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  1. 16:40 Kazakh man breaks country's record after knitting 3 days non-stopRead the original story

    Friday | AkiPress

    Nurlan Jartybekov from Almaty region knitted a woolen scarf of 30 cm wide and 43 meters long for 72 hours non-stop. He broke the record of Kazakhstan; director of the department for the registration of records in the Kazakhstan book of records Bakytjan Tastulekov handed over a certificate to Nurlan.

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  2. Freedom (FRHC) Rating Lowered to Hold at ValuEngineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IntersportsWire

    ... changed its name to Freedom Holding Corp. Freedom Holding Corp. was incorporated in 1981 and is based in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Receive News & Ratings for Freedom Daily - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest ...

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  3. Boxing: Kazakhstan eyes high medal count at Asian GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Times of Oman

    ALMATY, Kazakhstan: Boxing heavyweight Kazakhstan will hope to punch above its weight and rack up another high medal count at the Jakarta Asian Games after finishing fourth at Incheon four years ago. The Central Asian nation of 17 million has traditionally been strong in summer sports such as boxing and judo, and scooped 84 medals, including 28 golds, at the 2014 Games.

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  4. RFE/RL Armenian Report - 08/07/2018Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Groong

    ... President Nursultan Nazarbayev listens to the national anthem on the Victory Day commemorations in Almaty, Kazakhstan May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov Nearly two weeks after his government moved to replace the Armenian secretary general of the ...

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  5. Oscar Coggins is trying to renounce his UK passport. Photo; HandoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | South China Morning Post

    ... expecting," he said. Coggins closed the race off with a healthy 10-second lead in the final stretch in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Fellow Hong Kong teammate Jason Ng Tai-long also claimed his first senior podium spot with third. "This is a really good ...

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  6. Pashinian Discusses CSTO With Kazakh LeaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Armenian Liberty

    Kazakhstan - Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev listens to the national anthem on the Victory Day commemorations in Almaty, Kazakhstan May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov Nearly two weeks after his government moved to replace the Armenian secretary general of the Collective Security Treaty Organization , Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian telephoned Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Tuesday to discuss activities of the Russian-led defense alliance.

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  7. Kazakhstan: Will Astana's financial gamble pay off?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 6 | EurasiaNet

    If the gamble behind the Astana International Financial Center pays off, Kazakhstan could be propelled into the international financial services premier league. The main champion of the AIFC, President Nursultan Nazarbayev, rung a confident note at its raucous official inauguration on July 5. "Astana should become the region's main financial hub, and in the long term join the ranks of leading Asian financial centers," he The AIFC has set out several lures to tempt companies into relocating there - among them are 50-year tax breaks and the creation of a legal framework modeled on English common law.

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  8. Bulat Utemuratov's Foundation Will Engage in Reconstruction of the Main Botanical Garden in AlmatyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Webgazette.co.uk

    Kazakhstani businessman and philanthropist Bulat Utemuratov has a deep sense of social responsibility. This is proved by the work of his charity aimed at improving the quality of life of his compatriots, especially of those with special needs and reduced capabilities.

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  9. Priceless' Treasure Trove Found in Eastern KazakhstanRead the original story

    Monday Aug 6 | Transitions Online

    The artifacts, which show a high level of craftsmanship, are likely to have belonged to a branch of Scythians who lived in Central Asia. A treasure trove of 3,000 gold pieces, as well as jewelry and precious metal objects, was unearthed on the Eleke Sazy plateau in the Tarbagatai Mountains in eastern Kazakhstan, according to Kitco News , a website for gold news, commentary, and financial market information.

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  10. Across China: Tourists from Kazakhstan spend big in HorgosRead the original story

    Monday Aug 6 | Xinhuanet

    It's tourism season, and Bolat Huanale, from Kazakhstan, drives tourists in his white minibus across his country's border with China five times a day through the port of Horgos in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Horgos, meaning "a place where caravans pass" in Mongolian, was once a busy passage used by traders traveling along the ancient Silk Road.

