People's Daily - Kazakh Film Week to kick off in Beijing - Kazakh Film Week will be held in Beijing from April17 to 22 , according to Kazakh Embassy to China. The Chinese audience will have a chance to see several Kazakhstan films including “Unreal Love” during the film week.
The New York Post - Kazakhstan-born Miss Russia bombarded with hate mail for 'not being Russian enough' - The newly crowned brunette’s dad is a Tatar, an ethnic minority, and she was born in Kazakhstan — the same country that was put on the map by the mockumentary “Borat.”
Fars News - Iranian Publishers Widely Welcomed by Kazakh Book Fair Visitors - Persian books under around 400 topics in the various areas of history, culture, Iranology, language and literature, etc. are being displayed in the ongoing three-day International Book Fair in Almaty.
BBC - Margaret Thatcher: Queen leads mourners at funeral - Baroness Thatcher is at peace after "a life led in the heat of political controversy", the Bishop London has said in his funeral sermon.
The Diplomat - The Xinjiang Perspective: In Photos - China's security forces have failed in their attempts to win over the nation's ethnic minorities.
The National Interest - The Meaning of Gold's Plummet - The relationship between the increase in the price of gold and the growth of the central bank balance sheets of the United States, the European Union and Japan had an R-squared of approximately 95 percent over the last thirteen years. In the real world, it’s hard to find higher correlation factors than that.
The Washington Times - Embassy Row: Diplomats distressed - The Saudi ambassador was among the first diplomats in Washington to publicly condemn the terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon.
RIA Novosti - Saakashvili Wants Improvement in Relations with Russia - “I am one of those supporting the improvement of these relations. It was my initiative to lift the visa regime with Russia so that more Russian tourists could visit Georgia,” Saakashvili said in an interview with Rustavi-2 television channel.
The Guardian - Venezuela's opposition make noise against Nicolás Maduro's victory - Venezuela's opposition leader, Henrique Capriles, has called off the march he planned to lead to the headquarters of the National Electorate Council to demand a total recount of Sunday's electoral vote which gave Nicolás Maduro, Hugo Chávez's hand-picked successor, a razor-thin margin.