Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, a 56-year-old university lecturer chosen by lawmakers Monday as Somalia's new president, is something of an unknown quantity.
More Americans -- including growing numbers of young people and whites -- see themselves as members of the lower classes, according to a study released Monday.
Arab cinema is witnessing a new wave of creativity in the wake of the Arab Spring revolts, said directors at the Venice film festival where some of the emerging talent from the region was on show.
Women from the Let's Save Togo coalition called Sunday on all females in the country to refrain from sex for a week to force Togolese men into backing the group during their demonstrations.
According to the poll by HeadHunter, 47% of еру polled Kazakhstan employees sees themselves as work addicts.
Less than three months after starting his historic third term as Kremlin chief, President Vladimir Putin has imposed a new clampdown on civil society that is sending Russia to an uncertain future.
Psychologists, economists and financial experts have attempted to create a collective image of a modern Kazakhstan citizen.
Almost thirty percent of polled Kazakhstan residents don’t go to the movies, according to Kazakhstan by Institute of Political Solutions.
Kazakhstan citizens spend 2 hours and 46 minutes a day working and 4 hours and 18 minutes leisuring.
Kazakhstan youth organizations do not trust educational deposits system and keep collecting signatures against the innovation.
Kazakhstan youth organizations disagree with the Education Ministry's decision to introduce educational deposits.
Sociologists published results of the survey held in the mid April in 16 major cities of Kazakhstan. 88.8% trust President Nursultan Nazarbayev, 65.5% trust Prime-Minister Karim Massimov, 61.1% trust the Government.
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