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Thai missing in Philippine volcanic eruption found

BANGKOK, May 8 - Filipino authorities have found a Thai man who was injured in the eruption of a Philippine volcano and sent...

Thai man injured in Philippine volcano eruption

BANGKOK, May 7 – A Thai man was injured today in the eruption of a Philippine volcano. Foreign Ministry...

No Thais injured or killed in Boston marathon bomb

BANGKOK, 16 April 2013 -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revealed that no Thai nationals have been injured or killed in Boston Marathon...

Security upgrade at Thailand’s airports follows Boston Marathon blasts

BANGKOK, April 16 – Security arrangements at Thailand’s six major airports were reviewed and tightened today after a bomb attack at the Boston Marathon...

Foreign Ministry allays fears among Thais about South Korean safety

BANGKOK, April 10 – The Thai embassy in Seoul has reported all is normal in South Korea, Foreign Ministry spokesman Manasvi Srisodapol said...

US disavows mistaken report on Thailand as terrorist target

BANGKOK, April 5 – Thailand's foreign ministry and army chief have flatly rejected a terror target list by the US Federal Bureau of...

World Islamic body nods to Thailand’s tackling of southern violence

BANGKOK, Feb 8 – The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has responded positively to Thailand’s successive solutions to the long-standing violence in three...

UNHCR lending helping hand to Rohingyas

BANGKOK, 23 January 2013  The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Tuesday visited the detained Rohingyas in Songkhla Province to determine...

Foreign Ministry insists assistance for Rohingya only temporary

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – Thailand's Foreign Ministry has called on the world community and other countries to lend their hands in solving the...

US President to officially visit Thailand next week

BANGKOK, Nov 9 -- Newly re-elected US President Barack Obama will officially visit Thailand November 18-19, becoming the first US leader to visit...

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