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BANGKOK, June 14 – The anti-government Thai Spring movement is organising the first “online political rally” to take place on a social media network, starting June 23, group leaders announced today. 

BANGKOK, June 14 – Thailand's security chief Paradorn Patanatabut gave reassurances today that the leading Muslim militant group engaged in peace talks with the government will see to it that attacks are avoided during the fasting month of Ramadan.

BANGKOK, June 15 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) has decided to officially file charges of premeditated murder against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy Suthep Thaugsuban.

BANGKOK, June 14 - A fourth suspect in the murder of outspoken businessman Akeyuth Anchanbutr surrendered to police today but denied an accusation that he killed the victim.

BANGKOK, June 13 - Two leading Thai government agencies are thoroughly examining the money trail of bankrupt fitness centre California Wow Experience (CAWOW), with preliminary evidence pointing to a swindling of the public, according to a senior officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  

BANGKOK, June 12 – Thailand may review the ongoing peace process with southern Muslim militant leaders if tomorrow’s dialogues make no progress, Thailand’s security chief said today. 

BANGKOK, June 12 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung today abruptly ruled out any political motive behind the death of businessman Akeyuth Anchanbutr.

BANGKOK, June 13 - The Thai authorities have charged three suspects with robbery, fatal attack and concealment of homicidal death in connection with the disappearance of outspoken businessman Akeyuth Anchanbutr whose body was found and recovered in the southern province of Phatthalung yesterday.

BANGKOK, June 13 - Foreign investors will continue their long-term investment in the Thai bourse despite an index plunge for almost two weeks, according to an executive of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). 

HOKKAIDO, June 12 - Thai and Japanese tourism operators today hailed the move to waive visa requirements for Thais, predicting the number of visitors to the island country will leapfrog.

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