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Obama kicks off economy tour as new fiscal fight looms
Obama kicks off economy tour as new fiscal fight looms

US President Barack Obama hits the road this week to drum up support for his economic program as rival Republicans warn of a new showdown over the government's debt ceiling.

Obama kicks off economy tour as new fiscal fight looms
Obama meets privacy board on spy programs
Obama meets privacy board on spy programs

President Barack Obama held a "candid" meeting with a privacy watchdog board, as he makes the case his White House has not abused power with Internet and telephone surveillance programs.

Obama meets privacy board on spy programs
US leaker Snowden under criminal investigation
US leaker Snowden under criminal investigation

The United States has launched a criminal investigation and is taking "all necessary steps" to prosecute Edward Snowden for exposing secret US surveillance programs.

US leaker Snowden under criminal investigation
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New York City launches bike share service

Ten months behind schedule, New York City on Monday launched what aims to be one of the world's biggest bike share programs, following in the path already taken by Paris, Montreal, London and Barcelona.

New York City launches bike share service
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo by Marat Abilov©
Nazarbayev calls to analyze anti-crisis programs

Nursultan Nazarbayev attended the meeting on implementation of the State Program of Accelerated Industrial-Innovative Development.

Nazarbayev calls to analyze anti-crisis programs
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37 million Euro spent on Tempus program in Kazakhstan

A plenary meeting of the consortium of Tempus European project was held in Almaty on April 4-5.

37 million Euro spent on Tempus program in Kazakhstan
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Google Play celebrates first birthday

Google Play turned a year old on Wednesday and the Android-focused rival to Apple's online iTunes shop celebrated with deals on books, games, music, movies and apps.

Google Play celebrates first birthday
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US braces for 'six strikes' anti-piracy program

A new voluntary system aimed at rooting out online copyright piracy using a controversial "six strikes" system is set to be implemented by US Internet providers soon, with the impact unclear.

US braces for 'six strikes' anti-piracy program
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister comments Strategy-2050
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister comments Strategy-2050

Many people were skeptical about Kazakhstan’s future. Foreign analysts and observers believed that Kazakhstan would most probably not be growing a sovereign state, because the country had a demanding geopolitical surrounding, complicated ethnic composition of the population and backward economy: Yerlan Idrissov.

Kazakhstan Foreign Minister comments Strategy-2050
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EU youth discover Jewish heritage in Lithuania

Lithuania on Sunday launched a new campaign for European students that reveals the once rich Jewish culture in the Baltic state and its tragic end during the Holocaust.

EU youth discover Jewish heritage in Lithuania
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Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture eyes early evaluation of cattle breed

it has become possible to define bull-calf's breeding value with the help of genome technologies when it is only two or three months old.

Kazakhstan Ministry of Agriculture eyes early evaluation of cattle breed
Iran says will not retreat on nuclear issue despite woes
Iran says will not retreat on nuclear issue despite woes

Iran will press on with its nuclear programme despite the problems caused by Western sanctions, including a dramatic slide in the value of its currency.

Iran says will not retreat on nuclear issue despite woes
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US wants more time to close USAID in Russia

The United States has asked Russia for more time to shutter the activities of USAID, after Moscow gave it less than three weeks to close down two-decade old programs.

US wants more time to close USAID in Russia
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Kazakhstan’s innovators get more grants this year

Director of the National Agency for Technological Development told about Kazakhstan's new state grants program.

Kazakhstan’s innovators get more grants this year
Obama calls Netanyahu to hear explanation on Iran warning
Obama calls Netanyahu to hear explanation on Iran warning

President Barack Obama called Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday after he provoked a sudden crisis in relations by warning Washington had no moral right to stop Israel attacking Iran's nuclear program.

Obama calls Netanyahu to hear explanation on Iran warning
Ground Zero cancer victims to get compensation
Ground Zero cancer victims to get compensation

About 50 types of cancer have been added to the list of diseases eligible for coverage in a compensation program for people who became sick after the World Trade Center collapse on September 11, 2001.

Ground Zero cancer victims to get compensation
West seeks to pressure Iran at IAEA
West seeks to pressure Iran at IAEA

Western countries will seek to turn the screw further on Iran at a meeting of UN atomic agency board of governors from Monday following the watchdog's latest damning report on Tehran's nuclear programme.

West seeks to pressure Iran at IAEA
IAEA report to detail Iranian nuclear advances
IAEA report to detail Iranian nuclear advances

A new UN atomic agency report due Thursday or Friday is expected to detail how Iran is continuing to expand its nuclear programme despite painful sanctions and talk of Israeli military action.

IAEA report to detail Iranian nuclear advances
Mobile phones help bolster Uganda's fight against HIV
Mobile phones help bolster Uganda's fight against HIV

Stella Nayiga clutches her mobile phone as she describes the messages that she received punctually every morning and evening for over a year, reminding her to take her antiretroviral (ARV) drugs regularly.

Mobile phones help bolster Uganda's fight against HIV
Kazakhstan Minister of Industry and New Technologies Asset Issekeshev. Photo courtesy of pm.kz
Issekeshev worked out new approach to forming the Roadmap program

Kazakhstan Minister of Industry and New Technologies told Nursultan Nazarbayev about a new approach to forming the Roadmap program.

Issekeshev worked out new approach to forming the Roadmap program