101 - 110 of 254 results for "homeland security"
Most searched keywords
101. learning | 19 Sep 2012
About the 2010 protests
» Mysterious "men in black" linked to general Seh Daeng & his red-shirt security guards who carried out rocket-launched grenade attacks.
102. news | 17 Nov 2013
» The Internal Security Act (ISA) could be extended if anti-government demonstrators refuse to end their protest, deputy national police chief Woraphong Chiewpreecha said on Saturday.
103. news | 15 Nov 2013
» African nations will Friday launch one of the biggest challenges yet to the International Criminal Court by forcing a UN Security Council vote on suspending the trial of Kenya's president.
104. news | 04 Nov 2013
» The government has no plan at this time to expand the area under the Internal Security Act in Bangkok, even though several anti-amnesty groups are holding protests in the capital, Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok sai...
105. news | 26 Oct 2013
» Revelations of America's industrial-scale surveillance have painted an alarming picture of the National Security Agency as a spy service operating virtually without limits since the 9/11 attacks, experts say.
106. tech | 23 Oct 2013
» The majority of US smartphone owners compulsively check handsets at least hourly, according to survey results released on Tuesday by mobile security firm Lookout.
107. multimedia | 02 Dec 2013
» Egyptian security forces fired teargas on protesters in Tahrir Square, as new constitution that reinforces military's power edges closer to approval. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
108. lifestyle | 22 Nov 2013
GURU COVER STORY
» Bangkok life comes with its fair share of first-world problems i.e. "What restaurant should I go to for my two-hour lunch break?", "How can I get a taxi when the condo's security guard is sick?", "Is the number of my...
109. 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.
110. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday said he expects the relationship with Indonesia to emerge stronger from a spying row and suggested a security round table to build trust.