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BANGKOK, 4 August 2012 – The Prime Minister has responded to the invitation of UNICEF to attend the annual UN General Assembly in New York City next month. 
CHIANG MAI, 4 August 2012  – The Faculty of Science, Maejo University, in cooperation with the Ministry of Science and Technology, is preparing to hold the National Science Week 2012,…
SURIN, 4 August 2012– Ms. Kanyarat Kiatsupa, public relations officer for the province of Surin, says Thailand has the highest number of duct cancer patients in the world. 
BANGKOK, 5 July 2012  - Ms. Benjamas Rujiwong, vice-chairperson of the the National Outstanding Thai Women Association (NOWT), activities division, made known that the NOWT is holding a charity walk…
BANGKOK, 5 August 2012  – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has confirmed that there has been no spread of rabies virus from pet rabbits to humans. 
BANGKOK, Aug 4- Thailand’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Ministry was set to make the ICT infrastructure accessible to Thai people across the country within five years under the so-called…
UBON RATCHATHANI, Aug 5- Three suspected drug traffickers were arrested on Sunday in this northeastern province with 120,000 methamphetamine pills and four packages of ‘ice’ crystal methamphetamine valued at around…
NARATHIWAT, Aug 5 – A remote-controlled bomb, targeting soldiers on patrol, exploded in Narathiwat but left all unscathed.
BANGKOK, Aug 5 - Over 10 explosive devices and one rifle were found hidden in a suitcase on a Nakhon Ratchasima-Bangkok bus in Bangkok's Mo Chit 2 bus terminal.
BANGKOK, Aug 5- Thai Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Sunday that Their Majesties the King and Queen are deeply concerned about unrest in the southernmost provinces.
BANGKOK, 2 August 2012  - Deputy Prime Minister Yutthasak Sasiprapa has disclosed that the government is considering imposing curfew in certain parts of the southern border provinces. 
BANGKOK, 2 August 2012  – The Office of Education Council of Thailand or ONEC is preparing to reform the educational system of the country. The ONEC suggests Thai students need…
BANGKOK, 2 August 2012  – Thai Universities are preparing to handle credit transfers of students in ASEAN countries when the AEC is established. 
BANGKOK, 2 August 2012  – Transport Ministry has warns people not to use fake license plates for new cars and has assured that the ministry will speed up the making…
BANGKOK, 2 August 2012  – The Prime Minister has conceded that the restoration of peace in Thailand’s southern border provinces is a complicated and time-consuming mission.