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- Belarus sent attack helicopters to Ivory CoastBelarus's reported delivery of three attack helicopters to the forces of Ivory Coast's incumbent leader, Laurent Gbagbo, would violate an arms embargo that has been in place since 2004, the United Nations said, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan - 30th in Wall Street Journal protest indexKazakhstan has appeared to be the 30th in the Wall Street Journal protest rating, 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 March 1:
- Parents warned against dangers of using paracetamol and ibuprofen on children with simple feversDoctors warn parents not to give their children who have a simple fever paracetamol and ibuprofen amid adverse outcomes, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Oil rises $1 on Oman oil supply failure fearBrent crude rose over 1 percent to near $114 a barrel on Monday as protests in Oman fuels fears about security of supply from the Middle East and North Africa, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Egyptian police cracked down on protests on Tahrir SquareEgyptian soldiers used force to break up a protest demanding more political reform on Saturday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Muslim dating site used to organize Libya's revolutionThe leader of the Ekhtalef ("Difference") Movement used Match.com of the Middle East to send coded love letters to organize the revolution, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Mouse heart 're-grows when cut'The study has found newborn mice can re-grow their own hearts, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Middle East unrests continueTwo people were killed in Oman on Sunday, while Bahrain's king reshuffled his cabinet Saturday and Saudi academics called for the replacement of the current government with a constitutional monarchy, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Carnival accident kills 17 in Brazil17 killed in Brazilian pre-carnival parade, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gaddafi's Ukrainian nurse to return homeGaddafi's nurse has returned home, to Ukraine, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Blast shut down Iraq's largest oil refineryIraq's largest oil refinery, in Baiji, was attacked on Saturday in which gunmen stormed the vast complex, killed one engineer and set off several bombs, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Education linked to lower level of heart diseaseA study suggests people with higher education are less likely to have high blood pressure, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- BBC closed its three language servicesBBC News has cancelled three of its language services, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- World applies pressure on GadaffiThe UN Security Council has voted unanimously to impose sanctions on Muammar Gaddafi's Libyan regime for killing civilians who have risen in an unprecedented revolt against the regime, Kazakhstan Today reports.