Thai Junta Delays Polls, Raising Questions About Return to Democracy
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Thai Junta Delays Polls, Raising Questions About Return to Democracy

  (Reuters) – Thailand’s junta delayed a general election by at least six months on…

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Ordinary People Help Migrants as Asia Struggles with Crisis
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Ordinary People Help Migrants as Asia Struggles with Crisis

Eileen NG and Jocelyn Gecker, ASSOCIATED PRESS   KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — For hundreds…

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Migrants Land in Indonesia, But Hundreds Pushed Back to Sea
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Migrants Land in Indonesia, But Hundreds Pushed Back to Sea

Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Kanupriya Kapoor, REUTERS   BANGKOK/JAKARTA (Reuters) — Nearly 800 “boat people”…

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Thai Trafficking Crackdown Targets Corrupt Police, Officials
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Thai Trafficking Crackdown Targets Corrupt Police, Officials

THANYARAT DOKSONE, Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s police chief announced the arrest of a…

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US Lets in Thai Fish Caught by Slaves Despite Law
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US Lets in Thai Fish Caught by Slaves Despite Law

MARTHA MENDOZA, Associated Press National Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — In its first report on trafficking…

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Thailand Junta Replaces Martial Law with Absolute Power
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Thailand Junta Replaces Martial Law with Absolute Power

JOCELYN GECKER, Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — The big topic of conversation in Thailand is…

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Asia Marks 10 Years Since Indian Ocean Tsunami
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Asia Marks 10 Years Since Indian Ocean Tsunami

  KHAO LAK, Thailand (AP) — Beachside memorials and religious services were held across Asia…

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Tourists in Thailand Could be Given Identity Wristbands
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Tourists in Thailand Could be Given Identity Wristbands

  (Telegraph) – Hannah Witheridge, 23, and David Miller, 24, were found dead on a…

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Thai Case Casts Spotlight on Business of Surrogacy
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Thai Case Casts Spotlight on Business of Surrogacy

  By GRANT PECK and KRISTEN GELINEAU, Associated Press For thousands of well-off childless couples,…

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From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask ‘What Coup?’
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From Beaches to Bangkok, Tourists Ask ‘What Coup?’

JOCELYN GECKER, Associated Press BANGKOK (AP) — When Thailand’s military staged a coup last week,…

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