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- 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 4:
- Kazakh Parliament passed amendment to legislation on early presidential electionsDeputies of the Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan passed the constitutional law on introduction of additions and amendments to some constitutional laws of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Five-star hotel in China on fire caused by fireworksA five-star hotel, part of a three-tower complex, in Shenyang, China, has caught fire caused by fireworks while people were celebrating the Lunar New Year, the agency reports.
- Blast in Ankara killed 3, injured 30A powerful blast in an industrial district in the Turkish capital Ankara killed 3 and injured about 30 people, the agency reports.
- Loneliness poses health riskLoneliness has been warned to be the cause of depression, poor eating habits, and physical damage, the agency reports.
- Egyptian clashes continue, 5 dead, hundreds hurtAnti-government demonstrators and supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak clashed repeatedly in Cairo on Wednesday leaving several people dead and more than 611 wounded, the agency reports.
- Herbal weight loss pills cause serious side effectsMHRA agency in the UK warns people to stop using a weight loss pill sold over the internet and in Chinese medicine shops, the agency reports.
- 20,000 Yemen protesters demand President Saleh to step downMore than 20,000 protesters gathered in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, to demand a change in government, the agency reports.
- Coffee boosts women's brainpowerAccording to a study drinking coffee can boost the brainpower of women in stressful situations, the agency reports.
- Italian women to participate in a protest against Silvio BerlusconiItalian women plan to participate in a protest against Silvio Berlusconing intending to throw pairs of knickers at his mansion in protest at his attitude towards women and his involvement in an alleged prostitution ring, the agency reports.
- Kazakhstan won 15 gold medalsKazakhstan, having won 42 medals: 15 gold, 15 silver, and 12 bronze, has secured the top of the medal standings.
- Internet speed test ranks Kazakhstan 66Internet speed test ranks Kazakhstan 66, 5,44 Mbit/s, out of 167 countries, the agency reports.
- Egypt attacks journalists to censor newsThe Committee to Protect Journalists informed the Egyptian President supporters attacked journalists on Cairo streets on Wednesday, the agency reports.
- Scientists make cloak that hides objectsResearchers have built an 'invisibility cloak' that can hide everyday objects by splitting light, the agency reports.
- Brent crude rose to $103 on Egyptian crisisBrent crude rose up to $103 on Thursday after the political crisis in Egypt erupted into violence, the agency reports.
- Majilis passed amendments to legislation on early presidential electionDeputies of Majilis of Parliament of Kazakhstan at a plenary session passed the project of the constitutional law of Kazakhstan on introduction of the additions and amendments to some constitutional laws, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gulf of Mexico expected to recover from BP spill by end 2012The Gulf of Mexico should recover from the massive BP's oil spill by the end of 2012, the administrator of the $20-billion victims compensation fund said on Wednesday, the agency reports.