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Dense haze produced by Indonesian forest fires has caused some of the worst pollution levels in southern Thailand for a decade, officials said Thursday, delaying flights in an area popular with tourists.
 
'Worst haze in a decade' blankets S. Thailand
Dense haze produced by Indonesian forest fires has caused some of the worst pollution levels in southern Thailand for a decade, officials said Thursday, delaying flights in an area popular with tourists.
 
Angry crowd riots on Phuket after 2 killed in police crash
An angry crowd hurled homemade fire bombs and torched vehicles at a police station on Thailand's resort island of Phuket to protest the deaths of two young men who died in a motorcycle crash while being chased by police, authorities said Sunday.
 
A 20-year-old German woman died at a popular Thai resort island after being stung by a box jellyfish, police said Wednesday, the third reported fatality in Thailand in 14 months from one of the world's most toxic jellyfish.
 
Several Thai government websites temporarily crashed due to a "symbolic act" by people against plans to introduce a single Internet gateway, officials said Thursday, a measure critics say will make it easier for the ruling junta to censor the web.
 
Ousted Thai PM files criminal case against opponents
Thailand's ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who was pushed from office more than a year ago, impeached and faces criminal charges, hit back at her opponents Tuesday with her own lawsuit.
 
Thai police say detained man is Bangkok 'bomber'
Thai police on Saturday said a foreign man detained over last month's deadly Bangkok attack was the main yellow-shirted suspect seen on CCTV leaving a rucksack at a shrine moments before the blast.
 
Police in Thailand arrested a former primary school teacher who they said admitted to having sexually abused 24 schoolgirls, after a tip-off from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
 
When the Thai military says cadets can't bring phones to training, they mean it.
 
A Thai journalist just freed from detention by the military government has resigned under pressure from his newspaper.
 
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