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    Court martial case

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 09/03/2015

    » Military court martials tend to be short, their verdicts swiftly carried out. Unlike civilian courts, lawyers don't come up with reasons to delay or overturn sentences. The Code of Military Justice is more clear-cut, less filled with loopholes.

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    Weekend watch

    Muse, Published on 17/02/2018

    » Parc Paragon, Siam ParagonRama I11am-9pm, until tomorrow

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    Unshackling the mind

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 23/01/2018

    » Former death row convict Phat-it Jinwuth didn't find life after death. Still living and praying, the 41-year-old has found that dhamma has given his life a purpose.

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    Floral flavours

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 10/11/2017

    » From Nov 16-20, Eathai, the upmarket "street food" centre at Central Embassy, and FoodLoft, the gourmet food court at Central Chidlom, will be turned into a floral-themed culinary sanctuary dubbed "Floral Flavour".

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    Performing arts for the royal funeral

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 23/10/2017

    » On the grounds of Sanam Luang this Thursday, dancers will dance, puppeteers will weave their magic and singers will croon sad songs. This is the time of mourning, but there is a centuries-old tradition of the royal court to host festivities on the occasion of a royal funeral. A wide range of majestic performances will grace the stages from 6pm on the royal cremation day until early the following morning.

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    Grand finale

    Life, Published on 23/10/2017

    » A basketball court at the College of Dramatic Arts in Nakhon Pathom has been used as a temporary stage for practising nang yai (grand shadow play) and khon masked performances over the past week.

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    Close your eyes

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 13/09/2017

    » In June 13, 1981, Issei Sagawa, 32, was arrested after he was seen dumping two suspicious suitcases in the Seine. A student of comparative literature at Sorbonne, the Japanese man two days earlier had killed his Dutch classmate, raped her corpse, stored her body in his fridge and ate morsels after morsels of her flesh to stimulate his sexual desire. Only when the smell became unbearable did he pack what remained in the suitcases and threw them into the river. The French court declared Sagawa legally insane and released him. He returned to Japan, wrote a comic book about his world-famous case, became a food critic (no kidding), and starred in pornographic films. Today Sagawa, old and paralytic, still lives in a suburb of Tokyo.

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    Magnificent molam rides again!

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 26/12/2017

    » This year's party at the Jim Thompson Farm in Pak Thong Chai, held each year at the same time -- the farm opened to the public for six weeks -- was a fun affair. The Farm Tour for 2017 is about the importance of water in the country's northeastern region, as reflected in the title, "Rushing Water -- The Life Force Of Isan".

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    A treaty for peace

    Life, Bernard Trink, Published on 23/11/2017

    » Following the two-decade-long Napoleonic Wars, Europe, not least France, licked its wounds and agreed "never again". Then they set about making a lasting peace. They felt able to do it. It was the Age of Reason and they were was intelligent as one could be in 1815.

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    Worthy of the enlightened

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 15/11/2017

    » The royal cremation for King Bhumibol Adulyadej last month was a moment of historic importance. Nonetheless, another important task relating to the ceremony is still under way.

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