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2 hrs ago | The Telegraph
German consul general Rainer Schmiedchen is flanked by Til Fischer and Lucas Drescher in Calcutta.
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4 hrs ago | Bangkok Post
Popular resort destinations near Bangkok will be bustling from Dec 5-10 thanks to the positive atmosphere from easing political tensions.
5 hrs ago | The Nation
A GROWING NUMBER of Japanese companies might re-examine their investment strategies in Thailand because of the negative impact of anti-government rallies in Bangkok, according to Japanese newspaper Yomiuri.
10 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Maria Karra first started to make an impact with her charity work in Southeast Asia.
14 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
From Minggu Simon Lhasa and Piyarat Nisangkard BANGKOK, Dec 4 -- The Thai economy remains on track to register growth this year despite the lost economic opportunities caused by the prolonged protests by the anti-government groups.
18 hrs ago | Bangkok Post
His Majesty the King gives Barack Obama an audience at Siriraj Hospital on Nov 18, 2013 during the US President's three-country visit to Southeast Asia.
PETALING JAYA: It is still safe to travel to Bangkok despite the recent massive political unrest taking place in the capital of Thailand, says the Tourism Authority of Thailand in Malaysia.
New Delhi, Dec 3 : India Tuesday said it was following the developments in Thailand and was in constant contact with its embassy in Bangkok in the wake of widespread anti-government protests in the Southeast Asian country.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand said the four major markets of Asean, South Asia, Oceania, and Africa are showing negative signs for bookings this month and next month.
The political protests currently taking place in parts of Bangkok don't seem to be affecting travel to and within Thailand .
Hong Kong has issued the red alert warning travellers to Bangkok urging them to avoid non-essential travel amid yet another bout of political violence in Thailand.
A total of 34 countries and regions have issued travel warnings for Thailand where political tension has run high, Xinhua news agency reported.
Business associations in Singapore say their members who are operating businesses in Bangkok have not raised any alarm bells in view of the current political situation in the Thai capital.
Thai protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban says he has met PM Yingluck Shinawatra and given her two days to "return power to the people".
Businesses leaders are supporting the bold offer from the Thai Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Trade to mediate the recent political dispute, saying all groups must help the country to move on.