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Thailand King on Facebook: Crop Top Pics Spark Showdown Between Govt, Social Site

Newsmax Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Thailand's Facebook servers remain on — for now — after the social network faced pressure from the country's government to take down video clips and images of someone resembling the king walking through a shopping mall in a crop top.
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News video: Bad Taste: Burger King in court over ads at Dachau concentration camp

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The administration of the Dachau concentration camp museum in Germany has taken Burger King to court, after the fast food chain's local branch refused to stop handing out flyers at the site. The branch manager had reportedly ignored repeated requests to stop. RT's Paula Slier has more...

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