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World NowThe upper house of Russia’s parliament voted to broaden the definition of espionage and high treason, continuing what many activists view as a crackdown on dissent in the country....
World NowThe Chinese equivalent of Twitter has blocked remarks from Hillary Clinton that implicitly swiped at human rights abuses in China, according to a Hong Kong group that monitors Chinese media....
World NowAs Hillary Clinton made the first trip to Laos by a U.S. Secretary of State in nearly six decades, activists urged the U.S. to step up its spending to clear the vast stretches of Lao land still littered with unexploded American bombs left over from its...
L.A. at HomeLos Angeles artist Pauline Boyd creates her Counterpane quilts by hand in her Silver Lake studio....
World NowAs the Greece Parliament prepares to vote on austerity measures, the nation sees a nationwide strike and a wave of Cabinet resignations over demands by the European Union for ever-deeper spending cuts....
TribLocal - ElmhurstIt’s been a long time since anyone asked about Patrick R. Curran, a U.S. Marine Corps bombardier navigator who was reported missing in action over …...
Brand XWinter seemed to drag on and on for Angelenos this year. Crippled by a series of cold, rainy days, our city's citizens are raring for some serious beach bumming and sunshine. These welcomed months also mean it's time to start making summer travel plans....
The Daily MirrorDec. 31, 1960: Most crime, except for drunk driving, increased in 1960, according to Police Chief William H. Parker. The 4.2% decrease in DUI was probably due to longer jail sentences, Parker said. "In other words, it takes habitual drunkards......
The Daily MirrorNov. 7, 1959: A U.N. group finds no proof that Laos had been invaded by communist troops from North Viet-Nam but discovers that Laotian rebels were supplied by Viet-Nam Reds. You may hear more about Viet-Nam in the days ahead -- much more. A House...
The Nation, Bangkok, Thailand / Asia News NetworkBANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) -- A government handout photo shows Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, right, shaking hands with Lao Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong during the second Thai-Lao Joint Cabinet meeting in Chiang Mai yesterday. Thailand...
Tags: Politics, Thailand, Government, Yingluck Shinawatra, Germany
VarietyGotham-based distributor Kino Lorber has picked up all U.S. and Canadian rights to "The Rocket," Kim Mordaunt's feature that bowed at Berlin and scored a hat-trick of kudos at the Tribeca Film Festival. Distributor plans a national theatrical release for...
The Bangkok PostKrungsri Consumer, an unsecured-loan lender under Bank of Ayudhya (BAY), plans to commence its auto and personal loan joint venture in Laos in July. BAY's two financial arms _ Krungsri Consumer and Ayudhya Capital Auto Lease (Krungsri Auto) _ each own...
Tags: Consumers, Credit and Debt, Thailand, Bangkok (Thailand), Loans
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