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81. news | 19 Apr 2013
» A New Zealand politician whose humorous speech to parliament backing gay marriage has become an Internet hit said Friday he was staggered at the response to his words.
82. news | 17 Apr 2013
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» Parliament resumes tomorrow after the Songkran break, and with only two days left before the end of the session, several controversial issues are set to spark heated debate in the House.
83. learning | 25 Jan 2012
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» Politicians dump 1997 crisis debt on banking sector with tax on bank deposits (govt banks exempt) law made in cabinet, not parliament.
84. opinion | 16 Apr 2013
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» Parliament returns on Thursday, but with just two days left in the session, it is unlikely to accomplish more than a few routine cleanup chores. One would think it best to take care of old business, but word is that a gr...
85. learning | 27 Jul 2012
» Tonight’s London 2012 opening ceremony will exceed your expectations, thrilled members of the audience for the final rehearsal said yesterday.
86. learning | 28 Mar 2012
» Gang members pretending to be police & bank officials earned 7% after getting Taiwanese people to transfer money to bank accounts.
87. news | 29 Apr 2013
» Members of the "group of people's radio media for democracy" rallied in front of the Constitution Court for the eighth day on Monday, demanding that the nine judges resign en masse.
88. news | 23 Apr 2013
» The tiny Himalayan country of Bhutan begins electing a new parliament on Tuesday for only the second time in its history, five years after the Buddhist monarchy gave up its absolute power.
89. tech | 20 Apr 2013
» Japan's parliament on Friday lifted a ban on Internet electioneering, permitting candidates and their supporters to tweet, use Facebook and update their websites on the campaign trail.
90. multimedia | 20 May 2013
» Riot police and members of a pro-al Qaeda Islamist group clash in Tunis. Andrew Raven reports. - REUTERS