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Thai court denies bail for lawyer who called for monarchy reforms
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai court denied bail on Saturday for an activist lawyer sentenced to four years in prison for royal insults, his lawyer said, in one of the Southeast Asian country's highest-profile lese-majeste cases.
Ukraine shoots down 30 drones over south, centre, officials say
(Reuters) - Ukraine's air force shot down 30 out of 40 Iranian-made "Shahed" drones launched by Russia in an overnight attack on central and southern regions, regional and military officials said on Saturday.
Your ‘karma’ can make you money on Reddit
Just like your school physical education teacher said, what matters is your participation. And that holds true on Reddit, whose new monetisation system emphasises participating.
In Latin America, data centre plans fuel water worries
Google's plans for a second data centre in the region have irked drought-hit Uruguayans forced to make do with brackish tap water.
Forget Harry Styles. Riot Games is one of LA’s biggest stars headlining the Kia Forum
The roar of cheering fans echoed across the Kia Forum as singers took the stage beneath glimmering lights and flashes of flame to perform a dramatic opening act.
India's Jaishankar says Canada has 'climate of violence' for Indian diplomats
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said on Friday there was a "climate of violence" and an "atmosphere of intimidation" against Indian diplomats in Canada, where the presence of Sikh separatist groups has frustrated New Delhi.
Putin says Russian-held regions in Ukraine endorse their choice to join Moscow
(Reuters) - Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin said early on Saturday that residents of Moscow-held regions in Ukraine expressed their desire to be part of Russia in recent local elections, reaffirming referendums last year that Western countries denounced as illegal.
Video game buddies, banter and battles: Casual couch co-op chaos
Get ready for a riotous round up of co-op games that will have your friends and family laughing, shouting, and possibly questioning their life choices.
Slovaks choose between pro-Russian ex-PM Fico and pro-Western liberals
BRATISLAVA (Reuters) -Slovaks started voting on Saturday in a parliamentary election closely fought between former leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico, who has pledged to end military aid for neighbouring Ukraine, and pro-Western liberals.
Burkina Faso junta leader says no elections until the country safe for voting
OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Burkina Faso's junta leader, Ibrahim Traore, said on Friday that there would be no elections until the country was safe enough for everyone to vote.
Prosecutors charge suspect in 1996 shooting of US rapper Tupac Shakur
(Reuters) - A Nevada grand jury has indicted a former gang leader with the murder of hip-hop star Tupac Shakur three decades ago, a breakthrough in a case that was a defining moment in the history of rap.