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Kazakh-Spanish documentary wins Jakarta film festival award
A Kazakh-Spanish film about Soviet-era Spaniards held prisoners in a labor camp on the territory of present day Kazakhstan has won an award at the Jakarta Film Festival.
The Forgotten of Karaganda awarded at California Film Awards
Kazakhstani-Spanish The Forgotten of Karaganda documentary film has been awarded at the California Film Awards as the Best Documentary,
Five Guantanamo prisoners released to Kazakhstan
Five Guantanamo detainees have been released to Kazakhstan.
American freed by N.Korea arrives back in US
An American held hostage for six months in North Korea arrived home after his surprise release.
Kazakshtan Majilis ratifies extradition agreement with Italy
Kazakhstan Parliament’s lower chamber, the Majilis, has ratified the Agreement on Extradition of Convicts between Kazakhstan and Italy.
Italian ex-top manager released on parole to stay in Kazakhstan
Italian citizen Flavio Sidagni who was released on parole in August will stay in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan allocates $13 million for electronic tagging
Kazakhstan has recently introduced changes to the Criminal Code. In this regard, the state will allocate $13 million for electronic tagging devices for monitoring convicts.
63 Palestinian prisoners suspend hunger strike: lawyer
Sixty-three Palestinian prisoners have suspended the hunger strike which they have observed in Israeli jails since late April, one of their lawyers said.
White House apologizes to lawmakers over prisoner swap
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.
No beard for convicts: Minister of Interior of Kazakhstan
The Ministry of Interior Affairs suggested introducing new regulations considering the appearance of convicts into the New Criminal Code.
Kazakh father of Boston prisoner granted US Visa
Amir Ismagulov, the father of Azamat Tazhayakov, a Kazakhstani student arrested in Boston, has finally received his visa after 45 days of waiting.
Brainwashing, surveillance, fear: daily fare in N.Korea
Brainwashed from birth, under constant surveillance, cowed by the all-embracing state and facing the spectre of disappearing forever in its vast network of camps if they step out of line.
Kazakhstani sentenced to life imprisonment in US facing retrial
Kazakhstan national Asel Abdygapparova convicted for life in prison in the US is awaiting retrial and possible reduction of jail sentence.
Kazakhstan has highest incarceration rate in Central Asia
Kazakhstan has the highest incarceration rate in Central Asia.
Obama signs defense, budget bills into law
President Barack Obama signed into law Thursday the compromise US budget bill recently negotiated by feuding lawmakers and a massive defense measure that takes a step toward ultimate closure of Guantanamo.
Israel says to free Palestinians and build more settlements
Israel will announce plans for new settlement construction next week, coinciding with the release of a third batch of Palestinian prisoners as part of peace talks, an official said Thursday.
Kazakhstan mulls production of monitoring ankle-bracelets
Kazakhstan is considering setting up production of electronic monitoring ankle-bracelets in one of its prisons.
Victims fear release of Spain rapists, killers under rights law
Spanish courts are releasing serial rapists and killers under a European human rights ruling, terrifying their victims as authorities warn the convicts risk reoffending.
Nazarbayev ratifies treaty with China on transfer of convicted Kazakhstanis
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has ratified the treaty with China on transferring Kazakhstani convicts to Kazakhstan.
Doctors complicit in torture at CIA, military prisons: study
Doctors and nurses tasked with monitoring the health of terror suspects were complicit in abuses committed at prisons run by the Pentagon and the CIA.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
11 april 2011, 15:03
Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
20 march 2015, 12:46
Obama says US to 're-assess' options after Netanyahu win
02 june 2015, 10:40
Rights groups urge Merkel to press Egypt over violations
07 july 2015, 14:07
EU's Juncker wants 'to avoid Grexit'
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