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 MOSCOW  Kazakhstan's Foreign Ministry says it is cooperating with the United 
States in the case of two of its citizens arrested in connection 
with the Boston Marathon bombing.Dias Kadyrbayev and Azamat Tazhayakov were 
university friends of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. They were charged 
Wednesday with attempting to destroy evidence by disposing of a backpack 
and laptop computer taken from his room after they found he was 
a suspect in the fatal bombing.On Thursday, the Kazakh foreign ministry 
issued a statement saying "Both Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov are cooperating 
with the investigative bodies and providing them assistance.""As we have 
repeatedly stressed, Kazakhstan strongly condemns any form of terrorism. 
The Kazakhstan side is cooperating with the U.S. law enforcement bodies 
in their investigation," the ministry said. ate for younger girls, even though physicians groups 
insist that it is.In Wednesday's filing, the Justice Department said Korman 
exceeded his authority and that his decision should be suspended while that 
appeal is under way, meaning only Plan B One-Step would appear on 
drugstore shelves until the case is finally settled. If Korman's order isn't 
suspended during the appeals process, the result would be "substantial market 
confusion, harming FDA's and the public's interest" as drugstores receive 
conflicting orders about who's allowed to buy what, the Justice Department 
concluded.Rather than take matters into his own hands, the Justice Department 
argued to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that Korman should 
have ordered the FDA to reconsider its options for regulating emergency 
contraception. The court cannot overturn the rules and processes that federal 
agencies must follow "by instead mandating a particular substantive outcome," 
the appeal states.The FDA actually had been poised to lift all age 
limits and let Plan B sell over the counter in late 2011, 
when Kathleen Sebelius overruled her own scientists. Sebelius said some 
girls as young as 11 were physically capable of bearing children but 
shouldn't be able to buy the pregnancy-preventing pill on their own.Sebelius' 
move was unprecedented, and Korman had blasted it as election-year politics 
-- meaning he was overruling not just a government agency but a 
Cabinet secretary.More than 
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