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Thailand: 26 bodies exhumed from a mass clandestine grave

2018-10-08T21:10:58+00:00By |Tags: , , , , , , |

Twenty-six bodies were exhumed from a mass grave in the jungle, in the south of Thailand. Most probably illegal clandestine from Burma and Bangladesh trafficking. Only two emaciated survivors were saved. "We have a total of 26 bodies," said Jarumporn Suramanee, head of forensic science. He added that the cause of the death and possible

Indonesia: EU and Australia call not to carry out executions

2018-10-08T21:16:52+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

Indonesia: EU and Australia call not to carry out executions The nine convicts who live their last hours, were placed in solitary rooms in the prison complex on the island of Nusakambangan, "Indonesian Alcatraz". The European Union, France and Australia today called Indonesia not to carry out the executions of nine death row set in

High speed train from the future exceeded the speed of 600km/h

2018-10-08T21:29:30+00:00By |Tags: , , , , |

A prototype of the future Japanese electromagnetic levitation high speed train reached on Tuesday the speed 603 km/hour, a world record, the company said Central Japan Railways. The test, with people on board, was held in the morning. "The pace of 603 km/h was maintained for 10.8 seconds" when going through a tunnel, said a

Death row appeal fails: Australian ‘Bali Nine’ drug smugglers face execution

2018-10-08T21:35:41+00:00By |Tags: , , |

Jakarta (CNN) An Indonesian court has rejected a bid by two Australian drug smugglers -- members of the so-called "Bali Nine" -- to challenge their planned executions. Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are awaiting death by firing squad on Indonesia's so-called "execution island" for their role in a failed 2005 heroin smuggling plot. A panel

Singapore mourns founding father Lee Kuan Yew

2018-10-08T21:54:41+00:00By |Tags: , |

(BBCnews) - Singapore has begun seven days of national mourning following the death of its founding father, Lee Kuan Yew. Mr Lee, who was 91, led Singapore's transformation from a small port city to one of the wealthiest nations in the world. World leaders have paid tribute to Mr Lee, who served as the city-state's