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BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai office worker Pinyo Tongleun, 33, once participated in "Yellow Shirt" protests against then-Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who was eventually ousted in a military coup in 2014.
BEAUFORT: NGO Solidariti Rakyat Sabah (Sorak) chairman Jamain Sarudin claims he was impersonated in a viral picture allegedly of him telling ethnic Brunei Malays that they were illegal immigrants if they supported the Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS).
The Kunitachi College of Music in Tachikawa, Tokyo, and the University of Tokyo have launched a unique research project to determine whether a humanoid robot can conduct an orchestra and elicit a performance with artistic expression.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel's left-wing parties said on Monday they would join forces ahead of a March 2 national election to regain dwindling influence in parliament and pose a fresh challenge to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
SYDNEY: Exhausted firefighters said they had finally brought Australia's largest "megablaze" under control on Monday (Jan 13), as wet weather promised to deliver much-needed respite for countryside ravaged by bushfires.
(Reuters) - World number one Rafa Nadal has called on tennis administrators to create one "big world team cup competition" instead of confusing fans by staging the ATP Cup and Davis Cup within two months of each other.
From tiredness-detecting driving glasses to shin guards that judge the performance of footballers – we've come a long way since the early days of the pulse-measuring smart watch.
The wedding hall was booked and home furnishing all bought but the bride – one of thousands of women to fall victim to an epidemic of high-tech voyeurism in South Korea – is not here.
Aurum Theatre by Golden Screen Cinemas takes movie-watching to an unparalleled height of excellence.
In the run-up to the election in Taiwan, candidates chose different cards to play – for example, people's livelihoods versus "political sovereignty". To secure a second term, Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Party played the "independence" card against the call for reunification, and used the "US card" to seek Washington's endorsement for their dirty game.