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Mourners in Warsaw, 11/04
The body of Polish President Lech Kaczynski, who died along with 95 others when their jet crashed in Russia, arrives back in Warsaw.
People looking for their names on the electoral rollThe Great Barrier Reef
Sudan is holding its first multi-party elections for 24 years, but several major political figures are boycotting them.
Australia will press charges after a Chinese ship ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef after straying off its permitted route.
A demonstrator sits on top of an abandoned military vehicle in Bangkok, 11 AprilMourners hold pictures and the names of the 15 victims being buried at the meorial site in Kyrgyzstan
At least 20 people are now known to have died in clashes between Thai troops and opposition supporters in Bangkok.
Kyrgyz interim leader Roza Otunbayeva tells the US she will keep key military agreements days after a bloody uprising, the US says.
Coal miner William Hapney kneels at a memorial to honour dead miners  in Whitesville, West Virginia, 10 April  Donor Card
US President Barack Obama calls for an investigation into a mining disaster in West Virginia that killed 29 people.
A "shocking" NHS blunder that may have resulted in organs being wrongly removed from dead donors sparks an urgent review.

Reds defiant, 21 killed in clashes

Reds from a flyover at Ratchaprasong intersection look over at other protesters who continue to gather there on Sunday.
Red-shirts will continue their street protests at the Phan Fa Bridge and the downtown shopping area, as the toll from Saturday's attack by security forces rose to 21 dead and the government admitted live rounds were used, but never fired at protesters. (Photo by Somchai Poomlard)

Clashes toll rises to 21

11/04/2010 : The death toll from the violent clashes between anti-government demonstrators and authorities has moved up to 21, the Erawan emergency centre reported at 6pm on Sunday.

Tourism loses 35 bln baht

11/04/2010 : The tourism sector has lost more than 35 billion baht due to the intensifying mass anti-government rally and the bloody confrontations on Saturday between red-shirt protesters and security forces.
Asean leaders soft on most unruly member
Southeast Asian leaders have urged Burma’s military regime to hold “inclusive” elections ...
New Age People’s Party denies financial support from USDA
The New Age People’s Party leaders, keen on contesting the election, have denied ...

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