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  11. Astana: An architectural playgroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | Jerusalem Post

    ... just a backwater in the ocean of land that is the great steppe actually closer to Omsk in Siberia than to Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city, and the nation's capital since its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. Out of the blue, Kazakhstan's ...

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  12. D.C. Bicyclists Killed in TajikistanRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | The George Towner

    Two residents of Washington, D.C., with ties to Georgetown, were killed Sunday, July 29, along with two others in Tajikistan, a former Soviet Republic in Central Asia. Bicyclists Jay Austin; Lauren Geoghegan, a former employee of Georgetown University; Rene Wokke from the Netherlands; and Markus Hummel from Switzerland were hit by a car on the road, according to Tajik authorities and news reports.

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  13. 09:38 Rockfall on Scryabin glacier injures 7 foreign climbers, 1 Kazakhstani killedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 30 | AkiPress

    Climbers from Kazakhstan and Russia were injured in a rockfall on the Scryabin glacier in the Alamedin district of Chui region, the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan reports.

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  14. 15:03 Mongolian President receives WHO Regional DirectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 27 | AkiPress

    On the eve of the World Hepatitis Day, President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga received Dr. Shing Young-soo, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific, who is visiting Mongolia in connection to the event. At the beginning of the meeting, Dr. Shing Young-soo said that the WHO appreciated the implementation of the Healthy Liver Mongolia Program, which aims to reduce viral hepatitis infection and hepatitis-related mortality in the country.

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  15. C5+1 Working Group Meetings a SuccessRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 24 | Holtville Tribune

    From July 20-23, U.S. government officials met with senior delegations from the five Central Asian republics in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to discuss progress under the three C5+1 Working Groups - Environment, Economic Connectivity, and Security. The C5+1 is the primary regional diplomatic platform through which the United States and the five Central Asian republics cooperate to advance economic integration, mitigate environmental vulnerabilities, and strengthen security cooperation.

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  16. 12:56 U.S. Department of State, Central Asian states discuss economic ...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 24 | AkiPress

    U.S. Department of State officials met with senior delegations from the five Central Asian republics in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and Tashkent, Uzbekistan from July 20-23 to discuss progress under the three C5+1 Working Groups - Environment, Economic Connectivity, and Security. The C5+1 is the primary regional diplomatic platform through which the United States and the five Central Asian republics cooperate to advance economic integration, mitigate environmental vulnerabilities, and strengthen security cooperation.

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  17. Collected Department Releases: C5+1 Working Group Meetings a Success in Almaty, TashkentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 23 | State Department

    From July 20-23, U.S. government officials met with senior delegations from the five Central Asian republics in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to discuss progress under the three C5+1 Working Groups - Environment, Economic Connectivity, and Security. The C5+1 is the primary regional diplomatic platform through which the United States and the five Central Asian republics cooperate to advance economic integration, mitigate environmental vulnerabilities, and strengthen security cooperation.

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  18. Kazakh figure skater stabbed to deathRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 21 | Newkerala.com

    Almaty [Kazakhstan], Jul 21 : Kazakhstani figure skater Denis Ten, who was the first-ever to win a bronze medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, was stabbed to death by unknown miscreants here on Friday. Ten was involved in a dispute when two men attempted to steal his car mirrors.

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  19. Thousands mourn Kazakh skating Olympic medallist Denis TenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 21 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Thousands of mourners packed into a sports hall to remember Kazakh figure skater Denis Ten on Saturday, two days after he was stabbed to death in the street in Almaty. People attend the memorial service before the funeral of assassinated Kazakhstan's Olympic figure skater Denis Ten in Almaty, Kazakhstan July 21, 2018.

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  20. Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten stabbed to deathRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 19 | UAport

    ... s report Ten was stabbed after a dispute with people who tried to steal a mirror from his car. Doctors in Almaty, Kazakhstan say Denis Ten died in hospital there.

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