A Kazakh opposition leader is urging President Nursultan Nazarbaev to confirm or deny a report about an alleged deal he made in Beijing to lease Kazakh farmland to China.
Kazakhstan's Central Election Commission has announced that it has officially registered four candidates to run in the April 3 presidential election.
It's election season in Kazakhstan and the government isn't risking an Arab-style revolt (a very unlikely prospect anyway).
Eight inmates in a maximum-security prison in the central Kazakh town of Atbasar have maimed themselves by slashing their abdomens.
Four persons have been detained in connection with an explosion outside a prison camp in Kazakhstan's western Aqtobe region.
If you believe Central Asian women are reluctant to take part in politics, then think twice.
A house near Almaty owned by a relative of Vladimir Kozlov, the leader of the opposition Algha (Forward) party, has been demolished by order of city officials.
A man whose name and biographical data match that of Kazakh Deputy Prosecutor-General Askhat Daulbaev is on Interpol's wanted list.
An Almaty city court has upheld a decision not to grant asylum to four Uzbek citizens wanted in Uzbekistan on charges of religious extremism and terrorism.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev wraps up a visit to China and heads home with lucrative contracts to supply China with energy resources and promises of some $7 billion in Chinese loans for projects in Kazakhstan.
The Kazakh government has allocated 4.7 billion tenges ($32 million) to hold the early presidential election on April 3.
Kazakhstan and China are expected to sign a number of deals to deepen their already thriving cooperation during a state visit to Beijing by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev.