Rally 2014, the annual off-road race.
For his second film as director, British actor Ralph Fiennes lifts the cover on a little-known secret about classic English author Charles Dickens: his decade-long adulterous affair with a young actress.
Spain's data protection watchdog ordered US Internet giant Google on Thursday to pay a 900,000-euro fine for "serious violations" of users' privacy.
The United States has signed anti-tax fraud pacts with six countries and territories including some considered tax havens, the US Treasury Department said Thursday.
World Press Photo exhibition 2013 has started in Astana. It is held in Central Asia for the first time.
The Netherlands is planning to become Kazakhstan's partner in ensuring food security: Netherlands Ambassador to Kazakhstan.
Europeans with long-term exposure to particulate pollution from road traffic or industry run a higher risk of premature death, even if air quality meets EU standards, a study said on Monday.
An estimated 1.61 billion people, more than one in five globally, will log in to social networking sites at least monthly this year, the research firm eMarketer said Tuesday.
A passionate debate around Black Pete in the Netherlands has highlighted the prickly subject of racism, often denied in a country proud of its open-minded values.
China's CNOOC and CNPC, Anglo-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell and France's Total joined Brazilian state operator Petrobras on Monday in winning production rights to the huge "Libra" Atlantic oilfield.
Kazakhstan's Mariya Mudryak entered the world Top Ten sopranos at the Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
A senior Dutch diplomat at the Netherlands embassy in Moscow was beaten up at his home in the Russian capital by unknown individuals who scrawled the letters "LGBT" on a mirror.
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