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  1. Huge Anti-Government Protests in Malaysia Continue For a Second Day - TIME


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    Huge Anti-Government Protests in Malaysia Continue For a Second Day
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    Protesters exercise during a rally organised by pro-democracy group "Bersih" (Clean Athit Perawongmetha — Reuters Protesters exercise during a rally organised by pro-democracy group "Bersih" (Clean) near Dataran Merdeka in Malaysia's capital city of ...
    Pressure mounts on Malaysian PM as protests spill into second dayTimes of India
    Huge Malaysia Rally for Najib's Resignation Enters 2nd DayABC News
    Malaysia protests: Pressure mounts on PM Najib Razak as democracy ...ABC Online
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  2. Thai police hunt more suspects after Bangkok bomb arrest - The Guardian


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    Thai police hunt more suspects after Bangkok bomb arrest
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    A Thai Royal Police photo showing an unidentified suspect, in Bangkok, on Saturday. Police say the man is being held for being allegedly involved with the bomb attack, at the Hindu Erawan Shrine on 17 August. Photograph: Thai Royal Police/EPA. Reuters.
    Bangkok bombing: Who are the Turkish terrorist group the Grey Wolves?Sydney Morning Herald
    Foreign suspect stays mum : PrawutBangkok Post
    Bangkok bomb suspect uncooperative: Thai army chiefBusinessWorld Online Edition

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  3. Greste calls for Sisi pardon after Egypt jails Al-Jazeera journalists - Times LIVE


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    Greste calls for Sisi pardon after Egypt jails Al-Jazeera journalists
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    Al Jazeera reporter Peter Greste of Australia talks during an interview with Reuters in Sydney, Australia May 29, 2015. Al Jazeera reporter Peter Greste, deported after spending 400 days in an Egyptian jail on charges that included aiding a terrorist ...
    Al Jazeera retrial: Peter Greste calls for presidential pardon from Sisi after ...ABC Online
    Egypt sentences three journalists to prisonPhilly.com
    Peter Greste calls on world to step up pressure on Egypt over sentenceSydney Morning Herald
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  4. Cries of 'Revolution' at Lebanon rubbish rally - euronews


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    Cries of 'Revolution' at Lebanon rubbish rally
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    It started as a protest against rubbish piling up. Now they are chanting 'Revolution'. Back on the streets of Beirut again on Saturday night, thousands of people denounced political paralysis – claiming those in charge of Lebanon are incompetent and ...
    As #YouStink protests heat up, Lebanese doubtful over political changeAl-Arabiya
    Thousands of Lebanese hold 'You Stink' campaign against Govt.Business Standard
    Thousands stage protest in Beirut against garbage crisis, Lebanese governmentAl-Bawaba
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  5. Migrant crisis: Children found in van in Austria 'recovering' - BBC News


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    Migrant crisis: Children found in van in Austria 'recovering'
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    Three children are recovering in hospital in Austria after being rescued from a minivan containing 26 migrants. Police said the severely dehydrated children would not have lasted much longer in the cramped vehicle. Separately, four men appeared in ...
    3 children among migrants crammed into bus are hospitalized in AustriaTimes LIVE
    Austrian police intercept truck containing 26 migrants, arrest driverABC Online
    Refugee children, close to death, found in van in AustriaReuters
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