Tag Archives: Kazakhstan


An “Islamist militant” killed six people, including four security personnel, during attacks in the southern Kazakh city of Taraz. Jund al Khilafah, a group based on the Pakistan-Afghan border, vowed last week to continue attacks in Kazakhstan.


Russian-Led Security Body To Monitor Social Media In Wake Of Arab Spring


China rebuffed US request to open route for Afghanistan war supplies, cables show


A suicide bomber killed himself and a passenger of his car in a failed attack outside of a National Security Committee prison. The blast is the second in Kazakhstan a week.


The Taliban warned the Kazakh government faced “negative consequences” if it deploys troops to support NATO in Afghanistan. The Kazakh parliament approved the deployment of an unspecified number of soldiers to Afghanistan last week.


Trapping the lord of war: The rise and fall of Viktor Bout