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|News from Thailand -- The Nation|
A Thai anti-graft body said it had found no irregularities in an asset disclosure by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, effectively removing any question that she might have to step down, a prospect which unsettled Bangkok markets on Thursday.
Dr. Niparat Sripai has decided to quit her job at the Ban Fang Hospital in Thailand's northeastern province of Khon Kaen because she believes the recently introduced Pay for Performance (P4P) scheme in the country's public healthcare sector will negatively impact the attitudes of medical workers towards their patients.
Thai Labor Minister Phadermchai Sasomsap Sunday instructed the Thai ambassador in Seoul to prepare a plan for the speedy evacuation of all Thais after North Korea on Saturday declared it was at a “state of war” with South Korea.
Thailand's prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, on Friday cried foul over the widespread ridiculing by Facebook users of her debate on a 2-trillion-baht (US$68.1 billion) loan bill on Thursday.
A Thai man was sentenced to three years and four months in prison Thursday for selling video CDs of an Australian TV news segment deemed offensive to Thailand's royal family.
Thai rescue workers picked through the ashes of hundreds of shelters for Myanmar refugees Saturday after a ferocious blaze swept through a camp in northern Thailand killing 35 people.
Thai authorities said Tuesday they would seek arrest warrants for three police officers allegedly involved in trafficking rhino horn through Bangkok's main airport.
Thailand's main opposition party won an election for the governor of Bangkok on Sunday, dealing a surprise blow to the ruling party of exiled former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra which had hoped to win the city and cement its supremacy.
Thailand's prime minister vowed to step up the kingdom's efforts to protect endangered elephants following pressure by conservationists to tackle the rampant smuggling of tusks through its territory.
Suspected insurgents detonated a motorcycle bomb in southern Thailand on Saturday, killing two military rangers and wounding 11 people, the second serious attack in as many days after one of the Muslim rebel groups operating in the area agreed to hold peace talks.