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Thai expats & foreigners pay tribute to HM the King

BANGKOK,(NNT) - Royal Thai Embassies and Consulates have organized memorial activities to enable Thai expats to take part in the national mourning and allow...

Thailand’s mourning features in foreign media

BANGKOK,(NNT) - The country’s mourning for the loss of HM the King continues to capture the attention of the international media. World leading news...

Traders warned not to overcharge black clothes

Traders have been warned not to overprice their black clothes which are now in high demand as Thai people flock to markets, department stores,...

Prime Minister encourages Thai people to stay strong during this difficult...

BANGKOK – The Prime Minister has acknowledged that this is a time when there is grief across the nation, and encouraged everyone in every...

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Thailand extends ‘Emergency Decree’ for the fourth time to the end of August

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Nong Nooch Pattaya Convention Center earns Covid-safe certification

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