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70 women and girls released after raid Thai parliament elects Yingluck Hundreds killed in Thai floods  The death toll from months of devastating floods has risen to 237. More rain could hit the waterlogged nation in the next few days Fears mount in Bangkok as waters rise Race to shore up Bangkok flood defense Bangkok digs in as floods merge Death toll from 2 months of rain is 297 Thai capital escapes worst of flooding   Thai flooding threatens capital
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1. 02-06 Thailand, Cambodia trade shots Kantharalak, Thailand
C. 02-11 Protesters demand prime minister's ouster Thailand
D. 03-24 Quake hits Myanmar near China borders Myanmar
4. 04-22 Thailand-Cambodia clashes resume Thailand
04-23 Thai-Cambodia clash deaths rise Cambodia
6. 04-28 Fighting resumes at Thai-Cambod. Border Thailand
H. 05-18 Thais remember Bangkok protests Thailand
I. 06-26 PM Abhisit warns against Thaksin return Thailand

Fighting resumes at Thai-Cambod. Border  Fighting raged on along the turbulent Thai-Cambodian border, one day after local commanders from both sides had agreed to a cease-fire Thais remember Bangkok protests PM Abhisit warns against Thaksin return Thailand holds crucial election  People are voting in a general election in Thailand, billed as a test of the nation's fragile democracy Thailand elects its first woman PM
Thailand, Cambodia trade shots   Fighting flared for a third straight day along the border over a disputed ancient temple despite a ceasefire and international efforts Protesters demand prime minister's ouster U.N. calls for Thai-Cambodia ceasefire Quake hits Myanmar near China borders Thailand-Cambodia clashes resume Thai-Cambodia clash deaths rise


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  At least four soldiers die in renewed fighting on the Thai-Cambodia border, bringing the death toll to 10 in two days arund Ta Krabey temple
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  PM Abhisit Vejjajiva conceded that Yingluck Shinawatra had won the nation's election. Pheu Thai party had garnered a majority
 Yingluck's brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, was ousted as prime minister in a 2006 military coup. Yingluck's Pheu Thai party had won 260 seats, giving it a majority in the 500-seat parliament
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  Thais waded through flooded streets, their belongings and children perched on their shoulders
 Officials ordered floodgates opened to relieve pressure on dams and levees as enormous amounts of water flowed towards the sea in Thailand's worst flood in half a century. Government workers fought to contain flooding inching towards the capital
Oct.21 Thailand to open flood gates Oct.22   Thailand flooding 'to last weeks'  Thailand's worst flooding in decades is set to last another four to six weeks, the country's prime minister has said Oct.24   Floods reach Bangkok airport  Floodwaters in Bangkok have reached Don Muang Airport, one of the capital's 2 main airports and home to the flood relief operation command Oct.25   Dike breaks under Thai floodwaters   Residents of Thailand's Munag Ake village are being urged to evacuate the area early Tuesday morning Oct.26   Floodwaters force closure of airport  Don Muang airport closed. Bangkok faces the highest flood levels yet and is preparing for the worst     Bangkok residents flee flooding  The Thai authorities have ordered a five-day holiday to allow residents of Bangkok to leave the capital ahead of expected flooding Oct.27     Bangkok district under evacuation  Floodwaters that have drenched much of central and lower parts of northern Thailand crept into Bangkok, stressing embankments Oct.28     Bangkok facing 'perfect storm'  Thailand is facing its worst flooding since 1942, with 373 people dead, more than nine million affected and 28 -- or more than a third   US military to survey Thai floods  The Thai authorities have asked US military helicopters to survey flooding, which has hit the north and is now threatening the capital Bangkok Oct.29     Central Bangkok spared worst  The surrounding areas of the bustling capital faced further inundation at the next high tide Oct.30   Agencies fear disease in flooded Thailand  A humanitarian crisis looms in Thailand after the worst floods in decades left parts of Bangkok and other areas of the country submerged

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Nov.6   Death toll in Thailand floods passes 500
  The death toll from Thailand's worst flooding in half a century reached 506 as floodwaters inched toward downtown Bangkok
Nov.8   Filthy floodwaters seep toward Bangkok  Thailand's Prime Minister laid out a three-point plan to get the country back on its feet after the worst flooding in 50 years Nov.9   Garbage build-up adds to Bangkok's woes  Bangkok residents are dealing with massive piles of garbage stacking up around the flood-stricken city Nov.14   Floodwater recedes, challenges linger  The mammoth flooding that has deluged much of Thailand, killing hundreds, appears to be subsiding Nov.16   Super-canal may prevent floods  Thai authorities are considering the construction of a super-express waterway through Bangkok to prevent future floods

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Dec.7   US man jailed in Thai royal case
  Thailand has jailed a Joe Gordon for two and a half years after he admitted posting web links to a banned biography of King Bhumibol Adulyadej





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