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  • Palm Angels Opens Its First Flagship in Hong Kong

    Palm Angels this week opens the doors to its first flagship, located on Hong Kong’s Patterson Street, one of the most prominent shopping areas in the territory. The space, which is inspired by the archetype of the white cube art gallery, was developed by Studio April in collaboration with Palm Angels founder and creative director [

    Highsnobiety
  • Thai leader to discuss lifting of politics ban with parties

    The head of Thailand's military government on Friday invited representatives of political parties contesting next year's promised elections to discuss the planned lifting of a ban on political activity that has been in force since the army seized power more than four years ago.

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  • Thai leader to discuss lifting of politics ban with parties

    BANGKOK (AP) — The head of Thailand’s military government has invited representatives of political parties contesting next year’s promised elections to discuss the planned lifting of a ban on political activity that has been in…

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  • Thai leader to discuss lifting of politics ban with parties

    The head of Thailand’s military government has invited political parties contesting next year’s promised elections to discuss the planned lifting of a ban on political activity that has been in force since the army seized power more than four years ago

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  • Thai leader to discuss lifting of politics ban with parties

    The head of Thailand's military government has invited political parties contesting next year's promised elections to discuss the planned lifting of a ban on political activity that has been in force since the army seized power more than four years ago.

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  • Thai leader to discuss lifting of politics ban with parties

    The head of Thailand's military government has invited political parties contesting next year's promised elections to discuss the planned lifting of a ban on political activity that has been in force since the army seized power more than four years ago.

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  • Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker barred from running in local election

    Eddie Chu told that his support for independence from China disqualified him from running in rural part of the New Territories Hong Kong authorities have barred a pro-democracy lawmaker from running in a local election for “implicitly” supporting Hong Kong’s independence from China, in what critics said was another instance of civil rights being eroded in the China-ruled city Eddie Chu, a former journalist who was democratically elected as one of Hong Kong’s 70 legislators in a 2016 election,...

    the Guardian