Kazakh Health Minister Replaced As Coronavirus Cases Surge.

Kazakh President Qasym-Zhomart Toqaev has replaced the Central Asian nation's health minister amid a surge in coronavirus cases and renewed lockdowns.

Related news

More than 200 universities back lawsuit over Trump’s international student restrictions.

The schools have signed court briefs supporting Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as they sue U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in federal court in Boston.

Chinese vase found in pet-filled house sells for more than $12M.

The vase had previously sold through the same auction house for $56 and again for $100 in 1954.

‘I thought this was a hoax’: Man, 30, dies after Texas ‘COVID party’.

The patient died at a hospital in San Antonio, Texas, after intentionally exposing himself to someone with the coronavirus, a doctor said.

Deadly Clashes Along Azerbaijan-Armenia Border Enter Second Day Amid Calls For Restraint.

Deadly border clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan entered a second day, as the European Union and Russia urged restraint.

Tajik Court Suspends Activities Of Independent Pollster Citing Violations Of Group's Charter.

A court in Dushanbe has suspended the operations of one of the few remaining independent pollsters in Tajikistan, the Zerkalo (Mirror) Center For Social Studies.

By continuing to browse World News (UAZMI), you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and agree to the use of cookies