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101. learning | 17 Dec 2012
» After elephant's tusk cut for its 1 million baht in ivory by illegal ivory traders, wound became swollen & infected. Elephant hovers near death.
102. news | 19 Nov 2013
» The Co-operative Group said on Tuesday that its chairman had resigned after the former head of its banking arm -- which prides itself on ethical investments -- was filmed allegedly planning to buy illegal drugs.
103. news | 20 Nov 2013
ON THE RECORD
» Former Democrat MP for Trang Sathit Wongnongtoey is among the nine opposition representatives who resigned to lead the street protests against the Pheu Thai-sponsored blanket amnesty bill.
104. news | 07 Nov 2013
» The private sector vows it will not drop its guard on the blanket amnesty bill even as government whips and some senators promise to back down in order to ease street protests.
105. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The Democrats should stop street protests because the Pheu Thai Party has clearly shown its intention not to force the amnesty legislation through, Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok said on Wednesday.
106. learning | 27 May 2013
» Police are saying this morning that a conflict among street vendors, not the situation in the country's deep South, is the most likely motive for the bombing on Ramkhamhaeng Soi 43/1 which injured seven people last n...
107. learning | 16 Dec 2011
About the law
» With criticism of court decisions illegal, court cases costly, lengthy & victory unlikely, continuing inequality & injustice for the poor is the result.
108. learning | 17 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» To their supporters, red-shirt villages are symbols of justice and a single standard for all. For critics they are undemocratic and illegal.
109. learning | 13 Dec 2012
About the law & politics
» He claims charges are false because as prime minister, he acted according to the law in an emergency situation to stop illegal violence.
110. news | 19 Nov 2013
» For more than 30 years, Indonesian dentist Edi Herman has been fixing the teeth of Jakartans in the rusty chair of his tiny shop, advertising his services with a huge poster of sparkling pearly whites on blood-red gums.