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1. learning | 22 Oct 2012
» Pretending to be anti-drug police, active and former policemen have been robbing drug suspects and extorting money from them instead of bringing them to justice.
2. news | 28 Oct 2013
» Customs officials arrested a drug courier and seized more than 7 kilogrammes of cocaine, the largest cocaine seizure in Thailand in at least two years, when the woman arrived at Suvarnabhumi airport on Monday morning.
3. news | 07 Nov 2013
» Police on Thursday arrested a prominent drug dealer and an accomplice after an hour-long gunfight at an apartment in Surin's Muang district.
4. news | 28 Oct 2013
» Airline passengers will possibly be able to check in at Makkasan station of the Airport Rail Link (ARL) starting next year, as part of government plans to ease traffic congestion at the country's main airport.
5. learning | 14 Sep 2010
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6. news | 25 Oct 2013
» A woman was arrested with 2.2 kilogrammes of cocaine on arrival at Suvarnabhumi airport, customs officials said Thursday.
7. news | 17 Oct 2013
» Immigration police on Thursday arrested a Malaysian man at Don Meuang Airport for allegedly trying to smuggle 120 grammes of cocaine to sell in his country.
8. news | 23 Nov 2013
» Police on Friday arrested an Indian woman and seized 4.5 kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine, with a street value of 15 million baht, at Phuket international airport.
9. business | 21 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» State revenue in fiscal 2013 ending Sept 30 totalled 2.157 trillion baht, up 9.2% from last fiscal year and 2.7% higher than the target, said Somchai Sujjapongse, spokesman of the Finance Ministry.
10. news | 01 Nov 2013
» The United States has said in some cases its surveillance program has gone too far, an unprecedented admission in its tense row with Europe over US spying against allies.