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Safe exit offer in Thailand
SINGAPORE: Thailand's security forces on Sunday promised a safe passage, until 3 p.m. on Monday, for unarmed protesters to leave their encircled campsite in Bangkok's commercial district. A team of civilian and security officials as also ...

It's ash again over European skies
LONDON: In a replay of last month's travel chaos, hundreds of passengers had their travel plans disrupted on Sunday after a number of major airports across the U.K. were closed because of renewed threat from Icelandic volcanic ash that caused ...

U.S. church to have lesbian bishop
Washington: Reverend Mary Douglas Glasspool, an openly lesbian and partnered priest of the United States Episcopal Church, was elected to the office of bishop in the Diocese of Los Angeles over the weekend. This makes her the first lesbian ...

Oil plumes suggest spill larger than thought
Washington: Scientist have discovered enormous plumes of oils lurking beneath the surface of the water after leaking out of the critically damaged Deepwater Horizon rig. The plumes, which scientists said measured 16 km long and over a km wide, ...

WAR ON WORDS
Keep it short and sweet: Xi


Iran frees French lecturer
DUBAI: Iran has freed Clotilde Reiss, French lecturer charged with spying following last June's disputed presidential elections. Ms. Reiss was sentenced to 10 years in prison for spying and e-mailing photographs of the post-election ...

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