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Six chemical weapons inspectors and five local drivers kidnapped in Syria, reports quoting foreign ministry say /BBC

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Six members of a team investigating alleged chlorine gas attacks in Syria are released and safe, UN says /BBC


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ICT Min pulls plug on over 200 websites for provoking unrest

BANGKOK, 27 May 2014 (NNT) – The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has so far closed more than 200 websites that are deemed to be a threat to national security and continues to closely monitor against misuse of social media.


In compliance with the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s instruction, Permanent Secretary for ICT Surachai Srisarakham stated that over 200 sites on the internet had thus far been terminated by the ICT Ministry due to inappropriate contents and tendency to stir up social conflicts. He affirmed that a constant watch would be kept over people’s use of the internet and social media by a newly-established committee, which was made up of officials from the ICT Ministry, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, the Royal Thai Army and the Royal Thai Police.

The ICT Ministry has also drawn up the national internet gateway project, to be supervised by TOT and CAT Telecom, as a long-term measure to eradicate provocative online materials. The new project is believed to facilitate the inspection of suspicious websites and the blocking of viewers’ access to prohibited contents.

In addition, the ICT Ministry has requested cooperation from all internet service providers in reporting any discovery of websites defying the order of the NCPO. Public members who have any knowledge of such violation are also encouraged to contribute to the effort by contacting the ministry via telephone or email.

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Chainat Internal Security Operational Command urges public to comply with curfew

BANGKOK, 27 May 2014 (NNT) –The Public and businesses are advised to comply with the curfew order announced by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), according to Col Chaidech Mekchalerm, the deputy director of the Chainat Internal Security Operational Command.


The officials patrolled last night and no opposition to the curfew time, from 10.00 p.m. to 05.00 a.m., was encountered. Community radio stations have also been requested to suspend their services temporarily, and until further notice.

Meanwhile, if any actions affecting security are found, a call can be made to 1374.

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The National Council for Peace and Order issued an announcement Tuesday night easing the curfew time from 10.00 p.m.- 5.00 a.m. to 00.01 a.m. – 4.00 a.m. beginning tonight (May 28).

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RT@tulsathit: Debate is going on if new curfew goes into effect "tonight", as "May 28" starts 00.01 am, a few hours away

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RT@BPbreakingnews: Correction: The NCPO relaxes a curfew. It will be from midnight to 4am starting tonight.

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RT@tulsathit: Will gambling ban affect underground lottery? That's one HUGE industry!!!

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Gun-toting Aussie tourist nabbed with crystal meth in Phuket

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Mark Robert Coutelas, 53, was found with an illegal handgun, a BB gun and 530mg of crystal meth. Photo: Patong Police

PHUKET: Patong Police arrested an Australian tourist today after finding him in possession of 530mg of ya ice (crystal methamphetamine), a gun, and ammunition.

Full Story: http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/729629-gun-toting-aussie-tourist-nabbed-with-crystal-meth-in-phuket/

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