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Friday, June 22, 2018

FCCT Cancels Event About Missing 1932 Plaque on Junta ‘Orders’

BANGKOK — A discussion set for Wednesday evening about the disappearance of a plaque commemorating Thailand’s transition to democracy 85 years ago was ordered canceled on the authority of the military regime, according to the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand.

City Hall to Announce Fate of BRT Bus on Monday

BANGKOK — An overwhelming number of people favored keeping Bangkok’s rapid bus transit system in a recent poll publicized by City Hall on Thursday.

Friends of Chao Phraya Explain Why They Hate ‘Highway on the River’

BANGKOK — Professionals, business owners, activists and others who consider themselves friends of the Chao Phraya River united Wednesday to call for the military...

Residents Rally to Save Bangkok Riverside Park

BANGKOK — Community members threatened legal action Tuesday to save one of Bangkok’s most picturesque parks which is located along the Chao Phraya River.

Downtown Roads Closed For Tonight’s Tourism Parade

BANGKOK — Check the traffic before leaving work today.

Enraged Driver Punches, Forces Motorcyclist to Prostrate at Luxury Car

BANGKOK — Footage spread Sunday of a driver who was caught on video raging and subsequently punching a motorcyclist who lightly shoved his vehicle, after the man allegedly tried to escape, before forcing him to prostrate at his car.

Bangkok on Alert for Suspicious-Looking Object and Person After Hospital Bomb

BANGKOK — City Hall has instructed officials in all districts to be on the lookout following Monday’s bomb blast at a military hospital which...

Absolute Power Fails to Solve MRT’s Missing Link

BANGKOK — The junta leader’s special power may be a shortcut to tackling many of the nation’s problems, but it turns out that the...

2 Men Seen Where ‘Bomb’ Discovered Near MRT

BANGKOK — Police are looking for two men who stopped for five minutes at an empty lot near a Bangkok subway station a few minutes before a possible pipe bomb was found there.

City Answers Revolt by Flower Sellers by Occupation of Pak Khlong Talad

BANGKOK — Bangkok’s own War of the Roses wasn’t any closer to being settled six months after it began, with the city today sending heavy equipment into the streets where the vendors of Pak Khlong Talad rose up in revolt recently.

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