ALMATY (AFX) – Russia, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan signed an accord to divide up the northern and central parts of the resource-rich Caspian Sea after failing to reach agreement with their southern neigbours Iran and Turkmenistan. “We’ve drawn closer and closer to each other,” Kazakh Deputy Foreign Minister Kairat Abuseitov said at a signing ceremony with…

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