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Top Sports Official Urges An End To Taekwondo-gate

BANGKOK — A top official has called upon all sides of a dispute surrounding a national Taekwondo coach's alleged abuse of his trainees to amicably resolve their differences.

Yingluck Insists Innocence, Promises To Return To Thailand

BANGKOK — Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has vowed to return to Thailand after her trip to Europe to contest charges of corruption by Thailand’s anti-graft agency.

Redshirt Leader Denies Connection With Fatal Grenade Attacks

BANGKOK — The leader of a Redshirt security unit has disputed an allegation that he was behind the deadly grenade attack on rival anti-government protesters in Bangkok earlier this year.

Thai Junta Lifts Travel Ban On Yingluck; Negligence Case Advances

By Cod Satrusayang and Siraphob Thanthong-Knight

Military Leaders Further Centralise Power By Suspending Local Elections

BANGKOK — Thailand’s military regime has suspended local elections and announced plans to replace elected officials with bureaucrats in a move that further centralises its power over the country's provinces.

Special Prison For 2010 Red Protesters May Be Abolished

BANGKOK — Thailand’s military regime may close down a special jail for Redshirt protesters who have been charged for their alleged role in Thailand's 2010 political violence, prison sources say.

University Construction Project Gets Legal Fast-Track From Junta

BANGKOK — Thailand's military junta has exempted a prominent state university's construction project from a number of legal requirements without providing any explanation.

Buddhist Patriarch Says Junta Leader Fit For Premiership

BANGKOK— The spiritual leader of Thai Buddhism has deemed the leader of Thailand’s military junta, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, fit to be the Prime Minister of the country’s next government.

British Tsunami Survivors To Reunite With Thai Rescuers

BANGKOK — Two British survivors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami are returning to Phuket to meet the Thai couple that helped them escape in the aftermath of the catastrophe.

British Tsunami Survivors To Reunite With Thai Rescuers

BANGKOK — Two British survivors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami are returning to Phuket to meet the Thai couple that helped them escape in the aftermath of the catastrophe.

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