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81. news | 09 Nov 2013
» The British broadcasting company BT Sport on Saturday announced that it has secured exclusive rights to televise all Champions League and Europa League matches for three seasons from 2015.
82. news | 21 Nov 2013
» Germany is set to introduce a national minimum wage, conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, giving in to a key demand by her likely centre-left governing partners.
83. news | 25 Oct 2013
» World football's governing body FIFA on Thursday defended itself after Brazilian federal prosecutors said they are seeking to avoid paying out some $500m of public money relating to spending on temporary structures a...
84. news | 06 Dec 2013
By Kyodo News
» TOKYO - The number of visitors to the observatory deck of Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest broadcasting tower at 634 metres, topped 10 million on Friday morning since its opening on May 22 last year, the tower'...
85. learning | 09 Jul 2011
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» Hundreds of complaints have been filed with the Election Commission ranging from the silly, Yingluck's cooking "violation", to the serious, a demand that the Phue Thai party be dissolved.
86. business | 28 Nov 2013
» True Corporation expects to earn 5.35 billion baht from asset sales to its 70-billion-baht telecommunications infrastructure fund in the first year of operation next year.
87. learning | 01 Jun 2011
» The Phue Thai Party is asking the Election Commission why it is printing 53 million ballots when there are only 47 million eligible voters in the country.
88. learning | 18 Sep 2012
» The Truth for Reconciliation Commission officially presented the results of its two-year investigation into the 2010 anti-government protests yesterday.
89. learning | 20 Sep 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» People are talking about the Truth for Reconciliation Commission's final report. Here's a start towards helping you enter the conversation.
90. learning | 17 Nov 2010
» Indonesia's corruption commission has powers that Thailand's could only dream of and actually puts corrupt government officials and MPs behind bars.