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    Buyers can help force fishing pact

    News, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Many people around the world have been horrified by reports of human rights abuses in the seafood industry. A 2014 article in The Guardian sounded alarm bells that all seafood purchasers large and small should answer. But the issue of slavery in the seafood supply chain is larger and more complex than consumers or even companies can tackle alone. Large multinational companies have had to band together to form the Seafood Taskforce, and yet government action is still needed.

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    Put service first, city top cop says

    News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Newly appointed Metropolitan Police Bureau chief Sutthipong Wongpin is not new to the working environment in Bangkok and he is aware of the busy job he has to do in the months ahead.


    UN tramples its own ideals

    News, Editorial, Published on 16/10/2018

    » The UN General Assembly has once again openly mocked some of the major principles it purports to champion. It has elected several of the world's worst human rights violators as full members of its Human Rights Commission. In the process, it employed a questionable procedure in which there was no competition. Member countries of the UNGA were presented with 18 candidate-nations for 18 pending vacancies on the UNHRC. In the event, as usual in such UN processes, none of the candidates failed to gain a majority vote, so the 48-member UNHRC will at least have all its seats filled when it meets in Geneva next year.


    Vietnam's star rises, as does one of its leaders

    News, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 16/10/2018

    » At the outset, three important characteristics of Vietnam must be recognised.

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    PM launches social media blitz

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's latest social media campaign has met with mixed reactions, earning him brickbats from critics and bouquets from supporters after he launched a new Facebook page Monday, as well as Twitter and Instagram accounts, ostensibly to engage more closely with the public.


    Support young mums

    News, Postbag, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Three <i>chai-yo</i>s for the Ministry of Education's (MOE) ban on expulsion of pregnant students.

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    'Pluem' spreads his political wings

    News, Nattaya Chetchotiros, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Surabot Leekpai, the 30-year-old fledgling Democrat Party member, says he is a politician who understands Thai youth.

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    Army gains ground in South

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 16/10/2018

    » The Thai team engaged in peace talks in the insurgency-plagued deep South has seen a marked drop in violent attacks in the restive region, the crowning achievement of its efforts over the last four years, according to chief negotiator Gen Aksara Kerdphol.

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    Commerce attaches put on trade-war alert

    News, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong has urged commerce attaches to prepare for a global trade war, which he said is likely to intensify next year.

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    Prawit to meet Mattis ahead of Vietnam trip

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 16/10/2018

    » Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon will meet US Secretary of Defence James Mattis on the sidelines of the 12th Asean Defence Ministers Meeting (ADMM) in Singapore, a Defence Ministry spokesman said.

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