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BANGKOK, June 5 – Japan has eased regulations in issuing three-year visas with multiple entries for Thai citizens, said Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul.
RANONG, June 6 – Several southern provinces have been hit by flash floods, triggered by heavy rain with one death reported in a storm-related road accident in the Andaman coastal…
BANGKOK, June 6 - Thailand's Constitution Court president on Wednesday reasserted that the court decision to suspend the parliamentary process on a vote on the charter amendment draft is in…
BANGKOK, June 6 -- Stargazers across Thailand witnessed a rare planetary spectacle -- Venus passing in front of the sun -- that could be seen here between 5.49-11.49am today.
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  - His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan is scheduled to pay an official visit to Thailand as guest of the Thai government from June…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  - The Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economy has expressed confidence that the anti-money laundering draft will be finalized before the meeting of the Financial…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012 – The Prime Minister has expressed her worries over the corruption situation in Thailand, which is hindering the country’s development and asked all sides to fight…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012 - The Burmese government has confirmed that the cancellation of its president's trip to Thailand is not related to Aung San Suu Kyi's recent visit to…
PATHUM THANI, 6 June 2012  - The Prime Minister visited Pathum Thani province to follow up on the payment of flood compensation money after a number of residents have filed…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  - Defense Minister Air Chief Marshal Sukumpol Suwanatat has denied rumors that the Thai government allows the US military to use U-Tapao Airport in exchange for…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012 – The Cabinet has approved the appointment of Mr Suranand Vejjajiva as Prime Minister’s Secretary-General and Ms Sansanee Nakpong as Government Spokesperson. Acting Government Spokesperson Anusorn…
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012 – The Interior Ministry is moving forward with efforts to achieve reconciliation in Thailand, with public dialogues on the issue set to take place soon. 
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  – The Public Health Ministry has instructed all health offices and hospitals in provinces at risk of flash flood to prepare themselves for any undesirable situation. 
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  – A number of provinces throughout Thailand are being warned to brace themselves against possible natural calamities as heavy rain continues in various areas. 
BANGKOK, 6 June 2012  - Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Yongyuth Wichaidit, insisted that the lightning transfer of two police station chiefs in the capital is not related to…
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