London exit no end to this sorry tale

When Kazakhmys's chief Oleg Novachuk says that its stake in ENRC did not "create the opportunities that we had anticipated" he is underplaying the affair to the extreme.

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Shakhter Karagandy 2 Celtic 0: Neil Lennon fires warning over Parkhead return in Champions League play-off

The Scottish side suffered a shock defeat in the Champions League qualifier

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 21 August 2013

Wenger defends record ahead of crucial tie

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Shakhter Karagandy 2 Celtic 0 match report: Celtic stunned by minnows from Kazakhstan in Champions League play-off

First-leg defeat ensures a difficult task in Glasgow next week

Barack Obama (right) and Vladimir Putin (left) at the G20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico

A US-Russia freeze isn't in the interests of Putin - or the West

Despite continuous disagreements, the relationship is beneficial both ways

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Gunners are looking to reach their 15th consecutive appearance in the group stages while Celtic will face Shakhter Karagandy

Mukhtar Ablyazov, a Kazakh businessman, has been accused of one of the world’s biggest frauds

'Trojan horse' raid ends 18-month hunt for Kazakh banker Mukhtar Ablyazov

Fresh details emerge of how financier accused of one of the world's biggest frauds was tracked down

Mukhtar Ablyazov

Mukhtar Ablyazov, the Kazakh fugitive, found guilty of £2.6bn fraud, wanted by Russia, sued in London, finally captured in France

At least three countries are queuing up to try the billionaire banker for alleged embezzlement on ‘an epic scale’

PSV and Lyon take first-leg leads in Champions League qualifiers

Teams are vying for a shot at the play-offs to the full competition

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Kazakh dictator renews friendship with David Cameron

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Silvio Berlusconi’s ally ‘rendered dissident’s family to Kazakhstan’

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Russian rocket crashes in Kazakhstan seconds after launch

A Russian rocket carrying three satellites has crashed in Kazakhstan shortly after launch.

David Cameron said the case was “deeply regrettable”

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