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    Coup in Burkina Faso as military officers dismiss junta leader

    AFP, Published on 01/10/2022

    » Military officers seized control of Burkina Faso on Friday, claiming to be restoring peace to the jihadist-wracked country as they dismissed a junta leader who had himself come to power in a coup at the start of this year.


    Sustainability expo kicks off in town

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 26/09/2022

    » The Sustainability Expo 2022 (SX 2022), one of the largest sustainability events in Southeast Asia, will kick off today at the newly renovated Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC) in Bangkok.


    Syrian ex-prisoners haunted by horrors of 'salt rooms'

    AFP, Published on 15/09/2022

    » GAZIANTEP, Turkey: When a Syrian prison guard tossed him into a dimly-lit room, Abdo was surprised to find himself standing ankle-deep in what appeared to be salt.


    Ukraine schools return to sound of war

    AFP, Published on 02/09/2022

    » POKROVSKé (UKRAINE) - Antonina Sidorenko has put on her favourite clothes, selected the prettiest ribbon to adorn her hair and can recite by heart the poem given by her schoolteacher.


    City heritage needs new conservation law

    Oped, Published on 18/08/2022

    » Bangkok's claim to fame is undoubtedly its cultural heritage. Magnificent sites like the Grand Palace, Temple of Dawn and Temple of the Golden Mount delight visitors and make Thais proud.


    Skywalk set for debut

    News, Published on 17/07/2022

    » Despite numerous construction delays, a new skywalk in Kanchanaburi will open early next year, according to governor Jirakiat Bhumisawasdi.


    Migration and climate change in Asia

    Oped, Vitit Muntarbhorn, Published on 17/03/2022

    » The close connection between migration, human rights and climate change is increasingly self-evident, as "natural disasters" related to that linkage loom in many parts of the world. The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) estimates that about 22.5 million people migrate each year within and across borders because of climate change and weather-linked disasters. These are all compounded by the spread of Covid-19 in terms of lockdowns and other restrictive measures.


    Shackleton's lost shipwreck discovered off Antarctica

    AFP, Published on 09/03/2022

    » JOHANNESBURG - One of the world's most storied shipwrecks, Ernest Shackleton's Endurance, has been discovered off the coast of Antarctica more than a century after its sinking, explorers announced Wednesday.

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    Lop Buri's strategic significance examined

    Life, Ploenpote Atthakor, Published on 26/01/2022

    » A key archaeological site in Lop Buri's Khok Samrong district, Promtin town epitomises the significance of the central province and its uniqueness as a place where human settlement has continued, from the pre-historic era, for thousands of years. The town is to be the highlight of a seminar to take place on Jan 30, from 9am-12.30pm in Phra Phetracha Room, at Thepsastri Rajabhat University in Lop Buri.


    Travelling the beautiful back roads

    Life, Punsita Ritthikarn, Published on 20/01/2022

    » Tucked away at home during the Covid-19 pandemic, I inevitably found it hard to fight against depression and loneliness. After my utopia island in Nintendo's Animal Crossing had lost an air of excitement, I needed a new start to reconnect with the beauty of nature and warm sunshine in the real world again. Eventually, I discovered the splendour and tranquillity of Thailand's northeastern countryside.

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