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41. learning | 03 Sep 2013
» 17% of workers on fishing boats not free to leave. Survey of workers to be followed by labour inspections and occupational safety and health checks.
42. news | 22 Feb 2015
» Three activists from a group called "Free People Thailand 58" were taken into police custody on Sunday morning after being detained at a bus stop in front of a department store at Victory Monument where they had demanded...
43. learning | 29 Jan 2013
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» Phue Thai’s Pongsapat Pongcharoen’s pledge to expand Bangkok’s free bus service must not depend on national funding, says the Transport Minister, making it an instant campaign issue.
44. news | 14 Feb 2015
» COPENHAGEN - Gunfire erupted Saturday outside a building in Copenhagen where a debate on Islam and free speech was held, with the event including the author of controversial Prophet Mohammed cartoons and the French ambas...
45. lifestyle | 13 Feb 2015
» Free calls. Free internet. For everyone. Forever. Samuel L. Jackson is Valentine — villainous internet billionaire in a sideways baseball cap with a distinct lisp, an aim to save the planet from global warming and a hot ...
46. news | 12 Feb 2015
» Transport officials will weed out passengers travelling on Bangkok's subsidised transport who the government says are earning too much to travel for free.
47. tech | 07 Feb 2015
» SAN FRANCISCO - An update to Google's free online map service on Friday let users become local guides who post reviews of businesses and venues in a challenge to Yelp.
48. news | 28 Jan 2015
» AMMAN - Jordan is willing to free an Iraqi female jihadist from prison in exchange for a Jordanian pilot held hostage by the Islamic State group, state television said Wednesday.
49. news | 28 Jan 2015
» Yahoo announced plans Tuesday for a tax-free spinoff of its stake in Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, splitting off the valuable holdings from its core operations.
50. news | 19 Jan 2015
» The government is exploring ways to allow more companies, including South Korea-based Lotte Group, to operate duty-free services at airports and downtown areas.