KOTKA, Finland: Finland on Tuesday tore down its last public statue of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin, as dozens gathered in the southeastern city of Kotka to watch its removal.
PARIS: Liverpool eased to a comfortable 2-0 win in the 'Battle of Britain' against Rangers in the Champions League group games on Tuesday while Napoli underlined their credentials with an impressive 6-1 thrashing of Ajax in Amsterdam.
Gold prices rebounded sharply to pass US$1,700 an ounce as the US dollar weakened and recently released US economic data were worse than expected.
The main opposition Pheu Thai Party has urged the Election Commission to revise electioneering regulations during the 180-day period prior to the end of the House of Representatives' term to allow MPs to hand out relief items to flood victims.
The Credit Card Club, a unit of the Thai Bankers' Association, plans to meet with the Bank of Thailand to share information about the credit card market to address the regulator's concerns over rising household debt stemming from unsecured loans.