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A man who allegedly assaulted Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard is carried into court on a stretcher in Aarhus, Denmark
A Somali man denies trying to kill the Danish cartoonist whose drawing of the Prophet Muhammad sparked uproar.

Afghan MPs reject Karzai names
Afghan MPs reject more than half of President Hamid Karzai's 24 nominees for his new cabinet, including a former warlord.
Teen depression 'linked to sleep'
Going to bed earlier protects teenagers against depression and suicidal thoughts, research suggests.

Rescue workers retrieve three bodies from the wreck of a car struck by a train, as authorities appealed to parents to help restrain young and reckless motorcyclists.

PM's appeal

Citizens should share the same goal of progress, says Mr Abhisit, and stop support anti-government demonstrators trying to hold the nation hostage.

Community in 5 years

Vietnam is taking over from Thailand as chairman of Asean, and appears determined to carry outr the plan to turn the group into a community as planned, by 2015.

Berry bad work

An expert warns that picking berries in Finland and Sweden is no picnic, and often is just a scam that cheats trusting villagers from the Northeast.

12-year-old stateless Mong Thongdee
Bright lights amid the gloom
31/12/2009 :
The year 2009 was a tough year, with social divisions, street protests, southern violence, border disputes and economic doldrums appearing in the news on an almost daily basis.

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