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221. news | 04 Dec 2014
» PRZEMYSL (POLAND) - Anastasia carefully digs through the earth with her trowel. Bit by bit, a human skeleton emerges, piled on top of more bones.
222. learning | 18 Nov 2014
» (Updated Wed.) Police have sought help from Interpol and the FBI to capture two Americans accused of stealing human organs from Siriraj Hospital's medical museums.
223. learning | 13 Nov 2014
» Sorayuth & Bangkok Film Festival bribery cases revived, Prayut calls for tighter Asean cooperation especially on trade & anti-human trafficking, & UK to offer £600 24-hour visa service.
224. learning | 28 Oct 2014
» Finland, a country without oil, gas or diamonds, has since 1968 focused on its most precious resource: human capital. It's educational system produces some of the best students in the world. But how? Are there lesso...
225. learning | 19 Sep 2014
» 100 billion baht help for low-income earners & farmers, US waives sanctions against Thailand over human trafficking report & warning of quadruple deficits in economy.
226. learning | 14 Aug 2014
About medical tourism
» Latest (Thursday): A fertility centre founder made repeated warnings to Interpol and media outlets a year ago over the never-ending demand for more surrogate mothers from the Japanese man at the centre of a human traffic...
227. learning | 30 Jun 2014
About labour & the law
» Myanmar worker tells story of working on Thai fishing boat after falling victim to police human trafficking gang & finally returning, unlike others, after 23 months of slavery.
228. learning | 11 Jun 2014
» 2,500 illegally parked cars wheel-clamped in Bangkok, supercomputer convinces humans it is human & used-car oversupply leads to widespread seizures & auctions.
229. learning | 20 Mar 2014
» Newly discovered feathered chicken-like dinosaur as tall as human at hip but weighing 200-300 kilograms roamed the earth 66 million years ago in search of eggs to eat.
230. learning | 15 Mar 2014
» For normal people a bungy jump of 50 metres is exciting enough. People who were born crazy or with the human fear instinct, however, want something more challenging.