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Foreign Ministry assures ambassadors of Govt’s patience with protesters

BANGKOK, 3 December 2013 The Foreign Ministry has assured foreign ambassadors of the government’s patience with the anti-government demonstrators as several countries have offered...

Tear gas fired at anti-govt protesters near Government House

BANGKOK, Dec 2 - Police fired tear gas at protesters trying to use a commandeered police vehicle to remove barriers at a bridge near...

Thais advised to renew passports at Temporary Passport Offices in Bangna...

BANGKOK, 28 November 2013 Thai nationals who are looking to renew their passports have been advised to do so at the temporary Passport Offices...

Police predict fewer protesters at rally sites

BANGKOK, Nov 28 – Police continued convincing demonstrators to leave the Finance Ministry but anti-government protesters announced that they would seize three more state...

Thailand clarifying political tensions to world community

BANGKOK, Nov 26 - Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said on Tuesday that the foreign ministry has submitted letters clarifying ongoing political tensions in...

JC Meeting between Thailand – Myanmar successful

NYA PYI TAW, NOVEMBER 23, 2013 The Thailand and Myanmar joint commission (JC) on bilateral cooperation on November 22nd ended on a good note,...

Special Feature: ICJ’s verdict on Phra Viharn Temple — Way to...

The International Court of Justice’s ruling on disputed land surrounding the Phra Viharn Temple on the Thai-Cambodian border on November 11th, 2013 is the...

Foreign minister insists Thailand’s sovereignty remains intact

BANGKOK, Nov 13 – The Thai government will seek Parliament’s permission to discuss the Preah Vihear land dispute, ruled on Monday by the International...

Surapong: ICJ’s decision will not raise conflict between Thailand and Cambodia

BANGKOK, 9 November 2013 The Foreign Affairs Minister is confident that the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will not raise conflict...

Thailand-Cambodia to maintain peace regardless of ICJ’s ruling

BANGKOK, 28 October 2013 Thailand and Cambodia will maintain their good relations regardless of the International Court of Justice’s ruling on Phra Viharn case. ...

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