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Aktobe

(aktøˈbe)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in W Kazakhstan. Pop: 291 000 (2005 est). Kazakh name: Aqtöbe Former name (until 1991): Aktyubinsk
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Berik Zhuiriktayev was appointed Almaty Prosecutor, Kairat Abdykhanov - Pavlodar Prosecutor, Rustem Salkenov - Aktobe Prosecutor.
Three people were injured in an explosion at an oil refinery of Aktobe region, Minister of Emergency Situations of Kazakhstan Vladimir Bozhko told a briefing meeting on July 17.
There are some potentially unwanted journeys among those they could land when they enter the fray, including trips to tackle Inter Baku of Azerbaijan, FK Aktobe of Kazakhstan and Dinamo Tirana of Albania.
In the regional philharmonic named after Gaziza Zhubanova, cadets of the Military Institute of the SVO in KVN took part in the final games among the teams of KVN in the Aktobe region .
Branches and structural subdivisions of Qazaq Banki also cease operations in Zhambyl, Almaty, Aktobe and Atyrau provinces.
Court in Kazakhstan ruled to arrest three drivers of the bus that burned down in Aktobe region killing 52 people.
Decline was registered in Aktobe, Atyrau, Kyzylorda, Pavlodar regions and Astana.
That means they could face a horror trip, such as to Kazakhstan's FK Aktobe, if they are unfortunate in the draw.
During the conversation with the public, the President of Kazakhstan noted that Aktobe region is one of the fastest growing regions in the country, and for 20 years the population of Aktobe has doubled, and now it is over half a million.
An office within the 'Protecting Business and Investments' project, created for the anti-corruption support of investors, has recently opened in Kazakhstan's Aktobe region, the country's Kazinform international news agency reported citing the Agency for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption's corruption prevention department on Aktobe region.
Three drivers of the bus, which caught fire in Aktobe region of Kazakhstan killing 52 citizens of Uzbekistan, were delivered to the Aktobe regional court, the Tengrinews.kz reports.
"We are pleased that this study will address provincial power needs and encourage industrial development in Aktobe by assessing the potential of increasing gas-fired and renewable power generation," said USTDA Director Leocadia I.