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Pig’s Head With Insulting Inscription Found Near Merkel’s Office

German police are searching for the unknown person responsible for lobbing a pig’s head with an insulting inscription addressed to German Chancellor Angela Merkel at one of her constituency offices, German media reported. The unusual “gift” was placed at the constituency office in the town of Stralsund, Focus wrote. Read more: sputniknews.comRead More

Technology

Facebook Opens ‘Secret’ Bangkok Office

BANGKOK — Facebook Inc. opened its first office yesterday in Thailand, home to some of its most dedicated users in the region, as the social network company expands its footprint in Asia. More than 34 million people in Thailand log into Facebook’s 1.5-billion user network each month, Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg wrote on her […]Read More

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Fearing Unrest, Thai Airways Shuts Down Hong Kong Office

BANGKOK – Thailand’s flag carrier airline has announced that it will close down its Hong Kong office for the next week, citing the escalating political unrest that has paralysed the city’s financial district since Monday morning. According to the deputy director of Thai Airways Ltd, Surapol Issarangkul na Ayudhya, the airlines’ bureau in Hong Kong […]Read More

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Biggest Australian department store may open sourcing office in Thailand

BANGKOK, July 29 – Phusit Ratanakulsereroengrit, a senior official of Thailand’s Department of International Trade Promotion, said representatives of Woolworths Limited want to discuss business deals with about 60 Thai operators as it plans to open a sourcing office in Asia Pacific and is especially interested in Thailand. He said that Woolworths had more than […]Read More

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CAPO will prosecute protesters who have besieged government offices

BANGKOK, 28 March 2014 (NNT) – The Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) vowed to prosecute all protesters who have besieged government offices in the past few months and declared that it is ready to handle the chaos that may occur tomorrow during PDRC’s upcoming big demonstration. Pol. Lt. Col. Unchulee Thirawongpaisan, […]Read More

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Bombs found, defused at two Bangkok judicial compounds

BANGKOK, Mar 17 – Two homemade bombs were found at separate locations within the compounds of judicial offices in Bangkok this morning. Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians defused a bomb, attached to an alarm clock set for 9am, in a garbage bin near a taxi stand at the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) […]Read More

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Explosive device found and removed near NACC office in Nonthaburi

NONTHABURI, 28 February 2014, (NNT) – The National Anti-Corruption Commission Secretary-General, Sansern Poljiak, believes the improvised explosive device found near the NACC office in Nonthaburi province was intended as a threat to NACC officers. The NACC is currently looking for a temporary office to ensure the safety of all staff. The device was found near […]Read More

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Protest leader Suthep vows to push on with occupation of

BANGKOK, 4 February 2014 (NNT) – The People’s Democratic Reform Committee leader Suthep Thaugsuban, has vowed to continue the mass protest against the government following the general election last Sunday. The PDRC has decided to remove rally stages at the Lad Prao intersection and Victory Monument and to regroup their members at Lumpini Park, citing […]Read More