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Bangkok

Fire at Fortune Town mall sparks evacuation

A fire broke out at the Fortune Town building on Ratchadaphisek Road on Sunday, leading to an evacuation of the building. No injuries were reported. Jor Sor 100 traffic radio reported the fire at 4.25pm and several Twitter posts showed firefighters inside the building trying to douse the flames. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST […]Read More

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Four arrest warrants issues for murder of 63-year-old man

Bangkok’s Ratchadapisek Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for four men for their alleged roles in the fatal assault of Sajja Prasai, a 63-year-old driver of a commuter passenger truck, on Saturday night. Arthit Sondonprai, 25, and Surachet Phojad, 29, are wanted for the charges of simple assault, deadly assault and intrusion into a residence […]Read More

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Bombs found, defused at two Bangkok judicial compounds

BANGKOK, Mar 17 – Two homemade bombs were found at separate locations within the compounds of judicial offices in Bangkok this morning. Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians defused a bomb, attached to an alarm clock set for 9am, in a garbage bin near a taxi stand at the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) […]Read More

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Grenades hurled into Criminal Court in Bangkok, No injuries reported

BANGKOK, March 3 – Two hand grenades were hurled into the Criminal Court in Bangkok this morning, but failed to detonate while security has been tightened to prevent repeated incidents at court compounds. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit rushed to the Criminal Court compound on Ratchadapisek Road after being informed of the explosion sound around […]Read More

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M79 grenade found near Bangkok Civil Court defused

BANGKOK, 23 February 2014 (NNT) – The M79 grenade found at a parking lot near the Civil Court has been disposed of safely. Deputy Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police Pol.Gen. Ek Angsananont said he believed the bomb was a threat against the court. Officers from the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) on Sunday used C4 […]Read More

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21 most horrendous traffic jams in Bangkok revealed

BANGKOK, 26 September 2012 (NNT)-The Royal Thai Police has revealed 21 zones with most horrendous traffic jam where commuters are advised to avoid at all costs during a heavy downpour. According to the Royal Thai Police, the 21 areas throughout the capital city which are infamous for horrible gridlocks include Ratchadaphisek road starting from Fortune […]Read More