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    Russian tycoon’s dream quickly turns to ruin

    Spectrum, Published on 13/12/2015

    » In Koh Dek Koul, a tiny island off the Cambodian coast, Russian real estate tycoon and playboy Sergei Polonsky’s extravagant lair is slowly but steadily falling apart.


    As borders open, barriers to growth remain

    Spectrum, Published on 13/12/2015

    » All 10 countries in Southeast Asia will come together on Dec 31, which is the official date for the start of the Asean Economic Community. In theory, the AEC is intended to usher in a new era of seamless trade, investment and movement of skilled labour. In practice, most member countries have not yet created all the conditions needed for the AEC to realise its full potential.


    Truth needed on human trafficking

    News, Editorial, Published on 13/12/2015

    » The government, police and military must show a commitment to tackling human trafficking and take the matter seriously. This is the only option in response to Pol Maj Gen Paween Pongsirin’s request for asylum in Australia. If the authorities want to prove Pol Maj Gen Paween’s statement wrong, they have to ensure responsible agencies or officials are able to suppress human trafficking without fear or interference from influential figures. It would be unwise to blindly dismiss Pol Maj Gen Paween’s statement as simply politically motivated. Regardless of the officer's motives, his statement revealed some inconvenient facts about the situation.


    Names can be an occupational hazard

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Fed up reading about shady deals and assorted crookery every time you open the newspaper? In an attempt to lighten the mood, PostScript is taking another look at the wonderful world of “aptonyms”.


    Honest officer does us proud

    News, Postbag, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Re: “Top cop mulls suing Paween” (BP, Dec 12).


    Should we honour racists?

    Published on 13/12/2015

    » In the midst of my Practical Ethics class last month, several students stood up and walked out. They were joining hundreds of others in a protest led by the Black Justice League, one of many student groups that have emerged across the United States in response to the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August last year, and subsequent police killings of unarmed African Americans.

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    Bow gets shirty, pregnant pause, breast intentions

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 13/12/2015

    » Ailing actor Tridsadee "Por" Sahawong's wife has discouraged plans by fanclub members to produce T-shirts in her daughter’s name, saying the family hasn’t authorised such a step.


    Paris deal sets chance for real change

    News, Published on 13/12/2015

    » LE BOURGET - The final draft of an unprecedented climate deal was presented to negotiators from nearly 200 nations on Saturday in a bid to slow rising temperatures and sea levels.


    ‘My wife woke me up and told me I’m a terrorist’

    News, Jeerawat Na Thalang, Published on 13/12/2015

    » One of four Syrians suspected of having links to the Islamic State has a decade-long connection to Thailand and has appeared in commercials for ice-cream, yoghurt and a TV serie.


    Crown Prince says thanks to cyclists

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 13/12/2015

    » His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has expressed his gratitude to all who attended the Bike for Dad ride on Friday to mark His Majesty the King’s 88th birthday.

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