A group of unknown assailants attacked a Kazakh journalist in Almaty on November 17.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee said Russia, Kazakhstan, Cuba, Morocco, Iraq, and China itself have declined to attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony for jailed Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Leaders from the five Caspian littoral states are gathering in Baku for the fourth Caspian summit to discuss the sea's legal status.
It might be subtle, but Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbaev's budding cult of personality is showing his rule in a softer light.
Leaders of the five Caspian littoral states are holding a summit in Baku starting November 18. They haven’t agreed on much in the past, and now there really doesn’t seem to be much to talk about.
The leader of the unregistered Kazakh opposition party Algha (Forward) has praised the role played by Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbaeva in ensuring her country's recent parliamentary elections were free and fair.
The Kazakh government plans to start repatriating Kazakh scientists and researchers who are working abroad.
Four convicts at a maximum-security prison in central Kazakhstan who allegedly faked a video of an inmate being beaten had their prison terms prolonged by one year.
A labor activist who helped organize an oil workers' strike in western Kazakhstan earlier this year has been convicted of illegal drugs possession.
The Kazakh National Bank has issued a new 1,000 tenges ($6.60) banknote to mark the 2011 Asian Winter Games that will be hosted by Kazakhstan.
Iran has failed in an election to secure a seat on the executive board of the new UN agency to improve women's rights.