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Frightening images won't help cut smoking: opinion

Some experts believe that the law requiring frightening images to be printed on cigarette packs in Kazakhstan will not reduce the number of smokers.

Frightening images won't help cut smoking: opinion
Defendants Dias Kadyrbayev (L) and Azamat Tazhayakov are pictured in a courtroom sketch at the John Joseph Moakley United States Federal Courthouse in Boston. ©REUTERS
U.S. improving student visa checks after problems with Kazakhstan student

The U.S. will be improving the rules of student visa checks at border control posts after Kazakhstan student Azamat Tazhayakov was admitted into the country without a valid visa.

U.S. improving student visa checks after problems with Kazakhstan student
UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade
UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade

The UN General Assembly on Tuesday passed the first treaty regulating the conventional arms trade in an attempt to bring transparency and protection of human rights to the often murky industry.

UN adopts global treaty on weapons trade
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US regulators under fire over bee-toxic pesticides

US environmental regulators are under fire from beekeepers and conservationists who say they are failing to vet risky pesticides that put people and valuable crop pollinators like bees in peril.

US regulators under fire over bee-toxic pesticides
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Britain tries to reassure bloggers on new press rules

The British government has insisted that bloggers and posts on social media would not be caught by a new system of press regulation, but campaigners warned the new rules could be open to interpretation.

Britain tries to reassure bloggers on new press rules
Delta CEO objects to air security rule change
Delta CEO objects to air security rule change

The top executive of a major US airline has voiced opposition to a change in security regulations that will allow small pocket knives, baseball bats and other previously banned sporting equipment aboard airplanes.

Delta CEO objects to air security rule change
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Government regulations cause losses to half of Kazakhstan airports

Over a half of Kazakhstan airports incur losses because of excessive state regulation: expert.

Government regulations cause losses to half of Kazakhstan airports
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Kazakhstan to toughen requirements to airlines

Kazakhstan government developed qualification requirements for airlines planning to perform regular passenger flights in the country.

Kazakhstan to toughen requirements to airlines
Press freedom makes Britain attractive: mayor of London
Press freedom makes Britain attractive: mayor of London

Britain would be moving in the opposite direction to many countries if it introduced tougher regulation of the media, Mayor of London Boris Johnson has said during a visit to India.

Press freedom makes Britain attractive: mayor of London
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Kazakhstan railway stations will have Wi-Fi hubs

High-class Kazakhstan railway stations will be equipped with Wi-Fi hubs, luggage and exchange offices, mother’s room and service centers.

Kazakhstan railway stations will have Wi-Fi hubs