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61. lifestyle | 18 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Around midway through dinner comes the meal's highlight: a grilled lobster from Phuket with spaghetti aglio olio pepperoncino. A fine seafood dish this one is, but you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed by now.
62. tech | 27 Nov 2013
» Niger has deactivated a third of its mobile phone connections to curb anonymous phone calls used for criminal activity, the country's telecoms regulator has announced.
63. learning | 10 Jul 2013
» A Kanchanaburi policemen vowed he would make a 20-kilometre run to a sacred Buddha image if he solved a brutal brick-throwing crime. With the confessed brick-thrower in jail, he competed his run on Tuesday.
64. learning | 06 Aug 2013
» Phuket's overcrowded airport adds capacity, protests threaten GDP growth & in protest over garbage power plant villagers burn mock coffin.
65. learning | 30 Mar 2012
» Gambling, money laundering, buying up national forests, luxury housing estates & five-star hotels, payoffs to corrupt police & govt officials.
66. opinion | 01 Nov 2013
» Like many other places in the world, there are lots of illicit and dishonest activities that take place in Thailand. But for some reason, it seems our law-breaking behaviour is so much weirder than your average wear-a-sk...
67. news | 10 Dec 2013
» Uruguay is to give a green light Tuesday to making marijuana legal, in a social experiment that countries plagued by drug-related crime worldwide will watch.
68. tech | 15 Nov 2013
» Estonia on Thursday said it would extradite three citizens to the United States over an alleged multi-million dollar cyber scam that targeted such websites as iTunes and Netflix and the US tax service.
69. news | 08 Nov 2013
» More illegal methamphetamine was seized in Thailand than any other country in the Asia-Pacific region except China in 2012, according the latest report by UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) released Friday.
70. learning | 08 Sep 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Local Thai-language news stories are often full of abbreviations, making life difficult for learners of the language. This is especially true of crime stories like this one.