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BANGKOK, 26 January 2014 The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) is calling on all sides involved in the Thai political deadlock to be respectful…
BANGKOK, 26 January 2014 Deputy Prime Minister Surapong Tovijakchaikul has announced that the government will issue arrest warrants for violators of the Emergency Decree and those who obstructed the advance…
BANGKOK, 26 January 2014 Almost all polling stations in 50 constituencies Bangkok have been forced to shut down by anti-government protesters. The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is obliged to notify…
BANGKOK, 26 January 2014 The government has assured that its decision to invoke the Emergency Decree is constitutional as well as to protect the country’s democracy. 
BANGKOK, 26 January 2014  The Secretary-General of the National Security Council has revealed that he has conducted a meeting with government officials to assemble a team to negotiate the with…
General Situation The weak high pressure over upper Thailand cause cool to cold weather with fog in the morning, as well as thick patches in some area. All transports should…
BANGKOK, 25 January 2014  Army Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha has called for all press agencies to help promote peace and unity in the nation by avoiding taking sides in the…
BANGKOK, 25 January 2014  The Department of Medical Services is warning members of the public to avoid high-fat diets during the Chinese New Year. 

Govt still silent on poll delay

Monday, 27 January 2014 By NNT
BANgKOK, 24 January 2014 The government has not yet officially reacted to the charter court's decision to approve the election postponement. PM's Office Minister Warathep Rattanakorn has expressed his view…
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014  Director of the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) Pol Capt Chalerm Yubamrung has revealed that the center will be based at the office of…
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014 The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has vowed to bring peace back to Bangkok and confirmed it will not crack down on the anti-government…
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014  Following the imposition of the emergency decree, the government’s six security measures to deal with the country’s turmoil have been published in the Royal Gazette. The…
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs assured foreign diplomats earlier this week that the Thai government would not use force to disperse anti-government protesters following the invocation of the emergency decree. 
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014  Thailand’s upper parts will be battling more cold weather as forecasts suggest that temperatures will drop further in the region. 
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014  The Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has issued a measure to ban individuals from entering without authorization 13 buildings and 25 roads across Bangkok…
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