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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 April 19:
- Diet soda doesn't raise diabetes riskAccording to Harvard University researchers diet soda and other artificially-sweetened drinks do not raise diabeties risk.
- Dozens wounded at Yemen protestsMassive protests took place across Yemen on Sunday demanding the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- France blocks trains carrying North African immigrants from ItalyFrance on Sunday temporarily shut its southern borders to trains carrying hundreds of North African immigrants from Italy, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia in talks on coordinated actions on grain marketUkraine, Russia and Kazakhstan may join together in a so-called grain pool this year to coordinate crop sales, Ukraine's Deputy Economy Minister Valeriy Muntiyan said to Bloomberg, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- A pill made from olive leaves may help beat heart diseaseA new study has revealed that a pill made out of the leaves of olive tree can be useful in combating heart disease, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Toyota resumes production at all Japan plantsToyota Motor on Monday resumed operations at all its domestic plants that had been halted since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- India, Kazakhstan signed pact for 25 % stake in Kazakhstan's Satpayev oil blockIndia and Kazakhstan signed agreements, including one for acquisition of 25 per cent stake in Satpayev exploration block in the Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gaddafi's forces continue pressing Libyan rebelsLibyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's forces on Sunday continued their bombardment of rebels in several cities including the eastern town of Ajdabiyah and the western city of Misrata, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- India, Kazakhstan signed nuclear power dealIndia and Kazakhstan signed seven trade agreements, including a deal involving nuclear material used for energy production, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Dundee academics reconstruct Viking woman's faceThe Viking woman skeleton's skull was laser-scanned to create a 3D digital model, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- India, Kazakhstan to enhance collaboration to expand economic relationshipIndia and Kazakhstan have agreed to enhance collaboration in international economic and financial organizations and to use new opportunities arising as a result of integration processes in the global economy for the benefit of both countries.
- Japan sends robots in to stricken nuclear plantJapan sent robots in to stricken nuclear plant to help repair its crippled reactors, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Iran to complete first exploration well for Caspian crudeIran plans to finish its exploration well for Caspian crude, Kazakhstan Today reports.