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Thomas Fuller


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May 2003: Journalist.

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RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) International Herald Tribune Organization
Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) New York Times Source Jun 12, 2016

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
Jun 12, 2016 Court Papers Give Insight Into Stanford Sex Assault

QUOTE: The assault of the 22-year-old woman — she is described as Jane Doe in court documents — has led to a firestorm of outrage for what many saw as her assailant’s light punishment, a six-month jail term with the possibility of parole after just three months.

New York Times
Jul 29, 2013 Cambodian Opposition Rejects Election Results

QUOTE: Cambodia faces a volatile and possibly prolonged political standoff after leaders of the opposition said on Monday that they rejected the preliminary results of Sunday’s election and accused the authoritarian government of Prime Minister Hun Sen of large-scale cheating to achieve a relatively narrow victory.

New York Times
May 18, 2010 Thai Army Moves to Confront Protesters

QUOTE: the government moved aggressive

New York Times
Dec 17, 2007 Old U.S. Allies, Still Hiding Deep in Laos

QUOTE: Four decades after the Central Intelligence Agency hired thousands of jungle warriors to fight Communists on the western fringes of the Vietnam War, men who say they are veterans of that covert operation are isolated, hungry and periodically hunted by a Laotian Communist government still mistrustful of the men who sided with America.

New York Times
May 16, 2003 Microsoft defends use of special fund

QUOTE: The head of Microsoft Corp.'s European operations said Thursday that countries throughout Europe were the target of a special fund designed to capture deals with governments and large institutions.

International Herald Tribune (IHT)
May 14, 2003 How Microsoft Warded Off Rival

ABSTRACT: Microsoft's strategy to dissuade governments across the globe from choosing cheaper alternatives to the Windows computer software systems and thwarting competition exposed.

New York Times