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Koala Jannali sits on a tree in the zoo of Duisburg, western Germany on Tuesday. The male has been brought to Germany from the zoo of Edinburgh in Scottland in the hope that he will mate with the koala females in the zoo.//AFP

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Foreign minister soothes Japanese business community

Thai government have promised the Thai people they will enjoy a better and more democratic environment when they cast their ballots in a general election before the end of this year, Foreign Minister Nitya Pibulsonggram told foreign correspondents here on Tuesday.



CNS to prosecute Chaturon for visiting Issan

Council for National Security (CNS) will prosecute Chaturon Chaisang, acting leader of Thai Rak Thai Party, for violating a ban on political activities.



iTV could be nationalised : PM Office Minister

The iTV could come to an end if it failed to repay debt of Bt100 billion within March 6. The government will revoke concession and nationalise the station, PM's Office Minister Khunying Divapadi Meksawan said Tuesday.



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Police search for two suspects in beachside slaying of Russian women
Police investigating the slaying of two Russian women who were shot dead as they waited for the sun to rise at Jomtien beach last Saturday are searching for two men, one of whom may have been a foreign national.






Land deal: Thaksin, wife to be charged
The Assets Examination Commit-tee (AEC) yesterday decided to seek additional criminal charges against ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his wife Khunying Pojaman over a controversial land purchase, which could result in the plots in question being seized, a panel member said.






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TSUNAMI AFTERMATH
Khao Lak stricken by staff, water shortages

'Salary war' raging among area's resorts



Rasa reviewing its listing allocation


Bt1-billion penthouse bonanza


Road map to success

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RAPE REPORT
Guilty usually known to victims

Women's group calls for more govt action to tackle problem



Hilltribe students claim they were lured by false fee promises


Funds to be sought for flood work


Security chiefs meet to counter terrorism

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BURNING ISSUE
PM, SonThi must get on with the job

The sniping and worrying about popularity is getting in the way of steering the country back to democracy



Thirayuth backs dictators: NHRC's Jaran


Bid to prosecute vote-sellers also


Thaksin's hired guns

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Chanvit job in doubt in V'nam
[SOCCER] The former national team coach Chanvit Pholchivin's future is hanging by a thread after Vietnam's V-League outfit Dong Thap reputedly retracted their offer of a lucrative contract.



Pongsaklek to clash with Ebisuoka


Thai leaves Wakeling in a daze


Chon Buri take title

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EDITORIAL
Time to clean up Pattaya

The murder of two Russian tourists should serve as a catalyst to improve the town's reputation



Surayud has power and clout, now he needs the will


Understanding the 'Korean wave'

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