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81. news | 27 Apr 2013
» India's prime minister said Saturday a dispute over an alleged incursion by Chinese troops deep inside Indian-claimed territory can be settled peacefully and warned against exacerbating tensions.
82. news | 24 Apr 2013
» More than one million methamphetamine pills were seized after a clash between a drug suppression patrol of the Pha Muang Force and smugglers in Mae Chan district of Chiang Rai province last night, police said.
83. news | 25 Apr 2013
By Kong Rithdee
» The government censorship board on Thursday lifted its ban on a documentary film on Thai-Cambodia border conflicts, citing a "technical mistake" on its part.
84. learning | 02 Nov 2012
Easy English news
» Mr Thaksin may meet the president of the country when he visits Myanmar, but his supporters are far more interested in his visit to Tachilek, just a few steps across the border from Chiang Rai.
85. learning | 10 Jul 2012
About Thai-Myanmar relations
» Illegal drugs, weapons & fact that some were growing marijuana may make release of 62 Thais held by Burmese army in Ranong more difficult.
86. news | 04 Jun 2013
» The army will be given the "biggest role" in solving problems in the three southern border provinces, in coordination with other agencies, Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung said on Tuesday.
87. news | 13 May 2013
» A mild earthquake measured at 3.2 on the Richter scale has occurred in Myanmar, about 37 kilometres north of the border district of Mae Sai in Chiang Rai province.
88. news | 07 May 2013
» An earthquake of 5.4 magnitude struck Myanmar early Tuesday and could be felt across the border in at least three districts of Chiang Rai, the Meteorological Department's Seismological Bureau reported.
89. news | 06 May 2013
» Around 1,300 dogs crammed into cages have been seized in less than a week in Thailand's northeast border region, officials said Monday, amid concerns that the canines were destined for overseas dinner plates.
90. news | 27 Apr 2013
» New Delhi on Friday alleged Chinese soldiers have advanced nearly 20 kilometres (12 miles) into Indian-claimed territory after intruding across the disputed border earlier this month, a report said.