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51. learning | 28 Jan 2012
» Two children, together with their mother and a relative were released from the immigration detention centre yesterday in a case human rights workers hope is the start of a more humanitarian policy towards migrants.
52. learning | 17 Dec 2010
» Human rights activists worry that the government’s new campaign against drugs will result in a heavy death toll as happened during Prime Minister’s Thaksin Shinawatra’s administration.
53. news | 07 Dec 2013
» Thailand has pledged to help with any investigation into a report that Thai immigration officials moved Myanmar refugees into human-trafficking rings.
54. learning | 21 Oct 2013
News from the world of science
» Skulls found in Georgia suggest that early human-like individuals may have looked very different from each other, but were likely members of the same species.
55. learning | 08 Aug 2012
Understanding real English
» Try out your listening skills with a short section of a conversation with Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest human. He comes from Jamaica, so his accent will be a little different than you are used to. AFP photo
56. learning | 27 Sep 2011
About the law
» Man from China seeking eggs to make family sparks ethics debate over for-profit babymaking (commercial surrogacy).
57. learning | 07 Dec 2010
» News that former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been invited to the US for a talk on human rights is creating a big reaction here in Thailand.
58. learning | 10 Aug 2010
THE CHINGCHOK Hunter
» Earth wasn't always as it is today. I don't mean as a result of human activities like deforestation, city building and strip mining that have dramatically altered its surface and environment.
59. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Human Rights Watch urged lawmakers and the government on Tuesday to reject the amnesty bill forgiving all those responsible for the political violence and crackdowns.
60. learning | 09 Jul 2013
» From the womb to the end of life, the human brain is constantly developing, but never more so than in the early years. Studies suggest the bulk of brain growth and development occurs after birth.