Monday, September 01, 2014

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Turkey Summons U.S. Diplomat Over Spying Report

Turkey is demanding an explanation from the United States over a media report that said Washington spied on Turkish leaders.

Red Army Flags Stolen By Assailant At Bishkek Museum

An unknown assailant attacked a female employee of the Mikhail Frunze Museum in Kyrgyzstan's capital and stolen three Soviet-era flags.

U.K. To Propose Measures Against Jihadists

British Prime Minister David Cameron was expected on September 1 to outline tougher measures against Britons suspected of joining jihadists in Syria and Iraq.

Kazakhstan Legalizing 'Shadow Capital'

Kazakhstan is legalizing "shadow capital" in an effort to pump more money into the economy.

Nazarbaev: Astana Could Quit EES

Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev has said his country could quit an economic alliance with Russia and Belarus if membership ever threatens its independence.

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