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- Pot-bellied men run risk of going blindA new study has found pot-bellied middle-aged men run the risk of going blind in later life, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- U.S. seeks removal of Yemen's leaderThe United States has concluded Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh will not likely enact reforms demanded by opposition protesters and must be eased out of office, The New York Times reported on Sunday, citing U.S. and Yemeni officials.
- Sons want to remove GaddafiTwo of Libyan leader Colonel Muammar el-Gaddafi's sons have said that they are ready to convince their father to quit and make way for a transition government, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Sales of spaces in U.S. doomsday bunker soar 1000%U.S. companies selling doomsday bunkers are seeing sales skyrocket 1000% since the Japanese earthquake, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Oil rises to above $108The oil price has increased up $108 a barrel Monday in Asia to its highest level since the financial crisis amid continuing supply fears over the conflict in Libya, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- TurkPA mission recognizes legitimacy of presidential elections in KazakhstanThe mission of the Parliamentary Assembly of Turkic-speaking countries recognized the presidential elections in Kazakhstan as legitimate and corresponding to international standards, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- U.S. extends role in Libyan airstrikesNATO has asked the U.S. military to continue flying airstrike missions over Libya through Monday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Japanese engineers put dye into radioactive waterThe Fukushima technicians injected liquid dye into Unit 2 reactor in an attempt to trace the route of highly radioactive water flowing from a reactor into the sea, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakh PM says opposition needed in parliamentKazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Masimov in his interview to Reuters says having an opposition would help ensure democratic reform matches economic growth in Central Asia, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Col Gaddafi sends envoy to GreeceCol Muammar Gaddafi has sent an envoy to Greece for talks that could end a war, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Nazarbayev won Kazakhstan's election with 95.5 percent of votesAccording to the preliminary results of the Central Election Commission, Nursultan Nazarbayev has won Kazakhstan's election with 95.5 percent of votes, chair of the Central Election Commission, Kuandyk Turgankulov, said at a briefing.
- Koran protests proceed for third day in Kandahar and JalalabadAt least one policeman was killed and more than 18 people wounded in the southern city of Kandahar on Sunday during the third day of Protests across Afghanistan against the burning of a Koran by a Militant fundamentalist Christian U.S. pastor, officials said, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakh election turnout 89.9 percentOfficial turnout in Kazakhstan's election on Sunday was 89.9 percent, the Central Election Commission said, Kazakhstan Today reports.