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Pheu Thai MPs brace for no-confidence debate

BANGKOK, Nov 18 – The ruling Pheu Thai Party will meet urgently tomorrow to prepare for the opposition’s no-confidence debate against Prime Minister Yingluck...

Democrat Party moves to remove PM Yingluck, two ministers

BANGKOK, Nov 16 – The Democrat Party has petitioned the Senate, seeking to impeach Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and two Cabinet members for corruption...

Interior Minister: Protesters’ goal is to topple govt

BANGKOK, Nov 8 – Anti-government protesters set Monday as their deadline for withdrawal of the amnesty bill to coincide with a verdict by the...

Rubber farmers continue blocking road to South

PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN, OCT 29 – Rubber farmers from Thailand’s South have defied the authorities’ order to stop blocking Phetchkasem Road, the major route...

Pheu Thai Party prepares alternative if Amnesty Bill is rejected

BANGKOK, Oct 24 – Pheu Thai leader Charupong Ruangsuwan said the ruling party was determined to pass the Amnesty Bill into law and, if...

Amnesty Bill ignites widespread debate in Thai society

BANGKOK, Oct 22 – Parliamentary deliberation of Thailand's controversial Amnesty Bill has triggered heated public debate and criticism which could lead to a political...

PM Yingluck vows assistance to flood-hit people nationwide

BANGKOK, Oct 2 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today promised to look closely at the plight of flood-hit people who will be granted financial...

Thailand braces for more floods as downpours continue

BANGKOK, Sept 28 – Several parts of Thailand, particularly the eastern region, have been severely submerged by floods as train services were disrupted and...

Thai Navy, state agencies, on full alert for flooding

BANGKOK, Sept 24 – The Royal Thai Navy was ordered on 24-hour vigilance for flood response as Thailand braces for a new round of...

PM urges public not to worry about flood situation

BANGKOK, Sept 20 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today urged the Thai public not to worry about renewed flooding as the government is well-prepared...

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Thailand suspends Egyptian flights after COVID-19 infected soldier misused diplomatic privileges

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Covid-19 infected Egyptian soldier rudely disrupts Thai domestic tourism and education

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