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· March, 2010

Stories about Kazakhstan from March, 2010

Kazakhstan: Bloggers claim lack of state aid to flood victims

After a mudflow killed dozens of people in the villages south-east of Kazakhstan on March 11, many fear that other dams across the country may cause much harsher disasters in...

Kazkahstan: Flood and the government

Kazakhstan: Flood Kills 47, Leaves Hundreds Homeless

Thousands of people were moved out of threatened areas after two dams burst in Kazakhstan on Thursday and Friday. The tragedy has taken place in the Aksuisky district north of...

Kazakhstan: Government reshuffled

Kazakhstan: No gifts, no celebrations

Kazakhstan: Libel Laws and OSCE

Kazakhstan: Politics, ethnic balance and opposition

Bloggers in Kazakhstan continue to discuss issues centered around governance and political stability.

Kazakhstan: Sports, Politics and Passionarity

Yesterday, Adam Kesher, a Kazakh blogger, asked a pretty rhethoric question about the state of Kazakh passionarity and devotion to the homeland, but surprisingly received a variety of answers [ru]:...

Kazakhstan: Bloggers Discuss Olympian Results

Kazakhstan's performance at the Vancouver Winter Games was pretty humble with the only silver medal won by Elena Krustaleva in the women’s 15km biathlon. Elena is from Russia and until...

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