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Caspian Sea Countries Sign Landmark Deal

The leaders of the five countries bordering the Caspian Sea have signed a landmark agreement on its legal status. The agreement signed Sunday in Aktau, Kazakhstan, by the presidents of Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan comes after m…

POPULAR WESTERN AUSTRALIA PENGUIN POPULATION REEL FROM CLIMATE CHANGE, HUMAN IMPACT

A major penguin colony that forms a top island attraction in Western Australia and the largest of its kind in that part of the world is being threatened by climate change and human impact, according to latest research. There are about 1,000 little peng…

The Head of State participates in the plenary session of the Fifth Caspian Summit

Speaking with the key report, the President of Kazakhstan emphasized the role of the previous Caspian summits, which gave the necessary political impetus to the negotiation process and stimulated the achievement of consensus on the differences in posit…

The Head of State participates in the plenary session of the Fifth Caspian Summit

Speaking with the key report, the President of Kazakhstan emphasized the role of the previous Caspian summits, which gave the necessary political impetus to the negotiation process and stimulated the achievement of consensus on the differences in posit…

MICHELLE BACHELET “PERFECTLY SUITS” POST OF HUMAN RIGHTS CHIEF: UN CHIEF

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Friday that former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet is “perfectly suited” for the key post of High Commissioner for Human Rights. Extending his congratulations to Bachelet whose appointment as the new UN…