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WHO advises Kazakhs against drinking tea

The World Health Organization has recommended Kazakhstanis to abstain from drinking tea during mealtime.

WHO advises Kazakhs against drinking tea
Ewa Kopacz, Tusk's 'Iron Lady', to step up as Polish PM
Ewa Kopacz, Tusk's 'Iron Lady', to step up as Polish PM

Ewa Kopacz, who is tipped to replace Donald Tusk as Poland's next prime minister, is known as an "Iron Lady" who always has his back.

Ewa Kopacz, Tusk's 'Iron Lady', to step up as Polish PM
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Kazakhstan approves new geological exploration program

Kazakhstan's geological exploration will focus on precious metals, especially gold, rare earth metals and copper.

Kazakhstan approves new geological exploration program
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Kazakhstan to cooperate with Vietnam in oil industry

Kazakhstan will cooperate with Vietnam in oil and gas.

Kazakhstan to cooperate with Vietnam in oil industry
Walk this way, says China's heavy metal shoe maker
Walk this way, says China's heavy metal shoe maker

A Chinese factory worker says walking in huge iron shoes weighing more than 200 kilograms each can cure back pain, but faces hefty competition in his bid to build the country's heaviest footwear.

Walk this way, says China's heavy metal shoe maker
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Putin acknowledges that Kazakhstan outinvestes Russia

President of Russia Vladimir Putin told Nursultan Nazarbayev that Kazakhstan invested $700 million more into Russia than Russia did into Kazakhstan in 2012.

Putin acknowledges that Kazakhstan outinvestes Russia
Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study
Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study

Global health experts have warned against giving iron supplements in areas where malaria is rampant, but a study Tuesday found no rise in cases of the mosquito-borne disease among children who took iron.

Iron supplements do not boost malaria risk: study
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Earliest iron artefacts came from meteorite

The earliest iron artefacts ever found -- funeral beads strung around bodies in a 5,000-year-old Egyptian cemetery -- were made from a meteorite.

Earliest iron artefacts came from meteorite
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Bi-weekly iron dose same as daily in pregnancy: study

Pregnant women who take an iron supplement twice a week receive the same health benefits as expectant mothers who take a daily dose of the essential mineral.

Bi-weekly iron dose same as daily in pregnancy: study
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S&P warns of little iron ore respite for miners

Global credit agency Standard & Poor's said Tuesday that it saw little improvement in iron ore prices in the near-term and warned that smaller single-commodity miners could see their ratings slip.

S&P warns of little iron ore respite for miners
 Fashion grads from Asia have their New York moment
Fashion grads from Asia have their New York moment

There's nothing glamorous about ironing your own collection before a show at New York fashion week, but if that's what it takes for Jie Jessie Liu to break into the business, she'll do it.

Fashion grads from Asia have their New York moment

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