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BANGKOK: Will young people like the ones who turned out on a recent Saturday night to listen to politically hip rappers also make it to the polls for Thailand’s upcoming general election?
BANGKOK (Reuters) - When Thai voters go to polls on March 24 in the first elections since a military coup, there will be at least three parties on the ballot openly campaigning to keep the military in power through democracy.
Thailand’s young voters look to the future, not the past.
LONDON (Reuters) - There will be no split loyalties for Derek Morgan in Cardiff this weekend as the man whose Welsh accent makes Tom Jones sound like Hugh Grant but who won nine caps for England and became president of the RFU is firmly in the Eddie Jones camp.
Do people these days adhere to tradition when it comes to their festive outfits? Here’s what some young Malaysians have to say about their fashion choices for Chinese New Year.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Standing atop the stairs outside his university auditorium, 20-year-old activist Parit Chiwarak led a protest of hundreds of people calling for an end to Thailand's ruling military junta.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Rival groups held demonstrations in Thailand's capital on Saturday, with hundreds of people demanding quick elections to end military rule and a much smaller group of pro-junta supporters saying it was too soon for a vote.
Ariff Awaluddin and Soraya Yusof Talismail, husband-and-wife artists/photographers, spent two years between 2005 and 2006 visiting Kelantan to document the East Coast state's traditional art forms and cultural heritage.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Last July 6, Major General Manuel Quevedo joined his wife, a Catholic priest and a gathering of oil workers in prayer in a conference room at the headquarters of Petroleos de Venezuela SA, or PDVSA.