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One more railway bomb victim dead.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 By MCOT
NARATHIWAT, Nov 19 – One more victim of Sunday’s railway bomb in Narathiwat was pronounced dead at hospital, raising the death toll to three. A Yala-Sungai Kolok passenger train was…
BANGKOK, Nov 17 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is scheduled to attend the 21st ASEAN Summit and related meetings in Phnom Penh between November 18-20 and plans to raise…
PHNOM PENH, Nov 18 –  Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, along with the other nine leaders, signed the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration at the 21st ASEAN Summit in Cambodia.
BANGKOK, Nov 19 -- Thailand and United States have agreed to chart the way for a deeper bilateral strategic partnership and enhanced regional cooperation as Bangkok welcomed Washington’s policy of…
BANGKOK, Nov 18 - His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej granted an audience to US President Barack Obama on his visit to Thailand Sunday, his first foreign trip after winning re-election…
BANGKOK, Nov 16 – The opposition Democrat Party today officially called on the Thai parliament to strip Defence Minister Sukumpol Suwanatat of his ministerial post for abusing his power. 
BANGKOK, Nov 16 -  Security agencies concerned about the upcoming Pitak Siam anti-government rally will meet Monday at Government House in a meeting to be chaired by Deputy Prime Minister…
BANGKOK, Nov 16 – As a political rally by the anti-Thai government Pitak Siam movement draws closer, police in the capital have moved to enforce the Internal Security Act to…
BANGKOK, Nov 15 – A sole member of the ruling Pheu Thai Party is seeking a Constitution Court order to thwart the planned anti-government rally led by the Pitak Siam…
BANGKOK, Nov 15 -  Metropolitan Police Bureau chief  Pol Lt-Gen Kamronwit Thoopkrachang said today a crowd-control plan dubbed 'Korakot 52' will be used to handle the anti-government rally led by…
BANGKOK, Nov 16 – Thailand and the US have finally signed a joint vision statement for a new defence alliance between the two countries. 
NAKHON PHANOM, Nov 16 –  One hundred kilogrammes of marijuana were seized Thursday on the Mekong River in this northeastern province, bordering Laos.
NARATHIWAT, Nov 16 - More shops have opened for trade despite the insurgents' threat of possible harm to those ignoring their clandestine warnings in this  southernmost province Friday amid tight…
BANGKOK, Nov 16 - Six Thai nationals suspected as scammers in a China-based call centre syndicate have been extradited for prosecution in Thailand.  

Bangkok to host Asian Mayors Forum

Saturday, 17 November 2012 By MCOT
BANGKOK, Nov 15 – Thailand’s capital Bangkok will host the third Asian Mayors Forum (AMF) later this month to support the exchange of experiences, opinions in making the cooperative network…
NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Nov 15 - Drought is spreading into wider areas of the northeast, reflected by Nakhon Ratchasima and Nakhon Phanom declaring added disaster areas as fear mounts that the…
BANGKOK, Nov 15 - The Thai Red Cross Society announced that its National Blood Centre lacks supplies in all blood groups for patients, and is asking the public for urgent…
BANGKOK, Nov 14 - Thailand's Public Health Ministry forecasts the number of Thai diabetes patients will nearly triple to more than 4 million in the next eight years, with about…
NONG KHAI, Nov 14 -- Police in Thailand’s northeastern province of Nong Khai on Wednesday rescued 52 endangered pangolins from a syndicate of wildlife smugglers and arrested two suspects. 
YALA, Nov 14 – Thailand’s army chief today claimed improvements have been made in the southern security situation, but made no promise for an early solution.