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Laws to protect children

From PREMA DEVARAJ, Programme Consultant, Women’s Centre for Change

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Thai migrant crisis meeting ends without any solution on offer

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand called on Friday for concerted action to tackle "irregular" migration in the Indian Ocean, but no substantial solutions emerged from a regional meeting aimed at preventing this year's "boat people" tragedies in which hundreds drowned.

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Rome fights its demons as Holy Year approaches

ROME, (Reuters) - Rome is bracing for the arrival of millions of pilgrims for the Roman Catholic Holy Year which officials had hoped could revitalise the scandal-plagued city, but which threatens to be more of a headache than a help.

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China vows copyright protection for online news media

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will crack down on illegal reproduction of online news, the country's media watchdog said, days after an influential Chinese news magazine complained publicly about what it described as unauthorised republishing of its stories.

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Men’s World Team Squash Championship in Cairo called off

KUALA LUMPUR: The Men’s World Team Squash Championship in Cairo, Egypt from Dec 12-18 has been postponed.

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Forget 'smart' new cities; India needs old ones to be less dumb

NEW DELHI/BENGALURU, India (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has grand designs to build 100 futuristic 'smart' cities in India, but as this week's devastating flooding in Chennai shows, fixing today's accident-prone metropolises appears to be the more pressing task.

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With Schengen under threat, Greece accepts EU help

BRUSSELS/IDOMENI (Reuters) - Greece asked for European help on Thursday to secure its borders and care for crowds of migrants, defusing threats from EU allies to bar it from the passport-free Schengen zone if it failed to get a grip.

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Migrant dies on Greek-Macedonian border in second day of clashes

IDOMENI, Greece (Reuters) - A Moroccan was electrocuted to death on the Greek-Macedonian border on Thursday in the second straight day of clashes between police and migrants stranded on the Greek side for weeks.

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Central Europeans set up group to keep Schengen zone alive

PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland rejected on Thursday the idea of limiting the European Union's visa-free area to a smaller number of countries and will invite other EU members to help them fight for its survival.

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Public spending on migrants to boost Norway's economy - statistics agency

OSLO (Reuters) - An extra billion dollars spent on the tens of thousands of migrants arriving in Norway this year will stimulate the economy although increased public spending would need to be reined in at a later point, the statistics agency said on Thursday.