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Oil Workers From Restive Kazakh Town Reach Nur-Sultan DemandIng Talks

Radio Free Europe 12 May 2022
NUR-SULTAN -- Oil workers from Kazakhstan's restive southwestern town of Zhanaozen have descended upon the capital, Nur-Sultan, to demand salary increases and improved work conditions ... Kazakhstan’s chief labor inspector, Tolegen Ospanqulov, told RFE/RL that the oil workers' ...
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Central Asia Could Be the Key to Driving a Wedge Between Russian and China

Time Magazine 12 May 2022
In it, he said, the balance of power would pivot around Asia’s heartland—basically, the “stans,” from Kazakhstan in the north through Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan, to Pakistan in the south ... I learned three lessons in Kazakhstan’s capital.
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Turkiye to produce drone in Kazakhstan

Anadolu Agency 11 May 2022
Turkiye will produce its drone at a facility soon to be established in Kazakhstan ... The company signed a memorandum of understanding with state-owned Kazakhstan Engineering on technology transfer, including maintenance and repair.
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Turkey to produce drone in Kazakhstan

Urdu Point 11 May 2022
... signed a joint declaration in the capital Ankara elevating bilateral relations to the level of "enhanced strategic partnership."Turkiye and Kazakhstan are eyeing lion in bilateral trade volume, the Turkish president said.
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Turkey, Kazakhstan aim to reach 10 bln USD in bilateral trade: president

Xinhua 11 May 2022
Turkey and Kazakhstan aim to reach the target of 10 billion U.S ... ANKARA, May 10 (Xinhua) -- Turkey and Kazakhstan aim to reach the target of 10 billion U.S ... "The trade volume between Turkey and Kazakhstan exceeded 5.3 billion dollars last year ... For his part, Tokayev called Turkey "a very important strategic partner for Kazakhstan.".
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Turkey, Kazakhstan aim to reach $10 bln in bilateral trade: president

China Daily 11 May 2022
ANKARA - Turkey and Kazakhstan aim to reach the target of $10 billion in bilateral trade, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday ... "The trade volume between Turkey and Kazakhstan exceeded $5.3 billion last year ... For his part, Tokayev called Turkey "a very important strategic partner for Kazakhstan.".
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Dramatic moment hero clings to the outside of a window 80ft up a tower block ...

The Daily Mail 11 May 2022
Her mother had gone shopping and left her home alone in Kazakhstan's capital Nur-Sultan when she piled up her toys and cushions to climb out of the window ... He said ... Previous 1 Next ... Share this article. .
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Extreme nationalism — in all forms — is a threat to humanity

The CT Mirror 11 May 2022
The 21st century has become the failure of global capitalism. The fatal flaw of capitalism everywhere is its unending greed and waste, it’s strategic policies that foster the privilege of the super-rich and enforce the inequities that plague our world ... Capitalism continues to produce endless junk, burning through the world’s resources.
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Kazakh president's first visit to Turkiye marks new era in bilateral ties

Anadolu Agency 10 May 2022
The first official visit to Turkiye by Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, which began on Tuesday, is expected to herald a new era in the two countries' relations ... Ankara has also pioneered the establishment of the first diplomatic mission in Kazakhstan, opening an embassy in Almaty, then the capital of the Central Asian country.
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Rothschildgate: Second Witness Confirms the Payment of “Bonuses” in “England”

The Liberty Beacon 09 May 2022
ER Editor ... Readers who follow Benjamin Fulford will have observed that it is the French branch of the Rothschild family that was alleged to be responsible for the recent mess in Kazakhstan (recall that its capital, Astana, is full of freemasonic symbols) where Putin was called in by the government there to sort it out ... ***. ER ... No answer ... Of which act.
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Climate change, growing population forcing 4 countries to move capital cities

Anadolu Agency 04 May 2022
In the past, many countries such as Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Brazil, Malaysia, Nigeria, and Myanmar changed their capitals due to political reasons. However, when we look at the past 50 years, natural events, climate, and economic reasons as well as population growth lie behind the changes in the capital cities rather than political reasons.
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Hungary to not support sanctions against Russian oil, gas

Anadolu Agency 03 May 2022
His remarks came at a joint news conference with his Kazakh counterpart Mukhtar Tleuberdi in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan's capital.  ... For his part, Tleuberdi pointed out that the sanctions against Russia negatively affected the economic and commercial cooperation between Hungary and Kazakhstan ... .
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Kazakhstan holding referendum to amend constitution

Anadolu Agency 30 Apr 2022
Kazakhstan will hold a referendum to amend 33 provisions of its ... 2, massive protests broke out in Kazakhstan over fuel price rise and later escalated into clashes with police, with the most violent incidents taking place in Kazakhstan’s former capital and largest city Almaty.
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Kazakhstan says reforms to move forward despite protests

La Prensa Latina 28 Apr 2022
Nur-Sultan, Apr 28 (EFE).- Planned democratic reforms in Kazakhstan are to continue even if protests like the ones that rocked the country in January break out, Kazakh Secretary of State Erlan Karin said Thursday ... meeting with foreign journalists in the Kazakh capital, Nur-Sultan.
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South Africa’s electricity workers can teach us about winning a Green New Deal

The Real News Network 27 Apr 2022
South Africa is a case study in how capital is using the climate emergency to privatize public goods ... This is an oversimplification that serves the interests of the section of capital seeking to profit from energy privatization ... Globally, meanwhile, the capital-led energy transition has failed to deliver serious carbon cuts.

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