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61. news | 05 Nov 2013
By Kyodo News
» MYITKYINA, Myanmar - Ethnic rebel groups in Myanmar are meeting negotiators from the government Monday in a northern part of the country, presenting their position with the aim of pushing the ongoing peace process forwar...
62. learning | 25 Oct 2013
» State bank non-performing loans main future risk for economy, sugar prices need to move freely & system to reduce volatility from faster stock trading.
63. learning | 23 Jul 2011
Easy English news
» On our Minnesota holiday, my family and I have had to endure the hottest days of the year – hotter than Bangkok – and a state government shutdown. That ended on Thursday.
64. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Gareth Bale has said he is relishing life at Real Madrid now that he is clear of the niggling injuries that blighted his start to life in the Spanish capital.
65. news | 02 Nov 2013
» LAIZA, MYANMAR - Ethnic rebel groups on Saturday predicted that Myanmar could look forward to peace by 2015 if the government agrees to their nationwide ceasefire terms.
66. lifestyle | 17 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» For Warumporn Silpavithayadilok, winner of the ELLE DECORATION Young Talent Design Project 2013 themed "What Dreams May Come", a dream can be simple. Hers isn't glamorous or complex. It is grounded in real life. Happ...
67. news | 26 Oct 2013
» Australia beat arch-rivals England 28-20 to get their bid for a 10th World Cup crown off to the perfect start on Saturday.
68. learning | 29 Oct 2013
» Collapse of Credit Co-Op shows regulation needed, India outsources English language voice to Philippines & Bangkok Makkasan land to clear State Railway debt.
69. learning | 13 Dec 2011
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» Thailand doesn't experience the winter temperatures of -20 Celsius or lower that we get in my home state of Minnesota, but it can feel almost as cold if you don’t have warm clothing and a warm place to stay.
70. business | 28 Nov 2013
» A 5,000-tonne shipment of rice to Japan from Myanmar for the first time in 45 years caught international headlines last week, with media lauding another milestone in Myanmar’s political reforms.