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New signs show doing post-sanctions business with Iran returning to normal: Report
Serious signs have appeared showing that doing business with Iran may have already started to return to normal a year after the removal of sanctions that had complicated commerce with the country since 2011.
Thailand seals Iran rice deal
Thailand secured a deal to sell rice to Iran for the first time in 10 years, with the delivery of 50,000-100,000 tons of white rice due over the next 1-2 months.
Floods kill at least 25 in southern Thailand
Flooding has killed at least 25 people in Thailand’s south since the start of the year, affecting more than a million people.
A dozen dead in floods triggered by rains in southern Thailand
Flash floods triggered by heavy unseasonal downpours continue to hit Thailand’s southern regions, leaving a dozen people dead and affecting thousands of villages.
Regent to rule Thailand before new king
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha has announced that a regent will stand in as monarch until late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s son formally succeeds him.
Grieving Thailand salutes late king
Huge crowds of weeping Thais and saluting soldiers lined the streets Friday as the body of late King Bhumibol Adulyadej was borne through Bangkok, a day after his death.
President addresses 2nd Asia Cooperation Dialogue Summit
Asia’s power dependent on self-confidence, shared will for convergence/Iran aims to play a more active role in the Asian-European transportation network, President Hassan Rouhani said in his address at the 2nd Asia Cooperation Dialogue Summit reported.
President at Imam Hussein’s (AS) mourning ceremony in Bangkok
President at Imam Hussein’s (AS) mourning ceremony in Bangkok said Imam Hussein (AS) belongs not only to Islam and Shias, but also to all free people/Imam Hussein (AS) is the path to salvation
Iran, Thailand set for ‘new page’ in ties
Iran and Thailand expressed their readiness to open a new chapter in Tehran-Bangkok relations in different fields.
Thailand considers Zika tests for all pregnant women
Thailand is considering testing all pregnant women for Zika, the health ministry said on Monday, following confirmation last week of its first known cases of microcephaly, a birth defect marked by small head size, linked to the Zika virus.
Thailand rules out Zika link in two microcephaly cases
Thailand ruled out on Wednesday Zika as the cause of two cases of microcephaly but is investigating two other cases that could be the first linked to Zika in Southeast Asia of the condition that results in babies being born with small heads.
Thailand to enforce law to eliminate Zika breeding spots
Thailand authorities seeks to curb the Zika epidemic by eliminating breeding grounds of mosquitoes that can transmit the virus.
Number of Zika cases in Thailand nears 200
Health officials in Thailand, one of the main tourist destinations in Asia, say about 200 cases of Zika virus have been recorded in the country since the start of the current year.
3,000 illegal migrant workers caught in Thailand
A total of 2,944 migrants, mostly from Myanmar, were found working illegally at 5,626 businesses throughout the country during the past 11 months, Director General of Thailand Employment Department Arak Prommanee said on Tuesday.

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