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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 April 22:
- Crying babies more likely to grow into problem childrenBabies who cry excessively and have problems feeding and sleeping have a greater risk of serious behavioural problems later in life, say scientists.
- Kazakhstan, Estonia signed investment protection agreementKazakhstan and Estonia signed an agreement on encouragement and mutual protection of investments in Tallinn on Wednesday.
- Men get paid more than women because they are more competitiveResearchers say competitiveness in boys can be explained why women's salaries tend to lag behind men's, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Toyota making production cutsToyota is further cutting its production in North America and China plants because of shortage of parts caused by the March 11 disaster in Japan.
- Apple sues Samsung for copying iPhone and iPad designApple is suing Samsung for copying iPhone and iPad design, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Genes which mean you're destined to be a 'Yes man'Some people are born 'yes men', thanks to their genes, which make them more likely to follow other people's directives, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Japan declares no-go zone around nuclear plantJapan Thursday said it would ban people entering the 20 km evacuation zone around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant north of Tokyo, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Libya rebels will receive $25M from U.S.The Obama administration plans to provide the Libyan opposition with $25 million in non-lethal assistance in the first direct U.S. aid to the rebels, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Muslim woman's Playboy pics cause outcrySila Sahin, first Turkish woman who posed for German Playboy, has sparked Muslim outrage, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- Two Western photojournalists killed in LibyaTwo western photojournalists were killed and several others were seriously injured in Libya Wednesday, Kazakhstan Today reports.
- BP sues rig owner for $40BBP is suing Transocean, the owner of the oil rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico last year, for $40bn in damages, Kazakhstan Today reports.