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PM kicks off 3rd phase of village fund in Northeast

BUENG KAN, May 16 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday launched the third phase of her government's village fund in the northeastern...

PM defends her controversial speech in Mongolia

BANGKOK, 30 April 2013  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has explained her special lecture given during the recent Conference of the Community of Democracies...

Abhisit slams Thai government on amnesty move

BANGKOK, April 20 – Thailand’s opposition leader has warned that the government-sponsored Amnesty Bill will lead the country backwards and result in political...

Independent network backs peace dialogue for South

BANGKOK, March 27 – A civic group in Thailand’s far South has submitted an open letter to the government, advocating support for tomorrow’s...

Academics: Amnesty law important but public participation needed

BANGKOK, 25 March 2013  Academics participating in a discussion on the amnesty law agreed that an amnesty law is important, but suggested that...

PM Yingluck turns down rumors of upcoming Cabinet reshuffle

BANGKOK, 13 March 2013 The Prime Minister has turned down rumors, which suggested another round of Cabinet reshuffle is now on the horizon. ...

Fresh move for amnesty for political protest offenders

BANGKOK, March 7 – A group of Thai MPs in the government bloc proposed an amnesty bill to parliament Thursday, seeking to pardon those...

Thai defence minister optimistic Kuala Lumpur deal will improve southern crisis

BANGKOK, March 4 – The situation in Thailand’s strife-torn far South will improve following the signing of an agreement between the Thai government...

Thai, Malaysian leaders say Thaksin involved in peace process

KUALA LUMPUR, March 1 – Former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has played a role in an agreement towards peace process, signed between...

Ombudsman asks PM to review Thaksin passport decision

BANGKOK, Feb 15 – Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been urged by the Ombudsman Office to review the Foreign Ministry decision to...

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Pattaya communities unite to preserve Kong Khao tradition

PATTAYA, Thailand - The Pattaya and Naklua communities joined hands to uphold the cherished tradition of "Kong Khao," or rice mound procession. Spearheaded by...

Firefighters withdrawn from chemical warehouse fire scene in Rayong

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