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BANGKOK (AP) — Desperate to defuse Thailand's deepening political crisis, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the lower house of Parliament on Monday and called for early elections. But the moves did nothing to stem a growing tide of more than 150,000 protesters vowing to overthrow her in one of the nation's largest demonstrations in years.
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Obama's day: Off to South Africa
President Obama leaves Monday for what looks like a relatively quick trip to South Africa to honor the late Nelson Mandela. The president and first lady Michelle Obama are scheduled to attend a memorial service for Mandela in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
Nelson Mandela memorial: World leaders to honour anti-apartheid icon
Mandela death: 'Day of prayer' in South Africa
South African police prepare for Mandela ceremony
Major tech companies push for limits on government surveillance
(Reuters) - Eight U.S. web giants have joined hands to start a public campaign for new limits on how governments collect user information amid concerns of growing online surveillance. The companies -- Google Inc, Microsoft Corp, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc, ...
Tech Titans Band Together in Effort to Limit Government Surveillance
Google: Online government surveillance could 'hit economy'
Google, Apple and Microsoft Agree: NSA Spying Undermines Freedom
Ukraine protesters maintain blockade in central Kiev
Thousands of protesters have spent the night in freezing cold in the centre of the Ukrainian capital Kiev, after Sunday's huge anti-government rally. A group of protesters smashed the city's statue of the Russian revolutionary leader Lenin, and brought its ...
Ukraine riot police take up position near Kiev's occupied city hall
The major players in Ukraine's protests
Yanukovych, three former Ukrainian presidents to discuss finding solution to crisis
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