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  • Majority satisfied with Prayut govt

    01 Mar 2015 : A majority of people, more than 80%, are satisfied with the performance of the government under Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha during the past six months although it has some weak points, according to Suan Dusit Poll.

  • Majority satisfied with Prayut govt

    01 Mar 2015 : A majority of people, more than 80%, are satisfied with the performance of the government under Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha during the past six months although it has some weak points, according to Suan Dusit Poll.

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  • Four killed in Mogadishu suicide car bombing

    04 Jan 2015 : A huge car bomb blast shook Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Sunday after a suicide bomber struck an area close to the heavily-fortified international airport, killing four people, officials said.

  • Shiffrin dominates in Zagreb slalom

    04 Jan 2015 : US teenager Mikaela Shiffrin won her second World Cup slalom race of the season in Zagreb on Sunday with Austria's Kathrin Zettel in second and Nina Loeseth of Norway third.

  • Dakar Rally gets underway in Buenos Aires

    04 Jan 2015 : BUENOS AIRES - Spain's Marc Coma, defending the motorcycle title he won last year, got the 2015 Dakar Rally underway in Buenos Aires on Sunday morning.

  • Thai archbishop among new cardinals

    04 Jan 2015 : The Archbishop of Bangkok was among 20 new cardinals named by Pope Francis on Sunday to attend the elite group at the top of the Roman Catholic hierarchy who enter the conclave to choose his successor after his death or resignation. Among them are 15 who are under 80.

  • Panadda: 90% of complaints tackled

    04 Jan 2015 : More than 100,000 complaints have flooded in to the government’s problem solving centre over the past six months and 90.2% of them have been tackled, Prime Minister’s Office Minister ML Panadda Diskul said on Sunday.

  • De Villiers century gives South Africa edge

    04 Jan 2015 : A century by AB de Villiers and two early strikes by the bowlers gave South Africa the edge on the third day of the third and final Test against the West Indies at Newlands on Sunday.

  • Seeds tumble on opening day in Brisbane

    04 Jan 2015 : BRISBANE (AUSTRALIA) - The Brisbane International lost two of its top seeds Sunday when Germany's Andrea Petkovic and Jelena Jankovic of Serbia both crashed out of the season-opening tournament.

  • A decade of aid cash brings little cheer for Afghan orphans

    04 Jan 2015 : KABUL - International aid was meant to transform Afghanistan's welfare standards, but orphanages in Kabul reveal that the most vulnerable children, many left parentless by war, have seen little benefit from the billions of dollars spent.

  • Somyot urges CSD officer to give up

    04 Jan 2015 : National police chief Somyot Pumpanmuang says a senior crime fighter wanted in connection with the alleged criminal network of the former Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief is in danger and needs to turn himself in to face charges.

  • Bradman record has Sangakkara reconsidering retirement

    04 Jan 2015 : Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara is reconsidering retirement plans after his 203 against New Zealand Sunday put him one behind Australian legend Don Bradman for the most double centuries.

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