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Thai Army chief denies troop withdrawal report

BANGKOK, Sept 19 – Thailand’s Army chief on Monday dismissed reports of a troop withdrawal from the disputed zone near the Preah Vihear temple,...

Bangkok named World Book Capital 2013

PARIS, June 30 - Thailand’s capital city of Bangkok has been chosen as the 2013 “World Book Capital” by a selection committee including...

Cabinet to discuss impact of quitting UN heritage site body

BANGKOK, June 27 -- Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday said he would discuss with the cabinet Tuesday the impact of Thailand’s withdrawal from...

Cambodia reinforces troops at Surin border: Army

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, June 27 - Cambodia has reinforced its troops at the border of Surin province following Thailand’s exit from the UN world heritage...

Thailand rejects Cambodia’s conditions to defer Preah Vihear management plan

PARIS, June 23 – Thailand has refused to accept a draft resolution proposed by Cambodia with conditions that the consideration on the Preah Vihear...

Pattaya launches bid to be named U.N. ‘City of Film’

Looking for more ways to put Pattaya on the map with mainstream tourists, city officials have a launched an effort to win United...

UNESCO registers Wat Pho’s inscriptions as Memory of the World heritage

BANGKOK, 17 June 2011– Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimolmangkhlaram Rajawaramahaviharn or Wat Pho will celebrate for nine days and nine nights after the United Nations...

PM: Three arrested for border spying will be prosecuted under law

BANGKOK, June 10 -- Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said the three men arrested for spying along the Thai-Cambodian border will be prosecuted in...

Thailand denies Cambodian charges of violating territory

BANGKOK, June 5 -- Thailand's Foreign Affairs Ministry has denied accusations made by the Cambodian government that Thai military aircraft had violated that...

PM ready to confer with Hun Sen under JBC framework

BANGKOK, June 5 -- Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Sunday that he is prepared to discuss with his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen...

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