thetimes.co.uk. “Kazakhstan left high and dry by the oilfield that became a big black hole"- Named in 2000 after a 19th-century Kazakh poet, the giant Kashagan oilfield was meant to offer a bold new vision of a nation's future. The 38 billion barrels of crude thought to lie trapped far beneath the shallow waters of the windswept northern Caspian Sea represented the world's biggest oil discovery in nearly 30 years. President Nazarbayev hoped that it would help to transform Kazakhstan into one of the world's top ten oil producers and a thrusting modern economy.
starpulse.com. "Prince Harry Paternity Scandal: Reportedly, Lady Di's Hocked Love Letters Say Son Is Love Child, Prince Charles Not The Father" - A Prince Harry paternity scandal is, well, jaw-dropping, to say the least. The latest rumor about the redheaded -- and the bearded -- royal bachelor is that he is not the son of Prince Charles.
nytimes.com.“Why I Miss George W. Bush"- AS a Briton who, like millions of my compatriots, opposed the American-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, I did not expect to ever find much to admire about President George W. Bush. But as a Muslim who has come to work in America, I have recently had to revise my opinion.
trend.az. "First copper cathode produced at large field in Kazakhstan" - KAZ Minerals PLC has produced its first copper cathode from oxide ore at the Aktogay project in the East of Kazakhstan, the company said Dec.1. The SX/EW (Solvent Extraction-Electrowinning) plant is expected to swiftly reach an output level of 15,000 tons of copper cathode per annum.
valuewalk.com. “Russia Sends Nuclear War Signals To Turkey” - With reports that a nuclear war between NATO and Russia is “likely,” Russia and Turkey have intensified their war of words after Russia's latest revenge measures for the downing of its fighter jet. After striking Turkey and Egypt off the list of safe tourist destinations, Russia has decided to remove India as well, according to The Times of India. And while the reason for eliminating Turkey and Egypt is crystal clear, removing India from the list is not fully comprehended in the current geopolitics.