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91. learning | 07 Mar 2013
About gay rights
» Dreams came true for Hiroku & Koyuki as they wore their fairytale white dresses at first ever Tokyo's Disneyland same-sex wedding.
92. learning | 23 Mar 2010
» 'If you want to study hospitality, it is best to go to Switzerland" was once a common adage given as advice to students who wanted to pursue a career in the hotel industry.
93. news | 16 Apr 2013
» New Zealand is poised to become the first Asia-Pacific nation to legalise same-sex marriage in a parliamentary vote that gay rights advocates on Tuesday hailed as a milestone for equality.
94. news | 26 Mar 2013
» The US Supreme Court on Tuesday takes up the emotionally charged issue of gay marriage as it considers arguments that it should make history and extend equal rights to same-sex couples.
95. news | 08 May 2013
» Arizona police are investigating Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley in connection with an alleged sexual assault at his home earlier this year, the Arizona Republic newspaper reported.
96. lifestyle | 14 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Following a two-year CNN investigation, the two-hour documentary The Fighters chronicles human rights pioneer Cecilia Flores-Oebanda in her journey to protect children from the sex trade and convince the Philippines...
97. learning | 17 Nov 2011
» Thailand's small data recovery industry is having a surge in demand following the flooding of industrial estates.
98. learning | 03 Jul 2012
About law & the environment
» 3.5 million tonnes of hazardous waste produced by industry every year. Only 50% processed legally to make it safe.
99. learning | 01 Jul 2011
» From one-tonne pickup to eco-cars, Japanese investors lead the pack as Thailand aims to be a top 10 producer.
100. learning | 11 Nov 2010
» The vote-winning subsidies of one politician eventually have to paid back by the politicians and taxpayers that come afterwards. Consumers are also impacted by higher prices.