Police forced leading members of the Kazakh opposition Azat Social Democratic Party to leave the central Kazakh town of Qarqaraly where they went to meet with supporters, RFE/RL's Kazakh Service reports.
An explosion killed three copper miners in central Kazakhstan today, mine owner Kazakhmys said.
Two Kazakhs have been wounded in a shooting incident on Kazakhstan's southern border with Uzbekistan.
Two Kazakh activists have protested the newly approved law declaring President Nursultan Nazarbaev the "leader of the nation" and giving him greater privileges and protection.
Kazakh authorities have stopped allowing Kyrgyz citizens of Uzbek origin to enter Kazakhstan.
Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organization says it will not deploy peacekeepers to Kyrgyzstan but may send security "specialists."
An Almaty court has ruled that accusations of embezzlement against a son-in-law of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev are untrue.
A crisis erupts in a former Soviet state and Russia is reluctant to intervene alone and is instead calling for a multilateral response. Is the crisis in Kyrgyzstan the shape of things to come in the region?
Kazakhstan's state media outlets today printed the text of a law giving President Nursultan Nazarbaev special powers for life.
At least 56 houses have been damaged by floods in the village of Zhylga near the town of Saryaghash in South Kazakhstan Oblast.
China and Kazakhstan have agreed to build and finance a gas pipeline and deepen atomic energy ties, extending Beijing's influence in a region where it has used its financial might to access natural resources.
Kazakh authorities say they have taken some Uzbek asylum seekers into custody at the request of Tashkent.