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1. news | 18 May 2013
» Police on Saturday arrested three Hmong tribesmen and seized drugs with an estimated street value of more than 450 million baht at Chatuchak market.
2. news | 13 Apr 2013
» Police on Saturday arrested four men and two women and seized 200,000 methamphetamine tablets in Pathum Thani.
3. news | 14 May 2013
» Soldiers of the Pha Muang force early Tuesday morning seized 1.66 million methamphetamine pills and 43 kilogrammes of crystal meth, or "ice", with a total estimated street worth of one billion baht.
4. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Police in Chiang Mai have arrested 12 men, all hilltribes people, and seized 42kg of heroin and 38 kg of crystal methamphetamine with an estimated street value of 600 million baht in.
5. news | 20 Mar 2013
» Police have seized methamphetamine pills and crystal methamphetamine with a total street value of about 100 million baht, and arrested eight alleged members of a drug ring based in the North, the Narcotics Suppression Bu...
6. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Bangkok police seized illegal drugs with an estimated value of 69 million baht on the street value and arrested three suspects on Monday night, Metropolitan Police Bureau chief Khamronwit Thoopkrajang said.
7. learning | 27 Jul 2012
About health & crime
» 200 drug addicts escaped from drug rehab center in Krabi after teachers, caregivers & counselors allegedly beat 3 patients to death.
8. learning | 08 Aug 2011
» Development of new antibiotics cannot keep pace with speed of drug resistance. Hospitals especially risky places.
9. learning | 29 Feb 2012
About the law
» UN drug enforcement org (INCB) worried only that rule of law upheld in any new war on drugs, neutral on death penalty.
10. learning | 09 Sep 2011
» Ya ice has become the favourite drug of young abusers, partly because it is mistakenly thought to be safer than ya baa.