Tobacco responsible for 20% of deaths from coronary heart disease GENEVA. KAZINFORM Every year, 1.9 million people die from tobacco-induced heart disease, according to a new brief released today by the World Health Organization, World Heart Federation and the University of Newcastle Australia ahead of World Heart Day, marked on 29 September.
Abu Dhabi climbs international rankings as business events destination ABU DHABI. KAZINFORM - The Emirate of Abu Dhabi is celebrating two new significant business events-related achievements, after the Abu Dhabi Convention and Exhibition Bureau, ADCEB, unveiled news that the UAE capital has climbed business destination rankings compiled by two prestigious organisations, WAM reports.
ResiliArt Debate: concert and cultural-event industry of CA during quarantine. Lessons learned ALMATY. KAZINFORM Third ResiliArt Debate of UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty will take place on Wednesday 30 September 2020 from 16:00 to 18:00 time of Almaty and will be dedicated to the state of concern and cultural-event industry of Central Asian during the quarantine, the Office’s official website reads.
Talent supports talent: Golovkin urges fans to vote for AGT finalist Daneliya Tuleshova ALMATY. KAZINFORM - Kazakhstani boxing superstar Gennady Golovkin took to his Twitter to urge his followers vote for aspiring Kazakhstani singer Daneliya Tuleshova who’s been a part of America’s Got Talent Season 15, Kazinform reports.
Olympics: Safe sports events hosting gives "confidence" for Tokyo Games: Bach GENEVA. KAZINFORM - International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach said Tuesday the recent staging of various sporting events across the world despite restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic should provide «confidence» in preparing for the Tokyo Games next summer, Kyodo reports.
Belarus, Kazakhstan discuss cooperation prospects MINSK. KAZINFORM – Belarus First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Aleksandr Guryanov met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan to Belarus Askar Beisenbayev on 22 September, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
New virus cases bounce back to over 100 on clusters, untraceable cases in S Korea SEOUL. KAZINFORM - South Korea's daily new coronavirus cases rebounded to over 100 on Wednesday, snapping three consecutive days of a two-digit rise, as sporadic cluster infections, coupled with untraceable cases, continued to pop up across the country, Yonhap reports.