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Foreign banks have been invited to submit “expressions of interest” to the Central Bank of Myanmar.
POSTED |  03-06-2014
Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) has begun building a huge underground ice wall around the Fukushima No.1 nuclear plant.
POSTED |  03-06-2014
King Juan Carlos of Spain has outlined the reasons behind his decision to abdicate.
POSTED |  03-06-2014
A teacher allegedly called black people “demons” at the National School of Arts in Johannesburg.
POSTED |  03-06-2014
Taking vitamin C tablets can double a man’s chance of developing painful kidney stones.
POSTED |  02-06-2014
Airline bookings to Thailand have collapsed after the military took over the government on May 22.
POSTED |  02-06-2014
“Gangnam Style” recorded 2 billion views on YouTube over the weekend.
POSTED |  02-06-2014
Over 12,000 people have lodged requests to be “forgotten” by Google on the first day the search giant offered the service.
POSTED |  02-06-2014
Hundreds of anti-coup demonstrators shouting “Freedom!” and “Democracy!” gathered Sunday in Bangkok.
POSTED |  01-06-2014
For soccer fans, the World Cup will be a life-affirming fiesta but for others it will be unhealthy, painful or even lethal.
POSTED |  01-06-2014
New York City is budgeting $611,000 for a new program targeting "rat reservoir."
POSTED |  01-06-2014
Pope Francis today calls for an authentic culture of encounter among the people in the vast world of social communications.
POSTED |  01-06-2014
US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel urged Thai coup leaders to release those it had detained and immediately hold free and fair elections.
POSTED |  31-05-2014
Taking one week off from work per year is now considered a luxury for European workers.
POSTED |  31-05-2014
There are 20 most peaceful countries in the world this year.
POSTED |  31-05-2014
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