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22 Dec 2013 : Two motorcycle bombs exploded almost simultaneously in front of the Sadao and Padang Besar district police statios in Songkhla province this morning, reports said.
22 Dec 2013 : The Pheu Thai Party is ready to field 125 candidates in the party list sytem, party spokesman Prompong Nopparit announced.
LAO AIRLINES TRAGEDY
24 Oct 2013 : PAKSE: The last Thai victim among those who perished in the Lao Airlines plane crash last week has now been recovered and identified, a senior Thai Foreign Ministry official said yesterday.
24 Oct 2013 : Seven organisations have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to form what they called a "network for ethical and moral power promotion".
24 Oct 2013 : Investigators have ruled out a drug-related conflict from the list of possible motives for the murder of former national sports shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum.
24 Oct 2013 : The Supreme Patriarch's overall condition was stable and his blood pressure low, Chulalongkorn Hospital said in its seventh announcement released about 4pm Wednesday.
24 Oct 2013 : SI SA KET : The 2nd Region Army has set up 10 loudspeakers along the Thai-Cambodian border where the Preah Vihear temple is situated to communicate with Cambodian soldiers on the opposite side.
24 Oct 2013 : The Moon River burst its banks Wednesday, flooding parts of Chalerm Phrakiat and Phimai districts of Nakhon Ratchasima province.
23 Oct 2013 : A total of 21 people were killed and many injured when a tour bus carrying worshippers on a religious trip plunged into a ravine in Lampang on Wednesday.
23 Oct 2013 : PAKSE - A body wearing a PTT Plc uniform was found in the Mekong River and the identity verified on Wednesday as the remains of the missing fifth Thai passenger on the Lao Airlines plane that crashed near Pakse on Oct 16.
23 Oct 2013 : A Thai company owned by consumer goods giant Unilever has rejected accusations of discrimination after its competition featuring a skin whitener and offering university "scholarships" was seen as favouring paler-skinned students.
23 Oct 2013 : About two-thirds of people did not agree with the revised 'blanket reprieve' amnesty bill, or any amnesty law that will allow former premier Thaksin Shinawatra to reclaim his seized assets worth 46 billion baht, according to the results of a Nida Poll published on Wednesday.