The way the utilities system is designed meant that a whole series of related essentials were quick to fail.
Human rights watchdog releases findings from analysis of more than 80 verified videos from week that saw at least 227 killed.
Xi Jinping said trade has grown 25-fold over the last two decades.
The US Fed has not increased interest rates, just talked of increasing rates – not even by that much — and global stock exchanges lost $4.2 trillion in week. How can the Fed kill off the current high inflation without crashing the economy?
Central Election Commission Berik Imashev replaced. At sovereign wealth fund, officials announce lie-detector tests will be used in crackdown on corruption.
Across three decades fabulous riches were secured at home and offshore in oil, gas, metals, banking and luxury property.
Former president denies in video address that there is conflict among the country’s elite.
Not a word has been heard from ex-president since country was plunged into turmoil by unrest.
Uzbek insiders think they can avoid Kazakh-style unrest, but they’re not taking any chances.
With Kazakhstan experiencing its worst unrest in three decades of independence, Abakhon Sultonnazarov, Central Asia director of the Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR), assesses latest developments and wider implications of the crisis.
Kazakh state media caused a stir after it published photographs of state security forces wearing blue UN helmets at a checkpoint in Almaty on January 9.
Announcing new ‘For the People’ fund, autocrat slams Kazakhstan’s financial system as dominated by large business groups "based on the principle 'everything for friends, and laws for everyone else'".
New CEO Ladislav Bartonicek is reported to be selling Home Credit Russia as part of the investment group's shift to more mature markets.
Case adds to pressure on Central Asian country to prove unrest was very much work of groups abroad.
Russian leader joins Kazakh president in describing violent unrest as work of foreign-backed terrorist groups
“Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan?” It would appear the Kazakh president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, a sinister dictator straight from central casting, would not appreciate Borat’s insight.
President steps up purge of security agency amid persistent speculation of clash with Nazarbayev clan.
A mysterious video was uploaded to Telegram on January 7 showing four supposed terrorists with a Kalashnikov and a Kazakh flag who claimed to be members of the "Kazakh Liberation Front" or "KLF".
Masimov has been arrested and charged with treason only days after being fired.
‘Grey cardinal’ Karim Masimov faces claims of high treason. Press secretary of ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev, meanwhile, denies speculation the former leader has fled the country.