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  1. 101. news | 12 Dec 2014

    Switzerland targets corruption in sports with 'FIFA bill'

    By AFP

    » Swiss deputies on Friday passed a law making it easier to bring corruption charges against the leaders of international sporting bodies such as FIFA which have faced years of sleaze allegations.

  2. 102. news | 11 Dec 2014

    Malaysia summons US envoy over rights criticism

    By AFP

    » KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has summoned the US ambassador after both he and US Vice President Joe Biden questioned a government decision to retain and strengthen a controversial law limiting free speech, despite earlier ple...

  3. 103. news | 09 Dec 2014

    Govt backs fewer Onesqa inspections

    education

    By Lamphai Intathep, Newspaper section: News

    » Education providers will be randomly selected for external quality checks under a law change before the government.

  4. 104. lifestyle | 09 Dec 2014

    Law and Order: Special Victims Unit

    By Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Newspaper section: Life

    » Understaffed, overworked and generally loathed by the public for their infamous corruption scandals, the Royal Thai Police force is facing one of its worst periods in history.

  5. 105. business | 08 Dec 2014

    Banks to seek amendment to debt rules

    FINANCE

    Newspaper section: Business

    » Banks are set to propose an amendment to the revised law related to guarantees in the Civil and Commercial Code, which would allow borrowers to undergo debt restructuring without guarantors' consent.

  6. 106. news | 08 Dec 2014

    Tackling electronic waste menace

    SPECIAL REPORT

    By Apinya Wipatayotin, Newspaper section: News

    » Thailand is in urgent need of a new law to enter the new age of waste management as the amount of electronic waste entering landfills and being dumped on public land threatens public health and the environment, activists...

  7. 107. news | 05 Dec 2014

    Amnesty bill risks unrest, says Wissanu

    politics

    Newspaper section: News

    » An amnesty bill must first be accepted by the public before it can be passed into law or it could spark fresh conflict, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam has warned.

  8. 108. news | 04 Dec 2014

    Syria's Raqqa first travel ban under new Australia law

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - Australia Thursday nominated the Syrian city of Raqqa as the first place to be hit with a travel ban under sweeping new counter-terrorism measures aimed at blocking jihadists going overseas to fight.

  9. 109. news | 04 Dec 2014

    On first 'Constitution Day', China blocks protests

    By AFP

    » China marked its first national Constitution Day on Thursday with readings at schools across the country, activities promoting the rule of law, and the blocking of protests at Tiananmen Square.

  10. 110. news | 04 Dec 2014

    Philippine police torture rife, AI says

    By AP

    » MANILA — Amnesty International said Thursday that five years after the Philippines passed a law criminalizing torture, the practice continues, with an overstretched police force resorting to “shortcuts” to extract confes...

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