Currently Kazakh authorities have no legal grounds to punish individuals displaying symbols, and the proposal is indicative of Kazakhstan's opposition to Russia's Ukraine war.
The country's progress in addressing such crimes represents a break with the Soviet legacy of secrecy and suppression.
The party has links with the Kremlin, is accused of trying to topple the government, and its leader is on the run.
Iran has continued its illegal activities in the region and beyond by seizing ships, supplying armed groups with weapons and smuggling drugs.
An alleged IS campaign to 'Go Forth and Multiply' aims to create a new generation of 'Cubs of the Caliphate' to help the group make a comeback.
The brutal attack against over 100 Tajiks by Russian security personnel at Komsomolsk-na-Amure State University proved yet again the regime-sanctioned contempt for Central Asians.
Violence against women and children has been the subject of national discussion in recent years. Now a strict law will protect victims and punish perpetrators.
Recent arrests in New York have spurred other governments and citizens to take a closer look at known or potential Chinese 'overseas service stations' in their jurisdictions.
Debris recovered from drone attacks in Middle East and Ukraine link UAVs to Iran, despite the Islamic Republic's efforts to hide their origin.
Journalists, human rights defenders and activists in Central Asia are calling on their governments to cut ties to a war criminal.