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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 April1:
- Diamonds worth millions stolen from Basel jewel fairFour million - dollar diamonds were stolen on Wednesday from the world's biggest watch and jewellery fair in the northern Swiss city of Basel, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Two hurt in parcel bomb at Swiss nuclear lobbyTwo people were injured when a parcel bomb exploded in the offices of the Swiss nuclear lobby, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan moves closer to common customs union oil marketKazakh legislators at the plenary session on Wednesday passed the draft of the law on ratification of the agreement to establish a common oil and oil products market within the customs union between Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 6.2-magnitude quake hits northeast JapanA 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit today in an area of north-eastern Japan, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan may lift interest rates to combat inflationKazakhstan's central bank may lift borrowing costs for a second time this year and boost reserve requirements to combat inflation, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Laughter and music could lower blood pressureJapanese researchers have found that laughter and music as well as lowering amount of salt from your diet lower blood pressure, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Oil prices rose to $105Oil prices rose to near $105 a barrel Thursday in Asia, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Libyan Foreign Minister quitsLibyan Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa defected from Col Muammar Gaddafi's government as Libyan rebel fighters fled farther east from Col. Moammar Gadhafi's military Wednesday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- NASA released first image of Mercury from orbitNASA released first image of the planet Mercury on Tuesday obtained from a spacecraft orbiting the solar system's innermost planet, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Low levels of radiation found in American milkVery low levels of radiation have been found in a sample of milk from Washington state, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- LiveJournal undergone most powerful DDoS-attack in its historyBlogohosting LiveJournal has undergone heavy DDoS-attack in its history, the SUP company's press service informs, Kazakhstan Today reports.