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VARIETY

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Thailand, UN, Saudi Arabia, Rahaf al-qunun

Rahaf declared refugee by UN: Her story highlights how women are not treated as human beings in Saudi

Women in this country cannot work, marry or travel without a male guardian. But the headlines we read are about Saudi Arabia’s ‘modernisation’.

POLITICS

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Uruguay, European Union, Elections, Thailand

Why this new year will tell us if it's time for a new world order

From Afghanistan and Australia to Thailand and Uruguay, as many as 62 countries will elect new governments and leaders this year. The world will watch as it decides its own future now.

VOICES

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Navy, Thailand, Nationality, Thailand cave rescue

Thai cave rescue: Israeli diver Rafael Aroush proves nationality does not matter. Are we listening?

The world has got together as one.

VOICES

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Cerebral Palsy, Rescue dogs, Thailand, Good news

The little miracles of good news

Amidst all the lynchings, rapes and graft, let's not forget to celebrate three little miracles - from a Thai cave to an American dog - that shine like sunlight in the dark.

POLITICS

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Thailand, Hate Speech, Terrorism, Islamic Extremism

Why Zakir Naik's presence in Malaysia is a threat to the region's stability

The rabid zealot could radicalise people and imperil peace.

LIFE

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Thailand, Ramayana, Dussehra

Is that Ravana guarding the Thailand airport?

No. It is a character from the epic Ramkien.

POLITICS

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Corruption, Thailand

Thailand's Museum of Corruption shames everyone, and no one

This is a reminder that the phenomenon is so entrenched that it could even be classified as a part of our political culture.

POLITICS

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Xinjiang, Uighur, Thailand, Bangkok bombing

Bangkok bombings: An internal conspiracy or external terror?

Any bomb blast in the city would severely dent the economy, which thrives on tourism, and this would not go in favour of the military junta.