BANGKOK, THAILAND (GaeaTimes.com)- At least two Cambodian soldiers are reported to have been killed while several others were injured in a gunfire exchange between Cambodian and Thai troops near a disputed area in the border of the two nations that is claimed by both.
BANGKOK - Thailand's prime minister said Thursday he will have the final say in the politically sensitive extradition of alleged Russian arms smuggler Viktor Bout to the United States, noting that one side is bound to be disappointed.
BANGKOK - Thousands of anti-government "Red Shirt" protesters defied a state of emergency in Thailand's capital to stage their first major demonstration since their street protests were ended by a deadly military crackdown in May.
BANGKOK - Hundreds of anti-government activists carried roses to prisons around Thailand on Friday to show their support for jailed colleagues and begin a series of protests marking the fourth anniversary of a military coup.
BANGKOK - Fruit buyers, beware. A survey of the Thai capital's ubiquitous fruit carts that sell snack bags filled with juicy watermelon chunks, papaya slivers and exotic treats such as pickled guava has found the fruit also contains unsafe levels of bacteria and chemicals that help keep it looking fresh in Bangkok's tropical heat.
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- Thai PM lifts curfew in Bangkok, 23 provinces
- Thai troops step up watch on Red Shirts in north
- Thaksin denies he fomented violence
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- Thai PM says order restored in Bangkok