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Impeaching YingLuck Shinawatra

January 16, 2015

Impeaching YingLuck Shinawatra

by KhemthongTonsakulrungruang

This impeachment is merely the latest in a series of attempted legal abuses by the elite establishment. With prejudiced minds and no legal grounds, the NLA is jeopardizing the rule of law, not upholding it as claimed…It is no secret that the junta-appointed NLA, who will determine Yingluck’s fate, is comprised mostly of her enemies.– Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang…

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South Korea & ASEAN Commemorative Summit 2014 - Building Trust, Bringing Happiness

In the special summit in Busan, a port city in south-east South Korea, ASEAN countries and SK agreed that it is important to maintain sustainable peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula. 87 more words

Wisma Putra summons US Ambassador for his remarks on Sedition Act, 1948

December 11, 2014

Wisma Putra summons US Ambassador for his remarks on Sedition Act, 1948

http://www.malaysiakini.com (12-10-14)

The government has called in United States Ambassador to Malaysia Joseph Yun (pic above) to explain remarks he made in an interview with… 303 more words


Joe Biden and Malaysia's Sedition Act

December 6, 2014

COMMENT: Can we assume that Mr. Biden’s comments on twitter reflect the official stance of the United States on Malaysia’s use of the Sedition Act against the political opposition, civil society activists, university students and academics. 781 more words


Competition defeated: Igman from Konjic exports sniper ammunition to Pakistan

BiH’s factory of military industry Igman has delivered to Pakistan sniper ammunition 12,7×99, called Ball Sniper, worth close to half a million euros.

In addition to BiH, this type of ammunition is also produced by South Korea, South Africa and the United Kingdom. 444 more words