The EU agreed a raft of anti-tax evasion measures to make it harder for multinationals to shift profits to countries with lower taxes.
A drone flying at more than 2,000 metres altitude came close to an Aer Lingus plane as it approached Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport.
Saudi Arabia has stripped its frequently criticised religious police of their powers to arrest, urging them to act "kindly and gently" in enforcing Islamic rules.
Kazakhstan is set to enforce a ban on smartphones in the workplace for police and government workers in an effort to prevent information leaks, according to a document that was itself leaked,
Thailand's air safety body warned passengers that lucky 'child angel' dolls cannot be considered real people and must be properly stowed.
International observers from the CIS have shared their impressions about the presidential election in Kazakhstan.
International expert suggests changes to be made in the Kazakhstani electoral rules, especially with regards to ballot-stuffing and passive voting right.
Kazakhstan’s boxer Almat Serimov who represents Astana Arlans boxing club has failed a doping test.
US President Barack Obama voiced support for a new regulatory system for Internet providers.
Canada announced stricter railway safety measures following last year's runaway train disaster in Quebec that killed 47 people.
Thailand's junta has pledged leniency in the cases of babies born to surrogate mothers.
Air Astana is considering the possibility of making the Internet available on-board its aircraft.
Japanese airlines on Tuesday said they would follow rules set by China when it declared an air control zone over the East China Sea, even as Tokyo said they should ignore them.
France and Germany pushed Friday for Washington to agree rules for the spy game after damaging revelations the United States tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone.
Over 98 thousand violations of traffic rules were registered and 95 thousand tickets worth over 1 billion tenge were issued in Almaty since December 2012.
Kazakhstan government developed qualification requirements for airlines planning to perform regular passenger flights in the country.
The freewheeling, unregulated Internet seemed to survive a push for new rules at a UN treaty meeting, but the collapse of talks leaves unanswered questions about the Web's future.
The new rules will make the sport more spectacular and, most likely, bloody.
The United States faces a growing threat of a "cyber-Pearl Harbor" and has drafted new rules for the military that would enable it to move aggressively against digital attacks.
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