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- Gadhafi's son warns of civil war in LibyaSeif al-Islam Gadhafi, the son of Libya's leader, Moammar Gadhafi, has warned that protesters risk to ignite a civil war, Kazakhstan Today 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 22:
- Scientists will use bioprinter to produce human skinU.S. medical researchers are looking for ways to use ink-jet printers to produce skin to treat soldiers wounded on the battlefield, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 107 whales die after mass stranding on NZ coast107 whales have after mass stranding on New Zealand's coast, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- China's success - key driving force of global growthKazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev lauded China's development, saying China's economic success is an important driving force of the global economic growth, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Caucasus militants killed three Russian touristsCaucasus militants killed three Russian tourists, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Too much red meat pose cancer threatConsumption of too much red meat increases the risk of cancer, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- China increased fuel pricesChina has increased fuel prices for a second time in three months, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- State visit of President of Kazakhstan to China beganA three-day visit of the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, to China began today, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan government allocated 4.7 bln KZT for presidential electionsThe Kazakhstan government has allocated from the state reserve 7 706 bln KZT for the upcoming presidential elections, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- World's first 'anti-laser' developedYale University researchers have developed the world's first "anti-laser," a device that can absorb and cancel out a laser beam, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Mass protest attempt in China failedAttempts to organize mass protests in China have failed, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Children can be banned on planesChildren can be banned from flying on certain flights, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- G20 coordinated criteria to avoid economic crisisThe world's dominant economies took a small step Saturday toward smoothing out global trade and currency imbalances at the root of the global financial crisis, overcoming Chinese objections and setting the stage for even tougher negotiations in the months ahead ...
- Arab world unrest spreadInstability and anti-government protests inspired by uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia spread in the region, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- China's rice may pose serious health threatChina's rice may pose a serious threat to people's health, Kazakhstan Today reports.