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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 February 11:
- Plane crashed at Cork airport killing 6Six people have been killed after a passenger plane crashed and burst into flames on the runway of Ireland's Cork Airport, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Six out of ten children 'lie about age on internet'A new survey has revealed six out of every 10 children who make contact with strangers on the internet lie about their age, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Michelle Obama forbids her daughters to use FacebookFirst Lady Michelle Obama does not allow her daughters to use Facebook, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Pakistani 'schoolboy' bomber kills 31 at army baseA teenager dressed in a school uniform detonated a bomb in north-west Pakistan killing 31, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan Parliament ratified European agreements on traffic signs and road markingsThe Parliament of Kazakhstan ratified the European agreements on traffic signs and road markings, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Blast hits offices of Bulgarian newspaperAn explosion hit the offices of a Bulgarian newspaper early Thursday, shattering windows and damaging vehicles but causing no injuries, Kazakhstan Today reported.
- Militants from Kazakhstan detained in MakhachkalaA special operation in Makhachkala ended peacefully: insurgents locked in a five-storey building have surrrendered, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Diet soda leads to greater risk of strokeA new study has claimed diet soda leads to greater risk of heart attacks and strokes, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Bakiyev's former home turned into a brothelA house of Kurmanbek Bakiyev's family in Bishkek turned into a brothel, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Job strain increases women's heart attack riskWomen who report having high levels of job stress appear to be at 40% increased risk of having a heart attack, compared with women who report less stress at work, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakh President needs to pass spelling testKazakhstan President, Nursultan Nazarbayev, will have to pass a 90-minute spelling and grammar test as one of the requirements for all presidential candidates, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Polar bear population struggles as Arctic sea ice meltsA new study has claimed the polar bear population is decreasing as the Arctic sea ice is melting, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gold may become valid currencyOne of the biggest financial companies JPMorgan began accepting gold as a type of collateral in some transactions, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Egypt protests spreadThousands of workers went on strike Wednesday across Egypt, adding a new dimension to the uprising, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Abykaev informed Kazakhstan President of current KNB workThe head of state, Nursultan Nazarbayev, met with the chairman of National Security Committee of Kazakhstan, Nurtay Abykaev, Kazakhstan Today reports.