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11 Dec 2013 : Ikea Thailand is recalling a range of lights designed for children's bedrooms following reports that an infant in a cot died after getting entangled with the cord of one of its lamps in Scotland.
11 Dec 2013 : Thailand may temporarily halt the sale of fresh vegetables to the European Union (EU) until March 2014 to avoid being banned from future exports over issues with contaminated produce.
13 Oct 2013 : Scholar Sulak Sivaraksa and leading civic groups have urged the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to scrap a plan to build an elevated highway along the Ratchadaphisek-Asok road, citing adverse impacts.
13 Oct 2013 : A farming rights group has urged the Agriculture Ministry look more closely at the issue of genetically modified (GM) contamination of papaya after Japan intensified its screening of the fruit and products from Thailand.
12 Oct 2013 : Corruption threatens to turn Thailand into an investment "black hole" of Asean as it makes doing business in the country far too costly, former Asean secretary-general and Thai foreign minister Surin Pitsuwan has said.
12 Oct 2013 : The Royal Thai Navy plans to complete the construction of a submarine squadron headquarters and training centre in March next year, despite not having any submarines in its fleet.
12 Oct 2013 : Anti-government protests are continuing because the Yingluck Shinawatra administration has failed to settle socio-economic and political problems, says a group that is continuing to rally in Bangkok.
12 Oct 2013 : Thailand has been chosen as the site of the first computing centre in Southeast Asia to analyse data from the world's biggest physics experiment.
12 Oct 2013 : As flooding subsides in several provinces, officials hope a new typhoon will stay on course by moving through northeastern Thailand and weakening over land instead of passing over inundated eastern and central provinces.
12 Oct 2013 : The mother of murdered backpacker Kirsty Jones has urged the British government to do more to help families whose relatives are killed abroad.
12 Oct 2013 : Tourism-related businesses in nine provinces have been affected by floods since Sept 17, with estimated damage of 708 million baht, Tourism and Sports Minister Somsak Phurisisak said on Saturday.
12 Oct 2013 : Flood conditions in the Chao Phraya River basin are easing, Deputy Prime Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi said on Saturday.