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BANGKOK, June 1 – The government may appeal the Central Administrative Court’s verdict which reinstated Thawil Pliensri to the helm at the National Security Council (NSC).
BANGKOK, May 31 - Thailand's Department of Special Investigation (DSI) arrested a Myanmar human trafficker in the western province of Kanchanaburi, while in a separate case, three brothels were pulled…
BANGKOK, 31 May 2013 Metropolitan Police Chief Kamronwit Thoopkrachang has announced that there will be a reward of 10 million baht for anyone who can reveal to the police the…
BANGKOK, 31 May 2013 The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has demolished shops on Samet Island and Rayong’s Mae Rampueng beach in a bid to solve the…
BANGKOK, May 31 – Half of the smokers responding to a Thailand poll this week were determined to stop smoking on World No Tobacco Day today, according to an ABAC…
BANGKOK, May 31 – The lower house of Thailand's Parliament, the House of Representatives, today voted to pass the Bt2.525 trillion 2014 budget bill which, according to the government, is…
MAHASARAKHAM, 30th May 2013 Mahasarakham University has found the oldest Asian box turtle fossil in the world. The turtle is believed to be of the specimen that existed in Thailand…
BANGKOK, 30 May 2013 The Office of Basic Education Commission (OBEC) has affirmed that the Education Ministry will not be closing down any small schools, at least for this year. 
AYUTTHAYA, 31 May 2013 Thousands of dog heads have been found dumped in the woods in Wang Noi district of Ayutthaya province, raising concern among locals who worried that the…
PATTANI, 31 May 2013 Officials have cordoned off areas in Mayo district of Pattani province in search of armed robbers that struck a Kasikorn Bank money van and exchanged gunfire…
BANGKOK, May 31 – Bangkok's metropolitan police have lashed out at rumour mongers on the social media for spreading unfounded statements--so-called news--about bombings in crowded areas and commercial centres in…
NARATHIWAT, May 31 -Schools in this restive southern province made the decision to close today following the latest insurgent attack on a teacher.
BANGKOK, May 31 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung has urged southern insurgents to give themselves up to the authorities and promised to treat them fairly in accord with the…
BANGKOK, 30 May 2013 The deputy prime minister in charge of security has blamed anti-government groups as the source of recent rumors about possible violence in Bangkok. 
BANGKOK, May 31 – Thailand's opposition Democrat Party has officially sought to impeach Deputy Prime Minister/Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong for negligence of duty.
BANGKOK, 30 May 2013 Deputy PM Chalerm Ubumrung has joined the National Police Chief and senior police officers in patrolling Bangkok in a bid to boost public confidence. 
BANGKOK, May 31 -- Thailand and India have mutually agreed to speed up to talks to achieve the establishment of a Free Trade Area Agreement (FTA) between the two countries…
BANGKOK, 30 May 2013 The management of the Airport Rail Link asserts it is in the process of asking the State Railway Authority for additional budget for improving Makasan station…
NAKHON RATCHASIMA, 30 May 2013 Traffic on the Mitraphap Rd. section in the resort district of Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima grinded to a halt on Wednesday because 4 luxury cars…
As violence continues in Thailand's southern border region, security personnel are the most vulnerable targets of insurgent attacks. Like their male counterparts, female paramilitary rangers are no exception. Despite life-threats…