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January 18

​41 people fell ill with measles in the Atyrau region, but, “this is not an epidemic”.

To date, 41 cases of measles have been reported in the Atyrau region. According to Nadezhda Yergaleva, the chief of infectious diseases of Atyrau Health Department, however, this figure does not exceed the epidemiological threshold.

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​Kazakh Scientists to Develop Unique Medicine

An innovative product, medicine based on mare's milk, has been developed in Kazakhstan, reports Kazakh TV. Scientists say that the mare’s milk has a range of applications. The medicine strengthens the immune system, normalizes balance of microflora and improves digestion. In addition, it is effective for treating obesity and diabetes. 

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Two men jailed for murder of Kazakh Olympic skating medalist Denis Ten

Two men were jailed for 18 years in Kazakhstan on Thursday for the murder of Denis Ten, the country’s first Olympic figure skating medalist, Reuters reports. Ten, 25, was stabbed in Almaty in July as he struggled with two men he had caught trying to steal the mirrors on his car, police said.

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Private helicopter crashes in Almaty

A private helicopter has crashed today in the territory of Alatau health center in Almaty, reports Kazinform. The Emergency Situations Committee of the Kazakh Interior Ministry confirmed the information. 

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January 17

Appeal to hunters to shoot dogs in Atyrau

The topic of increase in the number of stray dogs in the oil capital was raised during the discussion at the   extraordinary session of the Atyrau city maslikhat held January 15. The head of the city department of Veterinary Medicine, Nurolla Satenov informed that the tender to shoot the stray dogs was awarded to the Private Enterprise (PE) “Zhaiyk”. Four shooters, using pneumatic rifles, shoot darts containing the highly toxic fast acting poison Adelin, killing between 80 and 85 dogs a day.

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January 16

Flight attendant smuggled drugs in 'highly organised' ring

Australian police say they have busted a "highly organised" drug ring which allegedly used a flight attendant to smuggle drugs into the country, reports BBC.The Melbourne-based Vietnamese syndicate had been operating for at least five years, Australian Federal Police said.

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Abnormally warm weather predicted in Kazakhstan Jan 17-19

Abnormally warm weather is forecast for Kazakhstan in the three days coming, Kazinform reports referring to Kazhydromet.

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Kazakhstan’s population reaches 18.37 million.

According to the Statistics Committee of the Kazakh Ministry of National Economy Kazakhstan's population reached 18,376,200 people, increasing by 238.9 thousand people, or 1.3%, year on year, Kazinform reports.

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January 15

​Uzbekistan tops ranking of diet-related heart disease deaths, while Kazakhstan is in top 10 countries with poorest diets

The countries in Europe where most people die because they eat too much salt and not enough vegetables have been named and shame, reports Tashkent Times.Unhealthy eating is deadliest in Uzbekistan, while Spain and Israel are at the bottom of the table.

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Mass death of fish in the Ural River: “KNB might be investigating this, but we don’t know.”

An Interdepartmental Commission, set up under the auspices of the Akimat of Atyrau Oblast, has not yet established the reasons for the mass death of fish in the Ural River, which occurred in early December 2018. A correspondent from “AZh” talked to the Deputy Chairman of the ‘Committee for Forestry and Wildlife’, Nariman Zhunusov in Astana, about this. He reports “still nothing new” in respect of new information as to causes for the fish deaths. 

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January 11

“They tied me up with scotch tape and took 23 million tenge”

Three criminals – two young men and a girl - carried out a daring attack on a pregnant woman in her own home,  during which they stole 23m tenge. The incident took place in the residential complex “Tomiris” on Valikhanov Street, Atyrau, on January 8. The police were immediately alerted and after a hot pursuit of the robbers, succeeded in detaining them.

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April 29 2016

North Caspian Sea Project supported ISO certification of 17 local companies Pr

On April 22, North Caspian Operating Company N.V. (NCOC), the Operator of the North Caspian Sea Project held ISO Certification Award Ceremony to 17 local companies (ISO9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 22000). All of them successfully passed the training conducted by Quality Management Centre (QMC LLP) and were certified by Rina Services SpA Kazakhstan. Training and certification costs were covered by NCOC as part of its special long-term Local Vendor Development program.

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February 29 2016

KMG EP reduces number of Management Board members

Last week some changes were made to the composition of the Management Board of KazMunaiGas Exploration & Production (KMG EP), Kazinform has learnt from KASE.

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The Sound of Silence: Life Returns to Normal in Syria as Ceasefire Holds

Correspondents representing news agencies from around the globe have reported a lively atmosphere on the streets of the capital Damascus and other major Syrian cities just days after a ceasefire took effect in the country, according to the German magazine Der Spiegel.

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Why Super Tuesday is so important

Super Tuesday is seen as a key turning point in most presidential campaigns and narrows the field.

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Cannabis Might be Legalized in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan companies spend annually 100 million US dollars to import office paper. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan has an opportunity to make paper for itself. But, for this consumption, cannabis (non-narcotic) have to be legalized.

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​Washington teens killed in shooting were adopted in Kazakhstan: Ombudsman

Washington teens shot to death together with their mom were indeed adopted in Kazakhstan, the Institute of Ombudsman of Kazakhstan confirmed.

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​Smuggled Horns and Hides

On February 24, at the check point in Baida village of Kurmangazy District, the frontier guards arrested smuggled goods.

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Oscars 2016: Leonardo DiCaprio finally gets his statuette

The Oscar for Best Actor goes to... Leonardo DiCaprio, for The Revenant.

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Kazakhstan checking whether teens killed in Washington shooting were adopted in Kazakhstan

Kazakh diplomats continue to verify information on the teen victims of the recent shooting in the US state of Washington, that could have been adopted in Kazakhstan, Foreign Ministry spokesman Anuar Zhaynakov said Sunday.

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Former Arsenal star Arshavin moving to Kazakhstan

Former Arsenal star Andrey Arshavin is extending his playing career in Kazakhstan.

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February 25 2016

How selfie-related deaths happen

It pops up in the news from time to time: the death-by-selfie. Earlier this month, for example, a teenager in India was struck and killed while trying to take a picture of himself in front of an oncoming train. Now the economics site Priceonomics has attempted to gather the existing statistics about the people who've lost their lives while taking selfies, combing through three years of news reports indicating a death was "precipitated by a selfie," or that a person had died while attempting to take a photo of themselves.

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First McDonald’s to open in Kazakhstan

The first branches of fast food chain McDonald's are set to open in Kazakhstan.

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​Kazakhstan To See Petrol Prices Rocket Again This Year

Experts predict a resumption of growth in gasoline prices in Kazakhstan in April 2016, which is associated with a deficit of raw materials for petrol production in the republic and the rise in price of imported Russian fuel. According to Sergei Smirnov, an oil and gas market analyst, several factors can cause the rise of prices. First and foremost, it is reduction of the export duty, which allows for more profitably delivery of oil abroad in comparison with its processing at Kazakh refineries.

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