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Police provide safety for dead cadets' families

Senior police officials Monday gave families of two cadets killed in a March parachute accident personal assurances of safety after relatives received anonymous threats.

Right panel opens inquiry after finding Koh Tao suspects abused

The National Human Rights Commission will meet with every police team involved in Koh Tao murder case after a forensic unit determined the suspects might have been tortured during interrogation.

New Indonesia president Widodo targets growth, self-sufficiency

JAKARTA ? Joko Widodo completed a journey from riverside shack to presidential palace on Monday, cheered through the streets following his inauguration by tens of thousands of ordinary Indonesians in a reminder to the opposition-controlled parliament of the strong grass-roots support that swept him to power.

Keeping Khon dance alive

Welcome to a school that teaches Khon to children - both rich or poor. A Khon teacher explains how this traditional masked dance based on the Ramayana epic can help children in both their personal life and their career. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)

BAAC begins subsidy payments to rice farmers

The state-owned Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) began making one-off cost-subsidy payments to small-holding rice farmers on Monday, with a total 176 million baht to be handed out to 14,000 households in eight provinces.

Pheu Thai denies talk of cremation plot

The Pheu Thai Party and its red-shirt allies have affirmed they will not proceed with provocative action against the government.

Police 'ready to work with' UK observers

Police are ready to cooperate with British observers in the case of two British tourists murdered on Koh Tao, according to Pol Col Prachum Ruangthong, superintendent of Phangan police station.

Prajin set to take on King Power

Transport Minister Prajin Juntong is considering allowing more operators of duty-free shops at five major airports to end the monopoly held by King Power International Group.

The big issue: Our man in Milan

The spotlight fell even more strongly on Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha last week. And no one, not the most vengeful anti-coup opponent, seemed to feel worse about the constant attention than the man himself.

Threat from Ebola low as Thailand is 'well prepared'

The Department of Disease Control has played down the threat of an Ebola outbreak in Thailand, saying experience in dealing with infectious diseases outbreaks had prepared the kingdom to cope with any emergencies.



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