Kassym-Jomart Tokayev visited the National Scientific Cardiac Surgery Center, where he got acquainted with the activities of the multi-disciplinary centre and inspected the medical departments and laboratories.
South Korea confirmed 20 more cases of the novel coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the total number of infections here to 51, with most new patients traced to church services, stoking concerns that the country may identify more virus patients despite tighter quarantine measures.
Turkey’s largest library, set to be inaugurated in the capital Ankara on Thursday, will feature 4 million printed books and offer disabled-friendly services starting right from the carpark to the library.
Passengers on the coronavirus-hit cruise ship Diamond Princess started disembarking Wednesday in Yokohama after a two-week quarantine period that raised questions about the Japanese government's response to the outbreak.
The Global Women’s Forum Dubai hosted Google News Initiative Teaching Fellow, Samya Ayish, who shared insights on what people are searching for on Google and the impact this has on journalism during a breakout session which took place at the Society Hub.
Nearly 6,000 medical stuff from over 10 provinces in China arrived at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in epicenter Wuhan, central China's Hubei province on Feb. 9, marking the largest single-day number of medics' arrivals at the airport since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
In celebration of the 175th Anniversary of the great Kazakh poet, philosopher, composer and public figure Abai Qunanbayuly on February 14, 2020 with the support of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in India, children’s choir from Panchsheel Balak inter college sang the famous song of Abai "Kozimnin Karasy" in Kazakh language.
Lithuania is looking to take part in One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR) using country’s transport and logistical assets, a representative of Lithuania’s Ministry of Transport and Communications told Trend.
South Korea and Japan have both shown great support for China amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, which many Chinese citizens hailed as a sign of the deepening friendship of the three East Asian countries.
Some passengers from a cruise ship that had been turned away from at least five ports in Asia over fears a person onboard may be suffering a coronavirus infection began disembarking in Cambodia on Friday.
Yerzhan Ashikbayev, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, held a meeting with the leadership of the Vienna-based UN organizations during his working visit to Austria on February 10-12, 2020.