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A criminal court has convicted former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak of embezzling millions of dollars of public money.
POSTED |  24-05-2014
Thailand's stock market sank on Friday, a day after the Thai military seized power in a coup.
POSTED |  23-05-2014
The hotel market in Myanmar's capital city Yangon is set for another year of record growth.
POSTED |  23-05-2014
Thai Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha went on TV an hour ago to declare that the armed forces had seized power.
POSTED |  22-05-2014
A number of women taking selfies with soldiers on the streets of Bangkok on Wednesday.
POSTED |  21-05-2014
Asia has emerged as a major player in global dairy production and consumption.
POSTED |  21-05-2014
Norway is angering a growing number of oil and gas companies.
POSTED |  21-05-2014
Thailand’s benchmark stock index fell 1.2 percent to 1,398.38 as of 3.13 p.m.in Bangkok trading on Tuesday.
POSTED |  20-05-2014
Shunned by the West over Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin received a warm welcome in China.
POSTED |  20-05-2014
Credit Suisse became the largest bank in 20 years to plead guilty to criminal charges.
POSTED |  20-05-2014
The Thai economy contracted by 2.1 percent in the first quarter as a result of the prolonged political crisis.
POSTED |  19-05-2014
Swiss voters on Sunday rejected proposals to introduce the world's highest minimum wage.
POSTED |  19-05-2014
Cyprus may offer Europe a way to loosen Russia’s grip on its energy supplies.
POSTED |  19-05-2014
Chinese ships evacuate Chinese workers from Vietnam.
POSTED |  19-05-2014
Working as a US postal worker can be risky, especially in Los Angeles.
POSTED |  19-05-2014
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