A horror movie produced by Kazakh-Russian filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov and directed by Georgian actor-director Leo Gabriadze hits screens at theaters in the United States on April 17.
Inmates from a women's prison in Kazakhstan's central Qaraghandy region have been evacuated due to severe floods.
A court in Kazakhstan's western city of Oral has sentenced three local residents to 3 1/2 years each on charges of attempting to join Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev and visiting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have discussed bilateral ties in Astana.
Former Kazakh intelligence chief Alnur Musaev on April 15 pleaded not guilty at a trial in Austria over his alleged involvement in the killing of two Kazakh bankers.
A court in Kazakhstan has sentenced two teenagers to five years in prison for promoting terrorism after they said they planned to join Islamic State militants.
Former Kazakh intelligence chief Alnur Musaev and ex-presidential bodyguard Vadim Koshlyak are accused of aiding the abduction and murder of two managers of Kazakhstan’s Nurbank in 2007.
Uzbek activist Aman Sagidullaev, who is in self-imposed exile in Kyrgyzstan, says Uzbek authorities have arrested five of his brothers over his political activities.
Two Kazakhs are expected to appear in court in Austria on April 14 over the killing of two bankers.
Roads in several parts of Kazakhstan have been closed due to severe floods caused by snowmelt.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has stressed the need for cooperation against Islamic State militants during a visit to Kazakhstan.
Dozens of homeowners from several regions of Kazakhstan have demonstrated in the capital, Astana, for a fourth day on April 10.