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    Kazakh and American Judicial Experts Hold Round Table Talks on Preventing Terrorism
    Jun25

    Kazakh and American Judicial Experts Hold Round Table Talks on Preventing Terrorism

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. Representatives of the Kazakh Supreme Court, the Union of Judges of Kazakhstan, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative took part in round table talks to discuss judicial practice concerning...

    Berlin: Diplomats from EU’s founding 6 meet to talk Brexit
    Jun25

    Berlin: Diplomats from EU’s founding 6 meet to talk Brexit

    Foreign Ministers from EU’s founding six, from left to right, Didier Reynders from Belgium, Frank-Walter Steinmeier from Germany, Paolo Gentiloni from Italy, Jean Asselborn from Luxembourg, Jean-Marc Ayrault from France and Bert Koenders from the Netherlands, walk through the park of the Foreign Ministry’s guest house Villa Borsig...

    ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine US-Britain special relationship
    Jun25

    ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine US-Britain special relationship

    The British referendum on Thursday, widely seen as reflecting an increasingly nationalistic and inward-looking public, also risks the splintering of the United Kingdom itself. (Source: AP) Britain’s decision to quit the European Union could send damaging shockwaves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions...

    Euro 2016: Switzerland v/s Poland preview – Will Lewandowski or Shaqiri score their first goal?
    Jun25

    Euro 2016: Switzerland v/s Poland preview – Will Lewandowski or Shaqiri score their first goal?

    Poland forward Robert Lewandowski and Switzerland’s Xherdan Shaqiri, who have yet to shine at Euro 2016, will have another chance to score their first goal of the tournament when their teams clash in St Etienne in the last 16 on Saturday. It is the first time for both the teams to appear in the knockout stage of European Championship....

    Knockout ties will bring out best in Germany: Neuer
    Jun25

    Knockout ties will bring out best in Germany: Neuer

    LILLE, France: Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer believes the world champions can put a slow start to Euro 2016 behind them and thrive under the pressure of knockout football when they face Slovakia on Sunday. Joachim Loew’s side progressed to the last 16 as winners of Group C, beating Ukraine and Northern Ireland, drawing with Poland and all...

    Brexit result threatens to undermine special relationship between U.S., Britain
    Jun25

    Brexit result threatens to undermine special relationship between U.S., Britain

    Britain’s decision to quit the European Union could send damaging shock waves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions about London’s willingness and ability to back U.S.-led efforts in global crises ranging from the Middle East to Ukraine. The loss of the strongest pro-U.S. voice within the...

    ‘Explosive shock’ as Britain votes to leave EU, Cameron quits
    Jun25

    ‘Explosive shock’ as Britain votes to leave EU, Cameron quits

    Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron speaks after Britain voted to leave the European Union, outside Number 10 Downing Street in London, Britain June 24, 2016. REUTERS LONDON: Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow since World War Two to the...

    ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine U.S.-Britain special relationship
    Jun25

    ‘Brexit’ threatens to undermine U.S.-Britain special relationship

    Britain’s decision to quit the European Union could send damaging shockwaves through the bedrock Anglo-American “special relationship,” raising questions about London’s willingness and ability to back U.S.-led efforts in global crises ranging from the Middle East to Ukraine. The loss of the strongest pro-U.S. voice within the...

    Democracy in Decline
    Jun25

    Democracy in Decline

    How Washington Can Reverse the Tide By Larry Diamond In the decade following the Cold War, democracy flourished around the world as never before. In recent years, however, much of this progress has steadily eroded. Between 2000 and 2015, democracy broke down in 27 countries, among them Kenya, Russia, Thailand, and Turkey. Around the same time,...

    Police to continue crackdown on quacks
    Jun25

    Police to continue crackdown on quacks

    Kathmandu, June 24 With more doctors being found to be earning medical degrees by submitting forged primary certificates, the Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police today said that it was scrutinising the credentials of nearly 18,000 licensed doctors. So far, the CIB has managed to round up as many 54 such doctors registered with Nepal...

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