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Kazakhstan holds off Denmark in relegation round

TSN

Kazakhstan sets record for beef exports

Astana Times

World junior hockey fans crazy for Kazakhstan

Toronto Star

Kazakhstan at international arena: 2018 outcomes

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Easy as ABC? Not in Kazakhstan

The McGill International Review
Opinion
Kazakhstan goalie Andrei Yankov fends off Canadian shooter Jamie Benn during first period action at the 2008 world juniors in Ottawa, when the Central Asian country last played at the tournament.
Kazakhstan goalie Andrei Yankov fends off Canadian shooter Jamie Benn during first period action at the 2008 world juniors in Ottawa, when the Central Asian country last played at the tournament.

Regional Focus. 31.12.2018

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Patchy fog, ice slick predicted in Kazakhstan on Thursday

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Kazakhstan plans on staying put at world juniors

Times Colonist

Czechs blank Denmark; Sweden beats Kazakhstan

TSN

Kazakhstan's Militant Hot Spot

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Gameday: US Faces Kazakhstan in Second 2019 WJC Game

USA Hockey

Kazakhstan approves Caspian Sea legal status bill

New Europe

Kazakhstan: Smells like election spirit

EurasiaNet

Oil-rich Kazakhstan's green transition

The New Economy

OUTLOOK 2019 Kazakhstan

bne IntelliNews

Kazakhstan is a reliable and stable partner

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Kazakhstan-made products are in demand abroad

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Kazakhstan and Serbia to increase trade by 6 times

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Kazakhstan's trade turnover with EEU up by 7.2%

AzerNews

Kazakhstan receives four new Su-30SM fighter jets

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Car sales in Kazakhstan jump 25 percent in 2018

Astana Times

Kazakhstan's agricultural exports to China up by 42%

AzerNews

Kazakhstan Ends Successful Security Council Membership

IDN InDepthNews | Analysis That Matters

Kazakhstan celebrates Independence Day

AzerNews
A Nabors Industries Ltd. roughneck uses a power washer to clean the drilling floor of a rig drilling for Chevron Corp. in the Permian Basin near Midland, Texas, U.S., on Thursday, March 1, 2018. Chevron, the world's third-largest publicly traded oil producer, is spending $3.3 billion this year in the Permian and an additional $1 billion in other shale basins. Its expansion will further bolster U.S. oil output, which already exceeds 10 million barrels a day, surpassing the record set in 1970. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
A Nabors Industries Ltd. roughneck uses a power washer to clean the drilling floor of a rig drilling for Chevron Corp. in the Permian Basin near Midland, Texas, U.S., on Thursday, March 1, 2018. Chevron, the world's third-largest publicly traded oil producer, is spending $3.3 billion this year in the Permian and an additional $1 billion in other shale basins. Its expansion will further bolster U.S. oil output, which already exceeds 10 million barrels a day, surpassing the record set in 1970. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Ice Hawk alumni to face Kazakhstan junior team

Delta-Optimist

Kazakhstan, Pak President XI win in FIH Hockey Series

The Nation

Tele2 to sell remaining Kazakhstan mobile stake

Telecompaper
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