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  • Army chief visiting Myanmar

    17 Dec 2014 : Army chief Udomdej Sitabutr left for a two-day visit to Myanmar on Wednesday for talks on bilateral cooperation, especially on border development and drug suppression.

  • Frenchman nabbed for bike chop shop

    17 Dec 2014 : PHUKET — A Frenchman who allegedly stole a motorbike, disassembled it and then built a new bike from the parts and those of another bike — and sold the “new” bike over Facebook — was arrested Tuesday.

  • Korean man falls to death from condo

    17 Dec 2014 : A 45-year-old South Korean company executive fell to his death from a high-rise condominium building in Chon Buri’s Si Racha area on Tuesday night.

  • 16 girls among 26 killed in Yemen

    17 Dec 2014 : SANA’S, Yemen — Some 26 civilians including 16 schoolgirls were among the dead Tuesday in a double bomb attack in the central Yemeni city of Radaa, authorities said.

  • Cambodia asks to see Pongpat trove

    17 Dec 2014 : The Cambodian government has asked to inspect the huge trove of antiques and art seized from the network of suspects linked to disgraced former Central Investigation Bureau chief Pongpat Chayapan after learning it may contain dozens of ancient Khmer sculptures, a media report said Wednesday.

  • First four reform forums on Dec 29

    17 Dec 2014 : The first four of the planned 4,268 forums to gather opinions on reform from the public will open on Dec 29 in four provinces, Lt Gen Boontham Oris, deputy director of the Reconciliation Centre for Reform (RCR), said on Wednesday.

  • BMA officials injured in tour bus crash

    17 Dec 2014 : Twenty-one Bangkok city officials were injured, three seriously, when a bus they were travelling in overturned in Surat Thani before dawn on Wednesday.

  • SET up 3.04 points at opening

    17 Dec 2014 : Thai stocks opened up 0.21% at the start of trade this morning.

  • transport

    Vibhavadi tunnel scheme unveiled

    17 Dec 2014 : The Transport Ministry plans to build three tunnels under three intersections on Vibhavadi Rangsit Highway in a scheme to cut traffic congestion.

  • trade

    Food exports surging to record high

    17 Dec 2014 : Food exports this year are expected to increase strongly, with the value reaching a record 1.01 trillion baht thanks to growing demand from Asian countries.

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