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- Drug cartels emerged in KyrgyzstanDrug cartels have emerged in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Egyptian man names his child 'Facebook'An Egyptian man has named his first born daughter 'Facebook', Kazakhstan Today reports.
- 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 23:
- Kazakh Prime Minister charged to increase internet speed up to 16 MB per secondKazakhstan Prime Minister, Karim Masimov, has charged the Minister of Communication and Information, Askar Zhumagaliyev, to increase the internet speed up to 16 megabytes per second, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Egypt'a prosecutor called for ex-president's investigationEgypt's top prosecutor has called for an investigation into the Egypt's ex-president assets, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Nazarbayev, Wu Bangguo discussed strategic partnershipThe President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev and China's top legislator Wu Bangguo discussed strategic partnership Tuesday during a three-day visit to China of Kazakhstan President, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kyrgyz President won't run in presidential electionThe President of Kyrgyzstan Roza Otunbayeva will not run in the presidential election in fall, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Blocking enzyme stops cancer spreadScientists have found out that blocking the molecule LOXL2, which plays a key role in cancer spread, could offer new approaches to tackle this problem, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Turkish Aselsan, UAE to launch joint firm in KazakhstanTurkish defense contractor Aselsan and the UAE's International Golden Group are set to launch a joint venture in Kazakhstan, the agency reports.
- Child's brain may hold signs of future criminalScientists have found that the 3-year-old child's brain can have signs of criminal future and anti-social behaviour, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Warplanes fired on protesters in LibyaThe conflict in Tripoli (Libya) has escalated to a point where warplanes and helicopters fired from the air on protesters, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- German Defence Minister drops PhD after plagiarism scandalGermany's Defence Minister, involved in a plagiarism scandal, has given up his doctorate and admitted serious errors in his thesis, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Gulf of Mexico will not recover from the spill by 2012Gulf of Mexico will not recover from the spill by 2012, marine scientist Samantha Joye of the University of Georgia said at a science conference in Washington Saturday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Powerful earthquake hit New Zealand6.3-magnitude earthquake has struck Christchurch on New Zealand's South Island, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Kazakhstan, China to sign billion-dollar contractThe President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, continues his state visit to China, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Brent crude futures rise over $1 bblBrent crude futures rose more than $1 on Tuesday, Kazakhstan Today reports.