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When a German tourist refused to surrender his passport as collateral at a car rental stand along a popular beach in the Thai resort city of Phuket, the woman behind the counter pulled out a bag full of passport books to prove he could trust her.
Missing plane highlights passport theft, lax law enforcement

 

Thailand reduced its official interest rate to the lowest level in three years on Wednesday to boost the economy in the face of a protracted political crisis.
 

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra could face murder charges after relatives of two anti-government protesters who died following clashes with police filed a complaint with a criminal court, a lawyer said Tuesday.
 

Two Thai army rangers have confessed to shooting dead three young brothers in the country's violence-torn deep south in an attack that sparked a spate of gruesome tit-for-tat killings, police said Tuesday.
 

Thailand's first poll re-runs passed peacefully Sunday following a widely disrupted general election, as pro-government “Red Shirts” stepped up rallies in support of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's battered administration.
Thai poll re-runs pass peacefully as Red Shirts gather

 

The anti-government protesters who once threatened to shut down Thailand's capital said they will significantly scale back their presence in the streets, in what could be a prelude to eased tensions.
Thai protesters to scale back Bangkok gatherings

 

The anti-government protesters who once threatened to shut down Thailand's capital said they will significantly scale back their presence in the streets, in what could be a prelude to eased tensions.
Thai protesters to scale back Bangkok gatherings

 

At least 15 people, including 13 children, were killed when a bus carrying students on a trip to the seaside collided with a truck in eastern Thailand Friday, police said.
Fifteen dead in Thai school bus crash

 

Thailand's anti-corruption agency weighed charges of negligence against Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday as the leader of protests aimed at forcing her from power suggested a televised debate after weeks of refusing to talk.
 

Thailand's anti-graft commission on Thursday summoned the embattled prime minister to hear charges of negligence for allegedly mishandling a government subsidy program, as her supporters blocked access and chain-locked one of the gates to the agency's headquarters in Bangkok's outskirts.
 
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