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Bangkok shaken by 6.1 earthquake   An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 with its epicenter in western Laos, west-northwest of the city of Luang Prabang Key Thai party cleared of fraud   5-year politics ban for ex-PM
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King pardons Swiss man Costs to take center stage at climate talks  The costs of cutting greenhouse gases and who will pay are likely to be the key issues at a major U.N.-backed meeting of scientists and dipl... Deal struck at UN climate talks
3 killed in southern Thailand Swiss gone on trial over 'insults' to king Swiss man jailed for Thai insult


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  Oliver Jufer, 57, has been jailed for 10 years after pleading guilty to charges of insulting the Thai king


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  Experts at a climate change conference in Bangkok have reached a deal on the ways to combat global warming.    China tried to to water down language on c...
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  A court has disbanded Thai Rak Thai, the political party of ousted Thaksin, finding it guilty of legal violations during elections


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Jun.20 Ex-PM Thaksin accused of corruption

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Jul.6 Thai draft constitution approved
Jul.9     Supreme Court will open ex-PM case  Court has agreed to hear corruption charges against Thaksin Shinawatra

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Aug.19     Thais approved constitution  Exit poll: A healthy majority of voters approved an army-drafted constitution designed to prevent a repeat of the powerful single party gove...

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Sep.16   87 killed in plane crash
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  A passenger jet crashed at the Phuket Airport in southern Thailand shortly after landing, killing 87 of the 130 people on board
 The aircraft crashed shortly after landing in heavy winds and strong rains. Many of the 43 survivors escaped by climbing out an exit door onto the wing. The aircraft was operated by Thai budget carrier One-Two-GO
  Clue search after air crash   Investigators probing a plane crash at a tourist resort say they have found the flight recorders Sep.17   Survivors recount jet crash   Experts investigating plane crash have recovered the plane's flight data recorders, as survivors recalled how the jet was engulfed in fire Sep.18   Relatives to identify Phuket crash dead   Relatives of the 89 people killed in plane crash continued to arrive in the resort town on to try to identify their loved ones' remains

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Oct.15   Interpol ID suspected pedophile  A suspect sought in a worldwide Interpol manhunt has been identified and is believed to be in Thailand Oct.16   Global hunt for child-sex suspect  Thai police named a suspected paedophile as Christopher Paul Neil, a 32-year-old Canadian. He allegedly appears in 200 images abusing young ... Oct.18   Police arrest pedophilia suspect
  Christopher Paul Neil, a teacher from Canada suspected of sexually abusing young boys in photographs posted on the Internet, has been arrested Oct.20   Police: 3 boys identify suspect  The case against a suspected Christopher Paul Neil is based on information from three boys in who say they were abused

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Nov.1   Monk who helped protests escapes  24-year-old Ashin Kovida found freedom in Thailand and escaped authorities within Myanmar's oppressive military regime

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Dec.4   Thais mark king's 80th birthday
  Celebrations are taking place to mark the 80th birthday of Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest serving monarch Dec.22   First post-coup vote
  People are voting in the first general election since the military coup that overthrew Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra Dec.23     Thaksin ally wins Thai election
  Samak Sundaravej's People Power Party won 228 seats in the 480-seat house, short of the 241 needed for an absolute majority
 the result is a big setback for the military, which has tried to curb Mr Thaksin's influence
  Thai parties in coalition talks  Rival political parties have begun what could be protracted negotiations to form a coalition government after the general election Dec.24   Thaksin party 'can form alliance'  People Power Party (PPP) which won most seats in election has claimed it has the backing of enough smaller parties to form a ruling coalition     Thaksin considers Thailand return  Former Thai PM, who was forced from power by a military coup more than a year ago, says he is considering returning home from exile Dec.27   Official: Thaksin will face arrest  Deposed Prime Minister will be arrested if he returns home from self-imposed exile as planned





