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Thai PM Shinawatra survives confidence vote as protests continue

Thai PM Shinawatra survives confidence vote as protests continue

Nov 28, – Yingluck Shinawatra has survived a no-confidence vote lodged by Thailand’s opposition comparatively comfortably. Politicians voted in Bangkok in the midst of street protests against the Thai government. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra received 297 votes of support in Thursday’s no-confidence vote, while 134 members of parliament voted against the government. Yingluck’s embattled government […]

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Passenger jet crashes in Russian city of Kazan, 50 killed

Passenger jet crashes in Russian city of Kazan, 50 killed

Nov 17, Moscow — A Boeing 737 belonging to a domestic Russian airline crashed Sunday while attempting to land at an airport in western Tatarstan, killing all 50 people on board, Russia’s emergency situations ministry said. “According to preliminary information, all the people on board the flight, 44 passengers and six crew members, were killed,” […]

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