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27 May 2013 : An anti-Thaksin Facebook campaign which uses the image of a Guy Fawkes mask and has gone viral overnight has infuriated the Pheu Thai Party.
27 May 2013 : A German accused of leading a gang of thieves in Australia escaped Interpol officers while waiting for a connecting flight to Germany at Suvarnabhumi airport, authorities confirmed Sunday.
26 May 2013 : Police are investigating an apparent bomb explosion at Ramkhamhaeng Soi 43/1 on Sunday night that left seven people injured.
26 May 2013 : Three people were killed and another injured in four separate attacks in the violence-plagued deep South since Saturday night.
26 May 2013 : WASHINGTON - A consular officer allegedly sold visas for millions of dollars at the US Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City, and laundered millions in profits by buying real estate in Phuket and Bangkok, reports said Sunday.
26 May 2013 : After 11 days of hits and misses, of expectations fulfilled and dashed, the 66th Cannes Film Festival will announce the Palme d'Or winner on Sunday.
26 May 2013 : The tourism boom in Phuket over the past decade has seen a dramatic increase in Russian and Chinese visitors and also growing resentment from local tour guides who say illegal foreign workers are stealing their jobs.
26 May 2013 : Despite being born a boy, 28-year-old Deer has never accepted her masculinity. She is, she said, and has always been, female.
25 May 2013 : Thirteen people, including 10 security officers, were wounded in a wave of bomb blasts that struck Yala and Narathiwat provinces Saturday.
25 May 2013 : The Pheu Thai Party Saturday criticised the Democrat Party for trying to mislead the public into thinking the government intends to sponsor the unity bill proposed by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung.
25 May 2013 : Tests have begun in New York City of 5G wireless broadband, but it could be 2020 before the lightning-fast technology - at least one gigabit per second - becomes a reality.
25 May 2013 : The Pollution Control Department (PCD) is facing increased pressure to prove to villagers around Klity Creek in Kanchanaburi that it is serious about cleaning up the lead-contaminated environment.