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Thai villagers win 10-year lawsuit over mining pollution

BANGKOK (AP) — The lawyer for a group of villagers in Thailand who won a 10-year lawsuit against a mining company for polluting their...

Haze level back to normal in Yala

YALA – The air quality in Yala has improved as the level of haze has dropped to normal. The rainfall that doused the southernmost...

Cabinet approves Bt4 billion budget to resolve Map Ta Phut problems

BANGKOK, June 19 – The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a budget of Bt4.3 billion to implement a five-year plan to resolve the ongoing...

New rules for factories to protect the environment

BANGKOK, 14 August 2011 - The Department of Industrial Works is amending the ministerial announcement concerning practices that create environmental impact by factories to...

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Thai government clarifies quarantine exemption for US Army Chief of Staff visit

The spokesman of the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration admitted that the visiting delegation of the United States’ army chief of staff would not...

Plans to prevent flood in Bangkok and vicinity during rainy season

Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat, Government Spokesperson, disclosed that Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha has followed up on the water situation with the...