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Thai Army worried illegal border crossers are spreading COVID-19

PHITSANULOK: Thais working in Myanmar who wish to return home should do so only through two permanent border checkpoints, in Tak’s Mae Sot district and Chiang Rai’s Mae Sai, and go immediately into state quarantine to stem the spread of Covid-19, 3rd Army commander Lt Gen Apichet Suesat said on Monday. They should not return […]Read More

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Verdict on Prayut’s Army residence may be a ‘fire exit’

The country is counting down to December 2, when the Constitutional Court is scheduled to rule if Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha should lose his post for violating the charter. Just days before Wednesday’s verdict, observers remain divided as to whether the court will send Prayut packing – in the same way as it has […]Read More

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Army chief dismisses chance of another military coup as “negative

Army Commander-in-Chief General Narongphan Chitkaewtae has dismissed the chance of a military coup in Thailand as a “minus” possibility, saying that he believes the country will weather the current political storm and that political conflict must be solved using political means. He added, however, that the military will have to support the police in the […]Read More

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Two conscripts found dead in army bases in the Northeast

Pressure has mounted over treatments of conscripts over the past week after two were found dead in their bases in the Northeast. Relatives of one of them on Monday asked the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) to handle the case, citing pressure on the family and local police. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE REPORTERSRead More

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No more coups in Thailand? Only one man has the

The “coup question” is raised by the Thai press almost every time a new Army chief takes over. Indeed, nearly every Royal Thai Army chief in recent history has at some point been asked: “Will there be another coup?”, “Can you confirm there will be no coup during your tenure?” and “What is your response […]Read More

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Army officers patrol risk areas in Chiang Mai to prevent

CHIANG MAI (NNT) – Hotspots have continued to aggravate the forest fire situation in Chiang Mai. The Disaster Relief Center, of the 33rd Military Circle, has dispatched military officers to patrol forest areas to prevent and extinguish forest fires throughout Chiang Mai province. The Disaster Relief Center, of the 33rd Military Circle, has been cooperating […]Read More

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HM King presides over grand military parade

HM the King on Saturday called on Thai people to commit to their duties with a common goal that has the best interest of the country at their heart. Addressing over 6,800 soldiers and policemen taking part in a grand military parade at the Royal Thai Army’s Calvary Centre in Saraburi, His Majesty said only […]Read More