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81. news | 10 May 2013
» NAYPYIDAW - China and five Southeast Asian nations vowed Thursday to boost cooperation in the fight against illegal drugs, which they warned posed a "significant threat" to the region.
82. news | 01 May 2013
» The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) has implicated the current director of the state-run drug maker and its former board chairman in an alleged medicine scandal.
83. learning | 09 Feb 2012
» Boat hijacking by Shan drug gang may be behind killing of 13 Chinese crew last year. Tighter security & joint patrol is the response.
84. learning | 07 Dec 2011
» Malaria resistance to drug treatment is on the rise in Southeast Asia. Drugs from China, India & Vietnam that don't follow WHO standards is the reason.
85. news | 17 May 2013
» The dismissal of the Government Pharmaceutical Organisation (GPO) chief would disrupt Thailand's drug distribution system, health advocates warn.
86. news | 22 Apr 2013
» Nine people were arrested on Sunday with large quantities of methamphetamine pills and crystal methamphetamine, worth around 200 million baht in total, in three separate actions.
87. news | 14 May 2013
» KALASIN - Three Lao women were charged with drug trafficking on Monday after they were found with 4,000 speed pills stashed inside their genitals and rectums, police said.
88. learning | 13 May 2013
» Chatuchak is a great market, but it also has thieves, pickpockets, drug users and even a "one-dollar gang". Retired police officers have been brought in to keep things under control.
89. learning | 08 Feb 2012
» Khao Bin prison in Ratchaburi, said to have the best security protection system of all prisons in the country, is being readied to receive 200 notorious drug inmates being transferred from other jails.
90. news | 06 May 2013
» YANGON - Myanmar has delayed by five years its deadline to eliminate drug production within its borders, a senior official said Monday, as the impoverished nation struggles to stem a growing narcotics crisis.