#Thai #court rules PM Yingluck must step down A Thai court found Prime Minister #Yingluck #Shinawatra #guilty of #violating the #constitution and said she had to step down, although ministers not implicated in the case can remain in office. Yingluck had abused her position by transferring the #National #Security #Council #chief to another post in 2011 #World #News #Thai #News @ #Dunya #News
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The gargantuan deal finally came to fruition after a decade of negotiations.
Putin speak after Ukraine deal President Barack Obama on Friday spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin as Washington pressed for swift implementation of a deal designed to end a s deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters.
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