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17 Nov
Authorities in Kazakhstan said Thursday they had detained seven people suspected of planning "riots" during this weekend's presidential elections, which being held months after deadly unrest rocked the Central Asian country.
2 Nov
Kazakhstan's anti-corruption agency said Wednesday it had seized jewels worth more than $230 million, in a case involving the nephew of ex-leader Nursultan Nazarbayev.
6 Oct
Kazakhstan’s foreign ministry said Thursday it summoned Russia's ambassador to the Central Asian country for a "serious talk" following Moscow's demands to expel the country's Ukraine envoy. Relations between Russia and Kazakhstan have been strained since Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, with Astana seeking to balance ties with both the West and ally Moscow. Kazakh leader…
13 Sep
Pope Francis, warned by doctors not to travel to Ukraine, arrived in Kazakhstan in Central Asia on Tuesday for a three-day visit to promote dialogue and peace in the ex-Soviet region.
1 Aug 2022
Pope Francis will visit Kazakhstan as planned in September for a religious congress, the Vatican confirmed on Monday, two days after the pontiff revealed he would ease his international schedule.
27 Jul 2022
The Joint United Nations Programme on Human Immuno-deficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (UNAIDS), yesterday, warned that millions of lives were at risk, as a move to control the disease falters.
12 Jun 2022
Although the world is filled with 75% of water, less than 4% of it is covered by lakes. However, there are some fascinating varieties among the lakes of the world.  These are some of the most spectacular and unusual lakes seen around the world; Dragon Lake, Greece Drakolimni is the name of several alpine or…
25 Feb 2022
The oldest daughter of Kazakhstan's ex-president has stepped down from parliament, election authorities said Friday, the latest indicator of the former first family's decline in the oil-rich Central Asian state.
7 Feb 2022
Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev approved Monday amendments to a law stripping his long-ruling predecessor of key policy-making privileges, government media said, after last month's bloody unrest exposed a power struggle.
17 Jan 2022
The influential son-in-law of Kazakhstan's ex-president resigned as head of the leading business lobby Monday after public anger at perceived corruption
11 Jan 2022
Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev issued rare criticism of his long-ruling predecessor Tuesday and said he expected Russian-led forces to leave the troubled Central Asian country in the next 10 days.
8 Jan 2022
Russia on Saturday slammed US Secretary of State Antony Blinken as "boorish" for saying Kazakhstan will be saddled with Russian presence


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Rivers State government has said about 26 persons diagnosed with leprosy in 2022 in the state have been treated. The state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Princewill Chike, who spoke in commemoration of World Leprosy Day, also disclosed that the state had increased its treatment centres from 12 to 23 councils. The commissioner said the ministry…
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Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, has said that for Nigeria to move forward, corruption, which he described as a monster, must be eliminated.
31 mins ago
Newly appointed Tutor–General/Permanent Secretary (TGPS) of District VI in Lagos State Civil Service, Dr. Shareefah Yusuf, has promised to focus on deepening the reforms in the education sector and take the district to greater heights.
1 day ago
The constant gaffes of All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, which started as a comic relief is slowly becoming a tragedy, an embarrassment to Nigeria, Africa’s largest nation. Since Tinubu declared his intention to contest, he has made over 20 gaffes publicly. These gaffes, which have provided online skit makers with comic content, are…
1 day ago
The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr Godwin Emefiele, says the excuse of security threats pushed by Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has no bearing on the ongoing currency swap across the country.