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  • Sacrifice of dying cancer mother sparks debate in China

    12 Dec 2014 : BEIJING - The fate of a Chinese television presenter who died of cancer after refusing chemotherapy to save her unborn son sparked intense online debate Friday.

  • Palestinian shot after acid attack on Israeli family

    12 Dec 2014 : A Palestinian threw acid at a family of Israelis picking up a hitchhiker in the West Bank Friday before being shot and wounded, residents and the army said.

  • Norway scraps controversial seal hunting subsidy

    12 Dec 2014 : OSLO - Norway's parliament has voted to scrap a controversial subsidy for seal hunting, potentially spelling the end of the much-criticised activity, a lawmaker told AFP on Friday.

  • Graceland arrives in London with rocking Elvis show

    12 Dec 2014 : LONDON - Iconic jumpsuits and a pink Cadillac belonging to Elvis Presley are among 300 artefacts on show at Europe's largest ever exhibition honouring the King of Rock 'n' Roll, which opened in London on Friday.

  • Rice case against Yingluck postponed

    12 Dec 2014 : Additional evidence is still needed to round out the case before a decision can be made on the indictment of former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra over the loss-ridden rice-pledging scheme, the attorney general has ruled.

  • Rugby scrum-half Parra set to return for Clermont

    12 Dec 2014 : CLERMONT-FERRAND (FRANCE) - International scrum-half Morgan Parra is to play for the first time in two months for Clermont on Saturday after recovering from a shoulder injury, club coach Franck Azema said on Friday.

  • Vietnam to probe Suzuki Malaysia loss

    12 Dec 2014 : HANOI - Vietnam's football authorities will investigate the country's team for suspected foul play after their disastrous 4-2 loss to Malaysia at the AFF Suzuki Cup, an official said Friday, amid suspicions of match-fixing.

  • Belgian queen Fabiola's funeral draws world royalty

    12 Dec 2014 : BRUSSELS - Global royalty from as far afield as Japan and Thailand attended the windswept funeral Friday of Belgium's former queen Fabiola, widow of the popular King Baudoin, following her death last week aged 86.

  • Red Line 'will be one year late'

    12 Dec 2014 : The Red Line railway from Bang Sue in Bangkok to Rangsit in Pathum Thani will start services a year late in 2018 because of slow construction, Transport Minister Prajin Juntong has admitted.

  • Chinese woman assaults TAA crew

    12 Dec 2014 : A Chinese couple and their friends were taken by police after throwing hot water on a flight attendant on board a Thai AirAsia (TAA) chartered flight, forcing a return to Don Mueang airport.

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