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SAMUT PRAKAN, April 8 -- A new garbage dump fire early this morning brought firefighters to Phraekasa sub district, bringing the blaze under control after four hours, according to the Samut Prakarn disaster agency.

Wednesday, 09 April 2014 11:52

CCTV camera catches Yala bombing suspects

YALA, April 8 -- Police revealed CCTV footage holding images that could lead to the capture of the bombing suspects in four locations in Yala on April 6 that killed one victim and wounded 30 others.

BANGKOK, April 8 --  Thailand's Election Commission (EC) on Tuesday approved Senatorial election results, endorsing 58 candidates but 19 candidates, including Jaruwan Mainthaka, who won election in Bangkok, have not been endorsed pending a further probe. 

BANGKOK, April 8 -  Thailand's Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) said it is collecting evidence to bring charges against the leaders of the anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) for unconstitutionally attempting to overthrow the country's democratic system.

BANGKOK, April 8 -- Thailand's caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today expressed worry over the situation in the southern provinces after bomb attacks at eight locations in Yala on two consecutive days, killing one person and wounding 30 others.

BANGKOK, April 7 – Thailand’s auto market will shrink 20-25 per cent this year to a total sales volume of only 1-1.06 million units, according to Kasikorn Research Centre (KRC).

BANGKOK, April 7 – The scheduled maintenance of a natural gas platform in the Gulf of Thailand this month will not disrupt the power supply to the public and industrial sector, according to PTT Plc.

Nearly two million people are expected to travel via major airports in major cities nationwide during the Songkran festival on April 11-17, according to the Airports of Thailand (AoT).

KALASIN, April 5 -- More than 1,200 homes in four districts of the northeastern province of Kalasin were damaged by a summer storm, one of the strongest in 10 years.

BANGKOK, April 5 -- A police tow truck which was parked near Parusakawan Palace was bombed but there were no reports of injuries.

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