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Three dead, dozens hurt in Thai car bomb blast
Gulf Times

Car bomb kills three, wounds 36 in Thai south: police

cture: AFP Bangkok. A car bomb exploded on Friday outside a hotel in insurgency-wracked southern Thailand, killing three people and wounding 36 others, police said, AFP reported. "A car bomb went off in front of Holiday Hotel at around 4:00 pm ... Focus Bulgaria, 4 days ago
Deadly car bomb hits south Thailand Pakistan Observer, 2 days ago

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2 killed by bomb blamed on rebels

BANGKOK (Reuters): A car bomb killed at least two people and injured 36 outside a hotel in southern Thailand on Friday, police said, the latest deadly attack in an area plagued by separatist violence for the past decade. Thailand is predominantly ...
 Frontier Post3 days ago Car bomb in Thailand kills two, 36 injured including Malaysian  The Sun Daily4 days ago Two killed by car bomb blamed on separatists in southern Thailand  Reuters Canada4 days ago Car bomb kills one, injures 20 in Thailand's Muslim south  Turkish Weekly4 days ago
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Paras Shah nabbed on drugs charge

Shah was detained with about 13g of marijuana at a hotel in Bangkok, according to an officer at Thong Lor police station who did not want to be named. "He borrowed a flash drive from hotel security and when the security guard entered his room to ...
 Bangkok Post1 week ago Yingluck faces power-abuse allegation  CNTV23 hours ago XINHUA - Yingluck faces power-abuse allegation  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Ousted Thai PM faces power-abuse allegation  Daijiworldcom1 day ago
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Thai police criticized for posing as journalists

BANGKOK: Thailand's main press association said Monday it is gravely concerned that undercover police appear to be posing as journalists after a video circulated showing a man with official press ID arresting an anti-coup protester in the capital. It was one ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago Journalists concerned about Thai junta's move to clamp down  Asiaone1 week ago Thai journalists concerned about junta order on media  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Committee To Protect Journalists Calls For 'Immediate Reversal' Of Thai Junta's Media Crackdown  Huffington Post1 week ago

Court verdict on train rape case expected in four months

K, July 15 -- Police are about to conclude their investigation into the rape of a 13-year-old girl on a Bangkok-bound southern train and expect verdict from a court in four months. Pol Gen Ake Angsananond, deputy commissioner of the ...
 MCOT2 weeks ago Thailand struggles with rampant sexual violence  China Post1 week ago Within Thai society, a bestial heart that condones rape week ago Thai group demands death for rape-murder  Asiaone2 weeks ago
Himalayan Times

Paras arrested in Bangkok with marijuana

KATHMANDU: Thai police arrested Nepal's former Crown Prince Paras Shah in Bangkok on Thursday evening in possession of marijuana. He was presented before a court today. The Nepali Embassy in Bangkok was informed about the arrest yesterday, an ...
 Himalayan Times2 weeks ago Paras detained with cannabis in Bangkok  Himalayan Times2 weeks ago Paras Shah under trial for pot bust  Kathmandu Post1 week ago

Thousands arrested for WC gambling

Bangkok - Police in Thailand said on Tuesday that they had arrested 5 064 people for illegal gambling during the World Cup, a sharp increase from four years ago. As well as 4 679 gamblers, the authorities have detained 258 bookmakers and 127 ...
 IOL2 weeks ago Thousands of Thais arrested for World Cup gambling  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Thai police crackdown on football gambling activities  Pattaya Mail2 weeks ago Thousands arrested for World Cup gambling  Gulf News2 weeks ago
Bangkok Post

Opposition pushes for new Prime Minister in Thailand

Anti-government protesters wave Thai national flags during a rally in central Bangkok on Friday. — AP Thai police fired teargas on Friday at protesters who called for the nation’s Senate to aid their bid to topple the embattled government, two days after ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Regime revamps police force  Bangkok Post2 weeks ago Thailand police fire teargas at protesters in Bangkok  India Today2 months ago Thai police fire teargas at protesters bent on toppling "Thaksin regime"  Reuters2 months ago

Troops deployed against protestors in Thailand

Thailand's army is deploying thousands of troops and police officers across Bangkok to stop protesters from gathering to rally against the country's May 22 coup. Authorities also closed several subway and elevated train stations at key intersections in the ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Deployment of Wa troops along Thai-Myanmar border protested  Ministry of National Defense of China1 week ago

Security beefed up at Israeli Embassy in Bangkok

BANGKOK, July 25 (TNA) - Hundreds of Thai police officers have been deployed around the Israeli Embassy to Thailand in Bangkok's Asoke area to beef up security and oversee conveniences, as groups of Muslims were gathering to celebrate the ...
 Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies4 days ago Thai police beef up security at Israeli embassy in Bangkok  MCOT4 days ago Thai war on vice  Al Jazeera1 week ago
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