Tag: Thailand

Australia launches Australia-ASEAN Council

Newsroom24x7 Desk Sydney, Australia : With an eye on strengthening partnership bonds between Australia and South East Asian countries, the Australian government launched Australia-ASEAN Council. This initiative will work towards building links between all the countries of South-East Asia. South-East Asia is the one of the most important strategic and economic regions in the world

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Tiger Temple Report by Cee4life to expose illegal tiger trade

Newsroom24x7 Desk Once upon a time, nearly 16 years ago, screams a Cee4life post on facebook,  a myth was born that would fool gullible people, intelligent people, professional people, animal loving people etc from all over the world. The myth, according to Cee4life, was “the rescue of injured and orphaned Tiger cubs, by Monks in

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Missing Tigers of Tiger Temple

Newsroom24x7 Desk This news is based on Cee4life statement regarding the raids and confiscations of illegally kept animals on the premises of Tiger Temple at Kanchanaburi in Thailand, followed by the further recent revelations of the Tiger Temple Veterinarian of 15 years regarding the disappearance of 3 Tigers, Dao Nau, Facram 3 and Happy 2.

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Friends of the Lower Mekong and the sustainabilty initiative

Newsroom24x7 Desk Washington DC, Feb. 3: Friends of the Lower Mekong, a donor coordination group, have come together with the countries of the Lower Mekong to discuss the connection between water resources, energy needs, and food security. Carrying forward this objective, US Counselor Tom Shannon and Senior Advisor to the Secretary Ambassador David Thorne led

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50 countries do not meet fiscal transparency requirements: US Report

Newsroom24x7 Flash The US department of State has concluded that, of the 140 governments that were potential beneficiaries of foreign assistance and were evaluated 50 did not meet the minimum requirements of fiscal transparency. Of these, eleven governments made significant progress toward meeting the minimum requirements of fiscal transparency. On January 14, US Secretary of

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