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GOP candidate wants to drill in already shaky Yellowstone park

Dr. Taylor Haynes is a Republican candidate for the Governor of Wyoming. He is also selling the idea of opening Yellowstone Park for drilling. Recent seismic activity and melting roads raises concerns of a Super Volcano Eruption.
In the Media by Micki Hogan - 2 comments

Thai students mobilise to resist junta rule

Bangkok - Huddled around a table at a university canteen, six Thai students draft a newsletter celebrating democracy -- a meeting that would have barely attracted a glance two months ago, but could now land them in jail.
In the Media by Preeti Jha (AFP)

Bizarre ending for Rigondeaux-Kokietgym fight in Macau

Unbeaten ex-Cuban Olympian Guillermo Rigondeaux needs only one round to finish Sod Kokietgym of Thailand in a shocking and bizarre ending that left audience surprised and stunned in disbelief.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Ex-Olympian Guillermo Rigondeaux risks titles against Kokietgym

Unbeaten ex-Cuban Olympian Guillermo Rigondeaux is placing his titles on the line Saturday in Macau, China against Sod Kokietgym of Thailand in an action-packed boxing event featuring China's boxing superstar Zou Shiming in the main event.
In the Media by Leo Reyes

Op-Ed: The intelligence of extreme dogs who follow nobody's rules

There are dogs, and there are dogs...and then there are dogs who follow nobody's rules but their own. These are awesome dogs, dogs who are super intelligent and think like humans, at times driving their owners absolutely crazy.
In the Media by Nancy Houser - 1 comment

Thai court issues arrest warrant for anti-coup group spokesman

Bangkok - Thailand's military court has issued an arrest warrant for the spokesman of an anti-coup group over alleged arms offences, an accusation firmly rejected by the former minister.
In the Media by AFP

Thai coup leader denies conspiracy with protesters

Bangkok - Thailand's junta-leading Army Chief has dismissed allegations he plotted to seize power for years before May's coup, issuing an apparent rebuke to the leader of the protests that crippled the former government.
In the Media by AFP

Australian, Chinese navies ready to fire

Canberra - Ships of the the Royal Australian Navy and the Navy of the People's Republic of China are operating in close proximity to each other, according to the U.S. Pacific Fleet.
In the Media by Chikako Uchinami - 1 comment

Thai ex-lawmakers vow 'fightback' against coup

Bangkok - The former leader of the toppled Thai ruling party on Tuesday launched the first official opposition group to the nation's new military regime, bidding to draw together dissidents within the country and outside its borders.
In the Media by Aidan Jones (AFP)

Op-Ed: Good news—New York bans selfies taken with drugged big cats

Kanchanaburi - One of the world's most beautiful and fascinating big cats are plagued with many human-caused problems — but fortunately New York's Senate and Assembly has passed a bill that will make things a little easier for some of them, anyway.
In the Media by Megan Hamilton

Cambodian worker exodus triggers Thai economy fears

Bangkok - The dramatic departure of nearly 190,000 Cambodian migrant workers from Thailand threatens to hit labour-intensive industries from seafood to construction, damaging the Thai economy just as it teeters on the verge of recession.
In the Media by Anusak Konglang (AFP)

Cambodia worker exodus hits 220,000, Phnom Penh blames Thailand

Aranyaprathet - The number of Cambodian labourers fleeing Thailand soared to 220,000 on Wednesday, authorities said, as Phnom Penh accused Thailand's new military rulers of sparking the flight of migrant workers.
In the Media by Suy Se (AFP)

Thailand, Cambodia agree to quash 'rumours' after worker exodus

Bangkok - Thai and Cambodian officials agreed Tuesday to quash "rumours" of a crackdown on illegal migrant workers by the new Thai junta following the exodus of nearly 180,000 Cambodian labourers.
In the Media by Thanaporn PROMYAMYAI (AFP)

Thai cyber police step up royal slur patrols

Bangkok - Thailand's military is bolstering its self-designated role as protector of the monarchy with increased "cyber patrols" to root out critics of the king following last month's coup.
In the Media by Delphine Thouvenot (AFP)

Thai junta lifts post-coup curfew

Bangkok - Thailand's junta on Friday lifted the night-time curfew imposed after their military coup three weeks ago, to the relief of World Cup fans and the struggling tourism industry.
In the Media by Anusak Konglang (AFP)

Low US, UK and EU seafood prices linked to Asian slave labor

The extremely low seafood prices that many of us pay are due to human trafficking and brutal forced labor. The multibillion-dollar prawn industry in Thailand deals in human lives almost as much as it deals in seafood.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

Thai army chief shows sensitive side with 'happiness' song

Bangkok - A ballad penned by a coup-making army chief promising to bring happiness back to Thailand has been viewed more than 200,000 times on YouTube, in the military's latest effort to put a positive spin on its putsch.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Thai forces curb anti-coup flashmobs

Bangkok - Thai police arrested seven anti-coup protesters after a flashmob rally held Sunday outside a Bangkok shopping centre in defiance of thousands of security forces deployed city-wide to enforce a ban on political gatherings.
In the Media by AFP

Thai junta relaxes curfew for full moon party

Bangkok - Ravers will be able to dance until dawn at Thailand's notorious full moon party on Phangan island (Koh Phangan) as usual after the junta granted a curfew exemption, tourism authorities said.
In the Media by AFP

Thailand's junta detains anti-coup leader Sombat Boonngamanong

Bangkok - Thailand's junta said Friday that it had captured a fugitive anti-coup leader facing possible imprisonment, as the ruling generals seek to stamp out any criticism of their seizure of power.
In the Media by Anusak Konglang (AFP)
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