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1. learning | 27 Apr 2012
» Shan drug lord wanted by China for murder of 13 boat crew members on the Mekong sent to China immediately after arrest in Laos.
2. learning | 08 Feb 2013
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» Bangkok Post photograph Patipat Janthong crossed into the Shan State of Myanmar to cover National Day celebrations, held openly for the first time since a truce was signed with the Myanmar government.
3. learning | 20 Feb 2013
» Likened to searching for Osama bin Laden, China was prepared to use drones after drug lord killed 13 Chinese sailors in Golden Triangle.
4. learning | 09 Feb 2012
» Boat hijacking by Shan drug gang may be behind killing of 13 Chinese crew last year. Tighter security & joint patrol is the response.
5. news | 07 Jan 2015
» A top commander of the notorious Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel army has surrendered and is now in the custody of US forces, the Ugandan army confirmed Wednesday.
6. news | 21 Dec 2014
» A helicopter from the 4th Army crashed in Muang district of Yala province on Sunday afternoon while on patrol to help people hit by floods, injuring four people including the two pilots, Lt Gen Prakarn Cholayuth, the 4th...
7. news | 09 Dec 2014
» Army chief Udomdej Sitabutr yesterday brushed aside a warning from former prime minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh over a possible counter-coup, saying the army strongly backs the country's current leaders.
8. news | 03 Dec 2014
» Engine and transmission failure caused the crash of an army Bell 212 helicopter that killed a 3rd Army deputy commander and eight other officers last month, army chief Udomdej Sitabutr said Wednesday.
9. learning | 27 Sep 2012
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» The army’s 350 million-baht blimp has never been put in service and it costs 25 million baht a year to maintain. Now, the army is about to spend 50 million more baht to finally get it into the air.
10. learning | 24 Mar 2011
» Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has apologised for the army's "lack of understanding and care" that led to large numbers of deaths in the Tak Bai and Krue Se crackdowns in 2004.