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- Kiev summit aims to fund new Chernobyl radiation shieldInternational leaders from more than 50 countries are expected to meet in Kiev to raise 740 million euros at a conference on Tuesday to complete a steel sarcophagus to secure the ruins of Ukraine's exploded Chernobyl power station, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Two new committees created in National Bank of KazakhstanTwo new committees created in National Bank of Kazakhstan: Committees on Financial Supervision and Regulation of the Financial Center of Almaty.
- An apple a day prevents asthma and beats hiccupsA new book by former family doctor Dr Penny Stanway reveals that an apple a day can also prevent asthma, beat hiccups, and many more, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Nuke plant starts pumping out radioactive waterWorkers at Japan's quake-hit nuclear plant have begun removing highly radioactive water from the basement of a reactor building to on-site storage, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- U.S. secretly backed Syrian opposition groupsU.S. State Department financed Syrian political opposition groups, according to WikiLeaks cables, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Mediterranean fish in danger of extinctionA new study suggests that more than 40 fish species in the Mediterranean could extinct in the next few years, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Japan's death toll climbs to nearly 14,000The death toll from Japan's earthquake and tsunami rose to nearly 14,000 on Monday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Aid workers promised Libya accessLibya government has guaranteed "safe passage" for foreign aid workers into zones under its control and to let a UN mission go to the city of Misrata, UN officials said on Monday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Foreign tourists die mysteriously in ThailandThe death toll in Chiang Mai, Thailand, continues to rise with a seventh person now identified as having died in similar circumstances to a young New Zealand tourist, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- UAE lifts ban on import of sheep from KazakhstanUAE has lifted ban on import of sheep from Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Turkey's Aselsan to set up plant in KazakhstanTurkey's Aselsan will set up a plant in Kazakhstan that will cost $30 million to produce night vision systems used in armored vehicles and electro optical equipments, Kazakhstan Today reports.