NYDAILYNEWS.COM. Woman allegedly swipes ex-husband's $20 million Plaza apartment, spends $75 million on jewelry - Bolat Nazarbayev, brother of Kazakhstan president Nursultan Nazarbayev, says ex Maira Nazarbayeva secretly listed herself as co-owner of the pricey apartment and wired millions to celebrity favorite Jacob the Jeweler. But the fuming ex-hubby may have gotten off easy, as Nazarbayeva reportedly has ties to organized crime.
MENAFN.COM. China gives credit loan to Kazakhstan for expenses on 'Kashagan' development - China gives credit loan to Kazakhstan for expenses of JSC NC "KazMunayGas" in project on Kashagan field development, a source on the Kazakhstan oil and gas market told Trend. "For the expenses of "KazMunayGas" on "Kashagan" ,according to its share in the project, China gives Kazakhstan a loan, but it is not financing', the source underscored.
ANTARA.CO.ID. Indonesia, Kazakhstan to boost cooperation in 13 economic sectors - "Kazhakstan is a trading partner as well as a friend of Indonesia. The joint commission meeting today was quite productive, resulting in agreements in 13 economic sectors, categorized under five working groups," Indonesia`s Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Hatta Radjasa said after attending the first meeting of the Indonesia-Kazakhstan Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation (JCEC).
DAILYMAIL.CO.UK. Time for a BAA-n! Animal rights campaigners appeal to UEFA after sheep was slaughtered by Kazakh club - Animal rights campaign group PETA has appealed to UEFA president Michel Platini to ban the ritual slaughter of animals in European football. The call for action follows the killing of a sheep by Kazakh side Shakhter Karagandy before their home Champions League play-off match against Celtic. On Monday, a day ahead of the Hoops' 2-0 first-leg play-off defeat at the Astana Arena, the animal was sacrificed in the corner of the stadium by the home side before they commenced a training session.
BBC.CO.UK. Kazakhstan: 'Sexy' question flummoxes students - It seems the masters degree students in Astana were bewildered - or at least distracted - by the phrasing of the multiple-choice question, which offered variations on the ordering of the missing words "tight", "black" and "Lycra". They even asked those who set the exam to point out the right answer.