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A year after coup, Thai opposition resists junta rule

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Ireland votes in world's first referendum on same-sex marriage

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Latest update : 2012-12-05

Strauss-Kahn expected to settle with US sex accuser Diallo

It was a scandal that shocked France and destroyed hopes that the IMF chief could one day become French president. Dominique Strauss-Kahn's reputation was left in tatters when a chambermaid at a New York hotel accused him of attempted rape in May 2011. Although criminal charges were dropped, he's now expected to reach a financial settlement with Nafissatou Diallo, before facing allegations of "aggravated pimping" back in France.

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2015-05-22 Ireland

Ireland votes in world's first referendum on same-sex marriage

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2015-05-21 France

Mother of French terror victim seeks to open minds

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2015-05-18 Japan

Japan's pacifism under threat

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