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Kazakhstan ratifies Caspian security agreement
President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has endorsed a law on ratification of the agreement on security cooperation at the Caspian Sea.
American dog trainers bring detector dogs to Almaty, help Kazakhstan stop saiga horn trafficking to China
Almaty customs officers have got four detection dogs from Europe and America. The joint effort is called to help save the dwindling saiga antelope population in Kazakhstan.
US restauranteur buys Pablo Escobar's Miami house
The owner of a Miami restaurant chain has paid nearly $10 million for a luxurious beach-front home in the US city once owned by famous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar.
Account of undercover operation against Columbian drug mafia in Almaty
The National Security Committee of Kazakhstan held a successful special operation against Columbian drug mafia that attempted to extend their business into Kazakhstan.
China doctor guilty of baby trafficking
A Chinese court on Tuesday convicted an obstetrician of abducting newborn babies and gave her a suspended death sentence.
I.Coast, Burkina Faso ink deal to fight child trafficking
The first ladies of Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso on Thursday sealed an agreement to fight the growing child trafficking trade between the two west African nations.
Peruvian drug traffickers prey on young Europeans
The profile is often the same: European, often young and female, and facing hard economic choices. A perfect mark for Peruvian cocaine traffickers seeking couriers.
Gibraltar accuses Spain of causing border delays
Britain on Sunday said it had "serious concerns" after Gibraltar accused Madrid of deliberately creating delays to car traffic to and from the disputed British-held territory to Spain.
Canadian scientists charged with smuggling germs
Canadian federal police on Wednesday charged two former government scientists with allegedly trafficking in dangerous and highly contagious germs.
Withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan may have negative effect on Central Asia: Expert
Afghan militants may come to Central Asia after withdrawal of the international coalition troops from Afghanistan: Asseylbek Mendygaliyev.
Family planning official snared in China trafficking ring
Police have detained two officials including one involved in family planning in China's latest crackdown on child trafficking that has ensnared 355 suspects.
'Worrying' increase in global child trafficking: UN
Children -- most of them girls -- now make up 27 percent of all human trafficking cases, marking an alarming increase in recent years.
Singapore eases death penalty policy
The Singapore parliament has passed legal reforms abolishing mandatory death sentences in some drug trafficking and murder cases, giving fresh hope to dozens of inmates awaiting execution.
CARICC to get direct access to Interpol information system
A two-day operative meeting of the work group on interrelation between terrorism and illegal drug trafficking is being held in Almaty.
U.S. explained details of Central Asia Counternarcotics Initiative
The U.S. wants no access to secret data or security-related information of the host country under the program of countering drug trafficking in Central Asia.
U.S. eyeing secret data of Kazakhstan intelligence forces
The U.S. have prepared a new project for countering Afghan drug trafficking that will involve five Central Asia states.
Kazakhstan jailed 40 international drug criminals
Central Asian Regional Information and Coordination Center on countering illegal drug-trafficking, took part in apprehension of at least 40 criminals in 2 years.
Afghan heroin trafficking via Kazakhstan decreased
Kazakhstan Interior Ministry commented on the situation with Afghan heroin trafficking via Kazakhstan.
$260 million allocated for drugs countering in Kazakhstan
$230 million has been set aside for border services and customs control authorities of Kazakhstan for reinforcement of drug control.
Trial over traffickers of Kazakhstani's organs started in Kosovo
The trial on charges of trafficking human organs started in Kosovo. Seven people are accused.
11 april 2011, 15:03
Kyrgyz Government decides to access Customs Union
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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