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OPINION

Those acronyms can be bit of a pain

Roger Crutchley, Published on 19/05/2024

» One of my pet peeves with newspapers around the globe has always been the proliferation of acronyms, especially in headlines. Apart from the fact that no one really has the faintest idea what they stand for there's something about them that's just plain ugly.

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WORLD

Ukraine struggles to hold eastern front

Published on 18/05/2024

» DONETSK REGION, Ukraine - For Ukrainian gun commander Oleksandr Kozachenko, the long-awaited US ammunition can’t come fast enough as he and his comrades struggle to hold off relentless Russian attacks.

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WORLD

Climate protest briefly closes Munich airport

Reuters, Published on 18/05/2024

» FRANKFURT - German police arrested eight climate activists who breached the grounds of Munich airport on Saturday, briefly causing the airport to close and leading to around 60 flight cancellations on a busy holiday weekend.

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OPINION

Senate election gets trickier by the day

Oped, Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 18/05/2024

» The election of the Senate to replace the junta-appointed high chamber, which ended its term early this month, kicked off rather slowly.

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GENERAL

Airfares can only keep rising due to supply chain problems: ING

Published on 17/05/2024

» Passengers will see little respite from soaring air fares as carriers face a shortage of planes, labour and spare parts that will prevent them meeting booming travel demand.

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THAILAND

Court warrant sought to test 'psychic' boy

News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 15/05/2024

» The Social Development and Human Security Ministry is seeking a court warrant to take eight-year-old "Nong Nice" to psychologists after his parents continued to refuse requests by the authorities to make a house visit to assess the boy's mental condition, according to Minister Varawut Silpa-archa.

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THAILAND

Accidents waiting to happen

Published on 12/05/2024

» Bangkok residents were left horrified by two tragic accidents early this month that highlight a lack of safety measures on the part of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and other agencies.

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GENERAL

Clawing back after a steep Songkran decline

Business, Published on 11/05/2024

» Sentiment on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) was relatively weak at the beginning of April, with average daily turnover of only 33 billion baht during the first week of the month.

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WORLD

Myanmar junta reiterates election plan after Hun Sen seeks Suu Kyi access

Published on 10/05/2024

» Myanmar's military chief discussed plans to hold an election in the country with former Cambodian leader Hun Sen in talks this week, a senior official said, even as the ruling junta faces unprecedented pressure from an expanding armed resistance.

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ADVANCED NEWS

Cannabis U-turn could bring protests, lawsuits

Gary Boyle, Published on 10/05/2024

» The government’s move to reclassify cannabis as a narcotic threatens to trigger street protests and lawsuits by owners of thousands of dispensaries that have sprung up across the country since decriminalisation two years ago.