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PM to attend Mekong - Japan Summit in Tokyo on Thursday

Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha will travel to Tokyo on Thursday to attend the seventh Mekong – Japan Summit to enhance bilateral cooperation in various areas.

Foreign Minister General Thanasak Patimaprakorn said the Prime Minister will attend this event, along with leaders from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and Japan..
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Drug arrest at early morning checkpoint

Police arrested a 31 year old Tak native at 4 a.m. on June 18, 2015 at a checkpoint at Tha Pae Gate after finding 68 grams of crystal methamphetamine and 60 methamphetamine pills.

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Philippine Honorary Consulate celebrates 117th anniversary of Independence Day
Chiang Mai International Convention Center Confirm availability welcoming the mobile cabinet meeting
Mae Rim parents file complaint against school
Fire strikes Waroros Market again
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Skål Chiang Mai travels to Chiang Dao orphanage on donation trip

Members and friends of Skål Chiang Mai traveled to the Mae Mha Orphanage in Chiang Dao on a trip to deliver food, supplies and toys to the kids. Ranging in age from around 4 years old up to 17, the students greeted the visitors with great excitement.

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Paul saw this at Big C and said “I could use some Freshy Beauty myself!”

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Kyoko Hashimoto in first Thailand piano recital June 26

After Kyoko Hashimoto graduated from the Toho-Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo, she studied at the International Menuhin Music Academy, Indiana University and the Juilliard School.
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Bangkok Airways launches “Chevit Deedee with Bin Dee Yu Dee” package


No more MERS in Thailand according to the Ministry of Public Health

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Lucky Luca wants nothing more than to live up to her name!
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Cricket Sixes: Bashundhara make it four out of four

Bashundhara Cricketeers won their fourth Cup title in succession as the Bangladesh side’s domination of the San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes is now complete as they have won the main competition in six of the last seven years.
 
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Passport checks in Thailand in line with ICAO standards

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Phetchaburi holds a seminar on human capital, drafts provincial family plan
Sports Authority of Thailand unveils 5-point strategy to advance Thai sports

 

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Udon Thani to host festival to boost regional economy

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Ministries preparing drought data ahead of economic ministers' meeting


Industrial confidence index continues to drop for 5 straight months

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Trat airport prepares for MERS

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Thais traveling to South China should be mindful of tropical storm


Thai tourism remains intact despite MERS

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