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31. learning | 30 Nov 2010
» The Democrat Party survives and Abhisit Vejajjiva keeps his job as prime minister, but the technical nature of the Constitution Court’s decision fails to satisfy. Even Democrats sounded uneasy yesterday.
32. news | 27 Jan 2015
» The Islamic State jihadist group threatened Tuesday to kill a Japanese journalist and a Jordanian pilot within 24 hours unless Amman frees a jailed female militant.
33. news | 01 Jan 2015
» Authorities extended the operating hours at a Thai-Myanmar checkpoint in Mae Sot district on Thursday in preparation for the formation of Asean single market this year.
34. lifestyle | 15 Dec 2014
» Charles Duke was only 36 years old when he walked on the moon. The Apollo 16 astronauts stayed there for 71 hours and 14 minutes. He and John Young spent 20 hours exploring the rough lunar surface on a rover, collecting ...
35. news | 13 Dec 2014
» SYDNEY - Passengers on a flight from the United States to Australia endured an even longer journey than they were expecting when their plane was diverted and then spent eight hours waiting on the tarmac, reports said Sat...
36. learning | 25 Jun 2013
» Thais use web 16 hours a week & TV 10 hours, web 49% vs. TV 36%, but TV 69% of ad spending, web only 3%.
37. lifestyle | 23 Dec 2014
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» Oris is pleased to present the Oris Audi Sport Limited Edition, launched to celebrate the partnership between Oris and Audi Sport. Oris is the Official Watch Partner of the Audi Sport teams taking part in both the FIA W...
38. multimedia | 17 Jan 2015
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» Hours of affordable fun for the whole family in this long-running amusement and water park in Bangkok.
39. learning | 19 Sep 2012
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» Floods in Bangkok left cars waiting for hours. Small army of prisoners will help dredge canals, clean drains & drain water.
40. news | 30 Jan 2015
» BANGKOK - A German rights group said Thursday that it has been ordered by Thailand's junta to cancel a briefing on the health of the kingdom's media landscape, in a growing clampdown on freedom of expression.