Will the Coronavirus Threaten Our Food?
The supply chain has plenty of vulnerabilities.
A D.J. Shows How to Let Go in Authoritarian Kazakhstan
Nazira is one of the hottest bookings in Europeâ€™s club scene. Sheâ€™s bringing the carefree spirit of the Continentâ€™s dance floors home with her.
OPEC Proposes a Large Cut in Oil Output
The cartel wants to take 1.5 million barrels a day off the market as the coronavirus outbreak curbs demand. But the assent of Russia and others is needed.
Kazakhstan Plane Crash Leaves at Least 12 Dead
The Bek Air Fokker 100 carrying 98 people crashed into a building shortly after takeoff from Almaty International Airport in Kazakhstan on Friday, killing at least 12 people and injuring many others.
Kazakhstan Plane Crash Kills at Least 12 People
The crash in Almaty, the latest to befall a former Soviet republic, highlighted the regionâ€™s checkered air safety history. Dozens of passengers were injured, but others survived unharmed.
Even Eagles Have Data Roaming Limits, Researchers Find
When one bird being tracked by Russian scientists flew to Iran, its transmitter sent a flood of text messages that ate up the tracking budget.
Did I Really Want to Visit That Oil Field?
The answer was yes, and the experience was both eerie and enthralling.
Â¿CuÃ¡ntas jorobas tiene un camello? En KazajistÃ¡n, es complicado
Los kazajos han creado hÃbridos de camellos (dos jorobas) y dromedarios (una joroba) que producen la popular leche shubat y que son resistentes al frÃo.
How Many Humps on a Camel? In Kazakhstan, Itâ€™s Complicated
To diversify away from oil, Kazakhstan is supporting an ancient form of camel hybridization. Hump variations abound.
A Windswept Plain, a Sea of Oil and a Mountain of Money
A Chevron-led joint venture among several energy companies is spending billions of dollars in Kazakhstan to expand an oil field remarkable for its longevity, promise and risk.
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