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Protesters Camp Out In Thai CapitalPublished: 11 Dec 2013Total views: 364Video length: 0:34
Massive Fire Destroys Tire Store In Peru, Injures SeveralPublished: 11 Dec 2013Total views: 137Video length: 0:52
Police Fire Teargas At Protesting Cairo University StudentsPublished: 11 Dec 2013Total views: 274Video length: 0:36
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11 Dec 2013 : British regulators have fined state-rescued Lloyds Banking Group a record pound sterling28 million after finding staff were at risk of selling unsuitable products amid the lure of bonuses, they announced on Wednesday.
11 Dec 2013 : Qatar is prepared to stage the 2022 World Cup in the summer or in the winter and will abide by whatever decision world governing body FIFA takes on the matter according to a senior official in Doha.
15 Oct 2013 : Injecting suicide into social media, a Chilean chemist left his country stunned Monday after programming a Twitter message to announce his own darkly choreographed death.
15 Oct 2013 : World Player of the Year Lionel Messi returned to full training with his Barcelona teammates on Monday for the first time since suffering a thigh injury two weeks ago.
15 Oct 2013 : Just before graduating from the University of Michigan, Calvin Schemanski began his start-up.
15 Oct 2013 : Rival Republican and Democratic Senate leaders Monday said they were optimistic they could agree a deal to stave off a debt default that would shred US credibility and rock the global economy.
15 Oct 2013 : BlackBerry is launching a campaign aiming to reassure its customers it intends to stay in business, brushing aside suggestions of its impending demise.
15 Oct 2013 : Russia and Poland on Monday marked the 70th anniversary of a revolt at the Sobibor death camp led by a Red Army officer, the biggest and most successful prisoner escape under the Nazi regime.
15 Oct 2013 : World powers gathered Monday for fresh talks with Iran on its controversial nuclear programme, seen as a test of a new mood since reputed moderate President Hassan Rouhani took office in August.
15 Oct 2013 : Italy on Monday denied charges of protectionism over a plan for the postal service to help fund troubled airline Alitalia but British Airways' parent company IAG condemned it as "illegal aid".
15 Oct 2013 : A Madrid court on Monday heard Spain's first lawsuit against German firm Grunenthal, the manufacturer of the morning sickness drug thalidomide which caused birth defects in thousands of babies.
15 Oct 2013 : France coach Didier Deschamps expressed his concerns at facing either Sweden or Portugal in the 2014 World Cup play-offs with Spain needing just a point to qualify automatically as group winners at home to Georgia on Tuesday.