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05 Dec 2013 : The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is looking into complaints that about 20 satellite-based television channels are being affected by what is suspected to be intentional broadcast-signal interference.
05 Dec 2013 : Vigilantes hacked 12 civilians to death north of Bangui as communal tensions rose ahead of a UN vote authorising force to stop the Central African Republic's descent into chaos.
12 Oct 2013 : English duo Paul Waring and David Lynn shared a second round lead with South African Hennie Otto at the Portugal Masters in Vilamoura on Friday.
12 Oct 2013 : Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg is likely to miss all of his country's November Tests after undergoing wrist surgery, coach Scott Johnson indicated Friday.
12 Oct 2013 : American troops have captured a senior leader of the Pakistani Taliban, a US official said Friday, in what could prove a major blow to the group amid moves to boost peace efforts in Afghanistan.
12 Oct 2013 : A court in China's capital will hear appeals by two defendants -- including the son of a famous military singer -- given prison terms for rape, state media reported Friday.
12 Oct 2013 : Double Olympic Champion Ye Shiwen claimed gold in the 200m individual medley at the East Asian Games Friday, as China continued to power ahead in the medals table.
12 Oct 2013 : Three-time champions Germany, Belgium and Switzerland reached the World Cup finals on Friday as England, Russia and Bosnia-Herzegovina edged closer to Brazil.
12 Oct 2013 : Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said Friday his hours-long kidnapping was a coup attempt, as a car bombing outside Sweden's consulate in second city Benghazi underlined Libya's increasing lawlessness.
12 Oct 2013 : In the wake of last week's shipwreck tragedy in Italy, refugee and immigrant rights advocates are hoping for a change of heart in a country that is struggling to accept a new multi-cultural identity.
12 Oct 2013 : Chinese Premier Li Keqiang yesterday used the first-ever parliamentary address by a foreign leader to push for greater Chinese involvement in transport infrastructure projects here.
PREAH VIHEAR DISPUTE
12 Oct 2013 : The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has postponed delivering its ruling on the sovereignty dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over land immediately surrounding Preah Vihear temple.