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Police said Unidentified gunmen shot dead two soldiers in an ambush in Thailand's southern province of Pattani on Saturday.Provincial police deputy commander Colonel Prabpal Mingmongkol told Reuters, The two military rangers were riding a motorcycle in civilian clothing when they were killed in the early evening in Pattani's Kapor district.He said the attackers took the soldiers' rifles after the attack.

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has been appointed governor of Ukraine's southern Odessa region.President Petro Poroshenko Announced the surprise move in the Black Sea port of Odessa saying Saakashvili had been granted Ukrainian citizenship.Saakashvili is widely credited with carrying out radical reforms in Georgia during his term in office in 2008 to 2013.However, current Georgian authorities accuse him of abuse of power and have demanded his extradition.

Invigorated by his FIFA election win, association president Sepp Blatter dismissed any suggestion that the American investigation into soccer corruption could lead to his door. Blatter insisted he had nothing to fear from the U.S. federal case, which alleged a $150 million bribe scheme in international football. Several senior FIFA officials have been arrested already, but Blatter shrugged off the notion that he could be next. In his first meeting with international media after the dual American and Swiss investigations rocked FIFA on Wednesday, Blatter dismissive saying:

It's down to the wire in the NBA finals: The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are heading for 2015's championship title. While we're still unsure which team will take the trophy, we definitely know who sweeps the style competition.After four weeks of brutal competition starting out with 16 of the league's best dressed players we have finally named the NBA's Best Dressed of 2015 — Dallas Mavericks player Tyson Chandler.Chandler told Mashable that his fashion sense developed over time, and that he enjoys finding creative ways to express his personality through his clothes. He said quote "for me it's about a tailored versatile look that can have you ready for any occasion."

In his bid for the White House, Martin O’Malley faces an obstacle even more formidable than Hillary Clinton’s political machine and a shortcoming that is far more fatal than his anemic poll numbers: the curse of Maryland.Only three of the original 13 colonies have not produced a president: Delaware, Rhode Island and O’Malley’s home state. But while the first two states have had their political ambitions handicapped by their miniscule size – Maryland has always been a perfectly average-sized state. The closest a Marylander has ever come to the White House electorally was former attorney general William Wirt, in 1832. As a candidate of the Anti-Masonic Party he won the state of Vermont, which then had seven electoral votes. He is still the only Maryland native to have been nominated by any political party for the presidency.

Egyptian authorities have freed an Egyptian American who was sentenced to life in prison and had been on hunger strike for over a year. He was forced to to renounce his Egyptian citizenship as a precondition of his release. Mohammed Soltan is the son of a prominent member of the now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood. He had been convicted on charges of financing an anti-government sit-in and spreading “false news”.

Saudi Arabia's branch of militant group Islamic State has said it wants to clear the Arabian Peninsula of Shi'ite Muslims. , the U.S.-based SITE monitoring center has reported ISIS also urged young men in the kingdom to join its cause.Islamic State claimed two suicide bombings carried out on May 22 and May 29 on Shi'ite mosques in eastern Saudi Arabia, where the bulk of the Saudi Arabia's Shi'ite minority lives. The attacks killed 25 people.According to Shi'ites In the 13-minute-long recording, the speaker said Islamic State had ordered its followers everywhere to quote "kill enemies of Islam, especially Shi'ites". SITE quoted the speaker as saying quote 'what then if they live with their disbelief in the peninsula of mohammed, referring to the Arabian Peninsula.

Golden State has what it takes to slay King James. Here’s why GSW will finish the playoffs strong, which continues on June 4.The Cavs do have the best player in the world - but sadly for LeBron, Golden State has the best tools in the league to contain him.Also, the Warriors have superior team chemistry. The Warriors’ core players are in their third consecutive playoff run together, while many players on Cleveland joined midway through the season.

Local news reports say former Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili has been appointed governor of Ukraine's troubled Odessa region.The region includes Odessa city, which has Ukraine's largest seaport. Although the city has not been hit by the fight between government forces and separatists in the east, tensions between nationalists and pro-Russians have been strong. Under Saakashvili, Georgia fought a short war with Russia in 2008. He faces accusations of abuse of power at home, and Ukraine last month rejected Georgia's request for his extradition.

Heart disease and depression often go hand in hand. Long-term studies have found that people with depression have a significantly higher risk of subsequent heart disease, and vice versa. Recent research shows the link happens at an early age and is probably caused by chronic inflammation.A new study in Psychosomatic Medicine by researchers looked at the scores of 865 young adults on a questionnaire that tests depression symptoms and other measures of mental health.After controlling for variables, they found participants with more symptoms of depression and anxiety had wider retinal arterioles than others, which could reflect the quality of blood vessels in their heart and brain. study co-author says they don't know if heart diseases causes depression or vice versa, but she adds depression and anxiety symptoms may identify youth at risk for cardiovascular disease.”

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy (Rah Hoy) says he's open to strategy changes for the first time since his party suffered big losses in local polls last weekend. The general elecdtion is still months away. Rajoy's center-right People's Party lost 2.5 million votes from four years ago in the municipal and regional polls. He did not detail whether he would reshuffle his cabinet or alter policies. The People's Party has been banking heavily on an economic recovery to secure a second term in office when the country votes in November, though the message has yet to convince voters.

A powerful and extremely deep earthquake struck near remote Japanese islands and shook Tokyo on Saturday. Offials said there was no danger of a tsunami, and no injuries or damage were immediately reported. The magnitude-8.5 offshore earthquake struck off the Ogasawara islands at 8:24 p.m. local time, at a depth of 370 miles.Officials say the quake was powerful enough to rattle large parts of Japan's main island of Honshu. There was no tsunami warning because the quake struck so far beneath the earth's surface.