Recent surge in suicide rates among young women in southern province brings uncomfortable issues to the forefront of public debate.
Western security firm refuses to confirm it sold Uzbekistan spyware able to monitor phone calls and e-mails.
Lone gunman adopted radical Islam in prison says security chief.
Three police and a civilian reported killed when two men attacked a police station today.
Tohtar Tuleshov also allegedly funded a shadowy, multinational crime syndicate whose existence is in doubt.
An attack on a local actress and pop media producer gets people talking, with social media users showing solidarity but also mocking the problem.
Authorities deny connection to the 5 June attacks in the city of Aktobe.
Kyrgyzstan asks Eurasian Union to help stop infected meat from crossing its border.
Athletes, including Kazakh icon Ilya Ilyin, are likely to lose their 2012 Olympic medals.
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