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Journalists Face Criminal Defamation Charges in Thailand

29-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Phuket Wan | 6:00 AM

On May 3, PEN Canada will join in celebrating the 20th World Press Freedom Day. First declared by Unesco in December 1993, it is a day to celebrate the ”fundamental [...]
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Investors from Thailand need to shed outdated perceptions of Burma, says ambassador Pisanu

29-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Nationmulti Media | 6:00 AM

He considers perception to be a key barrier to investing in Myanmar, and points out that Thai investors still misunderstand the country, holding on to old memories of drug [...]
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TISTR to re-launch ‘De Longkong’ product in Thailand Research Expo 2014

29-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Pattaya Mail | 6:00 AM

A senior researcher from the Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technology Research (TISTR) has explained that the extract lansium demesticum (Longkong) used in the [...]
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Thailand Breaches Laws Against Torture, Says Rights Body

29-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Phuket Wan | 6:00 AM

Rights groups in Thailand have informed the UN of continuing, routine use of torture in the country, ahead of a review of its compliance with an international law against [...]
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Grenades fired at Thai newspaper, court

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | AP | 6:00 AM

Grenades were fired at a newspaper headquarters and a court in Thailand’s capital, police said Friday, as political tensions heat up ahead of a court ruling over the [...]
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Thai government wants more troops in Bangkok as crisis heats up

Thai government wants more troops in Bangkok as crisis heats up

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Thailand’s government is to ask the army to deploy more troops in the capital, Bangkok, as fears mount that the country’s lengthy political crisis could move into [...]
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Thailand’s ‘Concrete Clouds’ Forecast for UK Release

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Variety | 6:00 AM

Upstart indie distributor Day For Night will give a UK release to “Concrete Clouds,” a Thai drama that has been a favourite on the international festival circuit. [...]
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Thailand, Through a New Lens

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Wired | 6:00 AM

Dark alleyways; a night-time traffic jam; beggars crawling on the street. These aren’t exactly the sorts of things that draw most tourists to Thailand, but digital [...]
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Fear of further violence in Bangkok prompts request for more troops, as country prepares for GBP 1.5bn loss in tourism revenue

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Dailymail | 6:00 AM

The Thai government is looking to send more troops to Bangkok over fears that violence could once again erupt in the capital. The government is concerned about potential [...]
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Journalists Face Trial in Thailand for Quoting Reuters’ Report on Human Trafficking

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Global Voices Online | 6:00 AM

Two Thailand-based reporters for online news and tourism magazine Phuketwan have been sued by the Royal Thai Navy for defamation and an alleged violation of the Computer [...]
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Is Thailand Asset Sale a Good Move for Hess Corp.?

28-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Fool | 6:00 AM

Over the past couple of years, Hess (NYSE: HES ), the Houston-based exploration and production company, has been aggressively streamlining its portfolio by divesting noncore [...]
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Thailand Fears Violence; Drift Clues Not from MH370; Superbiker Killed; Navy Keeps Suing; Phuket FC Loses

26-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Phuket Wan | 6:00 AM

Thepkrasatree road in the world-renowned resort town of Phuket has been reopened after being closed for seven hours by protesters Wednesday. Phuket Update Slipping to its [...]
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Malaysia, China, Thailand Ambassadors Deliver Letter Of Credence To GEJ

26-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Channels TV | 6:00 AM

The ambassadors of the said countries delivered the letters to the President in Aso Rock and also held closed door meetings with him. Details of the talks are expected to be [...]
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POWs lay wreaths in Thailand

26-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Heraldsun | 6:00 AM

Former Australian POWs from Western Australia, Harold Martin and Neil MacPherson, who both worked on the railway, laid a wreath at the memorial, the crowd applauding in [...]
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Thai opposition leader seeks compromise to avert bloodshed

Thai opposition leader seeks compromise to avert bloodshed

26-Apr-2014 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Alarmed by the prospect of bloodshed in Thailand as a six-month political crisis nears a critical juncture, former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has called for talks [...]
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