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BANGKOK, 22 February 2012 - Three suspected insurgents have been gunned down during a gunfight with the military in the country's strife-torn South on Tuesday. 
  BANGKOK, Feb 22 - Thailand’s Constitution Court is scheduled to rule at 2pm today on the constitutionality of two executive decrees allowing the government to borrow Bt350 billion in…
BANGKOK, 2 September 2012  - The Social Security Office (SSO) is increasing the number of foreign language operators for its hotline, to support the country’s entry into the Asean Economic…
BANGKOK, Feb 22 – Thailand’s Criminal Court approved on Wednesday an extension to the detention of Mohammad Hazaei, one of the suspects in the Sukhumvit bomb incidents last week, and…
BANGKOK, Sept 2 - Taweewattana district director said the area was ready for the government's water draining test on Wednesday. Prapat Teerapongtorn said 27 communities along the city's canals have…
BANGKOK, 21 February 2012  – Foreign diplomats to the Kingdom of Thailand are scheduled to meet with the Tourism Minister to discuss countermeasures for tourist swindles. 
BANGKOK, 21 February 2012  - The committee overseeing the purchase of tablet computers has agreed to acquire the tablets through a government-to-government (G2G) purchase, hoping they will be in the…
NARATHIWAT, Feb 21 – A former insurgent in the Pattani United Liberation Organisation (PULO) was shot to death in a rubber plantation in Narathiwat’s Ruso district hours after a village…
BANGKOK, Feb 21 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her ministers were heading to the northeastern province of Udon Thani Tuesday morning for their second 'retreat' cabinet meeting today and…
BANGKOK, Feb 20 - Thai police on Monday took bomb suspect Mohammad Hazaei, an Iranian, to the Metropolitan Police Bureau for questioning and formally charged him of involvement in the…

Seasonal haze eases in northern provinces

Wednesday, 22 February 2012 By MCOT
LAMPANG, Feb 20 – The thick haze and smog covering Thailand’s northern provinces, particularly Lampang and Chiang Mai, on Monday improved dramatically owing to downpours.
BANGKOK, Feb 20 - Thailand's Court of Appeals on Monday rejected a bail application for Somyot Preuksakasemsuk, editor of a Red Shirt magazine detained for lese majeste, citing concern over…
PUTRAJAYA, Feb 20 - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday reaffirmed to visiting Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra that Malaysia did not support the insurgency and opposed violence in…
BANGKOK, Feb 17 -- The international money-laundering watchdog’s decision on blacklisting Thailand  will inevitably affect foreign investors' confidence.
BANGKOK, 19 February 2012  - The Transport Ministry is planning to speed up the restoration of all roads and canals in order to cope with possible flooding later this year. 
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