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War in the city

Will Bangkok now become a battleground again, and how much damage will there be this time?

Group wants assurance that Iban-language Bibles be free of interference from state agencies

KUCHING: The Gempuru Besai Sarawak, which represents about 6,000 Iban-speaking congregations statewide, is urging the Federal Cabinet to immediately order the release of the Bahasa Malaysia and Iban Bibles seized by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) from the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM).

Drop the resolutions

1. I must meet up with my online friends

Seized Bibles to be released once paperwork verified, says Selangor exec councillor

KUCHING: The seized Malay and Iban Bibles could be released by the middle of this week, once the paperwork on importation has been verified, according to a Selangor executive councillor.

Defoe begins long goodbye from Spurs with typical goal

LONDON (Reuters) - England striker Jermain Defoe began his long goodbye from Tottenham Hotspur with his first Premier League goal of the season as the home side recovered from a poor first half to beat Crystal Palace 2-0 on Saturday.

Friends of Syria group urges opposition to attend Geneva talks

PARIS (Reuters) - The "Friends of Syria", an alliance of mainly Western and Gulf Arab countries who oppose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, urged opposition groups on Sunday to attend this month's peace talks, saying there was no other route to a political solution.

South Korean housewives 'more stressed'

Working mothers are healthier and less depressed, says study.

EU citizens force water debate onto agenda

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Water and who should provide it - the public or private sector - has become the first issue to be pushed onto Brussels' policy agenda via a new mechanism meant to involve ordinary people in EU decision-making.

Syrian women tell Brahimi they want role in peace talks

GENEVA (Reuters) - Syrian women's groups said on Monday they want international mediator Lakhdar Brahimi to give them a role in peace talks that are expected to begin next week.

Iran deal progress dampens push for new U.S. sanctions bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama is more likely to win his battle with the U.S. Congress to keep new sanctions on Iran at bay now that world powers and Tehran have made a new advance in talks to curb the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.