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May.3
  Experts at a climate change conference in Bangkok have reached a deal on the ways to combat global warming.    China tried to to water down language on c...
May.16 Bangkok shaken by 6.1 earthquake   An earthquake of magnitude 6.1 with its epicenter in western Laos, west-northwest of the city of Luang Prabang Sep.16 87 killed in plane crash
Map of Phuket Thailand
  A passenger jet crashed at the Phuket Airport in southern Thailand shortly after landing, killing 87 of the 130 people on board
 The aircraft crashed shortly after landing in heavy winds and strong rains. Many of the 43 survivors escaped by climbing out an exit door onto the wing. The aircraft was operated by Thai budget carrier One-Two-GO
Sep.16 Clue search after air crash   Investigators probing a plane crash at a tourist resort say they have found the flight recorders Sep.17 Survivors recount jet crash   Experts investigating plane crash have recovered the plane's flight data recorders, as survivors recalled how the jet was engulfed in fire Sep.18 Relatives to identify Phuket crash dead   Relatives of the 89 people killed in plane crash continued to arrive in the resort town on to try to identify their loved ones' remains



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2007 Jan.13 3 killed in southern Thailand
Mar.11 Swiss gone on trial over 'insults' to king Mar.28 Swiss man jailed for Thai insult
  Oliver Jufer, 57, has been jailed for 10 years after pleading guilty to charges of insulting the Thai king
Apr.11 King pardons Swiss man
Jun.20 Ex-PM Thaksin accused of corruption Jul.9   Supreme Court will open ex-PM case  Court has agreed to hear corruption charges against Thaksin Shinawatra Oct.15 Interpol ID suspected pedophile  A suspect sought in a worldwide Interpol manhunt has been identified and is believed to be in Thailand Oct.16 Global hunt for child-sex suspect  Thai police named a suspected paedophile as Christopher Paul Neil, a 32-year-old Canadian. He allegedly appears in 200 images abusing young ... Oct.18 Police arrest pedophilia suspect  Christopher Paul Neil, a teacher from Canada suspected of sexually abusing young boys in photographs posted on the Internet, has been arrested Oct.20 Police: 3 boys identify suspect  The case against a suspected Christopher Paul Neil is based on information from three boys in who say they were abused



Thailand, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Mar.11 Swiss gone on trial over 'insults' to king
Mar.28 Swiss man jailed for Thai insult
  Oliver Jufer, 57, has been jailed for 10 years after pleading guilty to charges of insulting the Thai king
Apr.11 King pardons Swiss man Apr.29 Costs to take center stage at climate talks  The costs of cutting greenhouse gases and who will pay are likely to be the key issues at a major U.N.-backed meeting of scientists and dipl... May.3 Deal struck at UN climate talks
  Experts at a climate change conference in Bangkok have reached a deal on the ways to combat global warming.    China tried to to water down language on c...
May.30 Key Thai party cleared of fraud May.30   5-year politics ban for ex-PM
  A court has disbanded Thai Rak Thai, the political party of ousted Thaksin, finding it guilty of legal violations during elections
Jul.6 Thai draft constitution approved Aug.19   Thais approved constitution  Exit poll: A healthy majority of voters approved an army-drafted constitution designed to prevent a repeat of the powerful single party gove... Nov.1 Monk who helped protests escapes  24-year-old Ashin Kovida found freedom in Thailand and escaped authorities within Myanmar's oppressive military regime Dec.4 Thais mark king's 80th birthday  Celebrations are taking place to mark the 80th birthday of Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest serving monarch Dec.22 First post-coup vote  People are voting in the first general election since the military coup that overthrew Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra Dec.23   Thaksin ally wins Thai election
  Samak Sundaravej's People Power Party won 228 seats in the 480-seat house, short of the 241 needed for an absolute majority
 the result is a big setback for the military, which has tried to curb Mr Thaksin's influence
Dec.23 Thai parties in coalition talks
  Rival political parties have begun what could be protracted negotiations to form a coalition government after the general election Dec.24 Thaksin party 'can form alliance'
  People Power Party (PPP) which won most seats in election has claimed it has the backing of enough smaller parties to form a ruling coalition Dec.24   Thaksin considers Thailand return
  Former Thai PM, who was forced from power by a military coup more than a year ago, says he is considering returning home from exile Dec.27 Official: Thaksin will face arrest  Deposed Prime Minister will be arrested if he returns home from self-imposed exile as planned