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- September 23, 2007: For the first time in Azerbaijan, singer Elton John performed a one-day concert, which was held at the stadium named after Tofik Bakhramov in Baku. The concert was organized by Heydar Aliyev Foundation and sponsored by State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic. (APA)
- June 6, 2007: According to BP-Azerbaijan spokesperson, 20.5 million barrels of crude oil was pumped to the world market via the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline during May 2007. According to the same source, BP plans to transport through this pipeline 1 million barrels of oil per day next year. (Today.az)
- April 27, 2007: Mstislav Rostropovich, seen by many as the world's greatest cellist, died in Moscow clinic at the age of 80. Mstislav Rostropovich was only four years old when his family left Azerbaijan for Moscow, but the legendary cellist never forgot his roots in Baku, an ancient city on the shores of the Caspian Sea. (Today.az)
- March 31, 2007: Famous Azerbaijani geologist Farman Salmanov died in Moscow at the age of 76.
- March 7, 2007: In February, the exchange rate of Azeri manat against the US dollar rose 0.15% to 0.8688 AZN/USD from AZN 0.8701 AZN/USD1. (Today.az)
- December 11, 2006: "The referendum in Nagorno Karabakh should be held by means of considering the interests of both sides. But these principles were not observed at the referendum held yesterday," the Chairman of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Lord Russel Jonston told reporters. British parliamentarian said that the legitimacy of the referendum in Nagorno Karabakh will not be confirmed, APA reports. (Today.az)