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101. learning | 06 Jun 2011
» A new energy generation technology turns coal into gas and ensures cleaner emissions but is 50% more expensive. However, global warming concerns may soon lower costs.
102. tech | 08 May 2013
» Humans always want more. The more we get, the more we want, and to get what we want we exploit natural resources to satisfy our endless demands. This is the message of Never Ending, a Thai animation short that took the t...
103. news | 29 Apr 2013
» When a Nonthaburi couple hailed a taxi to take them to Suvarnabhumi airport earlier this month, they had no idea they were about to fall victim to a scam.
104. news | 07 Apr 2013
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» An authoritative new report on likely oil and gas reserves in the heavily disputed regions of the South China has concluded that there probably aren't any.
105. news | 09 May 2013
» US prosecutors charged a 52-year-old bus driver with the kidnap and rape of three young women who were imprisoned in his Cleveland home for 10 long years of torment.
106. news | 09 May 2013
» Unemployed US bus driver Ariel Castro was ordered held on an eight-million-dollar bond on Thursday on charges he kidnapped and raped three women and held them in his home for a decade.
107. news | 03 Apr 2013
» The brutal gang-rape of a US student on a Rio bus has revived concern about safety in Brazil ahead of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, despite an overall drop in violence.
108. news | 17 May 2013
» Prime Minister Shinzo Abe defended in an interview Friday the right of Japan's leaders to visit a controversial shrine to war dead but hit back at critics who accuse him of revisionism.
109. news | 28 Apr 2013
» The declining price of natural rubber has caused a recession in the economy of the southern region, Perk Lertpanwong, chairman of the Rubber Farmers Association of Thailand, said on Sunday.
110. news | 17 Apr 2013
» The fares on Bangkok's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) buses has been cut from 10 baht to five, starting from today and continuing until year’s end, Bangkok deputy governor Amorn Kijchawengkul said on Wednesday.