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KZKonzentrationslager (German: Concentration Camp)
KZKazakstan
KZKreedz (gaming)
KZKarazhan (gaming, World of Warcraft)
KZKilling Zone
KZNippon Cargo Airlines Japan (IATA airline code)
KZKnights of Zeratul (internet gaming guild)
KZKrystian Zimmerman (classical pianist)
KZKaput and Zösky (animated TV show)
KZKorkine-Zolotarev (lattice reduction algorithm)
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She will then travel to Kazakstan to hold talks with Foreign Minister Kasymzhomart Tokayev on Friday and President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Saturday.
In addition to the Muslims, John Paul's message was aimed at the other dominant religion in Kazakstan, the Russian Orthodox.
Kazakstan First-ever treaty and protocol signed Oct.
They have visited Kazakstan several times to conduct media training and consult with Kazakstan's state and private broadcasters and newspapers.
ASTANA, Dec 1, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish President Abdullah Gul met on Wednesday with Kazakstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev and Albanian President Bamir Topi in Kazakstan.
Kazakstan on Wednesday expressed support for Japan's bid to become a permanent member of the U.
Former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori left Japan on Monday for a six-day trip to Russia and Kazakstan, where he will deliver a message from Japan's current premier to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Oxana Jatskaja led a 1-2 finish for Kazakstan in the women's 10-kilometer freestyle Tuesday, giving her country its fourth gold medal in three days in Winter Asian Games cross country skiing.
Pope John Paul II's trip to Kazakstan will take him to the perimeter of a global crisis zone, a place where Islamic militancy and Western military force soon may collide.
The prime minister of former Soviet country Kazakstan has indicated that the country's airline is on the brink of bankruptcy.
These were some of the disturbing images of deformities at a recent exhibition in Tokyo by photographer Takashi Morizumi, who traveled to Kazakstan to document what he believes is the tragic legacy of four decades of nuclear weapons tests there by the former Soviet Union.