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BANGKOK, 23 January 2014  Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is visiting the northern part of Thailand during January 20-24, 2014. 
BANGKOK 23 January 2014  Former Democrat Party member and core leader of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) Tavorn Senniam led a clean-up at the Victory Monument after 10 days…
BANGKOK, Jan 22 - A hardcore anti-government group today challenged the caretaker government's use of the Emergency Decree and vowed to take three leading state officials including the caretaker prime…
BANGKOK, Jan 22 - Protesters from the People's Democratic Reform Committee have blocked the road at the Office of the Defence Permanent Secretary in Muang Thong Thani, on the outskirts…
BANGKOK, Jan 23 – The caretaker government renewed its call for dialogue with protesters even as the Emergency Decree was invoked yesterday.
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 Although influenza and diarrhea have yet to be discovered among the protesters, the Public Health Ministry will be on 24-hour alert for possible infections. 
BANGKOK 22 January 2014  The Pathumwan rally has begun to carry out a “big cleaning day” after the government has officially announced an emergency decree. 
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 Over 1,000 open-billed storks, also known as Asian openbills, that migrate to Buriram every winter have laid eggs for the first time in history of the…
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 The Thai Red Cross Society is asking all sides not to use its logo in wrong purposes as it is a humanitarian organization that does not…
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is geared up for the upcoming general election scheduled for February 2nd and the advance voting on Sunday January 26th. 
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 The intense high pressure area maintaining its grasp over Thailand has caused the mercury to drop and fog to occur in many provinces in the North…
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014 The People's Democratic Reform Committee rallies' effect on transportation in Bangkok has not yet reached a severe or crippling point, says Transport Minister Chatchart Sitthiphan. 
BANGKOK, 22 January 2014  People who follow news of political demonstrations too closely may be familiarizing themselves with rude language, which might lead to more violent behavior later, according to…
BANGKOK, 21 January 2014  A total of 554 people have been injured since political protests began in late November.
BANGKOK, 21 January 2014  Police are speeding up an investigation into grenade and gun attacks at Victory Monument, which injured a total of 28 people. 
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