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The Bank of Thailand on Wednesday (June 18) kept its key interest rate unchanged for a second straight meeting.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
China was among three countries in the world to receive recognition this year for reducing hunger by half.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
Two US death row inmates were executed by lethal injection within a span of two hours.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
Soccer fans should take a nap before binge watching World Cup matches.
POSTED |  17-06-2014
The Thai military regime on Tuesday issued its 68th order, telling employers to speed up registration of their migrant workers.
POSTED |  17-06-2014
The 6th BRICS Summit will take place in Fortaleza, Brazil, on July 14-16, 2014.
POSTED |  17-06-2014
General Motors on Monday recalled 3.36 million more mid-sized and full-sized cars around the world.
POSTED |  17-06-2014
June 16, 2014 marks the 100th day since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared with 239 people onboard.
POSTED |  16-06-2014
Russia looked set to cut off natural-gas supplies to Ukraine on Monday (16 June 2014).
POSTED |  16-06-2014
Wealthy Chinese investors are adding golf courses to their growing portfolios of US.
POSTED |  16-06-2014
California is being hit hard with a whooping cough epidemic, with 800 cases reported in the past two weeks.
POSTED |  14-06-2014
An overwhelming number of The Enquirer readers want to be free from corruption and poverty.
POSTED |  14-06-2014
There is an upswing in the number of shopping centers across Africa.
POSTED |  14-06-2014
Australia is confident the Great Barrier Reef will avoid a World Heritage downgrade.
POSTED |  14-06-2014
The Thai military government has fully lifted a curfew it imposed nationwide after seizing power last month.
POSTED |  13-06-2014
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