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51. tech | 08 Nov 2013
» Silk Road, the online black market bazaar for drugs, hacker tools and other illicit goods, says it is back a month after the FBI took down the website.
52. learning | 21 Aug 2013
» GT200, a plastic box worth 5 pounds, sold for up to 15,000 pounds by UK conman who gets jail for 7 years.
53. news | 18 Nov 2013
» NAKHON RATCHASIMA - A Thai tourist policeman and two Russians were arrested for allegedly using fake credit and debit cards to withdraw money from bank accounts belonging to people from more than 50 countries, police sai...
54. news | 08 Oct 2013
» Indian sex workers are being trained to identify counterfeit currency to prevent punters from conning them in the dimly-lit brothels of one of Asia's biggest red light districts.
55. learning | 22 Sep 2010
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» (n) a usually public sale of goods or property, where people make higher and higher bids (= offers of money) for each thing, until the thing is sold to the person who will pay most การประมูล การขายโดยการประมูล (v) to sel...
56. learning | 24 Apr 2013
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» The ADE 651 bomb detector, virtually identical to the GT-200 sold to Thai government agencies in large quantities, is useless and a British court is sending its maker and chief salesman to jail.
57. learning | 14 Aug 2012
» Thai companies doing business in Burma, building factories, producing goods & selling products to Burma's 60 million people.
58. multimedia | 21 Nov 2013
» Turkish police fired into the air and detained a man carrying a device designed to look like a bomb after he tried to breach a security cordon near Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's offices. Jillian Kitchener reports. ...
59. news | 23 Oct 2013
» A Thai subsidiary of consumer goods giant Unilever apologised Wednesday for a controversial competition for students to promote its skin whitening product, saying it did not intend "racial discrimination".
60. news | 23 Oct 2013
» A Thai company owned by consumer goods giant Unilever has rejected accusations of discrimination after its competition featuring a skin whitener and offering university "scholarships" was seen as favouring paler-skinned ...