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20 May 2013 : LONDON — Neville Neville, the father of former England footballers Gary and Phil Neville, has been charged with sexual assault, prosecutors said Monday.
20 May 2013 : Lawyers for Witit Artavatkun are considering legal action against the Government Pharmaceutical Organisation (GPO) board which agreed to dismiss him as the organisation's chief, a source familiar with the issue said on Monday.
27 Mar 2013 : NICOSIA - Cypriot finance minister Michalis Sarris imposed capital controls on Wednesday following the island's international bailout, stipulating a maximum cash withdrawal of 300 euros a day.
27 Mar 2013 : German investors are welcome to co-invest in the government’s infrastructure development megaprojects, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Wednesday.
27 Mar 2013 : PHICHIT – The ordination ceremony of a young man made local headlines after his father tossed about 150,000 baht in the air for well-wishers to gather as part of the celebration.
27 Mar 2013 : A bomb disposal unit rushed to a spot in the heart of Pattani town on receiving a report that a paper bag suspected of containing explosives had been found, but it turned out to be a fake bomb.
27 Mar 2013 : Billionaire Bhupendra Kumar Modi, who became a Singapore citizen last year, is urging his adopted nation to end a ban on young singles owning state-built homes because it hurts one of the city’s key goals: making babies.
27 Mar 2013 : Brazilian authorities have closed the main stadium for the 2016 Rio Olympics because of roof problems, the city's mayor said.
27 Mar 2013 : The Supreme Court signalled Wednesday it could throw out a US law that defines marriage as strictly between a man and a woman, in a second day of hearings on the thorny issue of same-sex marriage.
27 Mar 2013 : Two-time defending champion Novak Djokovic crashed out in the fourth round of the Miami Masters while last year's runner-up Andy Murray eased through to the quarter-finals in straight sets.
27 Mar 2013 : The state of North Dakota approved the most restrictive abortion laws in the United States, a move that challenges federal protection of a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy.
27 Mar 2013 : An Australian-led group of scientists has for the first time tracked down and tagged Antarctic blue whales by using acoustic technology to follow their songs, the government said Wednesday.