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21 Dec 2013 : The Royal Thai Police has on Friday instructed all police stations nationwide to investigate cases of missing children as soon as they are reported.
21 Dec 2013 : Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha on Friday expressed concern about the risk of civil war if the political conflict continues, proposing the formation of a people's assembly comprising "all colours" to help heal the divide.
02 Nov 2013 : A total of 32 people were killed and 72 others injured in 118 violent incidents in the far South in October, the Deep South Watch at the Prince of Songkla University reported on Saturday.
02 Nov 2013 : A former assistant village headman was shot and killed in an ambush in Bannang Sata district of Yala early Saturday, police said.
01 Nov 2013 : All trains between Bangkok and the South were halted yesterday afternoon after an object thought to be a bomb was found under a rail track in Prachuap Khiri Khan's Bang Saphan district.
31 Oct 2013 : China and Southeast Asian governments have demanded an explanation from Washington over media reports that United States and Australian embassies in the region were involved in spying on them.
31 Oct 2013 : Two villagers were injured in separate attacks in Narathiwat province Thursday, police said.
31 Oct 2013 : Special Branch police expect the Democrat-led rally at Samsen railway station this evening will draw about 8,000 supporters, most of them from Bangkok and nearby provinces, Pol Maj Gen Piya Uthayo said on Thursday.
31 Oct 2013 : Metropolitan Police chief Kamronwit Thoopkrachang and his deputies on Thursday morning held a video conference with police in various localities to discuss an operational plan to cope with political protests at various spots in the capital city, reports said.
31 Oct 2013 : "Life is uncertain. Every time I leave my house to defuse a bomb, I tell my wife and son to come to terms with what might happen to me in the future."
31 Oct 2013 : Two people were shot dead in attacks in Pattani province yesterday as officials beefed up security at schools in Yala before classes resume for the second term tomorrow.
30 Oct 2013 : Indonesia said on Wednesday it had lodged a strong protest with the United States over reports that the US embassy in Jakarta engaged in espionage.