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September 1, 2015
obama

ANCHORAGE: US President Barack Obama warned Monday that climate change is no longer a problem of the future, but... More ››

September 1, 2015
UPDATED
journalist-thai

PHUKET: Two journalists, including an Australian editor, were found not guilty of criminal defamation by a Thai court on... More ››

September 1, 2015
israel-palestine

NABI SALEH: A soldier pins a boy down and is assaulted by his family: The scene might have gone... More ››

September 1, 2015
ashley-madison

OTTAWA: Embattled dating-for-cheaters website Ashley Madison insisted Monday that a massive hack and release of user data had not... More ››

August 31, 2015
wanna-bangkok

BANGKOK: The hunt for those behind the Bangkok shrine blast narrowed Monday as police revealed they have two new... More ››

August 31, 2015
earthquake-generic

It was the third tremor in one day as two tremors, of 4.1 and 4.3 magnitude, had been felt... More ››

August 31, 2015
najib_reflect

The government held a parade attended by large crowds of flag-waving spectators in scenes broadcast live, symbolising what reform... More ››

August 31, 2015
storm-makers

It also portrays a trafficker who claims he has sold more than 500 Cambodian girls, some as young as... More ››

August 31, 2015
immigrants-truck

VIENNA: The 71 people found dead in an abandoned refrigeration lorry in Austria had been crammed in, five to... More ››

August 31, 2015
immigrants

BRUSSELS: European Union ministers were summoned on Sunday to meet in two weeks’ time to seek urgent solutions to... More ››

August 31, 2015
china-stock-market

Wang was held for fabricating and spreading fake information on securities and futures market, according to Xinhua, a state-run... More ››

August 31, 2015
mandela-grandson

JOHANNESBURG: A grandson of South African icon Nelson Mandela, who was freed on bail in a child sex case,... More ››

August 30, 2015
bersih-reuters3

The first day passed without reports of violence and the rally resumed in a festive mood on Sunday with... More ››

August 30, 2015
us-police-murder

WASHINGTON: The prime suspect in the “cold-blooded assassination” of a Texas sheriff’s deputy was charged with murder Saturday, a... More ››

August 30, 2015
mahathir-bersih

There were no reports of violence and the mood was festive during the day as protesters - some with... More ››

August 30, 2015
french-morocco

PARIS: Two French investigative journalists were charged with blackmail for demanding two million euros ($2.2 million) from the king... More ››

August 30, 2015
erawan-bombing

BANGKOK: Thai police on Saturday charged a foreign man over last week’s deadly Bangkok bombing, the first arrest connected... More ››

August 29, 2015
boots

This time, they decided to send 500 pairs of boots plus 2,000 rain ponchos and some first aid kits... More ››

August 29, 2015
train

One of the French passengers was shot and seriously injured in the struggle to overpower the gunman, and he... More ››

August 29, 2015
zuwara

"The boat shattered into pieces of wood. My mother and I grabbed on to one and I saw my... More ››

August 29, 2015
paris

In return, they would be reimbursed through French development aid, the caller claimed. More ››

August 29, 2015
united

The council expressed "its readiness to consider appropriate measures" including "an arms embargo and additional targeted sanctions." More ››

August 29, 2015
roseau

Authorities in Dominica, southeast of the Dominican Republic, surveyed the damage on Friday. More ››

August 29, 2015
vebuzuela

Venezuela, hard-hit by plunging global oil revenues and reeling from soaring crime, needed heavyweight financial support in "difficult times,"... More ››

August 28, 2015
bangkok-blast2

BANGKOK: Thai police on Friday said three Uighur Muslims, among dozens detained in the kingdom for illegal entry last... More ››

August 28, 2015
najib-nazak

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak on Friday criticised organisers of a weekend protest demanding his ouster, saying... More ››

August 28, 2015
prayut

BANGKOK: Thailand’s main opposition party denounced a military-backed draft constitution on Friday saying it “totally disregards the sovereignty of... More ››

August 28, 2015
aussie-police

MELBOURNE: A major operation to spot check people’s visas on the streets of Melbourne as part of a crime... More ››

August 28, 2015
joshua-wong

Wong and Law were also charged Thursday over a student protest in September which helped spark the widespread democracy... More ››

August 28, 2015
blocked-site

Bersih's webpage, www.bersih.org, was not accessible in Malaysia on Friday, a day after the government said it would block... More ››

August 28, 2015
internet-block

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said it would block websites that "promote, spread information and encourage people... More ››

August 28, 2015
reporter-shot-father

WASHINGTON: The father of a Virginia journalist killed in an on-air shooting said on Thursday he would become a... More ››

August 28, 2015
UPDATED
iran-film

TEHRAN: Iran’s most expensive movie, “Muhammad”, which chronicles the childhood of the Muslim prophet, opened nationwide on Thursday, winning... More ››

August 28, 2015
supporter-of-the-protest

TOKYO: Wearing shorts and a baggy T-shirt and clutching a microphone, Aki Okuda stands before a crowd, the pyramid-shaped... More ››

August 28, 2015
naser-oric111

SARAJEVO: A former Bosnian Muslim commander named Naser Oric was charged alongside one of his former lieutenants Thursday with... More ››

August 28, 2015
migrant-truck

PANDORF: When Austrian police opened the back of an abandoned lorry parked on the side of a motorway on... More ››

August 27, 2015
MH17

In a preliminary report last year, the Board blamed the crash on "high energy objects" striking the aircraft. More ››

August 27, 2015
awang-jabat

The insurgents also said peace talks should be enshrined by the Thai parliament as a national objective, to avoid... More ››

August 27, 2015
missing-divers

JAKARTA: Rescuers have called off the search for four foreign tourists who went missing while scuba diving off Indonesian... More ››

August 27, 2015
bangkok-blast

BANGKOK: Thai police on Thursday said they were looking at arrivals of Turkish nationals in the days before a... More ››

August 27, 2015
shenzen-GS

Shenzhen’s Goldman Sachs was exposed by a letter sent by a US casino workers union to Chinese anti-corruption officials... More ››

August 27, 2015
joshua-wong

The charges, which could result in a sentence of up to five years, relate to a student protest on... More ››

August 27, 2015
abbott

SYDNEY: Monarchist Prime Minister Tony Abbott insisted Thursday that efforts to resurrect a push for Australia to become a... More ››

August 27, 2015
arabs-bombing

DUBAI: The main suspect in the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers residence at a U.S. military base in... More ››

August 27, 2015
tianjin-blast

SHANGHAI: Chinese police have arrested 12 people suspected of involvement in this month’s massive explosions in the city of... More ››

August 27, 2015
malaysia+economy

Chua said the absence of central bank governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz was "disturbing" and would limit the committee's options... More ››

August 27, 2015
gun-lay-US

WASHINGTON: The White House on Wednesday issued a rapid call for Congress to pass gun control laws, after two... More ››

August 27, 2015
qatar-airways

DOHA: Qatar Airways has relaxed controversial policies which saw cabin crew sacked if they became pregnant or got married... More ››

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