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61. news | 15 Nov 2013
» Jennifer Purga tearfully pumped air into her critically ill husband's lungs, willing his sepsis-ravaged body to respond as he lay in a roofless hospital, with no water or power.
62. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Vietnam’s success in attracting investment, generating growth and adding jobs is under threat from looming shortages of what keeps modern economies running: electricity.
63. multimedia | 02 Dec 2013
» Egyptian security forces fired teargas on protesters in Tahrir Square, as new constitution that reinforces military's power edges closer to approval. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. - REUTERS
64. news | 26 Oct 2013
» Mongolia's president will visit Pyongyang next week, becoming the first head of state to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un since he came to power nearly two years ago.
65. learning | 05 Sep 2013
» Day started with power failure at Bangkok's main train station & ended with train ramming into 18-wheel truck killing railway official.
66. learning | 26 Jan 2011
» Maj Gen Chamlong Srimuang, a core PAD leader, says Thailand must demonstrate its military power to gain leverage with Cambodians. Thailand's military may be taking his advice.
67. lifestyle | 11 Nov 2013
» What monarchs and dictators have in common is that having power, inherited or usurped, they are determined to keep it _ and indeed enhance it to the fullest extent possible. They are aware that there are those eager to d...
68. business | 07 Dec 2013
» Retailers and domestic tour operators are waiting for new government measures to stimulate consumer spending next year after people's purchasing power significantly declined in the second half of this year.
69. news | 01 Dec 2013
» As Suthep's revolutionaries eyeballed Thaksin's refuseniks across the wreckage of Thailand's international reputation last week, the true casualty in the political power struggle has been democracy and its fu...
70. news | 03 Dec 2013
» The armed forces may clear the way for a "people's council" if both anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban and Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra allow soldiers to seize power.