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Published on 13/12/2014
» Strange things have happened at the cinemas. First, Hitler showed up in a Thai short film sponsored by the government (meaning by taxpayers), the radioactive...
Published on 23/02/2012
» With more than 4,300 killed in the South since 2004, bomb or gunshot injuries have disabled many more who often must rely on their family.
Published on 04/04/2012
» Modern film retelling of a Shakespeare classic too close to reality for censors. A bloodstained tragedy & tale of greed and lust for power.
Published on 15/08/2011
» With 144 of their members killed since 2004, teachers in the deep South are understandably frustrated and angry.
Published on 16/05/2013
» The wonderful thing about representative democracy is that, not only do we get exactly what we vote for, but the people sitting in government also represent exactly...
Published on 30/09/2010
» Wassana Nanuam, one the Bangkok Post's top reporters, takes a critical look at outgoing General Anupong Paojinda's time as army chief.
Published on 24/06/2011
» Not an ally of the separatists, the party is "ready to act as a go-between for all sides in any future negotiations."
Published on 12/08/2016
» Police have reportedly detained two men for questioning in a string of bomb blasts that rocked five southern provinces on Thursday and Friday, killing four people...
» The Interior Ministry has ordered all 76 provinces across the country to tighten security following numerous bomb blasts and fire incidents in the South.
Published on 02/01/2017
» Army commander-in-chief Chalermchai Sittisat is confident violent unrest in the deep South will ease over the next few years as a result of the peace process...