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  • Japan deports Sri Lankans, Vietnamese

    20 Dec 2014 : TOKYO — Japan has deported 26 Sri Lankans and six Vietnamese aged 25 to 64 for illegally staying in the country, the Justice Ministry's Immigration Bureau said Friday.

  • King reports 'greatest news'

    20 Dec 2014 : The greatest news for Bangkok people in 2014 was reports on Their Majesties, a poll has found.


    Activist urges drink-driving crackdown

    20 Dec 2014 : The authorities are being urged to get tough on drink drivers to curb road accidents during the New Year holidays.

  • Gold steady but outlook murky

    20 Dec 2014 : Gold prices were unchanged at its opening at 9.28am on Saturday.

  • Attack could cost Sony $500m

    20 Dec 2014 : LOS ANGELES - The devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures could see the Hollywood studio lose hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and incur massive recovery costs, experts say.

  • FCA recalls 3.3m autos for airbags

    20 Dec 2014 : NEW YORK - FCA US, formerly Chrysler, announced Friday it will recall 3.3 million older-model autos worldwide due to concerns about faulty Takata airbags.

  • Mother arrested over deaths in Australia

    20 Dec 2014 : The mother of most of the eight children reportedly found stabbed to death in a house in the Australian city of Cairns has been arrested for murder, police said Saturday.

  • N. Korea denies Sony cyber attack

    20 Dec 2014 : UNITED NATIONS - North Korea's UN mission on Friday denied involvement in a cyber attack on Sony Pictures after the US FBI said it had evidence that Pyongyang was behind the hacking.

  • Prayut offers Suzuki Cup tips

    19 Dec 2014 : Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Friday offered tips for the Thai team ahead of their crucial match against Malaysia in the return leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup.

  • Fifa to publish graft report

    19 Dec 2014 : MARRAKECH — Fifa's executive committee has voted to allow publication of an investigative report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, president Sepp Blatter said on Friday.

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