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A three-year-old Cambodian boy has died of bird flu, the health ministry said on Friday, in the country's second fatality this year.
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Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
Overall leader Mirsama Pourseyedigolakhour wore yellow again Thursday morning while awaiting the start of stage 8 at the Tour de Langkawi in Kuantan, Malaysia.
TOMS could be considered the pioneer of the one-for-one model, an idea that has quickly spread to other industries, and could now even become commonplace in the real estate market.
Army commander Prayuth Chan-ocha's tougher stance towards the political stalemate resulted from the so-called "Lanna separatism" issue and now the political mercury is soaring.
Brunei's ruling sultan on Thursday hit back at foreign criticism of the looming implementation of a form of Islamic Shariah law that includes harsh penalties, saying the new penal code was a "great achievement" for the country.
Human traffickers have kept hundreds of Rohingya Muslims captive in houses in northern Malaysia, beating them, depriving them of food, and demanding a ransom from their families, according to detailed accounts by the victims.
Two Thai women arrested in Phnom Pehn last year after a cocaine bust at the airport and later charged with smuggling are now on trial in a Cambodian court.
Among Neil Groundwater's travels were temples and monuments during the early mornings and late afternoons, when the colors and shadows accented the landscapes.
Free WiFi will be available in all corners of six major airport terminals from April, Airports of Thailand Plc said on Wednesday.
Southeast Asia overtook China in inward foreign direct investments last year as China's workforce peaked and wages increased, according to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Jose Belo was shackled, hung upside down, electrocuted, beaten, burnt and jailed for three years in the mid-1990s because of his resistance to Indonesia's brutal occupation of East Timor.
Some people seem to think that "racism" is entirely a white phenomenon. Of course that is not true.
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Begin in Thailand's capital, the chaotic nature of which provides a good excuse to retreat to the jungle and countryside to experience the country's rural charms and to relax at the end with a few blissful beach days.
The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship on Tuesday announced plans to hold a rally in Chiang Mai this Saturday as part of ongoing counter-protests against the People's Democratic Reform Committee .