Anti-government protesters have forced the evacuation of Thailand's top crime-fighting agency, on the fourth day of street demonstrations.
The marchers, who want the government to step down, targeted a complex of government offices outside the city.
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Google Inc (GOOG.O) will offer a prepaid debit card that will allow consumers to purchase goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATM machines, the Internet company said on Wednesday.
The card, which is only available in the United States, lets consumers access the funds stored in their Google Wallet accounts.
No-one keeps Zahi Hawass, the controversial archaeologist described as Egypt's Indiana Jones, waiting.
Not even Beyoncé. Dr Hawass, Egypt's former head of antiquities and gatekeeper of the Pyramids, banished Beyoncé from the ancient site after he was sickened by what he described as the star's rudeness.
China has told the United States to butt out of a territorial dispute with Japan in the East China Sea after Washington warned that a military claim by Beijing to airspace in the region raises the risk of "misunderstanding and miscalculations."
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Cheering crowds have welcomed home the Iranian negotiators who secured a nuclear deal with world powers, while Israel called it a "historic mistake".
US President Barack Obama telephoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, seeking to reassure him of Washington's commitment to Israel.
The University of Nicosia announced it will be the world's first to accept bitcoins as tuition payment.
The university, which is the largest on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, is also launching a digital currency course to better understand how bitcoin works.
The 14th annual Latin Grammys will broadcast Thursday night from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas with a chorus of voices recognizable to both English- and Spanish- speaking music fans.
The awards show will be broadcast on Univision and hosted by Mexican singer-actress Lucero. The ceremony will include 48 awards in 19 categories.
Japanese fans of President John F. Kennedy took photos with his portrait, folded paper cranes and watched his inaugural ceremony on a monitor Friday to express admiration on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
"If he had lived longer, things might have been different," said Teruo Nasu.