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19 Jun 2013 : The National Institute for Emergency Medicine on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Universal Foundation for Persons with Disabilities (UFPD) and TOT Plc to develop an emergency call system for the elderly and disabled.
19 Jun 2013 : Italy coach Cesare Prandelli warned Confederations Cup rivals Japan - as well as his own side - to expect the unexpected from striker Mario Balotelli in Thursday's showdown in Recife.
02 May 2013 : The Thai Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Trade of Thailand and the Thai Bankers Association will discuss the problem of the baht’s persistent appreciation with officials of the central bank next week.
02 May 2013 : Intimidation and violence perpetrated by supporters of Malaysia’s ruling party and its main opposition risk undermining the country's forthcoming general election, Human Rights Watch has warned.
02 May 2013 : Almost 260,000 people, half of them young children, died of hunger during the last famine in Somalia, according to a UN report Thursday, with the world body admitting it should have done more to prevent the tragedy.
02 May 2013 : Psy's new single "Gentleman" has plunged in the US hit parade as the South Korean rapper struggles to repeat the success of his global chart-topper "Gangnam Style".
02 May 2013 : An inflatable bright yellow rubber duck six storeys high sailed into Hong Kong harbour on Thursday to the cheers of hundreds of people who gathered to watch the classic bathtime-inspired artistic creation.
02 May 2013 : GMM Media (GMMM) has sold 41 million shares of its holding in Matichon Plc, the publisher of Matichon, Khao Sod and Prachachart newspapers, according to a report from the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET).
02 May 2013 : The developers of the "Leaning Tower of Pathum Thani" on Thursday filed for permission to demolish the seven-storey apartment building that was left listing and on the verge of collapse after a subsidence on the night of March 31.
02 May 2013 : Global energy giant Shell on Thursday said in a surprise announcement that chief executive Peter Voser will retire next year, as it also posted falling first-quarter net profits on the back of lower crude oil prices.
02 May 2013 : The European Central Bank cut interest rates to a new record low on Thursday amid a chorus of calls for the eurozone to focus on growth to end a "nightmare of unemployment" in the bloc.
02 May 2013 : Big-spending Guangzhou Evergrande will face Australia's Central Coast Mariners in the AFC Champions League knockouts while former winners Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors take on Japan's Kashiwa Reysol.