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  1. 1. learning | 24 Dec 2012

    Antarctic ice sheet warming faster than thought

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Antarctic ice appears to be melting much faster than previously thought, increasing the danger of the eventual flooding of low-lying coastal cities (e.g., Bangkok).

  2. 2. business | 27 Feb 2015

    US economy grew at slower 2.2% pace in fourth quarter

    By AFP

    » WASHINGTON - The US economy expanded less than previously thought in the 2014 fourth quarter, at a 2.2% annual rate, the Commerce Department said Friday.

  3. 3. news | 27 Feb 2015

    Stars found forming at Milky Way's outer edge

    By AFP

    » PARIS - Brazilian astronomers said Friday they had found two star clusters forming in a remote part of our Milky Way galaxy where such a thing was previously thought impossible.

  4. 4. news | 27 Feb 2015

    Several missing as boat sinks off Macau

    By AFP

    » HONG KONG - A boat carrying at least 10 people thought to be illegal immigrants has sunk off the coast of Macau, authorities said Friday, with the rescue operation hampered by strong currents.

  5. 5. news | 25 Feb 2015

    China trumpets Xi's 'Four Comprehensives' theory

    By AFP

    » BEIJING - Chinese state-run media gave wall-to-wall coverage Wednesday to President Xi Jinping's newly declared "Four Comprehensives" political theory as he consolidates power and advances his own brand of Communist...

  6. 6. news | 23 Feb 2015

    Young girl suicide bomber kills seven in Nigeria

    By AFP

    » KANO (NIGERIA) - A girl thought to be as young as seven killed herself and seven others in a suicide bombing in northeast Nigeria as President Goodluck Jonathan conceded his government had initially underrated the Islami...

  7. 7. opinion | 16 Feb 2015

    Cancel the cyber bills

    EDITORIAL

    Newspaper section: News

    » One of the early promises of the military regime was full support for the development of a "digital economy". In fact, before the May 22 coup, no government, no business and only a few forward-looking groups and experts ...

  8. 8. learning | 13 Feb 2015

    Boy's Lamborghini illegal, Amlo says

    General news

    By Terry Fredrickson

    » Popular TV actor Pakorn "Boy" Chatborirak may have thought he was getting a good deal when he bought his Lamborghini for "only" 13.5 million baht. What he got instead was a bit of a headache.

  9. 9. learning | 10 Feb 2015

    Photography: Learning by doing

    From our student intern

    » Student intern Leo Feypel learns that taking a news photo is much more difficult than he thought, but it is also quite fun.

  10. 10. news | 03 Feb 2015

    Michelangelo's last surviving bronzes 'identified in Britain'

    By AFP

    » LONDON - The only two surviving bronzes by Italian Renaissance master Michelangelo are thought to have been identified with the help of a tiny clue in a 500-year-old sketch, British researchers said Monday.

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