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91. news | 07 May 2013
» An earthquake of 5.4 magnitude struck Myanmar early Tuesday and could be felt across the border in at least three districts of Chiang Rai, the Meteorological Department's Seismological Bureau reported.
92. news | 18 Apr 2013
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» Anti-Cambodia activists tried to raise the Thai flag in a disputed border area yesterday but were turned away by Thai authorities.
93. news | 06 May 2013
» Around 1,300 dogs crammed into cages have been seized in less than a week in Thailand's northeast border region, officials said Monday, amid concerns that the canines were destined for overseas dinner plates.
94. news | 27 Apr 2013
» New Delhi on Friday alleged Chinese soldiers have advanced nearly 20 kilometres (12 miles) into Indian-claimed territory after intruding across the disputed border earlier this month, a report said.
95. news | 16 Apr 2013
» The land ownership duel between Thailand and Cambodia which began yesterday in The Hague is not the first Southeast Asian border dispute to be heard at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
96. news | 16 Apr 2013
» A powerful earthquake struck southeastern Iran on Tuesday, killing at least 34 people across the border in Pakistan and shaking buildings as far away as the Gulf and New Delhi.
97. learning | 18 Nov 2011
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» Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra had a much easier time at the Asean summit than her predecessor Abhisit Vejjajiva. Not a word was mentioned about the Thai-Cambodian border dispute.
98. news | 17 Apr 2013
» SI SA KET : Residents of Phumsarol village on the Thai-Cambodian border in Si Sa Ket's Kantharalak district once strongly opposed any anti-Cambodia protests.
99. news | 21 Mar 2013
» Defence Minister Sukumpol Suwanatat on Thursday morning led a group of news reporters and commentators to the South, saying he would show them the real situation and conditions in border provinces plagued by the insurgen...
100. news | 21 Apr 2013
» In late 2006, British photojournalist James Robert Fuller met Ta Ju, a Karen villager living in a refugee camp on the Thai-Myanmar border who was just about to embark on the first step of his family's resettlement to...