- Tashkent Court Refuses To Release Blogger From House Arrest During His Trial
A court in Tashkent has refused to release from house arrest Miraziz Bazarov, a blogger and rights activist arrested who was severely beaten by unknown attackers in March last year.
Radio Liberty. Fri, 21 Jan 2022 12:53:02 +0000.
- Women's Rugby World Cup 2021: Scotland in play-off final after Hong Kong and Samoa withdraw
Scotland will face either Kazakhstan or Colombia in a 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup play-off final after Hong Kong and Samoa withdraw.
BBC News. Fri, 21 Jan 2022 12:11:16 GMT.
- Kazakh President Says 'Gap Between Rich And Poor' Sparked Deadly Protests
Kazakh President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev says an "unacceptable gap" between rich and poor led to deadly anti-government protests that shook the Central Asian country earlier in January.
Radio Liberty. Fri, 21 Jan 2022 10:01:48 +0000.
- Kazakhstan unrest: 'If you protest again, we'll kill you'
Activists in Kazakhstan say they are being arrested and beaten as police crack down after unrest.
BBC News. Fri, 21 Jan 2022 01:14:01 GMT.
- UN impressed by speed of CSTO deployment in Kazakhstan - Assistant Secretary General
Miroslav Jenca praised the promptness of contacts between the CSTO Secretariat and the UN
Tass. Fri, 21 Jan 2022 00:44:27 +0300.
- Kazakhstan Protests | Start Here
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Al Jazeera. Thu, 20 Jan 2022 13:19:06 +0000.
- Secret Service 'hid details of Hunter Biden's overseas travel to China, Russia and Kazakhstan'
Hunter Biden is being investigated by senators Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley for 'use of government-sponsored travel while he conducted private business.'
Daily Mail. Thu, 20 Jan 2022 01:22:50 GMT.
- Kazakh defense minister fired; last Russia-led troops leave
The Russian Defense Ministry says all the troops deployed to Kazakhstan by a Russia-led security alliance to help quell violent unrest have left the former Soviet nation
Via Ap News Wire. The Independent. Wed, 19 Jan 2022 17:21:03 GMT.
- Why Did Russian Troops Go to Kazakhstan?
To quell widespread protests, Kazakhstan sought military help from Russia. Why did it turn to Moscow?
Voice of America. Tue, 18 Jan 2022 19:26:07 -0500.
- Two Earthquakes in Afghanistan Kill at Least 27
The quakes struck about two hours apart in a western border province along the border with Turkmenistan.
David Zucchino and Sharif Hassan. New York Times. Tue, 18 Jan 2022 22:50:11 +0000.
- Short-term thinking is costing A-League millions in lost transfer fees: FA chief
There was $4.86 billion spent on transfer fees worldwide last year - but Australian clubs only received $1.1 million, lagging even the likes of Cyprus, Kazakhstan and Hungary.
Vince Rugari. Sydney Morning Herald. Tue, 18 Jan 2022 21:54:17 +1100.
- Russian troops begin leaving Kazakhstan
Russian troops sent to Kazakhstan to help quell unrest have begun leaving, Russia's military says.
ABC News. Thu, 13 Jan 2022 10:05:08 -0500.
The nations of Central Asia include Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Mongolia,
as well as Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. For more news and official
information about these nations, visit the national government websites
The Republic of Kazakhstan's
capital city is Astana, and its national currency is the Tenge.
The primary language of Kazakhstan is Kazakh, and in 2020, the
nation's estimated population was 18,776,707.
The Kyrgyz Republic's
capital city is Bishkek, and its national currency is the Som.
The primary languages of Kyrgyzstan are Kyrgyz and Russian, and the
country's estimated population in 2020 was 6,524,195.
Mongolia's capital city
is Ulaanbaatar, and its currency is the Tugrug. Khalka Mongolian
is the primary language of Mongolia, and in 2020, Mongolia's population
was estimated at 3,278,290.
The Republic of Tajikistan's capital city
is Dushanbe, and its official currency is the Somoni. Tajik, Uzbek,
and Russian are commonly used languages in Tajikistan, and in 2020,
the estimated population of Tajikistan was 9,537,645.
Turkmenistan's capital city
is Ashgabat, and its national currency is the Manat. The primary
languages of Turkmenistan are Turkmen, Russian, and Uzbek, and its
estimated 2020 population was 6,031,200.
The Republic of Uzbekistan's
capital city is Tashkent, and its currency is the Sum. The primary
language of Uzbekistan is Uzbek, and its estimated population in 2020