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BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of the 109 Uighurs returned to China from Thailand last month attacked Thai and Chinese police while being taken aboard a flight back to Xinjiang, as they believed they would be executed on their return, Xinjiang's government said on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Finance Ministry has been taken to task for not reporting back to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on the progress of its recommendations to the various Government ministries.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The number of people displaced by the violence in Yemen has more than doubled from the previous estimate of 150,000 on April 17, the U.N. humanitarian agency OCHA said on Tuesday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean college student arrested by North Korea for illegal entry said he was hoping for a “great event” to help strengthen relations between the diplomatic rivals and acknowledged he had broken the law, CNN reported on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Although Pakatan Rakyat is no more, PAS has revived its call for the Opposition to be united, in light of a number of controversies plaguing the nation.
SINGAPORE: A pack of stray dogs turned up at a Mexican woman's funeral - to bid her farewell in a gesture of gratitude for the kindness she had showed them.
WHY did nine million women in the United Kingdom fail to vote at the last election? Labour quotes figures that suggest nearly a million fewer women than men voted – although others think the gap might be smaller, taking account of demographics. But since women had to struggle so hard to get the vote, shouldn’t they be first in the queue at the polling booths?
VARANASI, India (Reuters) - As India launches an $18 billion (13.18 billion pounds) plan to spread the information revolution to its provinces, the problems it faces are a holdover from the past - electricity shortages, badly planned, jam-packed cities, and monkeys.