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Demand for English language courses for adults continues to grow in Cuba.

Language school principal, Mark Rendell, has made his film debut. He appears in The Bromley Boys, a feel good film that is set for release on DVD next month.

The school which opened this summer follows the government’s support for ‘in-country ELT with a 3-national-language policy of Kyrgyz, Russian, and English’, according to the British Study Centres (BSC).

The Egyptian Government has confirmed that, from this month, EFL will form part of the kindergarten curriculum for 4-6 year olds, the Egyptian Street reported.

A Malaysian teacher with 12 years' professional experience in New Zealand cannot register with the national Education Council unless she sits for the IELTS exam, the NZ Herald online reported.

A Mexican English language teacher has been denied entry to the UK for her wedding due to her IELTS results. According to the Independent newspaper, UK immigration authorities refused her a visa on the grounds that 'the English language test she completed was not approved for settlement’.

A young Australian man has received whole life sentence after being found guilty of killing a Korean English language student in Brisbane in 2013, the Australian press report.

Philippines' Labor Chief Silvestre Bello has announced a government-to-government hiring scheme with China, where at minimum of 2,000 Filipino teachers will start work this autumn.

A runaway English teacher was intercepted in a restricted military area near the Turkey’s Greek border, the local press reported.

Two people have been arrested in the case of a Canadian English teacher brutally murdered in Taiwan, the Taiwanese News reports.

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