Despite being banned from the EU, Lyudmila Kozlovska (pictured), president of the Open Dialogue Foundation, has relocated her HQ to Brussels, writes James Hipwell.
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The chief judge of a court in western Kazakhstan has been fired after his court acquitted an opposition activist in a high-profile case.
Facebook users in Kazakhstan are mocking an apparent PR piece that first appeared on the website Patch.com.
Turkey has called on China to close its detention camps following the reported death of a renowned musician from the ethnic Uighur minority.
The President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has held talks with Rolf Draak, member of the Board of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), and Mehran Eftekhar, Finance and Corporate Services Director at Nest Investments Holdings, Trend reports referring to the press service of the Kazakh president.
Screenshot of Aisultan Nazarbayev's Facebook account. The man kissing a young Aisultan in the cover photo is Kazakhstan's de facto leader-for-life, Nursultan Nazarbayev.
It’s unclear how many people are living in some sort of detention in Xinjiang, the restive region in China’s far west.
The facts of the initial fight, in which a young man was killed, have been entirely eclipsed by the politics of nationalism.
Montrealers and out-of-province students alike may marvel at the complex linguistic politics of Quebec – but the daily difficulties of “Bonjour-Hi” are insignificant to many Kazakhs, who will have to learn an entirely new alphabet in the coming years.
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