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12 Dec 2013 : The Criminal Court sentenced a red-shirt sympathiser to over 13 years in prison on two counts of lese majeste on Thursday, including an unprecedented charge of "attempting to commit the crime of lese majeste".
12 Dec 2013 : Former Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva was indicted for murder Thursday in connection with a deadly military crackdown on mass opposition protests in Bangkok three years ago, prosecutors said.
14 Oct 2013 : Police in Myanmar said Monday they were investigating a series of mysterious bomb blasts that have left two people dead and several wounded in recent days.
14 Oct 2013 : Thongthong Chandrangsu, permanent secretary for the Prime Minister's Office, said on Monday that he plans to enter the monkhood again.
14 Oct 2013 : YANGON - Authorities tightened security in Myanmar's largest city Yangon on Monday following a series of small explosions in the country in recent days, police said.
14 Oct 2013 : Swiss radiation experts have confirmed they found traces of polonium on clothing used by Yasser Arafat which "support the possibility" the veteran Palestinian leader was poisoned.
14 Oct 2013 : Chinese swimming phenomenon Ye Shiwen has "woken from a nightmare" after a growth spurt and sleepless nights due to worry prompted a dramatic loss of form, a report said.
14 Oct 2013 : South African Graham Ford has been appointed new head coach of Surrey, the English county side confirmed on Monday.
14 Oct 2013 : Pakistan's anti-graft court has reopened five corruption cases against former president Asif Ali Zardari dating back to the 1990s, officials said on Monday.
14 Oct 2013 : US trio Lars Peter Hansen, Eugene Fama and Robert Shiller won the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for groundbreaking work on spotting trends in markets, the jury said.
14 Oct 2013 : A drunken man who drove his car onto railway tracks in the early hours of Monday morning is facing hefty fines and police charges, after his antics caused train delays of almost two hours.
14 Oct 2013 : Russian authorities on Monday took steps to calm ethnic tensions after Moscow was rocked by some of its worst rioting in years, sparked by the killing of a Russian youth allegedly by a Muslim migrant from the Caucasus.