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  1. 'Jihadi John' identified

    International news

    'Jihadi John' identified

    27 Feb 2015 : "Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State group militant apparently responsible for beheading a series of Western hostages, was named on Thursday as Kuwaiti-born London computer programmer Mohammed Emwazi.

  2. Robot hand almost as good as the old real hand (with video)

    About technology

    Robot hand almost as good as the old real hand (with video)

    26 Feb 2015 : Mind-controlled bionic hand can do everyday tasks such as pick up a ball, pouring water from jug, use key, cut food with knife or use two hands to undo buttons.

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  1. Drug dealers in prison

    Easy English news

    Drug dealers in prison

    29 Apr 2012 : Being in prison is inconvenient, but it has not stopped major drug dealers from carrying out a very profitable business.

  2. The American who built a Thai business empire

    About business

    The American who built a Thai business empire

    27 Apr 2012 : U.S.-born (but now Thai) businessman William E. Heinecke, among the richest in Thailand, explains his business strategy.

  3. Flood prevention: Big money construction projects?

    About the floods

    Flood prevention: Big money construction projects?

    27 Apr 2012 : Large expensive construction projects the government focus, rather than using Bangkok's extensive ancient canals that already exist.

  4. Shan drug lord arrest across from Chiang Rai

    About crime

    Shan drug lord arrest across from Chiang Rai

    27 Apr 2012 : Shan drug lord wanted by China for murder of 13 boat crew members on the Mekong sent to China immediately after arrest in Laos.

  5. ‘Symbolic reconciliation’

    General news

    ‘Symbolic reconciliation’

    27 Apr 2012 : The PM’s visit to General Prem yesterday was full of symbolism but it remains to be seen if reconciliation will result. Opinions vary.

  6. Ageing rail line breaking down

    Easy English news

    Ageing rail line breaking down

    27 Apr 2012 : The SRT governors admits 60 percent of nation's rail tracks are old and could cause more derailments like the one at Don Muang last Tuesday, but replacing them will be a long-term process.

  7. Words in the news

    defy

    27 Apr 2012 : to refuse to obey or accept someone or something ฝ่าฝืน,ไม่เชื่อฟัง, เป็นปฏิปักษ์ต่อ

  8. California WOW: Slow death for fitness operator?

    About business

    California WOW: Slow death for fitness operator?

    26 Apr 2012 : Years of consumer complaints over broken contracts & below standard services may be ending in bankruptcy court as Bangkok Bank sues.

  9. Adding value to food crops

    About agriculture

    Adding value to food crops

    26 Apr 2012 : When pineapples & other crops are in oversupply, prices fall & farmers lose money. Innovative food products can put crops to better use & avoid oversupply.

  10. Drivers and traffic cops, an uneasy relationship

    General news

    Drivers and traffic cops, an uneasy relationship

    26 Apr 2012 : Witnessing a traffic accident caused Bangkok Post feature writer Napamon Roongwitoo to start thinking seriously about Bangkok traffic and those who are supposed to keep it safe.

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