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Turkmenistan’s President Paves Way For Lifelong Rule
10:54
Thursday, 15 September
Turkmenistan’s President Paves Way For Lifelong Rule
Turkmenistan’s authoritarian leader has paved the way for potential lifelong rule, signing off on constitutional amendments that will allow him to run in future presidential elections regardless of his age.
Giant cat posters takeover London underground station
10:53
Thursday, 15 September
Giant cat posters takeover London underground station
An organisation called the Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (or CATS for short!) have put up more than 60 posters around Clapham Common tube station. They said they wanted to replace all of the advertising posters in the station, with pictures of cats, to provide a peaceful space for travellers, free of adverts.
The planetary collision that formed the Moon may have been way more violent than we thought
12:32
Wednesday, 14 September
The planetary collision that formed the Moon may have been way more violent than we thought
After studying the chemical makeup of lunar rocks, scientists say they have found new evidence that disproves one of the leading theories of how the Moon formed. The evidence hinges on the presence of just one element: potassium, and it suggests that the planetary collision that formed our satellite was extremely violent — an idea that’s very different from what was previously thought.
Four Paralympic runners posted faster 1,500-metre times than the Rio Olympic gold medallist
12:18
Wednesday, 14 September
Four Paralympic runners posted faster 1,500-metre times than the Rio Olympic gold medallist
Algeria’s Abdellatif Baka finished the men’s T13-class 1,500-metre final with a time of three minutes and 48.29 seconds at the Rio Paralympics on Sunday. That performance was good enough for a world record — and better than American Matthew Centrowitz Jr.’s gold medal-winning time of 3:50.00 at last month’s Rio Olympics.
Game of Thrones sweeps creative Emmys
12:15
Wednesday, 14 September
Game of Thrones sweeps creative Emmys
Game of Thrones has dominated this year‘s creative Emmy Awards with nine prizes for technical achievement. Thrones won in categories including prosthetic make-up, period/fantasy costumes and production design.
Kazakhstan swimmer won gold medal at the Summer Paralympic Games in Rio
10:04
Friday, 09 September
Kazakhstan swimmer won gold medal at the Summer Paralympic Games in Rio
50-year-old Zulfiya Gabidullina broke her own world record to claim the women‘s 100m freestyle S3 title and ensure a first Summer Paralympic Games medal for Kazakhstan.
50-year study pinpoints countries where women are doing the least housework
09:53
Friday, 09 September
50-year study pinpoints countries where women are doing the least housework
Researchers have looked at the time spent doing housework by men and women living in 19 countries from the early 1960s up to the first decade of the 21st century. They calculate that over a half century across those countries, being a woman can be linked with doing two hours of extra housework per day compared with a man. The good news for women, however, is that overall the men‘s share has increased.
New Guinness Book of World Records - from longest cat and tallest dog to burning body and bearded lady
09:27
Friday, 09 September
New Guinness Book of World Records - from longest cat and tallest dog to burning body and bearded lady
From colossal cats to gigantic golf tees and leaping llamas, this year’s Guinness World Record holders are as impressive as ever. The new Guinness World Records book, out today, takes being the best to a whole new level – from the ultimate burning man to the planet’s youngest bearded lady.
Canada Will Have the World‘s Longest Trail Network in 2017
09:24
Friday, 09 September
Canada Will Have the World‘s Longest Trail Network in 2017
The Great Trail, also referred to as the Trans Canada Trail, is a 14,864-mile network of paths set to be completely connected by 2017, to coincide with the country‘s 150th birthday. It means you could technically traverse the length of the second largest country in the world, and get all the way from Montreal to the Yukon via the trail.
Children with hearing disorder can watch cartoons in sign-language
10:47
Thursday, 08 September
Children with hearing disorder can watch cartoons in sign-language
Soviet animated films will be adapted for children with hearing disorder. The project is unutuated by online-platforms Культура.рф and Cinema Museum.
NASA launch mission to stop asteroid: Giant rock could kill millions next century
10:05
Thursday, 08 September
NASA launch mission to stop asteroid: Giant rock could kill millions next century
NASA is to launch a futuristic probe that could prove to be one of the most important missions into space in history - as it may STOP a killer asteroid smashing into Earth.
iPhone 7: Release date, price, pictures and key features of Apple‘s new iPhone
09:59
Thursday, 08 September
iPhone 7: Release date, price, pictures and key features of Apple‘s new iPhone
Apple has unveiled its long-awaited iPhone 7, featuring waterproofing, a dual-lens camera and wireless AirPod headphones.
Belarusian Paralympic team carries Russian flag in support of banned athletes
09:50
Thursday, 08 September
Belarusian Paralympic team carries Russian flag in support of banned athletes
Belarusian athletes carried the Russian flag during the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games to express solidarity with the Russian team, which was banned from the event. The protest went ahead despite a threat of sanctions from officials.
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Become a participant of the main youth event!

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10:37  15.09.16

Students will get an opportunity to visit museums for free

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13:18  14.09.16

Large apple festival in Almaty

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15:25  12.09.16

International experts highly appreciated Astrakhan opera projects

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16:44  09.09.16

Astrakhan will host V International Festival of Puppet Shows of pre-Caspian countries

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11:00  09.09.16

World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan are over

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11:52  06.09.16

Eurasian countries youth will gather in Russia for the first time

On 7 September the first “Eurasia” International Youth Educational Forum will start in Orenburg. Over 800 youth representatives from 70 Eurasian countries take part in the event.

13:22  02.09.16

A film by Azerbaijan director at the Kazan International Festival of Muslim Cinema

A film by Azerbaijan director Mahir Ganas “I’m Back” will be screened at the XII Kazan International Festival of Muslim Cinema held on 5-11 September.

10:42  02.09.16

Kazakh “Game of Thrones”

Kazakhstans will create their own version of the popular TV show.