Government and rebel delegations trade barbs over details of shaky nationwide truce during first day of talks in Astana.
by Dylan Collins
- Zena Tahhan
by Didier Bizet
by Mansur Mirovalev
Wild Animals25 May 2016 22:46 GMT
Scientists say unseasonal rains could have caused the mass deaths of Kazakhstan's endangered saiga antelope.
Politics21 May 2016 14:15 GMT
Police block protests in major cities over reforms the opposition says will lead to foreigners acquiring too much land.
War & Conflict13 Apr 2016 08:17 GMT
Kazakhstan foreign minister calls for unity in tackling Islamic world issues.
Kazakhstan21 Mar 2016 15:20 GMT
Leader says Asia is about "family relations" not democracy as he vows to turn Kazakhstan into a parliamentary republic.
Politics20 Mar 2016 17:22 GMT
No hope of change in Kazakhstan as all six parties participating in the poll support the republic's long-serving leader.
Politics11 Feb 2016 19:35 GMT
Activist jailed for inciting social hatred on Facebook, then released after apology, as dropping oil prices hit hard.
Counting the Cost07 Feb 2016 07:45 GMT
We explore the demise of oil, from production companies in the North Sea to a former Caspian tiger fallen on hard times.
Business & Economy05 Feb 2016 13:49 GMT
Many struggling to make ends meet in main city of Central Asian nation whose economy is heavily dependent on oil.
Kazakhstan05 Feb 2016 09:18 GMT
Upcoming television series depicts the warlike Central Asian nomads who fought over remnants of the Mongol Empire.
Space15 Dec 2015 19:56 GMT
Tim Peake is the first British national to join the international space station for 171-day mission.
Human Rights19 Nov 2015 12:31 GMT
Ethnic Russian man given five-year jail sentence for running a web poll on region's sovereignty.
Politics25 Oct 2015 10:27 GMT
Kazakhstan and Qatar must work together in the face of unprecedented challenges.
Sport08 Sep 2015 09:39 GMT
A year to go until the Rio Paralympics and the organisers are handing out a stern warning to drug cheats.
War & Conflict07 Sep 2015 11:42 GMT
Until there is an agreement, the possibility for armed conflict in the region remains real.
Sport01 Aug 2015 10:42 GMT
The country missed out on the Winter Games but the officials are working hard to change its perception to the world.
by Erlan Idrissov
by Luke Coffey
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