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Thai billionaire registers new progressive political party
Thailand's slow move from military to civilian governance has attracted dozens of political parties to register, including one by an internet-famous billionaire who wants to challenge the traditional elite
Idiot's Guide to the Protests in Thailand
So Thailand's been in the news a lot lately. I don't know anything about Thailand. What's up? You really don't know anything? Then we'll have to start at the beginning. Back in 1939 Hold it. I don't want a history lesson. What's the news? Oh right, the news. Well, protesters want the current prime
The Global Note: Fears of a "Grexit"…Yemen's War On Qaeda…Mexico's Horror…Austria's "Cat Cafe"
EURO-MESS: FEARS OF A “GREXIT”, MARKETS SWOON -WHAT’S A “GREXIT”?…That’s the term coined for the possibility that Greece would leave the Eurozone, reverting to its own currency and raising the possibility that other debt-ridden economies may do the same. There are respected economists who ...
A Deeply Divided Society: What Next for Thailand?
The Clearing of Opposition Camps Last Week Has Not Resolved Thailand's Problems
Bangkok Under Curfew as Fears Persist
Thai Government Extends Curfew in Bangkok Until Sunday, City Stays Calm but Tense
Marisa's Musings: Nuclear Summit/Mine Disaster/Poland Mourns
The summit on nuclear proliferation kicked off in Washington, federal investigators arrived in West Virginia and Poland continues to mourn its lost leaders...I'm Marisa Bramwell and here's a summary of today's news from the ABC News desk: NUCLEAR SUMMIT: Ukrainian...
Thailand Prime Minister: 'I Will Not Resign'
As Protests Continue for a Second Week, PM Samak Sundaravej Refuses to Step Down
Thai PM Hangs on Amid Protests
A Week of Protests Have Failed to Oust Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej
Thailand Awaits News of Their Beloved King
By Margaret Conley, ABC News King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who ascended the throne in 1946 and is the longest reigning monarch in the world, has divinelike status in Thailand. “The reason is simple,” said a rep at the Ministry of Foreign...