BANGKOK - The political opponents of Thailand Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajjiva have said that he could lose his job over his acknowledgement that he also retains a British citizenship.
BANGKOK - Thailand's deputy prime minister for security affairs Suthep Thuagsuban reiterated Thursday that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva had sent a clear signal that parliament should be dissolved before June.
BANGKOK/PHNOM PENH - The foreign ministers of Cambodia and Thailand are to present their versions of events in their border conflict to a UN Security Council meeting scheduled for Monday.
BANGKOK/PHNOM PENH - Thousands of Thai civilians Monday fled fighting between Thai and Cambodian troops in an intensified border dispute that has raised calls for international intervention.
BANGKOK - Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva insisted Sunday Thai troops were not to blame for deadly border skirmishes with Cambodia, as a fragile truce held along a strip of disputed land.
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