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1. news | 28 Oct 2013
» The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the lower courts' decision to hand five defendants jail sentences of two to six years for their involvement in a lottery-fixing scam.
2. learning | 29 Jul 2011
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» Three policemen receive suspended sentences in the killing of a nine-year-old boy during the war on drugs, a ruling unlikely to satisfy his uncle pictured below.
3. learning | 24 Nov 2011
Easy English news
» A 61-year-old man gets a long jail sentence for sending four text messages considered offensive to HM the Queen.
4. news | 14 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Deposed prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and former deputy interior minister Vatana Asavahame have at least one thing in common - both are on the run from jail sentences and live in exile after rulings against them by...
5. learning | 22 Aug 2013
» Two Iranian bombers get long prison sentences for possessing explosives & attempted murder of police officer last year on Sukhumvit in Bangkok.
6. learning | 13 Jul 2010
THE WRITE STUFF!
» A compound sentence is two simple sentences joined together with a comma and a coordinating conjunction. Never forget to add the comma. The coordinating conjunctions (CC) are: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so. These ...
7. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The United Nations right chief on Wednesday expressed "serious alarm" at death sentences passed by a Bangladesh court on 152 soldiers over the massacre of scores of army officers in 2009.
8. learning | 11 Sep 2013
» Ex-deputy interior minister Pracha Maleenont and the former city fire department chief receive long prison sentences in fire vehicle scandal as three others, including former Bangkok governor Apirak Kosayodhin, are acqu...
9. learning | 07 Jan 2011
» It is a long holiday weekend in Cambodia and the seven detained Thais seem certain to spend it in prison.
10. learning | 21 Aug 2012
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» Sloppy evidence gathering by police & political interference mean many criminals stay out of jail where they should be.