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Baan Saladin, Thailand (Reuters) - Thai junta leader Prayuth Chan-ocha rowed a boat across a pond dotted with lotus leaves, planted some rice stalks in a field and turned to villagers who had come to meet him in Baan Saladin village in central Thailand.
PARKLAND, Fla. (Reuters) - Florida's Republican-controlled Senate approved sweeping reforms to the state's gun law on Monday that raise the minimum purchase age and add a three-day waiting period in response to the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history last month.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A senior conservative lawmaker on Tuesday told Germany's Social Democrats they would jeopardise a hard-fought coalition agreement if they went overboard with spending plans for Europe.
NEW YORK: The US government has ordered a national security review of Singapore-based Broadcom Ltd's $117 billion bid for Qualcomm Inc, in an unusual move that prompted Qualcomm to delay its March 6 shareholder meeting.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Thousands of Czechs protested in Prague and other cities on Monday evening after parliament endorsed a Communist party lawmaker to head oversight of the police despite his past in a communist-era special unit.
FREETOWN (Reuters) - Sierra Leone will vote on Wednesday for a successor to President Ernest Bai Koroma in an election dominated by an economic crisis caused by a collapse in iron ore prices and an Ebola epidemic.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi aims to strengthen a centre-right coalition which won the most seats at a national election in Sunday in order to form a government, his party said in a statement on Monday.