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1. learning | 03 Oct 2014
» Thai police have confirmed that DNA samples obtained from two Myanmar workers match that of DNA found on the body of the female tourist. The two have both allegedly confessed to carrying out the crime and this afternoon,...
2. learning | 13 Sep 2014
» On Friday, four male "men in black" suspects, arrested in connection with the violence that led to the killing of soldiers near Democracy Monument in April of 2010, were taken to the Khok Wua intersection where they re-...
3. opinion | 30 Jan 2015
» 'Kankluay", a pet dog belonging to Saiyon and Jomsri Khamphukaew in the northeastern province of Nong Khai, is the first animal in Thailand to benefit from the newly enacted Prevention of Animal Cruelty and Provisio...
4. news | 22 Jan 2015
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» Locals in Chachoengsao province have complained that the newly-enacted Animal Welfare Act does not provide protection for humans attacked by animals.
5. news | 14 Jan 2015
» Ten bills being enacted in support of the digital economy have raised concerns among some scholars, online communities and IT experts who criticised they serve national security purposes rather than economic ones.
6. opinion | 03 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» In 1905, King Chulalongkorn enacted an historic law that abolished slavery in Thailand, then known as Siam. The slaves were freed. The US government also ended slavery in America by granting freedom to slaves.
7. learning | 09 Jan 2013
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» You can understand why the woman on the floor looked decidedly uncomfortable. Sitting over her was Pairoj Nanthatanti, a man who had confessed to having savagely murdered his girlfriend.
8. news | 02 Feb 2015
» UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - The UN Security Council condemned Sunday the "heinous and cowardly" murder of a Japanese journalist, after Islamic State militants claimed his beheading.
9. news | 25 Jan 2015
» Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday branded the murder of a Japanese hostage by Islamic State militants as "outrageous and unforgivable" and demanded the immediate release of a second captive, amid a tide of global revul...
10. news | 13 Jan 2015
» PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia's highest court on Tuesday upheld death sentences for two police officers convicted of murder in a sensational scandal linked to allegations of high-level corruption that shook the long-ruling r...