Report says hackers detected online protest-sniffing software in Kazakhstan
Three men received prison sentences of between seven and eight years.
Prosecutors made little secret of the fact that the case was pursued on political grounds.
Since marrying one of the seven daughters of the president of Tajikistan, a young businessman has built an empire that stretches across the country. An OCCRP investigation show how unlimited political power leads to business success in one of Central Asia's poorest countries.
Recent events suggest Kazakhstan is preparing for snap elections. For parliament or the president?
A former Hong Kong government official was found guilty on Wednesday (Dec 6) of US charges that he took part in a scheme to bribe officials in Chad and Uganda in exchange for contracts for a Chinese energy company, according to a spokesman for federal prosecutors.
In the market for citizenship in the European Union (EU)? It’s now up for sale at a mere US$877,000.
Kazakhstan, large in territory, but scarcely populated Central Asian republic, rarely gets attention in world news. The country is most known for vast oil fields and as the largest uranium exporter in the world.
The first woman to lead a Central Asian country discussed China, her successors’ rivalry, and regrets from her time in office.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan gave a speech on 5 October in which he declared that the Central Asian nation’s education system will be reformed, and “expenditures on education, science and healthcare [will be increased] from all sources up to 10% from the GDP within 5 years.”
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