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  • PAD petitions against terror charge

    16/07/2009 : Lawyers of People's Alliance for Democracy leading members facing charges in connection with the blockade of Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi airports late last year submitted a petition to police investigators at the Police Club on Vibhavadi Rangsit road on Thursday morning.

  • Prasopsuk backs charter proposal

    16/07/2009 : The proposal by the Committee on Reconciliation, political reform and Constitutional Amendment that six articles of the 2007 charter be urgently rewritten to unify the country has been supported by the senate speaker even though some senators oppose it.

  • Mask, gel makers to boost output

    16/07/2009 : The Commerce Ministry has asked manufacturers of face masks and alcohol-based hand gels to quickly increase production and reduce their exports to ensure adequate supplies for people in Thailand.

  • EC to rule on MPs' shares today

    16/07/2009 : The Election Commission is today expected to rule on the shareholdings of 28 Democrat MPs, election commissioner Prapun Naigowit said on Thursday.

  • Red-shirt noodle shop attacked

    16/07/2009 : An attacker fired four bullets from a 9mm pistol at a noodle shop owned by a red-shirt leader in Chiang Rai province about 2am on Thursday, Pol Lt-Col Surapong Boonyeun, chief inspector at the Muang district police station, said.

  • Chavarat to meet Banharn today

    16/07/2009 : Interior Minister and leader of the Bhumjaithai party Chavarat Charnveerakul will today travel to Suphan Buri province to meet former leader of the disbanded Chart Thai party, Banharn Silpa-archa, to clear the political air, a source at the main coalition partner said on Thursday morning.

  • China issues security alert after threat

    16/07/2009 : China issued a security alert Wednesday to its citizens in Algeria after Al-Qaeda reportedly vowed to avenge the deaths of Muslims killed during ethnic unrest in this northwestern Chinese city.

  • French agents held in Mogadishu

    15/07/2009 : Two French security agents kidnapped from their hotel in Mogadishu have been handed over to hardline Islamist insurgents, a Somali security official said Wednesday.

  • Bold tax cuts may fire up eco-cars

    15/07/2009 : Manufacturers of eco-cars may be awarded a two-year tariff reduction of as much as 90% on imported parts, as Thailand is striving to revive the sluggish automotive industry. The goal is to attract carmakers to turn the country into a major production base for fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly compact vehicles.

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