The Telegraph
Friday , May 23 , 2014

Thailand army seizes power in coup

Thailand’s army chief Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha seized control of the government in a coup today, two days after he declared martial law, saying the military had to restore order and push through reforms after six months of turmoil....   | Read..

Jolie: I could run for office

Actress Angelina Jolie says she would run for political office if she felt she could be effective....   | Read..

31 killed as blasts hit Xinjiang market

Explosives hurled from two vehicles which ploughed into an open market in China’s troubled Xinjiang region killed 31 people today, state media reported, the deadliest a...   | Read..
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave after voting in the local council and European elections at a polling station in Lond ...  | Read
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