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WORLD

Hanoi residents praise Putin as 'world leader', 'idol'

Reuters, Published on 18/06/2024

» HANOI - Nguyen Thi Hong Van's Russian souvenir shop may be a bit of an oddity in the Vietnamese capital, but her gifts sell very well, she says, reflecting the enthusiasm Hanoians of all ages have for President Vladimir Putin who will visit the city this week.

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THAILAND

Court to consider Move Forward's dissolution next month

Online Reporters, Published on 18/06/2024

» The Constitutional Court said on Tuesday that it would consider the dissolution case against the Move Forward Party (MFP) on July 3.

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THAILAND

Julapun questions phone inclusion

News, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 18/06/2024

» Deputy Finance Minister Julapun Amornvivat is urging the Commerce Ministry to reconsider its decision to allow recipients of the 10,000-baht payout through the digital wallet scheme to spend the money on mobile phones, saying the move won't benefit the domestic economy.

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GENERAL

Power, investment key to data centre goal

Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 18/06/2024

» Promoting affordable renewable power and continuing investment in related infrastructure are key factors if Thailand is to achieve its goal of becoming a regional data centre hub, according to executives.

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THAILAND

Piyabutr predicts court will reject dissolution case

Chairith Yonpiam, Published on 18/06/2024

» The Progressive Movement (PM), a core political ally of the main opposition Move Forward Party (MFP), on Monday outlined reasons why it believes the Constitutional Court will throw out the dissolution case against the MFP.

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OPINION

Ripe time to allow AI whistleblowers speak out

News, Published on 18/06/2024

» Here's an AI advancement that should benefit all of us: It's getting easier for builders of artificial intelligence to warn the world about the harms their algorithms can cause -- from spreading misinformation and displacing jobs, to hallucinating and providing a new form of surveillance. But who can these would-be whistleblowers turn to? An encouraging shift toward better oversight is underway, thanks to changes in compensation policies, renewed momentum to speak out among engineers and the growing clout of a British government-backed safety group.

OPINION

Second chance beckons for South Africa?

News, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 18/06/2024

» Cyril Ramaphosa is the president of South Africa again, but everything else is different. He got his job back in a vote late on Friday, but only because at the last moment he managed to cobble together a coalition that has a majority in parliament. It's so new that the coalition partners still haven't agreed on who does what in the new government.

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GENERAL

SET falls on domestic political fear

Business, Published on 18/06/2024

» The Thai stock market plunged below 1,300 points in the morning session Monday, pressured by domestic political concerns as investors await the outcomes of three major legal cases set to be considered on Tuesday.

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THAILAND

Govt reform bill tipped to pass first test

Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 18/06/2024

» The government-sponsored referendum bill is expected to pass its first test, according to Chartthaipattana Party list-MP Nikorn Chamnong, who is heading a sub-committee on the charter referendum.

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THAILAND

Courts to hear 4 key cases

Published on 17/06/2024

» The political temperature is expected to rise a notch tomorrow (Tuesday) as the Constitutional Court begins its deliberation of three political cases, while the Office of Attorney-General (OAG) is set to indict former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra on a lese majeste charge.