- Cartographers create amazing maps that will change how you see the world
Compiled into a gallery by Bored Panda , the maps bring our attention to unusual, quirky and little-known geographical facts, such as the flight path of an eagle from Sudan to Kazakhstan over 20 years.
Daily Mail. Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:36:57 GMT.
- Number of COVID-19 infections in Kazakhstan surpasses 109,600
The number of the coronavirus fatalities to date has risen to 1,796
Tass. Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:38:23 +0300.
- In Turkmenistan, Subsidized Food Comes With Strings Attached
Many of the state shops that Turkmen rely on for their survival amid widespread shortages are refusing to sell subsidized staples unless customers also buy less popular goods like fizzy drinks, chickpeas, or jelly.
Radio Liberty. Mon, 19 Oct 2020 13:52:31 +0000.
- Another Top Kazakh Health Official Resigns Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Another top health official in Kazakhstan has resigned as the country continues to lead Central Asian nations with registered coronavirus cases.
Radio Liberty. Mon, 19 Oct 2020 12:07:09 +0000.
- Kazakhstan Fintech Firm Kaspi Surprises With Huge London IPO
Kaspi.kz debuts in London with a surprise hit after year-long delay.
By Kenneth Rapoza, Senior Contributor. Forbes. Thu, 15 Oct 2020 12:55:44 -0400.
- Kyrgyzstan's president steps down amid political unrest
Kyrgyzstan President Sooronbai Jeenbekov announced his resignation Thursday in a bid to end the turmoil that has engulfed the Central Asian nation after a disputed parliamentary election.
Fox News. Thu, 15 Oct 2020 10:11:12 GMT.
- Sooronbay Jeenbekov: Kyrgyzstan president announces resignation
Jeenbekov has faced calls to step down from protesters and political opponents amid unrest following a disputed vote.
Al Jazeera. Thu, 15 Oct 2020 09:42:51 +0000.
- Kyrgyzstan election: President Jeenbekov resigns after protests
Sooronbay Jeenbekov warned the country was close to conflict after a disputed election.
BBC News. Thu, 15 Oct 2020 09:40:49 GMT.
- Kyrgyzstan President Jeenbekov Resigns After Unrest
Unrest follows disputed election.
Voice of America. Thu, 15 Oct 2020 05:33:20 -0400.
- Kyrgyzstan election: President accepts new prime minister
The Kyrgyz president had refused to approve Sadyr Japarov's appointment, but has now accepted it.
BBC News. Wed, 14 Oct 2020 12:45:13 GMT.
- Tetra Tech Secures $24M Single-Award Contract From USAID
Tetra Tech's (TTEK) contract with USAID will help the latter in executing the Regional Water and Vulnerable Environment Activity in Central Asia.
Zacks Equity Research. Zacks. Wed, 14 Oct 2020 12:42:00 GMT.
- Kyrgyz parliament confirms premier nomination in repeat vote
MOSCOW (AP) - Kyrgyzstan's parliament on Wednesday voted again to nominate a prime minister after the country's president vetoed the previous decision because of questions over its legitimacy. ...
Daria Litvinova. Washington Times. Wed, 14 Oct 2020 06:30:22 -0400.
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