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Blank spaces replace article on slowing Thai economy
The International New York Times said its printer in Thailand removed an article on the moribund state of the kingdom's economy Tuesday, forcing the edition to carry blank spaces including on the cover.
 
Thai police said Tuesday they are searching for a gang of foreigners believed to have abducted an Australian former Hells Angels gang member at gunpoint.
 
The United States has not lost Thailand to mainland China, Washington's envoy to Bangkok said Monday, despite acrimony between the two allies and a palpable shift by the kingdom's junta toward its giant northern neighbor.
 
Multifaceted Thailand pushes for inclusiveness and sustainability
On Nov. 18, five days after the Paris terrorist attacks, security was stepped up at the Erawan Shrine, one of the most iconic landmarks in the heart of Bangkok and target of a bomb attack in Aug. 17.
 
Myanmar and Bangladesh face renewed pressure to tackle "the root causes" of an annual migration crisis after Thailand on Thursday announced a regional summit ahead of the new sailing season.
 
A Thai military court on Tuesday indicted two Uighurs for a deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine in August, as the United Nations called on the ruling junta to stop holding civilian suspects in army detention.
 
Impoverished migrant workers in Thailand are sold or lured by false promises and forced to catch and process fish that ends up in global food giant Nestle SA's supply chains.
 
A Thai military court Tuesday indicted two foreign men for the deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine in August, an unprecedented attack that sent shockwaves through the junta-ruled nation.
 
Thai firm plans to recycle, cut use of plastic bags
A Thai company has initiated a plan to collect non-biodegradable plastic bags and turn them into something useful, such as bags to carry fruit.
 
Foreign investors in Thailand affected by state officials seeking bribes now have more channels to seek recourse after the Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) set up a center to accept complaints.
 
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