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Topic: SONGKHLA

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SONGKHLA: A Thailand Post worker had tried to dupe the authorities by using the agency’s van to smuggle 13 Myanmar illegals into Malaysia.
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SONGKHLA, May 15 — A Thailand Post worker had tried to dupe the authorities by using the agency’s van to smuggle 13 Myanmar illegals into Malaysia.
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SONGKHLA: A Thailand Post worker had tried to dupe the authorities by using the agency’s van to smuggle 13 Myanmar illegals into Malaysia.
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SONGKHLA (ANN): Soldiers and customs officials stopped 15 vehicles and seized some 5,100 litres of petrol and diesel allegedly being smuggled into Songkhla’s Sadao district on Wednesday morning at the Tha Khoi-Padang Bezar crossing.
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Incidents of a bomb explosion and shootings greeted residents in restive southern Thailand when Muslims observe the first day of fasting during the month of Ramadan today.
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SONGKHLA, April 17 — Three Malaysians are still receiving treatment at the Hatyai Hospital following a fire incident at a hotel in Sadao, Songkhla, on Friday (April 12).
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SONGKHLA: Five Malaysians are still in hospital for treatment following yesterday’s fire at a hotel in Sadao, Songkhla in southern Thailand.
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TASEK GELUGOR: The fire at a six-storey hotel in Sadao, Songkhla, Southern Thailand yesterday was believed to be caused by a short-circuit.
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BANGKOK (April 13): Sixteen people, including eight  Malaysians, were injured after a hotel in Sadao in Songkhla province, southern Thailand caught fire today.
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BANGKOK: A total of 16 people, including eight Malaysians, had gone to Songkhla pro­vince, southern Thailand, to join in the water fun as part of the Songkran (Thai new year) festival.
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BANGKOK: Sixteen 16 people, including eight Malaysians, were injured after a hotel in Sadao in Songkhla province, southern Thailand caught fire today.
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BANGKOK, April 12 — Sixteen people, including eight Malaysians, were injured after a hotel in Sadao in Songkhla province, southern Thailand caught fire today.
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BANGKOK (Bernama): Eight Malaysians are among the 16 sixteen people hurt after a hotel in Sadao in Songkhla province, southern Thailand caught fire.
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BANGKOK: A Malaysian has been arrested by Thai police for having 64kg of cannabis near the Malaysian-Thai border.
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BANGKOK: A Malaysian was arrested by Thai police for having 64 kg of cannabis near the Malaysia-Thailand border on Saturday.
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A Malaysian was arrested by Thai police for having 64kg of cannabis near the Malaysia-Thailand border on Saturday.
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BANGKOK (Bernama): A Malaysian was arrested by Thai police for having 64kg of cannabis near the border between the two countries on Saturday (April 6).
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SONGKHLA: The Thai police have arrested 24 illegal immigrants from Myanmar who were trying to smuggle into Malaysia via the Malaysia-Thailand border at Sungai Golok, Narathiwat, today.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government has not decided whether to go ahead with a proposal to build a border wall between Malaysia and Thailand, a year after both governments reached an agreement on the plan as...
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KHON KAEN/SONGKHLA (Thailand), March 21 — In the rice-growing heartland of Thailand’s northeast, Kamol Suanpanya, 80, meets in the off season with fellow farmers at a community centre, where they ...
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BANGKOK (March 20): The Thai Army today seized 300,000 litres of diesel worth about 10 million baht, believed to have been smuggled from Malaysia, and detained 13 locals for investigation.
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BANGKOK: Thai Army today seized 300,000 litres of diesel worth about 10 million baht, believed to have been smuggled from Malaysia, and detained 13 locals for investigation.
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BANGKOK, March 20 — Thai Army today seized 300,000 litres of diesel worth about 10 million baht, believed to have been smuggled from Malaysia, and detained 13 locals for investigation.
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HATYAI: The Malaysian consulate-general in Songkhla has recorded a steady increase in the number of applications from Malaysians for the marriage verification letter since 2011.
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HATYAI: The Consulate General of Malaysia in Songkhla, Thailand, has recorded a steady increase in the number of applications from Malaysians to obtain marriage verification letter since 2011.
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The Consulate-General of Malaysia in Songkhla, Thailand, has recorded a steady increase in the number of applications from Malaysians to obtain marriage verification letter since 2011.
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HATYAI (Bernama): The Malaysian consulate-general in Songkhla, Thailand, has recorded a steady increase in the number of applications from Malaysians to obtain marriage verification letters since 2011.
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HATYAI, March 10 — The Consulate General of Malaysia in Songkhla, Thailand, has recorded a steady increase in the number of applications from Malaysians to obtain marriage verification letter since ...
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Hat Yai (March 6): A drunk man was shot dead following a fight outside a restaurant in Songkhla's Hat Yai municipality.
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SONGKHLA, Thailand: A Malaysian policeman was detained on Thursday (Feb 28) for allegedly trying to smuggle 47 pangolins worth more than 1 million baht (US$31,700) into Thailand.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 21): Ranhill Holdings Bhd (Ranhill) and Thailand-based Treasure Specialty Company Ltd (TS Co) will jointly develop a 1,150 megawatt combined cycle gas turbine power plant in Kedah fo...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia today said it was prepared to facilitate a dialogue between Majlis Syura Patani (Mara Patani) and the Thai government if there are calls to do so.
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PETALING JAYA: A transport expert today urged the government to expedite the planned development of a rail link between Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah to Arau in Perlis, saying it is better than focusing o...
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Thailand's first tropical storm in three decades, packing winds of up to 80 kph (50 mph), is expected to make landfall on Friday evening, sending thousands of people flocking to shelter inland and shu...
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians residing in Thailand or travelling to that country have been advised to remain vigilant and exercise caution at all times in the wake of bomb explosions and shooting incidents in Thailand's southern provinces, says Wisma Putra.
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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Foreign Ministry has advised Malaysians residing in Thailand or travelling to the country to remain vigilant and exercise caution at all times, in the wake of bomb explosions and shooting incidents in the country's southern provinces.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Foreign Ministry today advised Malaysians residing in Thailand or travelling to that country to remain vigilant and exercise caution at all times in the wake of bomb explosions and sho...