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Govt to launch anti-corruption measures

BANGKOK, 12 May 2012  – In a latest show of hostility to corruption, the government has approved new measures aimed at eliminating corrupt...

Justice Minister: Government to consider compensation for southern violence victims

YALA, Jan 12 - Justice Minister Pol Gen Pracha Promnog on Thursday reaffirmed that the government will consider compensation package for victims of Deep...

Bangkok Governor inspects Don Mueang site where ‘Big Bag’ barrier was...

BANGKOK, Nov 14 -- Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra on Monday will inspect the location at Don Mueang where the government’s 'Big Bag' flood barrier...

PM announces 3-phase flood rehabilitation plan to restore confidence

BANGKOK, Nov 8 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday announced “Strategic Measures for the Country’s Rehabilitation” – a three-phase post-flood action plan to...

Floodwater spreading into inner Bangkok

BANGKOK, Nov 7 -- Floodwater is spreading into inner Bangkok as water surged into the Suthisarn Tunnel on Ratchadapisek Road, closing traffic, while car...

FROC warns people in nine districts of Bangkok to prepare for...

BANGKOK, 25 October 2011 -The Flood Relief Operations Center (FROC) released its 9th statement last night alerting residents in nine districts of Bangkok to...

Cabinet sets 27-31 Oct as holidays for flood-hit provinces

BANGKOK, 25 October 2011  – The Cabinet has granted permission to agencies in flood-affected areas nationwide to take days off during 27-31 October when...

Japan offers aid to flood victims

BANGKOK, 15 October 2011  – Japan has offered aid worth 12 million THB to flood victims in Thailand. A Korean Air...

Bangkok confirmed safe from floods with more dykes being built urgently

BANGKOK, 14 October 2011  – Justice Minister Police General Pracha Promnog, in his capacity as director of the Flood Relief Operations Center (FROC), has...

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