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25 May 2013 : Tests have begun in New York City of 5G wireless broadband, but it could be 2020 before the lightning-fast technology - at least one gigabit per second - becomes a reality.
25 May 2013 : The Pollution Control Department (PCD) is facing increased pressure to prove to villagers around Klity Creek in Kanchanaburi that it is serious about cleaning up the lead-contaminated environment.
07 Apr 2013 : A trove of data obtained by a US-based journalists' group that details thousands of offshore accounts reveals several instances of swindles and other financial crimes, The Washington Post newspaper reported Sunday.
07 Apr 2013 : An authoritative new report on likely oil and gas reserves in the heavily disputed regions of the South China has concluded that there probably aren't any.
07 Apr 2013 : The developers of the "Leaning Towers of Pathum Thani" are today due to announce whether or not they will demolish the 100 million baht project and rebuild.
07 Apr 2013 : Thai villagers living near the disputed territory around Preah Vihear are demanding that their ''traditional'' farmland be returned to them in a reflection of a nationalist agenda being nurtured on the border.
07 Apr 2013 : Two weeks after 38 people were killed in a fire at the Mae Surin camp in Mae Hong Son province, the circumstances that led to the fatal blaze remain unclear.
06 Apr 2013 : Investigators suspect state officials might have been involved in Friday's bomb attack that killed Yala deputy governor Issara Thongthawat and an assistant governor in Yala's Bannang Sata district.
06 Apr 2013 : SEOUL — The North Korean factory park that is the last vestige of cooperation with the South moved closer to paralysis on Saturday as nearly 100 South Korean workers went home across a border that Pyongyang has closed in the return direction.
06 Apr 2013 : YALA - Authorities are not ruling out the involvement of officials in the bombing that killed the deputy governor of Yala and an assistant on Friday.
06 Apr 2013 : SHANGHAI - Hangzhou, the capital of eastern Zhejiang province, on Saturday became the second city in China to suspend live poultry trade and slaughter birds to curb the spread of the deadly H7N9 strain of avian flu.
06 Apr 2013 : JOHANNESBURG - South African football is about to relive some of the emotion surrounding the 2010 World Cup - just not in a good way.