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- Study UK 2019 in AlmatyThen visit the largest UK education exhibition in Kazakhstan in Almaty on 13 October!
- Japan’s Akira Yoshino among 3 winners of Nobel Prize in chemistryJapan's Akira Yoshino, German-born John Goodenough and Britain's Stanley Whittingham won this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for their contribution to the development of lithium-ion batteries.
- Study links violence to loneliness, hypervigilance, chronic health problemsExposure to violence can negatively impact a person's physical and psychosocial health, according to two studies of the University of Chicago (UChicago).
- Kazakhstan improves position at Global Competitiveness IndexThe World Economic Forum has published a rating of the Global Competitiveness Index.
- Sergey Lavrov points out efficiency of Syrian talks in Nur-SultanRussian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov shared his view on the efficiency of the Kazakh capital as a platform for negotiating the Syrian process.
- 5G technologies to bring $34B to economies of CIS countries in 15 years5G technologies are expected to bring $34 billion to the economies of the CIS countries during the next 15 years, Trend reports referring to the research "Mobile Economy: Russia and CIS 2019" by GSMA association.
- Kazakhstan to repatriate another 14 children from Iraq - FMKazakhstan plans to repatriate another 14 children from Iraq, according to Minister of Foreign Affairs Mukhtar Tleuberdi.
- TurkStream branch to Serbia to start in 2020A connecting branch of the TurkStream natural gas pipeline will start next year to extend from Belgrade to the Republika Srpska, one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Minister of Energy and Mining of Republika Srpska Petar Djokic announced Monday evening.