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Travelling to Kazakhstan

Posted by on May 13, 2016 – 08:50 pm

Travelling to Kazakhstan

Most visits are trouble-free. However, mugging and theft occur in cities and rural areas. Foreigners can be targeted. There have been a number of violent attacks and muggings on the expatriate community in Atyrau and Aktau in western Kazakhstan, and in Astana and Almaty. Attacks have largely taken place at night, in and around local nightclubs and bars or when arriving at home late at night, as the majority of apartment buildings have dark stairwells and no lifts. Avoid walking alone and where possible pre-arrange transport. Keep valuables in a…

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The population of Kazakhstan

Posted by on May 7, 2016 – 08:38 pm

The population of Kazakhstan

As of January the 1st, 2010, the population of Kazakhstan was 16, 597, 638 people. Population density is approximately 6 people per square kilometre. Ethnic composition More than 130 nationalities (or ethnic groups) live in Kazakhstan. The main nationality is Kazakh – 63%, then Russian – 24 %, Uzbek – 3 %, Ukranian – 2 %, Uighur, Tatar and German –1% each and other ethnicities – 5%. Language The state language of the republic of Kazakhstan is Kazakh which belongs to the Turkic group of languages. State enterprises and local government authorities…

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Teaching English Kazakhstan

Posted by on April 3, 2016 – 06:57 pm

Teaching English Kazakhstan

TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF! What is your citizenship? United States What city and state are you from? Baltimore, Maryland How old are you? 41 What is your education level and background? Bachelor s Degree Have you traveled abroad in the past? Some International Travel with friends, family, business, etc. If you have traveled abroad in the past, where have you been? Thailand, Japan, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan What sparked your interest in going to teach English abroad? My travels but specifically my trip to Kyrgyzstan. It opened my eyes to living and working…

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Kazakhstan Vacations

Posted by on February 11, 2016 – 01:44 pm

Kazakhstan Vacations

There are only 8 countries larger in size than a transcontinental Kazakhstan in territory. In each of 86 cities of the country there are many monumental and wonderful places that attract attention of travelers. Each of 14 regions has a unique beautiful of nature. It is impossible to seize in a multivolume book to reflect a full picture of this beauty. But there are 10 must do and see’s for every traveler who chooses vacation in Kazakhstan. 1. Enjoy the melodies of Kurmangazy. You can read many books on stretched great steppes of Kazakhstan, but…

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Kazakhstan Latest News

Posted by on January 22, 2016 – 11:39 am

Kazakhstan Latest News

Bars spilled joyous supporters into the streets of oil-rich Kazakhstan`s capital Astana early on Thursday after the Central Asian country`s leading football club became its first to make the Champions League group stages. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Kazakhstan signed an agreement on Thursday to locate the world`s first bank of low-enriched uranium (LEU) in the ex-Soviet nation to ensure fuel supplies for nuclear power stations and encourage nuclear non-proliferation. Favourites Beijing and Almaty staged their final pleas to…

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Ust Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

Posted by on January 12, 2016 – 10:33 am

Ust Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan

Local time in Ust-Kamenogorsk city is December 10, 12:15 am (+6 UTC). Ust-Kamenogorsk facts Ust-Kamenogorsk was founded as a Russian fort in 1720. Ust-Kamenogorsk later became a center of trade with Mongolia and China and the gateway to the mineral wealth of the Rudny Altay mountains. Today Ust-Kamenogorsk city is Kazakhstan major center of nonferrous metallurgy (lead, zinc, titanium, and magnesium) with important associated research institutes and laboratories. Other industries of Ust-Kamenogorsk city include food processing and machine building…

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Kazakhstan News Agency

Posted by on January 2, 2016 – 09:16 am

Kazakhstan News Agency

Kazakhstan media overview Press freedom is enshrined in Kazakhstan’s Constitution, but media rights monitors say the privately-owned and opposition media are subject to harassment and censorship. In 2004 the Brussels-based International Federation of Journalists identified a “growing pattern” of intimidation of Kazakhstan media. Insulting the President of Kazakhstan and officials is a criminal offence; the private life, health and financial affairs of the President are classified as state secrets. Kazakhstan government controls the printing presses…

