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Although youngsters are having sex, they are clueless about protecting themselves from unwanted pregnancies or disease.
US praises Nur-Saltan as “global leader” in repatriating former fighters and their families.
Women who fight back often end up serving stiff prison sentences.
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.
More than 1,000 families returned to Kazakstan in the first six months of this year.
15 Feb 16
Experts warn that online access will be imperilled if new laws are put into effect.
18 Dec 15
Stigma and legal loopholes mean that many women suffer in silence.
4 Dec 15
Attempts to block or amend contentious bill come to nothing.
30 Nov 15
Police try to engineer Soviet-style forcible confinement in psychiatric hospital.
27 Nov 15
Four years' absence will make it hard for LiveJournal to claw back its fans.
17 Nov 15
At least 400 Kazak nationals believed to be in Syria or Iraq.
10 Nov 15
Despite relatively progressive legislation, women still find themselves marginalised.
25 Aug 15
Exporters say customs controls with Kazakstan remain in place despite launch of free trade rules.
18 May 15
Keeping everyone guessing helps ensure President Nazarbaev’s position is unassailable.
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