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- Kazakhstan GDP grew 6.5 pct in Q1Kazakhstan's central bank on Tuesday forecast that the country's economy would grow by between 5 percent and 6 percent this year, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Indonesian couples beaten over extramarital affairsTwo couples were beaten in Aceh on Friday after being caught having extramarital affairs, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 7.1-magnitude earthquake strikes Fukushima prefecture7.1-magnitude earthquake shook Japan, Fukushima prefecture. A tsunami warning issued by Japan's Meteorological Agency was canceled, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Polyus Gold, AltynGroup reach accord on minesPolyus Gold, Russia's biggest producer of precious metal, and AltynGroup reached agreement on the sale of KazakhGold's mines after almost a year of dispute, Kommersant reported today, citing an unidentified shareholder of the Russian company, Bloomberg reported.
- FBI made public Roswell UFO investigation documentsThe FBI launched an on line archive with the files which refer to the Roswell UFO crash, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- China says milk was tainted with nitrite intentionallyThree children have died and 35 people have become ill from drinking nitrite-tainted milk in China's northwestern Gansu province, according to Xinhua news agency, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Hosni Mubarak denies abuse of powerEx- President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak has been questioned by the state prosecutor on the embezzlement allegations, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Nude house looking to hire nude web designersA Buckinghamshire company is looking to recruit female web designers who are prepared to work nude, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 5.3-magnitude earthquake hits South West ChinaA 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit Luhuo county in Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan Province in South West China according to Xinhua News, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- UN and France launch attacks on GbagboUnited Nations and French helicopters have fired rockets to destroy heavy weapons near Laurent Gbagbo's residence in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Thousands protest nuclear power in JapanThousands of people marched in Tokyo against nuclear power Sunday afternoon, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gaddafi government accepts peace planThe Libya's Gaddafi's regime has accepted an African Union peace plan designed to the end the conflict, South African President Jacob Zuma said from Tripoli today, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan leader re-appoints PMThe President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, signed a decree on 'Appointment of K. Masimov as Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.