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1. learning | 18 May 2012
» The DSI chief says evidence implicates state authorities in 25 deaths occurring during the 2010 crackdown on the red-shirts, the red-shirts themselves in 12, but evidence relating to the other 52 deaths is inconclusive.
2. news | 10 Apr 2013
» The legal office of the army will ask the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) for a progress report on its investigation into the deaths of soldiers at Khok Wua intersection during the protests in 2010, Gen Prayuth...
3. news | 01 May 2013
» The chief of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) said on Wednesday that military officers ordered to crack down on red shirt protesters in 2010 could not be held responsible for the deaths of civilians killed a...
4. news | 18 Apr 2013
» The island almost got through the Seven Days of Danger around Songkran with no road deaths.
5. news | 12 Apr 2013
» PHETCHABURI - Rewards of 100,000 baht each are being offered to anyone who can provide information on the deaths of two elephants in Kaeng Krachan National Park on March 8 and April 9.
6. news | 22 Apr 2013
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» His Majesty the King has sent a message of condolence to Chinese President Xi Jinping over the deaths caused by the Sichuan earthquake on Saturday.
7. news | 11 Apr 2013
» Army commander Prayuth Chan-ocha yesterday called on the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to speed up its inquiry into the deaths and injuries of troops during the red-shirt protests in April-May 2010.
8. learning | 19 Mar 2013
» A French journalist insisted Monday that the King's Guard unit which he followed during the army's crackdown on red-shirt protesters in 2010 was not responsible for the deaths of six people at Wat Pathumwanaram.
9. learning | 11 May 2011
» Thai experts are unconvinced by an independent investigation which suggested that the mysterious tourist deaths in Chiang Mai came from from exposure to a bedbug spray.
10. learning | 25 May 2011
» The Dept of Disease Control says its team of toxicology experts have not yet been able to determine the cause of the mysterious deaths in Chiang Mai.