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Thais divided on lottery plan

BANGKOK, Thailand — Siripong Khwanthong sidles up to a lottery seller along a crowded street near Bangkok’s Patpong pleasure district, studies the selection and settles on a ticket ending in 37. Read more

Police brutality still plaguing Egypt, human rights group says

CAIRO — Police brutality is as common under newly elected President Mohammed Morsi as it was under the regime of Hosni Mubarak, a new study of incidents has found, raising questions about whether the uprising that toppled Mubarak and gave rise to the first democratic elections in Egypt’s history has had any impact on the issue that triggered the anti-Mubarak revolt. Read more