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1. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The Public Health Ministry has revised its target to reduce the death toll from road accidents after the original target proved too ambitious.
2. news | 15 Oct 2013
» The cabinet on Tuesday agreed to make Monday, Dec 30, a special holiday for government employees to stimulate tourism during the New Year festival, reports said.
3. tech | 24 Nov 2013
» When Georgia Benjamin goes holiday shopping this year, her smartphone will be her guide, pointing her to the items she is seeking and the best deals.
4. news | 14 Oct 2013
» Bombings in Iraq killed 20 people Sunday and brought the year's toll to more than 5,000 dead in a surge in violence that authorities have failed to curb, officials said.
5. learning | 21 Feb 2013
About the floods
» After the 2011 floods villagers just needed their road repaired (not a mega project) but they are still waiting more than a year later.
6. news | 21 Nov 2013
» A car bomb ripped through a packed food market north of Baghdad on Thursday, killing 30 people, as Iraq's death toll for 2013 from a surge in violence nationwide capped 5,800.
7. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Christmas is not officially a holiday in Thailand, but a Bangkok shopping mall has tapped into the holiday spirit with a publicity stunt involving 852 schoolchildren dressed in green and red hoodies.
8. learning | 24 Nov 2010
Easy English news
» The casualty toll of Monday’s stampede at a water festival in Cambodia’s capital of Phnom Pehn continues to rise.
9. opinion | 11 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» They came from different places in Laos. All 26 of them. They also had the same dream to work in Thailand and send money home. On Monday, their dream was shattered when the pickup truck that was transporting them lost co...
10. business | 28 Nov 2013
» Nearly 2.2 million passengers are expected to go through Thailand's six major airports during the seven-day New Year holiday season when airlines boost flights to cater to surging travel demand.