Developing Samila Beach in Songkhla to Welcome More ASEAN Visitors

The southern border province of Songkhla is developing its famous beach “Samila” as a regional tourist attraction to welcome more visitors, following the establishment of the ASEAN Community in 2015.

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Anti-Government Protestors Have Relocated to a New Site

The anti-government group, the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC), has relocated from Lumphini Park in Bangkok to a new site at the Makkhawan Rangsan Bridge on Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue on 12 May 2014, in the afternoon.

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Thailand Underlines the Importance of ASEAN Focusing More on People-Centered Issues

As ASEAN is heading towards realization of the ASEAN Community and working on the post-2015 vision, Thailand has underlined the importance of ASEAN focusing more on people-centered issues such as human development, human rights, equality, social justice and welfare, universal health care and education.

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ASEAN Concerns about the Current Development in the South China Sea

ASEAN Foreign Ministers have expressed their serious concerns over the ongoing developments in the South China Sea, which have increased tensions in the area.

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Thai Exports Likely to Grow by at Least 5 Percent

The Ministry of Commerce believes that Thai exports in 2014 will grow by at least 5 percent and that they are likely to expand by 10 percent, if the political situation eases soon.

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Tourism Situation in Northern Thailand after the Recent Earthquake

A report from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) stated that the tourism situation in northern Thailand continued as usual following the recent earthquake.

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Peace Dialogues to End Southern Conflicts to Continue

Secretary-General of the Office of the National Security Council Thawin Pleansri said that peace dialogues to end violence in the southern border provinces would continue, together with other operations.

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Demonstrations Continue in Bangkok

The anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) on 9 May 2014 kicked off its “final battle,” before schedule set earlier on 14 May. It has continued demonstrations in Bangkok, calling for reform before election.

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Joining Visakha Puja Celebration to Make Merit for Their Majesties the King and Queen

Thai Buddhist temples all over the world will organize religious activities to make merit for Their Majesties the King and Queen, as part of the celebration of the World Day of Vesak, or Visakha Puja, 2014.

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Constitutional Court Dismisses Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra

The Constitutional Court has dismissed caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, saying that she abused her power by transferring Secretary-General of the Office of the National Security Council Thawin Pleansri in 2011.



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