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Share Facts, Save lives on International Overdose Awareness Day

International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is an opportunity to commemorate those who have lost their lives, to acknowledge the grief of families and friends left behind, to double efforts to end avoidable overdose deaths, and to end overdose.Accordin…

In the first half of the year, about 390 thousand social benefits were provided

In the first half of this year, JSC “State Social Insurance Fund” (hereinafter – SSSI) provided 389.1 thousand services for the purpose of social benefits, of which 139.3 thousand were provided electronically.About half of the services (46%) were for s…

Telegram of congratulations to the President of Kyrgyzstan

President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev sent a congratulatory telegram to President Sadyr Zhaparov, in which, on behalf of all the people of Kazakhstan and his own behalf, he cordially congratulated the Kyrgyzstan’s leader and the entire Kyrgyz people on the 3…

MIA: Explosion in Zhambyl region and issues of road safety for children

At the press conference of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the official representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan spoke about the criminogenic situation and the explosion in Zhambyl…

Suspected Militants Kill 19 in Eastern Congo Village

Suspected Islamist militants killed at least 19 people in a raid on a village in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, local authorities said. The attackers looted houses and started fires in Kasanzi-Kithovo near Virunga National Park in North Kivu pr…

Kenya Sets Up COVID-19 Vaccination Centers

Kenya is stepping up its COVID-19 vaccination campaign by setting up inoculation centers in public spaces like malls, markets, and bus stops. Authorities hope the extra convenience will lift a vaccination rate that stands at just 2%.At a bus terminal i…

Protests in South Sudan Fizzle Amid Security Presence, Internet Outage

Planned protests against South Sudan’s government failed to materialize Monday amid a heavy deployment of security forces in the capital, Juba, and a nationwide disruption of internet service.A coalition of activist groups had called for public demonst…