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Death Toll Reaches 102 as Aid Groups Reach Indonesia Quake Zone

MEUREUDU, Indonesia — Humanitarian organizations descended on Indonesia's Aceh province Thursday as the government in Jakarta promised tons of emergency aid and officials raced to assess the full extent of damage from an earthquake that killed more than 100 people.

Judge Blocks Trump Decision to End Young Immigrant Program

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge on Tuesday night temporarily blocked the Trump administration's decision to end a program protecting young immigrants from deportation.

Building Demolition Knocks Out Power in Din Daeng

BANGKOK — A residential area in Din Daeng was left without power for hours because of a demolition effort gone wrong Friday evening.

Photo Of Abhisit Visiting Disaster-Struck Koh Samet Backfires

(2 August) The photo of the opposition leader visiting the resort island in Gulf of Thailand to inspect the crisis of oil spill on...

New 'Boat People' Crisis Feared Once Rains End by UNHCR

GENEVA — A fresh surge of refugees and migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh is expected to set out in smugglers' rickety boats for southeast Asia when the monsoon season ends in about a month, the United Nations said on Friday.

Owner Of Car That Suffocated 3 Year Old Child Surrenders To Police

(16 May) The shocking case of “Potter”, a 3 year old boy who was found dead after a teacher reportedly left him in a parked and locked vehicle for 7 hours has some new developments.

Multinationals May Calculate Taxes in Other Currencies

BANGKOK — International companies operating in the kingdom can now work out their tax expenses in dollars, yen, rupees or any other currency, the cabinet said Tuesday.

Students Arrested For 'Bombing' Public Bus in BKK

BANGKOK — Four students from technical colleges have been arrested for allegedly throwing homemade bombs at a public bus in Bangkok yesterday, injuring three passengers.

Abbot of 22 Years Denies Knowing Tiger Temple’s Terrible Secrets

KANCHANABURI — There were few surprised faces Thursday when the abbot of the former Tiger Temple failed to make good on a promise to address the public.

Tobacco Monopoly Readies Cigarettes for the Poor

BANGKOK — Weeks after the military government hiked taxes on cigarettes to discourage smoking, it announced today it will take measures to keep smoking affordable for the poor.

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