Thai PM to be charged over protest death
Former Thai PM Abhisit Vejjajiva is to be charged with murder over the death of a taxi driver shot by soldiers during political violence.
Burma firm gets TV right for English football games
Burma's firm has bought TV rights for the English Premier league football games, benefiting from the easing of sanctions against the Asian country.
Burma's SkyNet will now show all the matches in the next two seasons. Read More
Washington Accuses Bank of America of Fraud
The U.S. government is suing the Bank of America, seeking more than one billion dollars for alleged fraud in the sale of home mortgages.The Bank of America is a private company and the second-largest bank in the United States.The bank bought Countrywide mortgage company, which is accused of selling thousands of fraudulent loans to mortgage-finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. diamond. Read More
London Court Opens Trial of 3 British Islamists Accused of Bomb Plot
Three British Islamists are on trial in Britain, facing accusations of plotting terrorist attacks that could have been deadlier than the 2005 London transit bombings.
Prosecutor Brian Altman told a high-security London court Monday the three defendants planned to detonate up to eight rucksack bombs in a suicide attack or set off timer bombs in crowded areas. He said the plot was “on a scale potentially greater” than the July 7, 2005 bombings that killed 52 people on London's underground train and Read More
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Pakistan's threat within - the Sunni-Shia divide
About 20 men dressed as Pakistani soldiers boarded a bus bound for a Muslim festival outside this mountain town and checked the identification cards of the passengers. They singled out 19 Shi'ites, drew weapons and slaughtered them, most with a bullet to the head.
A man in Watertown, Massachusetts, is arrested after being ordered to strip completely naked.