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Suspect in Custody Unlikely Bangkok Shrine Bomber

"Now we don't have any evidence to say that he is the yellow-shirted man"

Key suspect in Thai bombing still on the run

Police say DNA suggests foreigner arrested near border was involved, but not the one who planted bomb that killed 20

Whatever happened to critical intellectuals?

Neoliberalism combined with the disappearance of critical intellectuals spell a bleak future for Western democracy.

Refugees and riot police face off in Hungary

Hundreds of refugees, mainly Syrians and Afghans, remain on a train in Bicske, refusing to go to a refugee centre.

Life on a chicken farm for displaced Iraqis

Dozens of people who fled the village of Jarallah in northern Iraq have found shelter on a Kurdish chicken farm.

This week in Jakarta: Is Jokowi changing direction?

As Indonesia's economy continues to slow, President Jokowi is attempting to steer his Government away from the introspective policies of the early part of his term. Executions of foreign drug convicts have barely been mentioned since...Show More Summary

The lost forests of the Middle East

Environmental problems across the Middle East contrast harshly with a forgotten past.

France says wing part found at Reunion is from MH370

The part, known as a flaperon, was found on the shore of the Indian Ocean island on July 29.

So that’s the end of minimum pricing on booze then

Ever since the idea was first put forward we, along with others, have been saying that minimum pricing for booze would fall afoul of the law. And we were right: Nicola Sturgeon’s plans to fix a minimum price for alcohol has suffered a huge blow after the European court’s top lawyer ruled it would infringe […]

DRC's 'Terminator' tells ICC he protected civilians

Militia leader Bosco Ntaganda, accused of war crimes, tells court he was a professional soldier trying to restore peace.

4 U.S. troops among those hurt in Sinai blasts: Pentagon

2 U.N. peacekeepers also injured when 2 IEDs went off in Northeast Sinai; soldiers' wounds aren't considered life-threatening, Pentagon says

Actually, Davis was jailed because she forbade other Clerks to marry Gay Couples

WLKY News Louisville | (Video News Report) | – – WLKY News Louisville: “5 of Kim Davis’ deputies to issue marriage licenses, Davis still jailed”

As Syrian Refugee Boy Identified, Crisis of Conscience over Refugees

By Jon Queally, staff writer | ( | – – Three-year-old Aylan Kurdi drowned along with his mother, Rehan, and older brother, Galip, while the family attempted to cross the sea from…

Five risks from the deployment of nuclear-armed submarines in the Indo-Pacific

Yesterday in Beijing, China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two with a massive military parade. Examples of modern military equipment, such as the DF-21D ‘Carrier Killer’ missile, were displayed in public forShow More Summary

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