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Thai Airways to enforce waistline rules on their flight attendants

BANGKOK, 28 February 2011 (NNT)-Director-General of Department of Labor Protection and Welfare of the Ministry of Labor Mrs. Amporn Nitisiri encouraged Thai Airways flight attendants to speak openly with their employer over rules regarding their waistlines. According to Mrs. Amporn, Thai Airways cabin crews have lodged a complaint against the

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“Engaged Buddhist” Sulak Sivaraksa of Thailand to receive 28th Niwano Peace Prize

TOKYO, Feb. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Niwano Peace Foundation will award the 28th Niwano Peace Prize to Sulak Sivaraksa of Thailand in recognition of his contribution to a new understanding of peace, democracy and development and to environmental preservation based on the core principles of his Buddhist faith. An award

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PM: Thailand Will Not Withdraw from World Heritage Committee

The prime minister has reiterated that the government will not withdraw from the Unesco World Heritage Committee as Thailand can leverage its seat in negotiations with Cambodia. Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva discussed on his weekly television program about the visit to Thailand by Koichiro Matsuura, a representative from Unesco, saying that

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DSI changes ruling on Japanese cameraman killed in Bangkok clashes

New Report Absolves Thai Military of Blame The army is breathing a sigh of relief after a Department of Special Investigation (DSI) report concluded troops were not responsible for the death of a Japanese cameraman during last year's red shirt protests. However, the relief may be short-lived, amid claims that the army

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First Thai evacuees tell of Libyan horror, Scariest time ever

Next 10,000 Workers Ready to Return Today The first group of 50 Thai workers evacuated from riot-plagued Libya have returned home, expressing relief to have survived the "terrifying" experience. The evacuees arrived at Suvarnabhumi airport yesterday on board a Qatar Airways flight out of neighbouring Tunisia. Of the group, 33 are employees of

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