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Narathiwat hotel bombing prompts tourists to cancel reservations

NARATHIWAT, May 21 – The hotel industry in this southern border province has been shaken by Saturday's bombing at the Asia Hotel in...

Sungai Kolok communities still face high flood levels

NARATHIWAT, Feb 28 - Communities along the river in Sungai Kolok district are still facing high levels of flooding. ...

Southbound train service back to normal

NARATHIWAT, Nov 21 – Trains bound for Thailand’s southernmost province of Yala resumed service Wednesday morning after a 300-metre stretch of tracks, badly...

Yuthasak asserts curfew not needed in southern border region

  BANGKOK, Aug 1 - Deputy Prime Minister Yuthasak Sasiprapa admitted Wednesday to a lack of unity among agencies in addressing southern violence, but...

Sungai Kolok car bomb causes tourists’ check out of 50 percent

NARATHIWAT, July 21 - The Friday car bomb in Su-ngai Kolok district has heavily impacted the local economy, causing 50 percent of foreign...

Car bombing in Narathiwat’s Su-ngai Kolok district

NARATHIWAT, July 20 – A car bomb in Narathiwat's Su-ngai Kolok district on Friday morning caused a fire which engulfed a commercial building,...

Thailand to boost ties with neighbours: Foreign Minister

BANGKOK, Feb 7 - Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul on Tuesday reaffirmed that Thailand will focus on strengthening relations and cooperation with its neighbouring...

Heavy rain triggers flash flood in Narathiwat

NARATHIWAT, Jan 13 – A flash flood from the Sankalakhiri mountain range in Narathiwat’s Sukhirin district and heavy downpour damaged a section of road...

One child drowns in southern flood

YALA, Jan 3 – A nine-year old girl reportedly drowned in Yala as heavy rainfall triggered flooding in nine southern provinces, according to Thailand’s...

Thai army chief visits troubled south; Amnesty condemns insurgents

BANGKOK, Sept 27 - Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha is is Thailand’s troubled South today on an inspection trip of the insurgency-impacted border region....

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