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ADB predicts Kazakhstan's GPD to slow down to 1.5 percent in 2015

ADB lowered its forecast for Kazakhstan's economic growth expecting a decrease in private consumption in response to higher import prices and diminished private investment.

ADB predicts Kazakhstan's GPD to slow down to 1.5 percent in 2015
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Economic slowdown expected in Central Asia in 2015: IMF

The newly published IMF report on economic prospects of the Caucasus and Central Asia is not very optimistic.

Economic slowdown expected in Central Asia in 2015: IMF
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UNESCO seeks answers from Egypt on pyramid 'damage'

UNESCO has asked Egypt for a detailed report on restoration work carried out at the Djoser pyramid following reports the monument has been damaged.

UNESCO seeks answers from Egypt on pyramid 'damage'
Female Kurdish reporter killed in Iraq conflict
Female Kurdish reporter killed in Iraq conflict

A reporter working with Kurdish news agency Firat was killed Friday when jihadist fighters attacked a camp in Iraq.

Female Kurdish reporter killed in Iraq conflict
Graham Phillips. Photo courtesy of grahamwphillips.com
UK journalist for Russian TV says Ukraine deported him

A British reporter for Russia's RT television in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine said on Saturday that Kiev had deported and banned him from the country for three years.

UK journalist for Russian TV says Ukraine deported him
More than 2.2 billion people 'poor or near-poor': UN report
More than 2.2 billion people 'poor or near-poor': UN report

More than 2.2 billion people are "poor or near-poor", with financial crises, natural disasters, soaring food prices and violent conflicts threatening to exacerbate the problem, a United Nations report said.

More than 2.2 billion people 'poor or near-poor': UN report
Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev meets with Vladimir Shkolnik. Photo courtesy of akorda.kz
Nazarbayev meets KazAtomProm's Shkolnik

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has had a meeting with Vladimir Shkolnik, Chairman of KazAtomProm, Kazakhstan nuclear company.

Nazarbayev meets KazAtomProm's Shkolnik
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Australia Church child sex inquiry urges sweeping changes

An Australian state inquiry into the handling of child sex cases by the Catholic Church on Wednesday said religious leaders trivialised the problem and recommended concealment of abuse should be a crime.

Australia Church child sex inquiry urges sweeping changes
Kazakhstan Internet among leaders of minors sexual abuse propaganda
Kazakhstan Internet among leaders of minors sexual abuse propaganda

Kazakhstan is among the Top 10 countries that host the largest number of servers distributing content promoting sexual abuse of minors.

Kazakhstan Internet among leaders of minors sexual abuse propaganda
Martin Nesirky, United Nations spokesman. ©Reuters/Carlo Allegri
US gives no spying guarantee to UN: spokesman

The US government has guaranteed the UN that it is not intercepting its secret communications, a spokesman said Wednesday while not being drawn on reports of past spying.

US gives no spying guarantee to UN: spokesman
New climate report an 'alarm clock moment': UN
New climate report an 'alarm clock moment': UN

An imminent scientific summary on climate change will serve as an "alarm clock moment" for the world.

New climate report an 'alarm clock moment': UN
Syria arsenal largely 'unweaponized': report
Syria arsenal largely 'unweaponized': report

Syria's stockpile of chemical agents is largely "unweaponized" and could be eradicated more quickly than initially thought, the Washington Post reported Thursday citing a confidential US and Russian assessment.

Syria arsenal largely 'unweaponized': report
Human activity driving climate change: leaked report
Human activity driving climate change: leaked report

Human activity is almost certainly the cause of climate change and global sea levels could rise by several feet by the end of the century.

Human activity driving climate change: leaked report
N. Korea has no nuclear warhead to fit missile: official
N. Korea has no nuclear warhead to fit missile: official

North Korea has yet to develop a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile.

N. Korea has no nuclear warhead to fit missile: official
OECD backs Japan deflation fight, says must cut debt
OECD backs Japan deflation fight, says must cut debt

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development on Tuesday backed Japan's bid to end years of deflation, but called on Tokyo to step up efforts to shrink its huge debt pile.

OECD backs Japan deflation fight, says must cut debt
Bank of International Settlements. ©REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
International lending shows smallest growth in 13 years: BIS

Cross-border lending saw its smallest growth in 13 years in the third quarter of 2012, according to a report published Sunday by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).

International lending shows smallest growth in 13 years: BIS
IMF's Argentina censure motion set for late January
IMF's Argentina censure motion set for late January

The International Monetary Fund said Monday its executive board is unlikly to consider until late January any possible action against Argentina for failing to supply accurate economic data.

IMF's Argentina censure motion set for late January
Amnesty slams S. Korea for 'abuse' of security law
Amnesty slams S. Korea for 'abuse' of security law

Amnesty International on Thursday accused South Korea of systematically abusing a 65-year-old security law in order to stifle debate and silence political opposition in Asia's fourth-largest economy.

Amnesty slams S. Korea for 'abuse' of security law
IAEA says key Iran nuclear site fully equipped
IAEA says key Iran nuclear site fully equipped

Iran is ready to significantly boost output at its most controversial nuclear plant, a new UN nuclear agency report showed Friday, taking Tehran closer in theory to being able to develop a nuclear weapon.

IAEA says key Iran nuclear site fully equipped
Chairman of Kazakhstan Agency for Religious Affairs Kairat Lama Sharif. Photo courtesy of pm.kz©
Religious institutions have to report for foreign money: Lama Sharif

Financial activities of religious unions are government by the Law щn non-commercial organizations acting in Kazakhstan since January 16, 2001.

Religious institutions have to report for foreign money: Lama Sharif