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Thai junta says Google removing content with royal insults


Thailand’s government met with representatives from Internet giant Google to bring those who insult the monarchy to justice.

174 inmates escape Haiti prison after killing guard

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The inmates broke into an area used by the guards, stealing at least five rifles among other weapons.

'Media-shy' Bob Dylan still hasn't responded to committe that awarded Nobel Prize

 Academy member Per Wastberg had said that if Dylan remained silent, it would be "rude and arrogant" (Photo: AFP)

They said it was up to the American singer-songwriter whether to attend the prize-giving ceremony later this year or not.

Police officer killed, 10 people wounded in bomb in east Turkey

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The bomb, planted by militants from the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), was detonated near the district governor's office.

Now order meals, book movie tickets, more on Facebook


Facebook will now allow Americans to order a meal, buy movie tickets or make an appointment at the hairdresser without having to leave the social networking site.

Philippines' Duterte says didn't really mean 'separation' from US

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The Philippine President said he was merely pursuing a more independent foreign policy by strengthening relations with China.

Anti-pipeline protestor tosses pumpkin seeds at Canada's Trudeau

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The woman later told the CBC she was protesting about plans to expand an oil pipeline that runs through Hamilton.

Spaceship carrying three-man crew docks with ISS: Reports

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NASA hopes to resume flying station crewmembers from the United States in 2018.

Type 1 diabetes often comes with other autoimmune diseases

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In type 1 diabetes, the immune system attacks the pancreas and destroys its insulin-producing cells.

Climate change is shifting areas of skin disease concern

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Dermatologists should keep these changing patterns of skin diseases in mind when making diagnoses, experts advise.

According to the old saying, history repeats itself first as tragedy and second as farce. But some political parties are obviously not familiar with this verity.

Now that the crucial Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are barely a few months away, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has started doing the rounds of temples and attending religious functions