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- Low dose of aspirin over a long period can reduce cancer riskA study has revealed consumption of a low dose of aspirin over a long period can decrease the risk of cancer, 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 25:
- Ukrainian pilots and Italian mafia help Gadhafi to attacks protesters in LibyaUkrainian pilots and Italian mafia helped Gadhafi to attack protesters in Benghazi and Tripoli, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Taiwan women celebrate No Pants DayTaiwan women celebrated 'No Pants Day' as they rode the subway in their panties, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Europe fears 300,000 refugees from LibyaEuropean states fear that up to 300,000 Libyans could try to reach their countries as a result of the chaos in the North African country, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- New Zealand quake toll at 98, damage seen at $13 billionNew Zealand quake toll has reached 98, damage caused by Tuesday's devastating earthquake in New Zealand may reach $13 billion, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Israel President warned Europe of Iranian nuclear threatPresident of Israel Shimon Peres has warned of Iranian nuclear threat encompassing all of Europe, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan's ENRC to receive 1.3bn euro in Chinese loansEurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC) is to receive up to $1.9bn (1.3bn euro) in Chinese loans, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- China introduces 'one-dog policy'China introduces 'one-dog policy' from May, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Al Qaeda sets up 'Islamic emirate' in eastern LibyaAl-Qaeda has set up an Islamic emirate in Derna, in eastern Libya, headed by a former US prisoner at Guantanamo Bay, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Vitamin D may help keep blood sugar under controlA new study has found vitamin D may help people with diabetes to regulate their blood sugar, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- World will become unrecognizable by 2050Researchers at a major US science conference warned the earth could become "unrecognizable" by 2050, if a growing global population keeps consuming more resources, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Arab revolutions spread to IndiaArab revolutions have spread to India. At least 100,000 trade unionists marched through New Delhi on Wednesday in a protest against high food prices and unemployment, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Oil could hit $220 a barrel on Libya and Algeria fearsNomura's commodity team said oil prices can increase up to $220 if there is unrest in Algeria as well, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Greek police clash with protestersGreek police clashed with protesters as about 100,000 people marched to parliament in protest at the government's budget cuts, Kazakhstan Today reports.