Eurasianet - Leaflets Supporting Boston Bombing Suspect Appear in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan - After appearing in Kyrgyzstan and Chechnya, leaflets expressing support for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Djokhar Tsarnaev have now emerged in central Kazakhstan.
Trend - Expert: Kazakh Army copes with issues - Kazakhstan's Army has done much to establish itself during the past 20 years, Kazakh political scientist, head of the'Who's Who in Kazakhstan' project Daniyar Ashimbayev told Trend on the eve of Defenders of the Fatherland Day.
The Diplomat - China: Middle East Peace Broker? - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will fly into China for a two-day state visit at the invitation of Xi Jinping, even as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Shanghai for a trip that will include a meeting with Premier Li Keqiang.
The Telegraph - Will Angela Merkel have to choose between Germany and Europe? - As Angela Merkel faces elections, voices from both Left and Right are calling for an end to the euro. Jeevan Vasagar reports from Berlin.
Fresh Plaza - More apples to Kazakhstan - 2012 apple imports in Kazakhstan reached 24,000 tons. That was more than half of the total imports in the first five months of the 2012/13 season.
Next Big Future - Kazakhstan uranium production forecast for 2013 through 2016 - According to some forecasts, Kazakhstan has up to one fourth of the global uranium reserves at its territory. 20.9 thousand tons of uranium or 37 percent of the global volume was produced in Kazakhstan in 2012. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan plans to keep annually increasing production of this mineral.
RIA Novosti - West Providing Chemical Weapons to Syrian Rebels - Iran - Iran accused Western powers on Tuesday of helping Syrian rebels gain access to chemical weapons.