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    Man convicted for ‘inciting ethnic hatred’ on social network in north Kazakhstan
    Nov15

    Man convicted for ‘inciting ethnic hatred’ on social network in north Kazakhstan

    ASTANA (TCA) — A court in Kazakhstan’s northern city of Petropavlovsk has sentenced a man to two years in prison on charges of inciting ethnic hatred via the Internet, RFE/RL’s Kazakh Service reports. Regional anti-extremism directorate chief Ruslan Mukhambetzhanov told journalists that Sergei Khandogin, a 45-year-old Petropavlovsk...

    Kyrgyzstanis invited to international Olympiad “IT-Planet 2017-2018”
    Nov15

    Kyrgyzstanis invited to international Olympiad “IT-Planet 2017-2018”

    Bishkek, Nov. 15, 2017 / Kabar/. Students and young specialists from Kyrgyzstan are invited to take part in the international Olympiad in the field of information technologies “IT-Planet 2017-2018”, the press service of the Ministry of Education of the Kyrgyz Republic reported. The IT-Planeta, IT Development Center announces the...

    Iceland held by last-gasp Qatar
    Nov15

    Iceland held by last-gasp Qatar

    DOHA: (AFP) – A last-minute equaliser from Qatars Mohammed Muntari meant Iceland warmed up for their World Cup finals debut in Russia next year without a win in two friendly matches in Doha.The 1-1 draw on Tuesday followed up their 2-1 defeat against the Czech Republic in Qatar last week.Muntari slammed home from close distance to force a...

    Ukraine prosecutor says puzzled by lack of U.S. help on Manafort case
    Nov14

    Ukraine prosecutor says puzzled by lack of U.S. help on Manafort case

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine is puzzled by the lack of a U.S. response to requests it has made to question former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort as a witness over two cases involving misuse of Ukrainian state funds, the chief investigator said. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine's anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency
    Nov14

    Ukraine's anti-corruption bureau launches case against sister agency

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian investigators on Tuesday said they had opened a criminal case into suspected extortion by officials at a sister anti-corruption agency, based partly on information from a whistleblower who also implicated the president’s office. …read more Source: The...

    Kyrgyzstan’s economic week Nov 4-11, 2017
    Nov14

    Kyrgyzstan’s economic week Nov 4-11, 2017

    The CIS is the main one. This week, the State Statistics Committee of Uzbekistan said that Kyrgyzstan is the main foreign trade partner of Uzbekistan among the CIS countries. Among the main trade partners of Uzbekistan are also Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Tajikistan, which make 28.6% of foreign trade turnover. Foreign trade operations of...

    Beeline offers to buy smartphones iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in  installments at 0% rate
    Nov14

    Beeline offers to buy smartphones iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in  installments at 0% rate

    ArmInfo. In the offices of sales / service Beeline in Armenia you can buy smartphones iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in installments at 0% rate. As ArmInfo was told in the press service of the company, the loan is issued on the spot (in the Beeline sales office) through VTB Bank (Armenia) or Unibank, or on the website www.beeline.am. The monthly fee...

    Aivazovsky’s little known works on Armenia to be displayed in Ukraine
    Nov14

    Aivazovsky’s little known works on Armenia to be displayed in Ukraine

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study
    Nov14

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study

    A study of internet freedom in 65 countries found 30 governments are deploying some form of manipulation to distort online information, up from 23 the previous year. AFP file photo WASHINGTON: More governments are following the lead of Russia and China by manipulating social media and suppressing dissent online in a grave threat to democracy, a...

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study
    Nov14

    More governments manipulate media with ‘bots,’ trolls: study

    WASHINGTON: More governments are following the lead of Russia and China by manipulating social media and suppressing dissent online in a grave threat to democracy, a human rights watchdog said Tuesday. A study of internet freedom in 65 countries found 30 governments are deploying some form of manipulation to distort online information, up from 23...

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