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581. news | 14 Feb 2015
» MANDALAY — Rebels in Myanmar said on Saturday that the national army had launched fresh air strikes following the government's rare admission that dozens of its soldiers had died in a dramatic resurgence of conflict...
582. news | 14 Feb 2015
» Myanmar rebels Saturday said the national army had launched fresh air strikes following the government's rare admission that dozens of its soldiers had died in a dramatic resurgence of conflict in a remote region bo...
583. news | 14 Feb 2015
» The future of a meaningful inheritance tax collection looks dim after no conclusion was reached in the second reading by the National Legislative Assembly's committee on Feb 9.
584. business | 14 Feb 2015
» The government has set an ambitious target of increasing the national average internet connection speed to 100 Mbps by 2018.
585. news | 14 Feb 2015
» Thailand coach Kiatisak Senamuang yesterday announced his initial 46 players for the 2016 Olympic qualifying round.
586. news | 14 Feb 2015
» A national innovation committee has agreed to promote the development of original Thai businesses by requiring all state agencies to spend at least 10% of their procurement budgets on buying cutting-edge goods and materi...
587. news | 14 Feb 2015
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» The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) says it needs to further adjust the attitudes of some people who still do not understand its stance by summoning them for talks.
588. news | 14 Feb 2015
» A National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) spokesman has defended a proposed amendment to the Military Court Act, arguing that the proposed change would only allow local military commanders to order the detention of c...
589. news | 13 Feb 2015
» An Asiatic black bear cub found on a plantation near Kui Buri National Park is being treated in an animal hospital after it developed convulsions.
590. news | 13 Feb 2015
» SYDNEY - Ireland’s management expressed frustration on Friday at seeing Dublin-born Eoin Morgan installed as England captain for the World Cup, but their complaints are unlikely to generate widespread sympathy.