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Latest Kazakhstan Items
A manned Soyuz capsule with two Russian cosmonauts and an American astronaut onboard has successfully undocked from the International Space Station after the crew resolved glitches that had prevented departure a day earlier.
The return of three astronauts to Earth onboard a Soyuz capsule from the International Space Station has been delayed after crew ran into problems while undocking.
Russia will launch its manned space missions from a new center in the Far East in 2018, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Saturday, as the country seeks greater independence for its space program.
The site of the world's first atomic bomb attack echoed with choirs and Buddhist prayers Thursday as Hiroshima prepared to mark its biggest memorial yet, the first to be attended by representatives of the U.S. and other major nuclear powers.
While Washington sleeps, China is winning the great new game in Central Asia, locking up its rich natural resources.
An army of Turkish cranes and bulldozers is at work across the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa building dams, stadiums and highways in a boom that's helping drive Turkey to record growth and bolstering its efforts to become a regional power broker.
What went wrong in Kyrgyzstan? What is likely to happen next? What can the international community do to help prevent a recurrence of violence?
The international community is quick to believe the worst about certain governments. That's far too often been the case with Kazakhstan. The recent jailing of human rights advocate Yevgeni Zhovtis is a perfect example. The worst is simply not true for him and it's time to set the record straight.
Kyrgyzstan's weak military attempted Wednesday to regain control of the city of Osh, a major transit point for Afghan heroin and the epicenter of ethnic violence that has driven much of the Uzbek population from the country's poor, rural south.