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20 Dec 2013 : EU leaders talked up the need for greater defence cooperation Thursday but were divided on where that might lead, with Britain notably voicing strong reservations about the bloc having military forces of its own.
20 Dec 2013 : Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was handed a two-match suspension on Thursday after he admitted a misconduct charge over an offensive hand gesture made towards Manchester City fans.
28 Oct 2013 : Three members of a bomb squad, one of whom was known for his heroic work dismantling explosives in the deep South, were killed in an blast on Monday morning.
28 Oct 2013 : Prosecutors indicted Abhisit Vejjajiva and Suthep Thaugsuban on Monday for ordering army crackdowns on protests in 2010 that left more than 92 people dead.
28 Oct 2013 : Spain summoned the US ambassador Monday to denounce newly reported mass US eavesdropping on its citizens' telephone calls as "inappropriate and unacceptable", as outrage spread over the worldwide espionage programme.
28 Oct 2013 : Israeli warplanes raided the northern Gaza Strip on Monday after militants fired rockets over the border, as Israel readied to free a new batch of Palestinian prisoners.
28 Oct 2013 : A Chinese Communist Party official has been suspended after running up unpaid bills of $115,000 at a speciality pig trotter restaurant, reports said Monday.
28 Oct 2013 : Police have ruled out a conflict with the Shooting Association as a possible motive for the murder of former national sports shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum, the Metropolitan Police Bureau chief said on Monday.
28 Oct 2013 : Ten companies of around 1,500 police officers have been mobilised to contain rubber protests over fears that rallies by farmers may spread beyond Bang Saphan district in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, provincial police chief Pol Maj Gen Thanet Sunthornsuk said on Monday.
28 Oct 2013 : To the surprise and displeasure of the Kremlin, the Winter Olympics in Sochi have become a rallying cause for the gay rights movement after Russia adopted a law slammed around the world as homophobic.
28 Oct 2013 : South Korea's prime minister promised Monday to "accurately reveal" the truth behind allegations that the domestic spy service interfered in last year's presidential election.
28 Oct 2013 : SURIN – Farmers in flood-hit areas of Surin are banding together to jointly harvest still ripening rice crops in river-flooded paddy fields for fear they will lose everything if the situation worsens.