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WORLD

Intractable issues await Asean ministers

Published on 24/07/2024

» Asean foreign ministers gathered in Laos on Wednesday as the group seeks to advance a stalled bid to resolve a crisis in Myanmar and cool tensions in the South China Sea, days ahead of a gathering of top diplomats from the world’s biggest powers.

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GENERAL

Local traders optimistic on price outlook for gold

Business, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 24/07/2024

» Local gold traders remain bullish about bullion's price trend, saying prices could top US$2,500 an ounce by end-2024 with a significant price increase expected after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) cuts US interest rates in September.

OPINION

Rebooting the Asean Regional Forum

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 23/07/2024

» When Asean foreign ministers met in Singapore in 1994, they all concurred that dialogue and consultations on political and security issues among major powers and Asean members would be essential in preserving peace and stability in the Asean region. A year later, the Asean Regional Forum (ARF) held its inaugural meeting, which took place in Bangkok and had 18 members, including the Asean 10.

OPINION

Ukraine hospitals are targets of war

Oped, Published on 20/07/2024

» 'I'm not hurt! I'm alive!" I hear my father's agitated voice over the phone. The day is July 8, when 38 Russian missiles attacked Ukraine. Several of them hit Kyiv residential areas. Even though I live in Kyiv and get used to air-raid alerts, it's just hard to believe it's my family's turn now to become part of the target of the Russian missiles. "There was an attack. It's our building. I think someone was killed. I've got to go," my father hangs up, leaving me completely lost.

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WORLD

Russia jails US reporter for 16 years

Published on 19/07/2024

» MOSCOW - A Russian court on Friday found the American reporter Evan Gershkovich guilty of espionage and jailed him for 16 years, the state news agency RIA said, in a case that his employer, the Wall Street Journal, has called a sham.

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WORLD

Bangladesh TV news off air, communications disrupted as student protests spike

Reuters, Published on 19/07/2024

» DHAKA - Television news channels in Bangladesh were off the air and telecommunications were widely disrupted on Friday amid violent student protests against quotas for government jobs in which nearly two dozen people have been killed this week.

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SPORTS

Russian athletes headed to Paris have military links, support war

Bloomberg News, Published on 18/07/2024

» HAGUE - More than half of the Russian and Belarusian athletes cleared to compete at the Olympic Games Paris 2024 have links to military agencies or showed support for the war in Ukraine, according to a human rights group which is urging sponsors of the Games to intervene.

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GENERAL

Enhancing the nation's oil security

Business, Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 18/07/2024

» Subsidising domestic oil prices through the state's rapidly dwindling Oil Fuel Fund is not the only way to deal with the fluctuations in global crude prices.

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OPINION

End wars, restore Olympic peace

Oped, Published on 18/07/2024

» There are at least 55 ongoing wars around the world. Politicians have consistently failed to end the armed conflicts that are ravaging their societies, and the dangers have been multiplied by the fact that local wars no longer remain local.

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Myanmar crisis hits 'fatigue' level

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 16/07/2024

» Nearly three and a half years since the military coup in February 2021, the crisis in Myanmar shows no signs of resolution. The internecine war between the military junta, known as the State Administration Council (SAC), and the various ethnic armed organisations (EAOs) continues unabated, with no endgame in sight.