Spain has extradited Keles Mambetov, a Kazakhstani accused of murder in 2004 and put on the international wanted list.
Deputy Prosecutor General Nurmakhanbet Issayev has voiced his support to use of imprisonment as punishment for slander in Kazakhstan.
Italian prosecutors on Friday said two former top executives at the Vatican bank will go on trial for money laundering, while the bank's ex-chairman was declared innocent.
International adoption is the only chance for many sick Kazakhstani orphans, believes a philanthropist and the director oа Compassion charity foundation Aruzhan Sain.
An official from Taiwanese computer maker Acer was formally detained Wednesday on insider trading charges, a day after prosecutors searched the firm's headquarters.
New York's top prosecutor Tuesday vowed to end special concessions that exchanges provide to high-speed securities traders, giving them an unfair advantage over retail investors.
French prosecutors on Friday charged two women over the disappearance of a 15-year-old girl who is believed to have travelled to Syria to fight alongside jihadist rebels.
A man tried to sell a Kyrgyz girl in Almaty for one thousand dollars.
More cases of false diagnosing of orphans have been discovered in South Kazakhstan Oblast.
36 Kazakhstani orphans were adopted by South African and Kenyan nationals.
The whereabouts of almost 700 Kazakhstanis adopted by foreign parents are unknown.
Kazakhstani orphans are falsely diagnosed with heavy illnesses to be later adopted by foreigners while childless Kazakhstanis continue to wait for their chance of adoption.
An illegal religious organization of the Union of Evangelical Christians-Baptists was discovered by Kazakhstan authorities in Aktobe.
Being an multi-billionaire Ablyazov can afford to buy anything he wanted, fund opposition political parties and create a committee of international human rights watchdogs to defend him, but he cannot buy the French Justice.
British national Peter Baruch, 38, charged with production of child pornography was detained for three days after the Prosecutors lodged an appeal.
The Criminal Board of Appeals of the West Kazakhstan Regional Court has satisfied the prosecutor’s protests and recognized the actions of the police as lawful.
Peter Baruch accused of corrupting minors while living in Kazakhstan might escape punishment.
A South Kazakhstani woman who sold her 4 children is pregnant again.
South Korean prosecutors demanded a 20-year jail term for a leftist lawmaker on trial for allegedly plotting an armed revolt in support of North Korea.
The US prosecutor has requested to postpone the hearing of the case of Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov, the two Kazakhstan teenagers taken into custody after the Boston Marathon Bombings.
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