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BANGKOK, May 7 - Three men were killed as they fell from the 68th floor of Thailand's tallest building, Baiyoke Tower II, as a cable supporting the platform carrying the…
BANGKOK, May 7 - Thirty-five Laotian workers and a Thai national were arrested in Nakhon Nayok Monday while the workers hid in two pickup trucks trying to return to their…
RAYONG, 6 May 2012  – The Industry Ministry is confident that the fire incident in Map Ta Phut has left no trace of chemical contamination that may harm Rayong residents. 
RAYONG, 6 May 2012  – The air quality around the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate remains safe and poses no health threat, according to the Environment Ministry. 
BANGKOK, 6 May 2012 – The residents of Thailand have been warned to prepare for heavy rain and flash flood during the next few days. 
BANGKOK, 4 May 2012  – A leading development expert is against an effort to adapt international concepts to political and economic development in Thailand, saying that making such an effort…
BANGKOK, May 7 - The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) on Monday ordered the suspension of operations of a chemical plant in the Hemaraj Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate following…
BANGKOK, May 6 – The death toll from a fire at a factory in the Map Ta Phut industrial estate has risen to 12, while 24 out of 142 injured…
RAYONG, May 6 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra sets up a tripartite committee to monitor air quality around the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate following a fire and explosion at…
NAKHON SI THAMMARAT, May 5 -- A cargo train derailed in Nakhon Si Thammarat while heading from Bangkok to Songkhla's Hat Yai, paralysing southern bound train services while two people…
BANGKOK, 5 May 2012  – The Public Health Ministry is poised to declare more areas that are officially alcohol-free in the near future. 
BANGKOK, 5 May 2012  – The Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) has voiced its readiness to supply enough water to consumers as the demand is likely to jump during this sizzling…
BANGKOK, May 4 - Japanese State Minister heading Financial and Postal Issues Shozaburo Jimi on Friday met with Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul during his official visit to Thailand to…
BANGKOK, May 4 -- Bilateral relations between Thailand and Iraq have gradually progressed and the two countries have prepared to reopen each other embassies in Bangkok and Baghdad.
BANGKOK, April 4 - Thailand strongly protested to Cambodia over Wednesday's landmine blast which seriously injured a Thai soldier on patrol in the northeastern province of Si Sa Ket bordering…
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