Team Astana retires from the 2007 Tour de France following Kazakh rider Alexander Vinokourov testing positive for a banned blood transfusion.
- The second day of peace negotiations in Astana, Kazakhstan, end with the sponsors of the talks, Russia, Turkey and Iran, agreeing to set up commission between the three to monitor and enforce the fragile ceasefire to the Syrian Civil War.
- Peace talks in Astana, Kazakhstan, between the Syrian opposition and the Syrian Government, meant to build on a fragile ceasefire currently in effect in the Syrian Civil War, end with no breakthrough reported.
- The Syrian Opposition agree to attend peace talks with the Syrian government in Astana, Kazakhstan, in order to press for a ceasefire to the conflict.
- Bolivia, Ethiopia, Italy, Kazakhstan, and Sweden begin their terms on the United Nations Security Council, replacing Angola, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain, and Venezuela.
- Three policemen and one civilian are killed in Almaty, Kazakhstan, in an attack on a police station by a radical Islamist. One gunman is reportedly still at large.
- Kazakhstan police report the death toll from Sunday's attack in Aktobe is now 19 -- three civilians, three National Guard servicemen, and 13 attackers.
- Three people are killed and 10 more are injured following an attack on a military base in Aktobe, Kazakhstan, by suspected Islamists.
- Bolivia, Ethiopia, Kazakhstan, and Sweden are elected to be non-permanent members in the United Nations Security Council.
- Kazakh police kill five additional suspected militants in Aktobe as part of a "counterterrorism operation".
- Kazakhstan police detain dozens of protesters during rallies against proposed land reforms in the former Central Asian Soviet Republic.