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    Pracha: Govt ready to talk with Suthep

    Patsara Jikkham, Published on 15/11/2013

    » Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok said on Friday that he is ready to talk with protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban and opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva to find ways to end the anti-government rallies.

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    Police and monks meet halfway

    Lamphai Intathep, Published on 19/11/2013

    » Police have agreed to reposition barricades outside Wat Benchamabopit after monks at the temple complained that Internal Security Act (ISA) measures were preventing daily almsgiving activities.

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    Monks irked by police blockades

    Online Reporters, Published on 18/11/2013

    » Police are trying to appease monks at Wat Benchamabophit by helping clean the temple after a monk posted a Facebook message complaining about Internal Security Act (ISA) blockades impeding their ability to collect alms.

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    Songkhla cabinet meeting postponed

    Patsara Jikkham, Published on 25/11/2013

    » The government decided on Monday to postpone a mobile cabinet meeting due to take place on Thursday and Friday in Songkhla, citing the need to help victims of floods in the southern region instead.

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    Pracha: Dems should end rally

    Online Reporters, Published on 06/11/2013

    » The Democrats should stop street protests because the Pheu Thai Party has clearly shown its intention not to force the amnesty legislation through, Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnok said on Wednesday.

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    ICJ ruling on Preah Vihear Nov 11

    Online Reporters, Published on 16/10/2013

    » The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has tentatively set to deliver its ruling on the territorial dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over the area surrounding Preah Vihear temple on Nov 11, deputy permanent secretary for foreign affairs Nattavudh Photisaro said on Wednesday.

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    NSC defends continued ISA

    Online Reporters, Published on 18/10/2013

    » Concerns over ongoing protests at Uruphong intersection and the forthcoming Hague ruling on the Preah Vihear temple dispute left government with no choice but to extend the Internal Security Act until the end of next month, the National Security Council chief has claimed.

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    Suriyasai: Major uprising looms

    Online Reporters, Published on 27/10/2013

    » A major uprising of the people will take place to oust the government if the amnesty bill designed to absolve deposed prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra and his associates of wrongdoing is passed into law or if the International Court of Justice (ICJ) delivers a ruling which results in Thailand losing territory, Green Group coordinator Suriyasai Katasila said on Sunday.

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    ISA in capital extended to Nov 30

    Published on 18/10/2013

    » A mini-cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister and Defence Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, decided on Friday to extend until Nov 30 the use of the Internal Security Act (ISA) in three Bangkok districts around parliament and Government House.

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    Budget sought to hunt for Vatana

    Online Reporters, Published on 31/07/2013

    » The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is asking for 119,000 baht from the 2014 budget so its officials can travel to Cambodia to hunt for fugitive former deputy interior minister Vatana Asavahame.

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