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    'If I'm guilty, execute me': Abhisit on the red shirt crackdown

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 19/05/2013

    » Three years to the day that the events of April and May, 2010 culminated in the red shirt crackdown and the surrender of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship's leaders, Thai society remains deeply divided. Some 92 people were killed in the crackdown, from protesters to innocent bystanders, journalists to security personnel.

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    Regulator blames GMM Grammy for Euro row

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 17/06/2012

    » The controversy surrounding the broadcasting of Euro 2012 matches has swept politics from front pages and left millions of frustrated fans demanding to know: What happened to my football?

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    Ignorance 'the main enemy in abortion debate'

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 04/03/2012

    » In Thailand, a woman can't just walk into a hospital and ask for an abortion, according to Nattaya Boonpakdee, coordinator at the Women's Health Advocacy Foundation. "You have to know somebody," she said, adding that this somebody may then lead you to a proper clinic, or to an abandoned house or shady back-street operation where the procedure will be performed, although not necessarily by a doctor.

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    The things that I'm certain will happen in 2012, Even though I'm sure they won't happen

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 01/01/2012

    » The top stories, the bombastic personalities and the tragic events _ the news is a dish of vibrant tastes. You know them. You lived through them. News that made you laugh, columns that made you cry; stories that had you foaming at the mouth, developments that left your stomach churning.

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    Taxi drivers stuck in reverse

    Spectrum, Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 15/01/2012

    » Earlier this month, the government reached a compromise to increase the price of compressed natural gas (CNG) by just 50 satang per kilogramme starting tomorrow. In a concession to angry transport operators, Deputy Prime Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong dropped the original plan to increase the price of CNG _ more commonly known known as NGV (natural gas for vehicles) _ at the rate of 50 satang a month for 12 months until it reached 14.50 baht a kilogramme. Mr Kittiratt has promised further consultation with the transport sector in the next few weeks before deciding whether there will be further CNG price hikes.

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