Theyve taken him again, said Munai Taskairat kyzy, sobbing over the phone.
Despite being banned from the EU, Lyudmila Kozlovska (pictured), president of the Open Dialogue Foundation, has relocated her HQ to Brussels, writes James Hipwell.
Keep calm and carry on is the message to those speculating again about his possible imminent resignation.
Turkey has called on China to close its detention camps following the reported death of a renowned musician from the ethnic Uighur minority.
The chief judge of a court in western Kazakhstan has been fired after his court acquitted an opposition activist in a high-profile case.
Akberdi’s husband was jailed for three years on similar charges.
Facebook users in Kazakhstan are mocking an apparent PR piece that first appeared on the website Patch.com.
On a windswept steppe in southwestern Kazakhstan, the new Chinese-backed cement plant on the outskirts of the village of Shieli stands as a gleaming symbol to some of the Central Asian country's industrialisation.
Before China began courting Southeast Asia with infrastructure investments through its Belt and Road Initiative, Japan was the region's top development financier.
In 2012, Joseph Chetrit TRData LogoTINY, a Moroccan real estate investor known for his New York City developments, allegedly flew to Geneva to meet Nicolas Bourg, a Belgium-based real estate fund manager, to talk about raising equity for several new projects.
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