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Yingluck seeks peaceful end to crisis

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said today she would “open every door” to find a peaceful solution to a political crisis gripping Bangkok as police used rubber bullets against protesters seeking to topple her government....   | Read..

Eagle clicks ‘selfie’ with stolen camera

A sea eagle stole a video camera set up in the Australian outback to film crocodiles and flown with it for 112km, accidentally creating a bizarre, self-made wildlife movi...   | Read..

BNP boycotts poll filing, extends strike

Bangladesh was plunged into fresh uncertainty today as the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its Right-wing allies did not file nominations for the January 5 polls, stic...   | Read..

Assad involved in crimes: UN

Evidence collected by UN investigators probing Syrian war crimes implicates President Bashar al-Assad, UN human rights chief Navi Pillay said today....   | Read..

Publishing force behind Sartre dead

André Schiffrin, a publishing force for 50 years, whose passion for editorial independence produced shelves of serious books, a titanic collision with a conglomerate that...   | Read..
A monk wearing a face mask joins protesters in Bangkok on Monday. (AFP)
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