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Soldiers open fire on crowd   Thai soldiers have opened fire on a crowd of anti-government protesters in the centre of the capital, who fled before the bullets Protests 'under control'
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Thailand to prosecute protesters  The embattled prime minister Vejjajiva has said legal action will be taken against protesters who forced the cancellation of the regional su... Troops crack down on protest
Police probe Thai club fire cause Club owner charged in New Year fire Thailand denies whipping refugees Lawmakers probe refugee abuse More refugees arrive amid abuse claims  A new boatload of Rohingya refugees washed up on the shores, raising questions about the type of treatment they would receive Refugees: Thai military beat up Jolie asks Thailand to aid refugees  Angelina Jolie has asked Thai government to permit greater freedom for thousands of refugees stuck in camps after fleeing neighboring Myanma... PM admits refugees pushed out to sea Thailand frees Australian writer Pro-Thaksin protesters demand elections Boat people to be sent back to Myanmar Protesters surround govt. headquarters  About 20,000 anti-government demonstrators surrounded the government headquarters and set up camp in a bid to oust the prime minister Gunfire on Thai-Cambodian border Map of Sisaket Thailand  Troops from Thailand and Cambodia have exchanged fire in a border area that both countries claim near the ancient temple of Preah Vihear Bangkok faces protests against PM   Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in the capital in a fresh bid to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva out of office Thai protests disrupt Asian summit

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  Political demonstrations in Thailand disrupted the Association of South East Asian Nations summit
  The army has begun an operation to remove anti-government protesters blocking the centre of the capital, sparking violent clashes
  The PM said that troops have the situation in Bangkok under control after a day of battles with anti-government protesters
  Protests 'breaking up'  An anti-government demonstrators who had been camped around the Government House have been walking away from the area Apr.14 Warrants for protest leaders Apr.16   'Yellow shirt' political leader shot  Sondhi Limthongkul who helped topple former prime minister was shot on the way to host his radio talk show Apr.17   PM: Emergency powers to stay in place  Abhisit Vejjajiva said he will not lift a state of emergency until he is convinced anti-government protests would not return to the capital Apr.23 Thailand lifts state of emergency

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Jun.4   Kung Fu star Carradine found dead
  72-year-old Kill Bill and Kung Fu star David Carradine has been found dead in a hotel room with a cord around his neck and other parts of his body Jun.18 Mekong dolphins at risk of extinction

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Jul.21 US concerned over N. Korea-Myanmar tie

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Aug.11   Court rejects Viktor Bout extradition  A court rejected the extradition of a man dubbed the 'Merchant of Death', whom the U.S. accuse of selling weapons to Colombian rebels

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Sep.19   Thailand rocked by rival protests  Thousands of troops were deployed as rival political groups held separate protests, one of which turned violent Sep.20   Thai king hospitalized
  King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 81, the world's longest reigning monarch, has been hospitalized with fever and fatigue Sep.23   HIV/Aids trial offer vaccine hope
  An experimental HIV vaccine has cut the risk of infection by a third in a major trial by the Thai government and US military

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Oct.8   Culture minister admits sex with 'boys'
  French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand said he will not resign over his admission in a book that he paid to have sex with 'boys' in Thailand

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Nov.9     Former Thai PM lands in Cambodia   Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has landed in Phnom Penh to take up a job as economic adviser to the government Nov.23   Former Prime Minister Samak dies  Samak Sundarave was ousted from office last year for appearing on television cooking shows for payment

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Dec.13   Plane detained with N Korea's weapons  Thai authorities seized a cargo aircraft carrying tons of weapons during a refueling stop in Bangkok. The aircraft was headed to Sri Lanka Dec.27   Thailand deport Hmong refugees to Laos  Thailand has begun deporting about 4,000 ethnic Hmong back to communist Laos, despite international concerns for their safety

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