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Indian gem trader dies after falling from 8th fl in Thailand

n downtown Bangkok. The man's body, whose identity was withheld by the police, was found in the parking lot on the fourth floor of the Thai Sathit condominium situated on Soi Charoenkrung road early morning, according to the police. Police said there were no ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Love triangle death plunge overnight Bangkok Post, 16 hours ago

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Bali Nine case: AFP retains abilility to give information abroad that risks death penalty for Australians

By Jan. 29, 2015, 11:35 a.m. Bangkok: Australian Federal Police retain authority to provide information to foreign police agencies in cases carrying the death penalty, despite an outcry over the imminent executions of Australians Myuran Sukumaran ...
 The Northern Times19 hours ago AFP help foreign police despite death penalty risks  Canberra Times17 hours ago AFP helps despite death penalty risk  Melbourne Age17 hours ago Bali Nine case: AFP retains ability to give information abroad that risks death penalty for Australians  Harden Express18 hours ago

30 killed in Philippines clashes

IANS BANGKOK At least 30 people have been killed during clashes between the Philippine police and the Muslim rebels of the Moro Front of Islamic Liberation (MILF) in the south of the country, media reported Monday. Both parties had signed a ...
 Qatar Tribune3 days ago 30 Dead in Clashes between Troops and Rebels in the Philippines  Latin American Herald Tribune3 days ago

Two held with fake currency notes, police suspect a Bangkok link

After the arrest of two women who were caught allegedly transporting fake Indian currency notes (FICNs), police found a new route through which the FICNs are being smuggled into the country. Police also recovered FICNs worth Rs 11 lakh from the ...
 Indian Express4 days ago Two women held in Delhi with fake currency notes  Prokerala5 days ago Fake currency racket: Crime partners paths crossed in Bangkok flight  Times of India4 days ago 2 women flew in fake notes from Thailand, held  Times of India4 days ago
Gulf Times

UAE- Ousted Thailand premier slams impeachment vote

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) Yingluck arrived at heavily policed Parliament House in central Bangkok accompanied by a handful of her party members.Bangkok: Ousted Thai
 MENAFN6 days ago Ousted Thailand premier slams impeachment vote  Khaleej Times6 days ago Yingluck slams impeachment vote  The Sun Daily1 week ago Ousted Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra slams impeachment vote  Economic Times1 week ago

Police net four with counterfeit dollars

Four people were arrested and counterfeit US$100 banknotes worth 1.5 million baht seized in Bangkok's Chatuchak district yesterday. The two men and two women were caught at the Tesco Lotus Lat Phrao branch and 471 fake $100 banknotes were found ...
 Bangkok Post6 days ago Four caught with 471 fake $100 notes  Bangkok Post1 week ago Four caught with 441 fake $100 notes  Bangkok Post1 week ago Police seize B20m of forged goods  Bangkok Post2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Dozens of Philippines police killed in shootout with fugitive Islamist terrorist

Bangkok: More than 30 Philippines police commandos have been killed trying to capture South-east Asia's top Islamist terrorist, who was involved in planning the 2002 Bali bombings. Malaysian-born Zulkifli Abdhir, one of the US's most wanted persons ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago Dozens of police killed in terrorist shootout  Canberra Times3 days ago Mall dog killer surrenders to police  Bangkok Post1 week ago Terror bled these 10 nations; India 6th  Rediff.com2 months ago
Arab News

Thai authorities extradite man convicted over 1995 India bombing

Police officers escort Gurmeet Singh, also known as Jagtar Singh Tara, from India, … BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai authorities have extradited a man convicted of involvement in a bomb attack in India two decades ago, Thai police said on Friday, ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Beant Singh assassin Tara sent to three days police remand  Sify1 week ago Thailand extradites man convicted over India bombing  Arab News1 week ago Thai authorities extradite Beant Singh's assassin Tara to India  Hindustan Times1 week ago

Burglars caught, admit to 10,000 thefts

A couple accused of more than 1,000 thefts in Bangkok and other provinces have been arrested in Nakhon Ratchasima, police said Tuesday. Prasit Issarapakdee, 32, of Chon Buri, and his wife, Jutharat Huekkhunthod, 31, of Nakhon Ratchasima, were ...
 Bangkok Post2 days ago

British tourist likely to have died in Thai South of chronic disease

BANGKOK, January 27 (TNA) - The Institute of Forensic Medicine (IFM), under the Royal Thai Police, says that a female British tourist who was found dead at a hotel on Koh Tao off Surat Thani Province in the Thai South recently may die because of her ...
 Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies2 days ago Koh Tao tourist death not rape: Thai police  DVB2 days ago Tourist found dead on Thai island  Sunday Independent6 days ago British tourist found dead on popular Thai island  NewsHub South Africa6 days ago
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