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The climate link is good, it just needed to be edited in order for the proper address to appear. Please don't delete links before checking if they just need some editing! All editing is graciously appreciated. Thanks.

Konchevnik81 — Preceding undated comment added 02:45, 31 January 2007 (UTC)

Population link[edit]

The population link Aktobe Region Statistical Department. Population estimations 2013-01-01 (in rus.) isn't working any more. I found that the statistical department of Aktobe oblast now has got the address, but anyhow I can't find any information about the population of the capital there. Someone with better knowledge of Kazakh should have a deeper look there... ThomasPusch (talk) 12:07, 3 March 2016 (UTC)

PS: Furthermore, "rus." should link to "Russian language", not to "Russians", but that's just a detail, as the link isn't working anyway.