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- China blocks Internet searches for 'Egypt'China has been blocking Internet searches for the word 'Egypt', the agency reports.
- Foreign currency exchange rates fixed by National BankThe National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan fixed the foreign currency exchange rates to the tenge for February 2:
- BP reports annual loss for the first time in 20 yearsBritish Petroleum has reported a loss of $4.9bn (3.1bn pound) for 2010, for the first time in 20 years since 1992, the agency reports.
- Walking improves memory powerA research shows walking for 40 minutes a few times a week boosts memory, the agency reports.
- EU leaders urge Egypt to seek peaceful resolutionThe European Union foreign ministers held a meeting on Monday in Brussels where the European leaders urged Egypt to seek a peaceful resolution to the crisis and avoid further violence against protesters, the agency reports.
- Children aware that size equals dominanceA research shows that children younger than a year understand a link between size and social dominance, the agency reports.
- U.S. welcomes Nazarbayev's decision not to hold referendumThe United States praises the decision of the President of Kazakhstan Nazarbayev not to hold a national referendum that would extend his presidential term until 2020, the agency reports.
- Two imprisoned for trafficking in DubaiA man and a woman were sentenced to five year-imprisonment for forcing two Nigerian women to Dubai with promises of work and then forcing them into prostitution, the agency reports.
- Inflation in Kazakhstan in January - 1,7 %Inflation in Kazakhstan in January, 2011 totaled 1,7 %, annual - 8,1 %, the Statistics Agency of Kazakhstan informed.
- People with irregular heartbeat are at risk of strokePeople who have irregular heatbeat are at high risk of suffering a stroke, the agency reports.
- Kazakhstan won 8 gold medalsKazakhstan has won the 8th gold medal in the 7th Asian Winter Games, the agency reports.
- Belarus warns to take adequate response to EU sanctionsThe Belarusian government said the country is ready to take an adequate response to the European Union sanctions imposed against high-ranking officials of the country, the agency reports.
- Kazakhstan to hold early presidential electionsThe President of Kazakhstan initiated holding pre-scheduled presidential elections, the agency reports.
- Too much TV causes communication problems in childrenA new research claims that children who spend too much time in front of TV or computer have communication problems, the agency reports.
- US, EU imposed new sanctions against BelarusThe US and the European Union have imposed new sanctions against Belarus's leadership as punishment for a post-election crackdown on the opposition, the agency reports.
- Brent crude oil went up to $100 a barrel due to Egypt unrestThe price of Brent crude oil has gone up to $100 a barrel for the first time since October 2008 in the background of escalation of the political unrest in Egypt, the agency reports.