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3 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
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.
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5 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
CAR manufacturer Toyota has been dealt a crushing below to its Australian operations after a court ruling knocked back a bid to put a new pay deal to employees.
10 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
Divers dressed as Santa Claus perform underwater at the Sunshine International Aquarium in Tokyo, and the Coex Aquarium in Seoul, South Korea, The annual show at both acuariums attracts visitors until Christmas Day.
14 hrs ago | CBC News
There is a growing gap between retirement incomes for private sector workers and public sector workers, critics say.
18 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
People gather during a demonstration against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday November 16, 2013.
22 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
HOLDEN will no longer receive $50 million from the State Government to keep it assembling cars in SA - the cash will now go to help retrenched workers.
Premier Christy Clark says her goal to transform British Columbia's economy into one of Canada's top job-creation engines has hit a rough patch, but she's not about to ditch her jobs plan or call it a lemon.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Newfoundland and Labrador will borrow $5 billion over 40 years to help finance the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project, Premier Kathy Dunderdale said Tuesday as she announced that the federal loan guarantee for the development is finalized.
Marijuana activist Dana Larsen says while a petition campaign to decriminalize pot fell short, it sparked a buzz across British Columbia and he's planning to fire up a second drive soon.
The Journal wants you to help decorate our Christmas Eve edition with pictures of your favourite ornament and the story that goes with it.
The extraordinary life of Nelson Mandela will be remembered by dignitaries from around the world today, with Prime Minister David Cameron set to be joined by his three surviving predecessors at a special commemoration service.
Thailand's premier called a snap election to try to defuse the kingdom's political crisis, but protesters vowed to keep up their "people's revolution" as an estimated 140,000 demonstrators flooded the streets of Bangkok.
So insular and sphinxlike has Prime Minister Stephen Harper become this past year that we, despised guttersnipes of the media, must resort to tea-leaf reading, gizzard dissection and palmistry to discern his intent.
A Toronto Star analysis has for the first time pulled together a detailed account of the range of recent cuts seen under Stephen Harper's government.