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  • NEWS

    Commonwealth mission set for Maldives to probe crisis

    AFP, Published on 12/02/2012

    » The Commonwealth said Sunday it would send a ministerial mission to the Maldives to probe the ousting of president Mohamed Nasheed as fresh clashes broke out in the streets of the capital Male.

  • NEWS

    US missiles 'kill 13' in Pakistan

    AFP, Published on 16/02/2012

    » Two US drone strikes struck Islamist militants in Pakistan's tribal badlands on Thursday, killing at least 13 fighters in North Waziristan near the Afghan border, officials said.

  • NEWS

    30,000 reds rally in Khao Yai

    Published on 25/02/2012

    » The red-shirt movement’s drive to amend the constitution and oppose a future military coup has gained momentum with an estimated 30,000 supporters gathering at Bonanza Khao Yai in Nakhon Ratchasima on Saturday evening.

  • NEWS

    Air raids on Qaeda in south Yemen kill 15

    AFP, Published on 01/02/2012

    » Air raids in southern Yemen overnight blasted Al-Qaeda targets and killed some 15 people, including a long-hunted militant leader, tribal and military sources said on Tuesday, claiming US planes were involved.

  • NEWS

    Pakistan Al-Qaeda chief 'killed by US drone'

    AFP, Published on 09/02/2012

    » US missiles on Thursday killed the most senior Pakistani in Al-Qaeda, one of the Americans' main targets in the country and wanted for attacks that killed scores of people, officials said.

  • OPINION

    Shifting political tides portend turmoil

    News, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 06/01/2012

    » Thailand has arrived at the outset of 2012 more bruised and battered compared to its previous bouts of political instability, characterised by several years of protests and violence and then capped recently by the floods.

  • TECH

    Yemenis use Facebook in anti-regime revolt

    AFP, Published on 21/04/2011

    » Young and educated, like most protesters in Sanaa, the Shamakh brothers shoot videos of demonstrations and post them on the Internet as part of an uprising against President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

  • TECH

    The torch has landed

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 31/10/2010

    » In the smartphone race, a large number of new models have been released in the run-up to Christmas, with almost all the major manufacturers putting in a contender to challenge the position of the Apple iPhone 4 that has stolen the spotlight. Research In Motion is in the chasing pack once again with the release of the new BlackBerry Torch 9800.

  • TECH

    Last one in, again

    Database, Published on 06/01/2010

    » Never in Thai history has a story that didn't happen so dominate the news and clearly emerge as the Technology Story of the Year; just before the New Year, your TOT flipped a switch that started providing bandwidth of the third-generation kind in a couple of obscure corners of Bangkok, but in truth, 2009 was the year that Laos and Cambodia totally humiliated the telecoms state enterprises by leaving Thailand a far, distant last among Asian countries providing 3G service to yuppiephone subscribers.

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