An eerie wind is the only sound to be heard in a once-secret northern Kazakh town which used to be the hub of the Soviet nuclear weapons program.
A blast caused by an unknown explosive device has killed at least two people in the western Kazakh city of Aqtau, officials say.
A Kazakh man who was serving a prison term for criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin on Facebook has been released on parole.
A Kazakh court has sentenced civil rights activist Suin Abulda to five years in prison on charges he and his supporters called politically motivated.
On this week's Majlis podcast: China’s campaign against Uyghur nationalism, branded by Beijing as separatism, has abruptly spiked in the last two years and spread beyond just the Uyghurs.
One of Russia's leading banks, VTB, says it has started to allow its automated teller machines (ATMs) in Kazakhstan to accept Russia's MIR payment cards.
Lonely grandparents watch videos of small children reciting slogans in Arabic. This is a slice of life in Kazakhstan's militant "hot spot," Zhezkazgan.
Kazakhstan has confirmed that two of its citizens have been indicted in the United States for an alleged online fraud involving fake advertising that caused companies to lose tens of millions of dollars.
An investigation by Reuters has revealed a massive expansion of internment camps for hundreds of thousands of Muslims in China's Xinjiang province.
The leader of Kazakhstan’s unregistered Alash People's Social Democratic Party, Syrym Abdirakhmanov, has been arrested on a series of criminal charges.
A Soyuz MS-11 rocket has successfully launched from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. (NASA via Reuters)
One Russian cosmonaut and two astronauts from the United States and Canada are set to board the first manned mission to the International Space Station (ISS) since an aborted launch in October.