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Insurgents attempting to attract international organisations

Insurgents behind the violence in Southern Thailand have used their attacks to draw attention from international organisations in a bid to draw them into the problems, Army Commander in Chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha said Monday. “The problems are the country’s internal affairs and we are making our best efforts to deal with them. The presence […]Read More

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Pattaya Rescue Foundation flood relief appeal

Pattaya is coming together to organize donations of food and other provisions for those affected by the floods which have crippled parts of Thailand. One of the local organizations who are making every effort to help is the Sawang Boriboon Rescue Foundation who are based in Banglamung. Read more: Pattaya OneRead More

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Doctors Without Borders to end its operation in Thailand

BANGKOK, 4 October 2011 (NNT) – The Doctors Without Borders organization has announced its decision to end its humanitarian mission in Thailand, citing problems with the Thai government. According to the announcement, the organization will close its two medical centers in Samut Prakan and Kanchanaburi provinces which have offered healthcare to more than 55,000 Burmese […]Read More

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Thai PM vows to strengthen ties with foreign countries

BANGKOK, 9 September 2011 (NNT) – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has met with foreign ambassadors to clarify government policies and assured them that Thailand’s relations with their countries will be strengthened. This morning, Prime Minister Yingluck received the ambassadors of ASEAN nations at Thai Khu Fa Building, Government House. Afterwards, a group of 102 officials, […]Read More

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Aussies Help Thai Police Battle Sexual Exploitation

An Australian charity, helping the Thai police fight under-age sexual exploitation, conducted a sting op. Nov16. in Ban Chang, rescuing three 15-year-old females from a bar-brothel. This represents but a pin prick in the war against the exploiters of an estimated 1.2 million women and children that are victims of human trafficking annually. November 18, […]Read More

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Aussies rescue four child sex workers in Thailand

AN AUSTRALIAN organisation comprising ex-police and special forces soldiers has rescued four child sex workers from an illegal brothel near the Thailand-Cambodia border. The team of volunteer operatives from The Grey Man, a Brisbane-based charity, staged the successful operation at a brothel in the Thailand town of Aranyaprathet, 1km from the Cambodian border, on Saturday. […]Read More