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DSI to file murder charges against Abhisit, Suthep

BANGKOK, May 30 – Thailand's Department of Special Investigation (DSI) is mulling additional charges against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy Suthep...

PM outlines 2014 budget in relation to govt strategies

BANGKOK, May 29 –Thailand’s Bt2.525 trillion Budget Bill for the next fiscal year is aimed at driving the government’s nine strategic elements to boost...

Ex-PM/Democrat party leader Abhisit ready to defend MP status

BANGKOK, May 16 – Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said today he is ready to clarify in the Constitution Court the move to impeach him...

Government urges activists to not protest at Chiang Mai’s Asia Pacific...

BANGKOK, May 14 - Thailand today urged activists and NGOs not to protest at the 2nd Asia Pacific Water Summit now being held in...

More murder charges against former Thai premier, deputy

BANGKOK, May 14 – Thailand’s former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy Suthep Thaugsuban appeared at the Department of Special Investigation (DSI)...

Suspect denies hacking PM’s Office website

BANGKOK, May 10 - A man suspected of hacking into the website of the Prime Minister's Office and posting messages insulting the premier surrendered...

Pheu Thai MPs, senators defy court’s order

BANGKOK, May 4 – The government’s Pheu Thai Party has released an open letter objecting the Constitution Court’s consideration of a petition against...

Thai security official asserts peace talks unrelated to attacks in South

BANGKOK, May 2 – A top Thai security official today categorically denied that the current spate of violent attacks in the country’s far...

Opposition leader urges PM to take full control of southern resolution

BANGKOK, April 27 – Opposition Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva has called for government unity and the prime minister’s sincerity in solving unrest in...

Abhisit slams Thai government on amnesty move

BANGKOK, April 20 – Thailand’s opposition leader has warned that the government-sponsored Amnesty Bill will lead the country backwards and result in political...

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