The European Union's police agency says IS is targeting women from the millennial generation as it seeks new recruits after the fall of its so-called 'caliphate'.
The new 'Jusan' centre recently opened in Kostanay to train psychologists, police and penal workers for theological and rehabilitation work with convicted members of radical movements.
The world community is coming to terms with the reality that the Iranian regime is trying to disrupt the free flow of commerce through the vital Strait of Hormuz.
Kazakhstan's participation in UN peacekeeping missions is an indicator of the global community's confidence in the country and its armed forces, said one analyst.
International and regional analysts covered numerous topics, including countering disinformation, hate speech and violent extremism across the region.
The Kremlin says it is fighting terrorists but evidence of indiscriminate bombing of apartment buildings and civilians areas is overwhelming.
The Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty, which the UN adopted in 1996, bans all nuclear tests worldwide whether for civilian or military purposes.
The agreement represents an important step toward closer co-operation taken by Central Asian countries, observers say.
Moscow has consistently attempted to impede investigations of chemical weapon use to protect its ally Syria.
One of the riot leaders was the son of Gulmurod Khalimov, Central Asia's highest-ranking defector to the 'Islamic State'.