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The US warns al-Qaeda may be planning an attack in Yemen's capital, where US and UK embassies have been shut.

Petition against Iceland pay-out
Almost 25% of Iceland's voters sign a petition against a bill to repay foreigners who lost money in the Icesave banking collapse.

Fire guts parts of Ghana market
Fire destroys parts of one of Africa's biggest markets - at Kumasi in Ghana - the second fire there in less than a year.

The government is mulling ways to keep embattled Deputy Public Health Minister Manit Nopamornbodi in cabinet, as pressure increases on him to resign for his part in alleged mismanagement of an 86 billion baht health budget.

Southern deja vu

As they did in renewing the southern violence six years ago, extremists have again exploded bombs and torched six schools in the southernmost provinces.

Iran on the edge

EXCLUSIVE An ex-spy and aide to the supreme leader says the government is falling, and Teheran must move closer to the US.

Bouncing back

The 2004 tsunami widowed Trisha Broadbridge but the Australian is determined to see good come from the tragedy of 230,000 lost lives.

Burma Marks New Year with Pay Raise

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2 January 2010: A new salary increase for government employees will take effect on January 31, 2010, the Burmese Treasury Department has confirmed.

Chin Athletes Won Medals In SEA Games 2009

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30 December, 2009: Three Chin athletes representing Burma won four medals at the 25th SEA Games held in Vientiane, the capital city of Laos in December 2009.

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