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271. multimedia | 08 Dec 2013
» Hundreds are dead in the Central African Republic as French troops arrive to stem the country's latest sectarian violence. Nathan Frandino reports. - REUTERS
272. news | 08 Nov 2013
» The government must listen to voice of the people and cancel the blanket amnesty bill to avoid possible violence, the National Legislation Assembly Members Club said in a statement issued on Friday.
273. news | 05 Dec 2013
» US Vice President Joe Biden warned China on Thursday against escalating a dispute over an East China Sea air zone, adding that regional peace and stability were in Beijing's interests.
274. news | 17 Dec 2013
» All parties to the political conflict should attempt to solve it through peaceful negotiation, the nine leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) say.
275. learning | 19 May 2011
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» See, hear and read what Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajiva told the Bangkok Post's editor Pattnapong Chantranontwong yesterday.
276. opinion | 28 Nov 2013
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» I beg to disagree with Khun Guido (''Enough is enough'', PostBag, Nov 27). A city gardener tears weeds off his plants at the surface. A country gardener knows better. He digs out the weeds at their roots,...
277. news | 25 Nov 2013
» Both leading presidential candidates in crime-wracked Honduras declared victory late Sunday, setting the stage for a possible round of street protests and violence in one the world's deadliest countries.
278. lifestyle | 27 Oct 2013
» Ayutthaya has been flooded again, but that is hardly news. The inundations have been taking place throughout recorded history. The thing that has made recent floods unusual has been their severity and violence, caused by...
279. business | 15 Nov 2013
» HSBC Thailand has added employees to deepen its footprint here in the light of the bank's positive view of local and regional economies.
280. news | 08 Dec 2013
» France said its troops will begin to disarm rebels in the Central African Republic on Monday, as terrified residents in the capital Bangui holed up in their homes after a wave of sectarian violence left nearly 400 dead.