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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 3:
- U.S. to use 'modesty' airport scannersThe US Transportation Security Administration began testing new airport scanner software Tuesday that produces less revealing images of travelers, the agency reports.
- WikiLeaks among nominees for Nobel Peace PrizeAnti-secrecy website WikiLeaks has been nominated for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize, the Norwegian politician said on Wednesday, the agency reports.
- Simple life changes could stop millions of cancersScientists claim simple life changes could prevent millions of cancers, the agency reports.
- Egypt arrests human rights employeesEgyptian police have arrested employees of Amnesty International and other human rights organizations, the agency reports.
- World food prices hit record highWorld food prices increased to an all-time high in January, according to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the agency reports.
- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan prime ministers to discuss cooperation in energy and agricultural spheresThe prime ministers of Kazakhstan, Karim Masimov, and Kyrgyzstan, Almazbek Atambaev, will discuss in Astana mutual cooperation questions, the agency reports.
- Artificial blood vessels to revolutionize cardiac bypass surgeryUS scientists believe they can produce artificial blood vessels for use in heart bypass surgery, the agency reports.
- Facebook cautious after its role in EgyptFacebook is now being cautious after its role it played in protests against President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt, the agency reports.
- Scientists develop the 'cyberhug'Scientists have become closer to making a hug across cyberspace a reality, the agency reports.
- Egypt's revolution to be discussed at Munich Security ConferenceRevolution in Egypt and the implications for the stalled Middle East peace process are set to be key talking points for top defence officials at the Munich Security Conference in Germany from Friday, the agency reports.
- Mice trained to detect explosivesMice are trained to detect explosives for airport security, the agency reports.
- Turkish workers protest government labor billAbout ten thousand workers gathered in the capital Ankara to protest against a new government labor bill, the agency reports.
- Domodedovo airport bomb set off by a bookeeper from IngushetiaA suiside bomber who blew up a bomb at the Domodedovo airport has been named, the agency reports.
- Second explosion in Ankara killed more peopleThe second explosion in an industrial park in Ankara has killed more people, the agency reports.
- US, Egypt discuss plan for Mubarak's resignationThe U.S. Administration and the members of the Egyptian government are planning the Egyptian President resignation, the agency reports.
- Early presidential elections in Kazakhstan will take place on April 3The President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, signed the decree on early presidential elections in Kazakhstan , which will be held on April 3, 2011.