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Kazakhstan Lifestyle

Posted by on April 5, 2015 – 08:01 am

Kazakhstan Lifestyle

Finding unique, largely undiscovered places to live in this wired, global world isn’t easy. But Kazakhstan – despite being the world’s ninth largest country by landmass – remains one of those places. Relatively few in the West, and even many in the Central Asian region, have a real idea what life is like – particularly for expats – in this multi-ethnic, former Soviet Republic. But that is changing as Kazakhstan continues to rise, particularly on the global economic stage. Kazakhstan is one of the world’s emerging suppliers of both oil and natural…

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Kazakhstan Law Firms

Posted by on October 5, 2015 – 07:44 am

Kazakhstan Law Firms

The International Society of Primerus Law Firms brings together the world s finest law firms that share a commitment to providing quality service for reasonable fees. Meeting our rigorous standards isn t easy, so you can have the confidence in any of our 3, attorneys from nearly 200 member law firms. With firms in over 40 countries and 130 cities around the world, we are a truly global legal team - offering seamless and efficient service, wherever your legal needs may be. The International Society of Primerus Law Firms offers the highest quality…

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Kazakhstan Language Translation

Posted by on June 10, 2015 – 12:04 pm

Kazakhstan Language Translation

Axis Translations offer Kazakh language services that include translation, transcription and interpreting. We can assist with Kazakh in combination with over 200 languages and hope the following information will help you to choose Axis Translations for your requirement. Internet Marketing Big and small companies alike need to be able to communicate with people looking for their products that speak and write the Kazakh language. The economy in Kazakhstan is quickly developing. Many people there are looking for ways to spend their new found income…

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Kazakhstan v Netherlands team News

Posted by on April 26, 2015 – 03:31 pm

Kazakhstan v Netherlands team News

The striker is confident his side can still qualify for Euro 2016 in the final two games and is set to win his 100th cap in Saturday s match Robin van Persie remains hopeful Netherlands can qualify for Euro 2016 heading into Saturday s away game against Kazakhstan. The Dutch sit fourth in Group A with 10 points from eight games and desperately need a win in Astana at the weekend. Additionally, they need third-placed Turkey to slip up in their remaining two fixtures - and Van Persie is confident that is exactly what will happen. Don t ask me why…

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Kazakhstan iPhone 5

Posted by on October 28, 2014 – 01:39 pm

Kazakhstan iPhone 5

As the B-list of reviewers churn out mounds of information about their iPhone 3Gs this weekend, a number of us have discovered a glaring bug in the iPhone s geotagging data. It appears as if Apple s software accidentally pegs some of us (or everyone?) in the wrong hemisphere, and when you apply those coordinates to a map, they end up on the other side of the world. For example, my photos taken in Chicago are showing up in China, near Kazakhstan: This bug is also being seen by Ars Technica s Clint Ecker (also in China, which looks shockingly like…

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Kazakhstan health

Posted by on July 28, 2015 – 12:30 pm

Kazakhstan health

Kazakhstan inherited from the Soviet Union a health system based on outdated norms and practices, delivered through an oversized network of state health facilities, managed through direct control, and with few incentives for improved efficiency or quality of services. In 2004, there were more than 8, health facilities, including 1, public outpatient facilities, 1, 101 private outpatient facilities, 894 public hospitals, and 148 private clinics. The distribution of health facilities and provision of health services varies significantly across regions…

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Kazakhstan topographic map

Posted by on December 10, 2015 – 03:34 pm

Kazakhstan topographic map

An excellent wall map for the classroom, this physical map of Kazakhstan features comprehensive content, making it ideal for teaching students in grades 6-12+. This classroom map is available in the following options: laminated print with grommets, printed on repositionable peel and stick fabric, mounted on wooden rails, or mounted on a pull-down spring roller. Spring roller maps are ready to hang on existing classroom map mounting hardware, or mounting hardware can be purchased separately. The population of Kazakhstan was estimated as 17, 948…

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Kazakhstan ethnic groups

Posted by on October 23, 2015 – 08:01 am

Kazakhstan ethnic groups

The population of Kazakhstan has reached the number of 17, 948, people, according to the data for 01 July 2014. The indigenous population of Kazakhstan are Kazakhs, which draw up 63, 1% of the general population of the country. The Republic of Kazakhstan is a typical multiethnic country, where, besides Kazakhs, represented other ethnic groups, which preserve their linguistic, historical and cultural values. Among them are: Russians (23.7 %), Uzbeks (2.9%), Ukrainians (2.1%), Uyghurs (1.4%), Tatars (1.3%), German (1.1%), others (4.4%). The Republic…

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