European financial institutions must keep their environmental commitments beyond EU borders.
At least 60 admitted to hospital after blasts at a military facility storing engineering-purpose explosives.
The US had boots on the ground in Central Asia when it entered Afghanistan in 2001, but regional dynamics have shifted.
Countries should follow Kazakhistan’s successful model and bring ISIL-linked fighters and their families home.
The standoff could delay plans to pump more oil through the end of the year to cool oil prices.
World oil consumption will rebound by a vigorous six million barrels a day this year, according to OPEC+ estimates.
Four killed, two wounded as An-26 aircraft flying from Nur-Sultan crashes while landing in Almaty.
Police in Kazakhstan detained protesters calling for the release of political prisoners in line with an EU resolution.
Kazakhstan, a major producer of grains, oilseeds and meat, is seeking to end a dispute that has prompted protests.
Kazakhstan’s only registered opposition party declined to field candidates in Sunday’s poll.
Nur Otan party to retain hold on power after it is projected to win almost 72 percent of ballots cast.
The ruling Nur Otan party, promising political reform, expected to score a big win in the oil-rich Central Asia country.
Most of the group’s members including Saudi Arabia are against Russia’s proposal to boost supply in February.
Kazakh president signs parliamentary ratification of document that commits countries to abolish capital punishment.