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ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia's parliament passed legislation on Thursday aimed at curbing gun ownership after a surge in regional ethnic violence blamed on a proliferation of small arms in private hands.
A connected world means paying for gas with your voice and sensing when a plant needs water.
KAMPONG SPEU, Cambodia (AFP): Gripping her friend's shoulder as a truck packed with 30 Cambodian garment workers tears down a pot-holed street, Nguon Sanit says her days are bookended by fear of dying on the kingdom's treacherous roads.
MOGO, Australia (Reuters) - When everyone else in the Australian town of Mogo fled the flames that tore through surrounding bushland, Chad Staples didn't consider abandoning his family.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): The State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA) will host large-scale emergency exercises at the Phnom Penh International Airport this Friday (Jan 10), said its spokesman Chea Aun.
‘Bigger is better’: Massive in-vehicle screens are the new normal at San Diego International Auto Show
There's one similarity among the hundreds of shining new cars and trucks on display at the San Diego International Auto Show: their dashboard displays are getting bigger.
GENEVA (Reuters) - More than 3 million Syrian civilians are trapped in a war zone in the northwest of the country and utterly dependant on cross-border aid, the United Nations said on Tuesday, as it urged states to extend the mandate for that aid which expires in days.
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (Reuters) - For many of the soldiers, it would be their first mission. They packed up ammunition and rifles, placed last-minute calls to loved ones, then turned in their cellphones. Some gave blood.
SYDNEY: Australian insurance authorities have said the bill from the bushfires since September has risen to Aus$700mil (US$485mil). The Insurance Council of Australia said on Tuesday almost 9,000 claims have been made for destruction and damage so far.
TAINAN/TAOYUAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Two Taiwanese artists - one who paints with his fingers and the other embracing the Japanese manga style – are taking inspiration from the drama of the island's political scene ahead of a heated election on Saturday.