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101. news | 04 Dec 2013
» French experts have ruled out a theory that Yasser Arafat was killed by poisoning and believe he may have died of natural causes, a source close to the probe into the Palestinian leader's death said Tuesday.
102. news | 27 Nov 2013
» The Australian surf kills more people than bushfires, cyclones, floods and sharks combined, according to a study released Wednesday which found rip currents were far more likely to be deadly than other natural hazards.
103. news | 07 Dec 2013
» Turkey has yet to receive any new bids to supply a new missile system to rival a controversial multi-billion dollar offer by a US-blacklisted Chinese company, a government official said Friday.
104. news | 12 Dec 2013
» Anti-government protesters from the Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand cut the power supply to Government House about midday on Thursday in a bid to force police to withdraw from the grounds.
105. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Nico Rosberg made the most of a limited supply of tyres on Friday when he topped the times for Mercedes in both free practice sessions for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.
106. opinion | 05 Dec 2013
» Anticipating His Majesty the King's birthday today, both sides of the political divide have stepped back from the brink, exchanging flowers and hugs on the battle-torn front lines instead of rubber bullets and tear g...
107. business | 28 Nov 2013
» While as many as 50 oil and gas companies submitted expressions of interest on June 14 for 30 offshore blocks, industry insiders warn that poor infrastructure and the government’s new production sharing contract (PSC) re...
108. business | 08 Nov 2013
» Shares of Sahamitr Pressure Container (SMPC), an SET-listed liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder maker, will resume trade as planned next Monday despite poor market sentiment.
109. learning | 22 Feb 2013
» Scheduled maintenance on Myanmar gas fields & energy shortfall in April known since last year, now used to sell coal plants that people don't want.
110. business | 23 Oct 2013
» Cooking-gas use fell by nearly 26% year-on-year in September as concerned agencies cracked down on smuggling to neighbouring countries, while the price float had a limited effect, says the Energy Business Department.