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    Our top 10 stories in a year that will be hard to forget

    Spectrum, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Over the past year 'Spectrum' has reported a wide range of issues to give readers valuable insights. Our reporter ambushed the monk who helped Leicester City to their shock English Premier League title to get an exclusive. Another reporter blended in with Chinese yuppies in the new business district of Bangkok to find out why they decided to migrate to Thailand. Two reporters did a series of stories on the Tiger Temple by hanging out with the veterinarian, monks and national park officers to listen to all sides. We were determined to find the truth. Last month we also went up to Chiang Mai to talk to Hmong girls wrongly accused of stealing a British tourist's watch. Here are the top 10 stories in another exciting year of reporting.

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    Hmong girls get justice

    Spectrum, Published on 25/12/2016

    » Spectrum helped clear the names of two Hmong girls once falsely accused of being robbers by reporting their side of the story in our Dec 11 edition. The sisters, Dokmai, 10, and Gaolhee, 7, used to go to Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai after school to earn extra income by posing for photographs in hill tribe costumes with tourists.

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    Innocent furniture assembler or thief?

    News, Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 29/07/2018

    » Anon Lachanthuek, 43, making a living as a furniture assembler, had no idea he was carrying around "evidence" of a crime until police sought his arrest for alleged burglary on Jan 26 this year.

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    Shell oil heist in Singapore: the story so far

    Reuters, Published on 18/01/2018

    » SINGAPORE: Singapore authorities say they have uncovered a complex, cross-border scheme to steal large quantities of oil from Shell's biggest refinery.

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    The movers and rule-breakers marking 2017

    Spectrum, Published on 31/12/2017

    » From flooding and fugitive former prime ministers to murders, unexplained deaths and a bitter row over coal-fired energy, these stories made the headlines in Thailand this year By Paritta Wangkiat and Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai

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    North Korea's cyber warriors who worry the West

    Reuters, Published on 22/05/2017

    » SEOUL - North Korea's main spy agency has a special cell called Unit 180 that is likely to have launched some of its most daring and successful cyber attacks, according to defectors, officials and internet security experts.

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    Robbed of truth and freedom

    Spectrum, Published on 26/03/2017

    » The following story reads like the plot of The Shawshank Redemption, the only real differences being that it happened in the Thai legal system and it isn't fictional. The Justice Ministry is providing legal assistance to a prisoner who discovered, during a conversation with fellow inmates, that it was they who had committed the crime he insists he was wrongly convicted of several years ago.

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    The price of PromptPay

    Spectrum, Nanchanok Wongsamuth, Published on 08/01/2017

    » Manaschuen Kovapirat considers herself the average user when it comes to online banking transactions: on a monthly basis, she uses her bank's mobile application to transfer money to her mother and to donate money. She does online shopping and prefers to transfer money online for transactions less than 100,000 baht. On some occasions, when she's out with her friends and doesn't have enough cash, she pays them back via online banking.

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    Water starved farmers steal to survive

    Spectrum, Published on 05/07/2015

    » Last week, Somkiet Norasing did something he thought he'd never do. He and a group of rice farmers from Kraseaw in Suphan Buri's Sam Chuk district installed 30 plastic pipes and water pumps to siphon water out of an irrigation canal.

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    A plea and a puzzle: Search for truth's many twists

    Spectrum, Post Reporters, Published on 12/05/2013

    » The curious case of Nepalese woman Nirmala Oli began with an email to the Bangkok Post from a desperate father who alleged his daughter had been falsely accused of stealing a US$700 (20,500 baht) bottle of perfume from a duty free shop at Suvarnabhumi Airport.

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