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Thaksin not interested in reconciliation process

Bangkok (AP) — Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, ousted by the military coup in 2006 and still the object of political passions, declared Friday...

Surapong seeks justice from government

BANGKOK, Nov 14 -- Ex-deputy prime minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul, also a key leader of the Pheu Thai Party, will submit a letter to Prime...

Thailand forwards satellite findings to Malaysia

BANGKOK, 28 March 2014  The Thai government has forwarded the recent satellite findings to Malaysia to aid their search for the missing Malaysia Airlines...

Govt to set up procedures after Charter Court’s ruling on Feb...

BANGKOK, 26 March 2014  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has assigned the Council of State, Deputy Prime Minister Pongthep Thepkanjana, and PM's Office Minister Varathep...

Malaysia asks Thailand to help find missing flight MH370

BANGKOK, 20 March 2014  Malaysia has asked Thailand for assistance in finding Malaysia Airlines jet that has gone missing for almost a fortnight.  ...

CAPO increasing checkpoints in response to reinstatement of internal security law

BANGKOK, 20 March 2014  The Center for the Administration of Peace and Order (CAPO) will be increasing police checkpoints at political rally sites and...

Nationalities of Muslim migrants to be urgently verified

BANGKOK, Mar 20 –  Two international organisations have been asked to visit Thailand’s southern province of Songkhla to verify the origins of 218 Muslim...

Thailand aiding Malaysia locate missing flight MH370

BANGKOK, Mar 20 – Malaysia has sought assistance from Thailand in the search-and-rescue operation for the missing Malaysian Airlines (MAS) flight MH370, according to...

CMPO proposes lifting emergency decree

BANGKOK, March 12 - The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has proposed lifting the two-month state of emergency and replace it with...

PDRC vows to continue pressuring PM, but lift road blockades

BANGKOK, 2 March 2014  The People’s Democratic Reform Committee won't give up attempts to close down businesses related to the Shinawatra family; however, it...

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Navy drills emergency response before fleet show

PATTAYA - While preparing Pattaya Bay to host ships from dozens of foreign countries, the navy practiced its response to emergencies before the international fleet...

Thai police search for 20 suspected Uighurs on the run

Bangkok (AP) — Police said Tuesday they were stepping up security along the country's borders as they searched for around 20 suspected ethnic Uighurs...

Meteorological Office warns of more rain in many parts of the country

Bangkok - Four provinces in the central and northeastern regions of Thailand have continued to battle against flooding with areas of the south, central...

Culture Ministry calls for return of ancient Thai artifacts

Bangkok - The Ministry of Culture is speeding up the process for the return of ancient Thai artifacts from overseas. The ministry's ad hoc committee...

Tourists generate 2.1 trillion baht during first 10 months

Bangkok - The Permanent Secretary for Tourism and Sports, Pongpanu Svetarundra, said arrivals to Thailand generated tourism revenue of more than 2.1 trillion baht...

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