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- Kazakh gold mine holds 22% more reserves than expectedU.K. gold miner Hambledon Mining said its latest drilling results indicate that reserves at its resource in eastern Kazakhstan are 22 percent larger than estimated earlier, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 40 civilians killed in NATO air strikes on TripoliVatican envoy in Libya Bishop Giovanni Innocenzo Martinelli says 40 civilians have been killed in NATO air strikes on Tripoli, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan to toughen laws to reduce waste in key mining sectorKazakhstan will toughen laws to reduce waste in its key mining sector, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 50 Fukushima workers expect to die from radiation sicknessThe mother of one of the workers who are attempting to restore vital cooling systems at the Fukushima nuclear plant said today that they all expect to die from radiation sickness 'within weeks', Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Inflation in Kazakhstan in March - 0.5 percentInflation in the Republic of Kazakhstan in March totaled 0.5 percent and from the beginning of the year - 3.7 percent, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Smokers face increased risk of stomach and gullet cancerA new research has found that smokers are at great risk of stomach and gullet cancer and at even higher risk after quitting, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- BP hit by health claimsBP must compensate health claims from local residents who were harmed by chemicals while helping in the work to clean up oil spill, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- BRICS summit to be held in China in AprilBRICs country-leaders, Brazil, Russia, India, and China, will gather in China to discuss economic, financial, and security issues in the middle of April, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan seeks switch to tenge for Chinese, Russian trade dealsKazakhstan plans to switch to tenge for Chinese, Russian trade deals, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Japan evacuees refused treatment amid fear of radiationHundreds of evacuees from the area around Japan's stricken nuclear power plant are being turned away by hospitals and temporary evacuation centers because of fear they may be carrying radiation, a British newspaper reported, Kazakhstan Today reports.