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Kazakhstan to Rebury Ancient Warlord, Fearing ‘Curse’. CNPC says set to buy $5 Billion Stake in Largest Kazakh Field. Will Human Rights Be On Agenda During Cameron's Kazakhstan Visit?

June 28 2013, 17:36

RIA Novosti - Kazakhstan to Rebury Ancient Warlord, Fearing ‘Curse’ - Ever heard about the curse of the pharaohs? Well, how about the curse of a 2,500-year-old chief of a nomadic Scythian tribe that brings about floods, droughts, livestock decimation and high atmospheric pressure?

The Moscow News - Chechnya hunting for English teachers - The southern Russian republic of Chechnya has pledged to spend up to 17.5 million rubles (more than $555,000) on English-language teachers and to house them in luxury suites during their stay in Grozny.

Bllomberg - CNPC says set to buy $5 Billion Stake in Largest Kazakh Field - China National Petroleum Corp (CNPZ). plans to pay about $5 billion for a stake in Kazakhstan’s biggest oil field, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Radio Free Europe - Will Human Rights Be On Agenda During Cameron's Kazakhstan Visit? - A fervid city cleanup is under way in the western Kazakh city of Atyrau, where British Prime Minister David Cameron is due to arrive on June 30 at the start of a two-day visit to Kazakhstan.

Bury Free Press - Head of Sixth Form at Bury St Edmunds school trains teachers in Kazakhstan - The head of Sixth Form at a Bury St Edmunds school has shared his expertise by training teachers in the remote country of Kazakhstan.

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