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World oil prices continue to rise

World oil prices continue to rise. This is evidenced by the electronic trading data.

World oil prices continue to rise
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Nazarbayev calls EXPO-2017 case convicts embezzled

Astana has hosted the VII Congress of Judges of Kazakhstan with participation of the Head of State

Nazarbayev calls EXPO-2017 case convicts embezzled
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Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet

Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet
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Merkel to seek fourth term as chancellor

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would seek a fourth term in elections next year to defend democratic principles.

Merkel to seek fourth term as chancellor
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Cruz, Bardem to star in Iranian director's film

Oscar-winning Spanish actors Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem will star in a new film set in Spain by Iranian director Asghar Farhadi.

Cruz, Bardem to star in Iranian director's film
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Space-bound Russian android shows handyman skills

Android robot FEDOR, likely to be part of Russian manned space missions starting 2021, has displayed impressive handyman skills.

Space-bound Russian android shows handyman skills
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Akimat: the snowfall in Almaty is unprecedented

For the last day more than 18 centimeters of snow has precipitated in the city, which is abnormal for the Southern capital.

Akimat: the snowfall in Almaty is unprecedented
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Expert: why oil prices rise to 100 USD per barrel

An alarming trend in oil companies reducing investments in the E&P sector in recent annual report by the International Energy Agency.

Expert: why oil prices rise to 100 USD per barrel
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In the US prisoner is acquitted after 39 years

For the first time in 43 years Thursday, James Robert McClurkin saw the sky from outside prison walls. He breathed free air.

In the US prisoner is acquitted after 39 years
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Sale of Tintin drawings set to break records

Two original Tintin comic strips are expected to break records Saturday when they go under the hammer in Paris.

Sale of Tintin drawings set to break records