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  1. 31. learning | 13 Aug 2013

    Fiancée killer: Future in-law to blame

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » The man who brutally shot dead his bride-to-be and her mother in a rampage caught in a frightening surveillance camera camera video has blamed his would-be mother-in-law for the deaths.

  2. 32. learning | 21 Jun 2013

    Chula says sorry for two-year exam delay


    Newspaper section: News

    » Chulalongkorn University's (CU) faculty of law has apologised to five senior law students for its two-year delay in announcing an examination result.

  3. 33. learning | 14 Dec 2012

    No alcohol sales in public places: Proposed law

    About the law

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Sweeping new law to stop alcohol sales on sidewalks has caught the many small sidewalk restaurants of Bangkok by surprise.

  4. 34. learning | 14 Nov 2012

    Housemaids: Right to day off & holidays

    About labour & the law

    By Jon Fernquest

    » New law gives maids one day off per week & time off when sick. Still not covered by law: minimum wages & work hour limits.

  5. 35. learning | 24 Jul 2012

    300 baht per day: A law many ignore?

    About labour and work

    By Jon Fernquest

    » Growing complaints show that companies use many different tricks to avoid paying workers the 300 baht per day required by law.

  6. 36. news | 04 Jan 2015

    Police target international crime gangs

    By Wassayos Ngamkham, Newspaper section: News

    » A special unit will be set up to target transnational criminal gangs operating in Thailand or using the country as a shelter, the national police chief has revealed.

  7. 37. news | 02 Dec 2014

    Warrant out for 31st richest man

    By Online Reporters

    » The Bangkok Military Court has Tuesday issued an arrest warrant for Nopporn Suppipat, one of Thailand’s 50 wealthiest people this year, for allegedly hiring two criminal suspects connected to former Central Investigation...

  8. 38. learning | 01 Apr 2014

    Thai-Saudi relations likely to worsen after murder acquittals

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Relations between Thailand and Saudi Arabia, already cool, are likely to hit a new low after the Criminal Court acquitted five ex-police officers in relation to the murder of a Saudi businessman in 1990.

  9. 39. learning | 21 May 2013

    1990 Saudi kidnap case makes a little progress

    Easy English news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Thailand’s frosty relations with Saudi Arabia improved slightly yesterday when the Criminal Court allowed the mother of 1990 kidnap victim Mohammad al-Ruwaili to become a co-plaintiff.

  10. 40. opinion | 03 Jan 2015

    Can Thailand free its modern-day slaves?

    Human trafficking

    Newspaper section: News

    » In 1905, King Chulalongkorn enacted an historic law that abolished slavery in Thailand, then known as Siam. The slaves were freed. The US government also ended slavery in America by granting freedom to slaves.

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