Police in southern Thailand resort of Phuket say at least seven missing as rough seas overturn two tourist boats

Map. History of Thailand conflict

21 July 2018
Chinese consulate-general in Songkhla said it has activated its emergency procedures and urged the local government to make all-out efforts to rescue Chinese citizens after two boats carrying over 130 tourists overturned off Thai tourist island Phuket on Thursday.
Governor in southern Thailand province of Phuket says 49 missing from tourist boat that overturned in rough seas
Phuket governor says 90 tourists from China, Taiwan and Russia have been rescued, but seven people remain missing
Police in southern Thailand resort of Phuket say at least seven missing as rough seas overturn two tourist boats
Dozens missing in boat capsize off Thai tourist island: disaster office
Thai rescue teams find 13 missing in cave with 'signs of life'
2 week ago
South Korea FM Kang Kyung-wha, Thai PM discuss tighter cooperation between South Korea, ASEAN
Thai PM visits cave where boys' soccer team feared trapped
3 week ago
[email protected]: Early this year Harley-Davidson said they would move much of their plant operations in Kansas City to Thailand. That was long before Tariffs were announced. Hence, they were just using Tariffs/Trade War as an excuse. Shows how unbalanced and unfair trade is, but we will fix it..
3 week ago
South Korea Foreign Minister Kang to visit Thailand next week
Thai deputy PM says general election to be held next year on feb. 24 the earliest, may 5 the latest
Thailand central bank keeps policy rate unchanged at 1.50 pct by a policy committee vote of 5-1
Thailand executes first prisoner by lethal injection since 2009
Thailand PM said there won't be an election until the king's coronation
UK, France should press Thai PM on rights, to end military rule: group
Thailand's king revokes ranks of senior monks involved in alleged graft
Thailand criminal court freed on bail a group of activists who led a protest in Bangkok on the anniversary of a 2014 coup, forbidding them from holding an illegal protest again, according to their lawyer
Thai court extends detention of pro-democracy activists
Thailand arrests senior monks in temple raids to clean up Buddhism
Thai police arrest leaders of an anti-junta protest who tried to mark the fourth anniversary of a coup by marching to Bangkok's Government House, one of the largest acts of dissent since the army grabbed power2 month ago
Thai police arrest leaders of an anti-junta protest who tried to mark the fourth anniversary of a coup by marching to Bangkok's Government House, one of the largest acts of dissent since the army grabbed power
Thailand protest leaders Rome and 'Ja New' have handed themselves in. Three other leaders have also been detained near the UN. Protesters have been asked to disperse. Appears to be all over
Police declare Thailand pro-election protest on fourth anniversary of military coup over after taking away some of the group's leaders
Thai police have blocked anti-junta protesters from marching to Government House to mark four years of military rule, one of the largest acts of dissent since the army grabbed power
Thai police block pro-democracy march on coup anniversary
After a pause for rain, food and dancing the protest in Bangkok is heating up again. Some pushing on frontline and a marquee destroyed. About 100 riot police moved into position
Protesters in Thailand surrounded by police and they're formimg a human shield in attempt to arrest protest leaders sitting in front of UN
Thailand police have released us journos and other protesters, only detained and arrested 5 protest leaders
Thailand police coming to take protest leaders and surrounded both protesters and journos
Thai protesters confront police, anti-government march blocked
Thai PM reiterates no vote until 'early 2019', as protesters gather
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