BANGKOK, 10 November 2013 The Office of the Ombudsman of Thailand will submit a report to the cabinet and Parliament on the government's refusal to review the decision to issue a new passport former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. 

PHETCHABURI, 10 November 2013 The Governor of Phetchaburi Province has inspected flood-stricken areas, where he distributed aid packages to boost the morale of flood victims. 

BANGKOK, 11 November 2013 Former coup d’etat leader which ousted the government of Thaksin Shinawatra, and Matubhum Party leader, Gen. Sonthi Boonyaratglin, stated his doubts about current conflicts being resolved merely by the Senate refusing to pass the amnesty bill. 

BANGKOK, 10 November 2013 The government-led Pheu Thai party denies the rumors that its strategic committee has signaled a dissolution of parliament, saying it is not a solution for the country. 

BANGKOK, 10 November 2013 An ABAC Poll finds that people’s confidence in the government decreases. They believe a coup d'?tat is not a solution to the political deadlock and call on peace for the country. 

BANGKOK, 11 November 2013 (NNT) - Speaking at the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD) rally, core leader Thida Thavornseth accused the anti-amnesty bill protesters, led by the Democrat Party, of attempting to topple the Yingluck Shinawatra administration. 

BANGKOK, 10 November 2013The Deputy Commerce Minister has visited Nakhon Nayok Province to follow up on the province’s rice pledging program. He also handed out relief packages to those affected by the recent flooding. 

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Lopburi to hold annual buffet for monkeys

BANGKOK, 10 November 2013 The province of Lopburi is set to hold its annual “Monkey Buffet Festival” on November 24, sending out invitation to the primates. 

BANGKOK, 10 November 2013 Nakhon Ratchasima has held its annual Long Boat Racing festival to mark the end of the three-month annual Buddhist Lent. 

BANGKOK, 9 November 2013 The Thai and Cambodian governments have agreed to maintain their friendship no matter how the Phra Viharn verdict will turn out, says Deputy Prime Minister Pongthep Thepkarnchana. 

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