Dutch officials are backing up the long-standing assertion that Russia is flouting the landmark agreement of international security.
Counter-terror exercises and ongoing investigations are among Kazakhstan's efforts against terrorism.
Three new environmental installations are expected to measure the pollution levels in Bishkek and will help authorities to reduce the smog hanging over the city.
The new FlyArystan is expected to cut domestic airfares by almost half, company representatives say.
The crisis unfolded as two small Ukrainian warships and a tugboat were heading through the Kerch Strait, a waterway that gives access to the Sea of Azov from the Black Sea and that both Ukraine and Russia use.
The number of crimes related to terrorism and extremism in Uzbekistan this year decreased by more than 65% compared to last year, according to officials.
New legislation is in the works to prevent drug traffickers from using anonymous online payment methods.
Russia, whose ally Syria has been accused of carrying out numerous chemical weapons attacks, staunchly opposed giving the chemical arms watchdog power to attribute blame.
The $3.9 billion project is expected to transform the Tajik economy and warm relations with neighbouring countries such as Uzbekistan, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The extremist private military contractor, founded by an Uzbek, has been operating in Syria and is seeking to expand, analysts warn.
In addition to the film being paned by audience members and critics, airing the movie could have been construed as Kazakhstan's tacit approval of Russia's 2014 illegal annexation.
The European Union will allocate €10 million for the treatment of hazardous uranium tailings impoundments in the region leftover from the Soviet Union and Russian negligence.
A major drop in poverty in Kazakhstan over the past two decades has helped limit the effectiveness of terrorist recruiters.
Kazakhstan is joining the international community in criminalising airplane hijackings and other aviation related crimes.
The new patrol police will assist the public while maintaining 'zero tolerance' for corruption.
Central Asian states have been experiencing a visible decline in the quality of learning since independence, observers warn. Early intervention is key to reversing the trend.
Kazakhstan marked the official opening of the work of the Astana Hub International Technology Park of IT Startups.
Technology can play an important role in increasing transparency, accountability and public confidence in elections, President Nursultan Nazarbayev said.
Russia's claims of shared interests in Central Asian energy deals rings hollow when it comes to the strategic gas industry, observers say.
Facing injustice, racism and extortion in Russia, more Central Asian migrants are looking for a better life in Kazakhstan.
Russia is trying to forget the brutal period of former Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, but activists and relatives of the victims are keeping the memory alive.