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  1. 91. news | 26 Feb 2015

    PM vows to quash illegal ivory trade

    By Apinya Wipatayotin, Newspaper section: News

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned ivory collectors to report the items they own to authorities by the end of April or face severe fines of up to 3 million baht under the new elephant ivory law.

  2. 92. news | 26 Feb 2015

    Korea set to legalise adultery

    By AFP

    » SEOUL - South Korea's Constitutional Court is set to rule Thursday on a motion to strike down a controversial law that outlaws adultery and threatens violators with jail time.

  3. 93. news | 25 Feb 2015

    Australian police probe 'inducement' claims in rights chief row

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - The Australian government's woes deepened Wednesday after police said they were looking into claims a senior official broke the law by allegedly offering an inducement for the Human Rights Commission chief ...

  4. 94. news | 25 Feb 2015

    Law change mulled to curb jail squeeze

    By King-oua Laohong, Newspaper section: News

    » Amended legislation is being considered to resolve the problem of overcrowding in the nation's prisons.

  5. 95. news | 24 Feb 2015

    MPB warns bikers to obey traffic laws


    By Post Reporters, Newspaper section: News

    » City police have issued stern warnings to motorcyclists, particularly those riding big bikes, to strictly obey the law when they hit the roads.

  6. 96. business | 23 Feb 2015

    Busy on all fronts

    By Achara Ashayagachat, Newspaper section: Asia focus

    » Japan has high hopes that its Asean partners are ready to embrace its self-conviction as a trend-setter for the rule of law as Tokyo begins to assert itself more confidently in the regional and global debate.

  7. 97. news | 23 Feb 2015

    Lese majeste rulings due Monday

    By AFP

    » Two young Thais accused of insulting the monarchy in a university play braced for sentencing Monday as a crackdown continues against perceived royal slurs under the lese majeste law.

  8. 98. news | 22 Feb 2015

    Graft law changes pass first hurdle

    By Aekarach Sattaburuth, Newspaper section: News

    » An amendment bill which would remove the statute of limitations on corruption charges has passed its first reading before the National Legislative Assembly.

  9. 99. news | 21 Feb 2015

    Police imposter caught in Chiang Mai

    By Online Reporters

    » CHIANG MAI — A fourth-year law student was arrested for wearing a fake police uniform and deceiving people into giving him money, according to the Thailand Police Story Facebook page.

  10. 100. news | 20 Feb 2015

    Activists assail military court law

    By AFP

    » Rights groups on Friday expressed concern over a bill passed by parliament that they claim could allow the military to detain civilians for up to 84 days without charge.

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