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- Foreign journalists: "Kazakhstan has something to offer even to well-traveled tourist"The capital of Kazakhstan became the final destination of the cultural press tour of foreign journalists to our country, during which they visited the cities of Almaty, Shymkent and the Turkestan region.
- WHO calls for urgent research on microplasticsWorld Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday called for further research on the health impacts of microplastics following the release of latest findings on microplastics in drinking water.
- 832 foreigners lose Japanese residency statusA record number of foreigners living in Japan was stripped of their residency status in 2018, data from the country's Immigration Services Agency showed, even as Japan is widening its doors to foreign workers.
- Five-year-old Russian girl found alive after 3 days in forestA five-year-old girl, whose disappearance last Sunday triggered a massive search effort in the Central Russian region of Nizhny Novgorod, was found alive late on Wednesday after spending more than three days in a forest.
- Low levels of vitamin D in elementary school could spell trouble in adolescence: studyVitamin D deficiency in middle childhood could result in aggressive behavior as well as anxious and depressive moods during adolescence, according to a study posted on the website of the University of Michigan (UM) on Tuesday.
- Kazakhstan to use coal in a new wayGlobal trends on switch to low-carbon and "green" economy directly affect the volume of coal consumption in Kazakhstan, The Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development told Trend.
- Book of Kazakhstani scientist published in ChinaThe book of the rector of Al-Farabi KazNU, academician Galym Mutanov, "Mathematical Methods and Models in Economic Planning, Management and Budgeting" was presented in China at the world’s largest Beijing international book exhibition.