- Reckless moment parents let six-year-old son drive their Mercedes SUV
The six-year-old boy was filmed driving the black Mercedes-Benz G-Class in the city of Almaty, south-eastern Kazakhstan. The footage was shared on social media by his parents who were fined.
Daily Mail. Fri, 17 Jan 2020 21:06:55 GMT.
- Why has Uzbekistan jailed a man who attempted suicide?
After jumping in front of a train, Kadyr Yusupov, who suffers from mental illness, said he was spying for the West.
Al Jazeera. Mon, 13 Jan 2020 17:02:11 GMT.
- Steven Gerrard: Rangers boss says some players did not take chance to impress
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has a warning for some fringe players after completing a winter camp with a big win over Lokomotiv Tashkent in Dubai.
BBC News. Sat, 11 Jan 2020 20:08:38 GMT.
- Book An Around The World Ski Trip And Other Epic Vacations For 2020
Ski around the world in 34 days, visit Mongolia with your family or dogsled in Scandinavia this year.
By Katie Kelly Bell, Contributor. Forbes. Fri, 10 Jan 2020 19:04:18 +0000.
- This dad took his son to Mongolia just to get him off his phone
Mountaineer Jamie Clarke wanted to bond with his son. So he took him on a trek across Mongolia.
BBC News. Thu, 02 Jan 2020 00:09:36 GMT.
- Kazakh carrier blames wake turbulence for deadly crash
Kazakh carrier Bek Air said Monday the deadly crash of a jet near Almaty last week may have been caused by wake turbulence, an explanation immediately disputed by the Central Asian nation's air navigation company.
CBC News. Mon, 30 Dec 2019 08:47:55 EST.
- Kazakh officials investigate cause of plane crash that killed 12
Technical failure, pilot error and weather conditions are being considered as possible causes of the plane crash in Kazakhstan which left 12 people dead and more than 50 injured.
Irish Independent. Sat, 28 Dec 2019 11:22:08 +0000.
- 12 dead after plane crashes seconds after takeoff from Kazakhstan airport
Twelve people were killed early Friday morning when a commercial airplane carrying 98 people crashed seconds after takeoff from an airport in Kazakhstan.
ABC News. Fri, 27 Dec 2019 14:02:22 -0500.
- Kazakh Flight Crashes, Killing At Least 12 And Injuring 54
The plane was a Dutch-built Fokker 100 aircraft operated by Bek Air, which bills itself as Kazakhstan's first low-cost carrier. Officials said the plane's tail hit the runway twice during takeoff.
Laurel Wamsley. NPR. Fri, 27 Dec 2019 11:48:53 -0500.
- Several dead in Kazakhstan plane crash
The plane was heading for the capital, Nur-Sultan, on Friday when it lost altitude during take-off.
Sydney Morning Herald. Fri, 27 Dec 2019 17:03:20 +1100.
- ITAR-TASS says Kazakhstan's aviation authority reports at least 7 killed in Bek Air plane crash outs
MOSCOW (AP) - ITAR-TASS says Kazakhstan's aviation authority reports at least 7 killed in Bek Air plane crash outside Almaty airport.
Washington Times. Thu, 26 Dec 2019 22:41:33 -0500.
- Tyson Foods' Subsidiary Inks Deal to Expand in Kazakhstan
Tyson Foods' (TSN) Tyson Fresh Meats inks deal with Kazakhstan government and Kusto Group for a modern beef processing plant.
Zacks Equity Research. Zacks. Tue, 10 Dec 2019 13:45:00 GMT.
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 2007, the
nation's estimated population was 15,285,000.
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 2007 was 5,284,000.
Mongolia's capital city
is Ulaanbaatar, and its currency is the Tugrug. Khalka Mongolian
is the primary language of Mongolia, and in 2007, Mongolia's population
was estimated at 2,952,000.
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 2007,
the estimated population of Tajikistan was 7,077,000.
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 2007 population was 5,097,000.
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 2007