Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara

Remains of seven more Thais killed in Israel due back on Thursday

Seven more sets of remains of Thais killed in Israel are scheduled to arrive at Suvarnabhumi international airport on Thursday afternoon, according to the Thai Foreign Ministry. A total of…

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More charter flights to evacuate Thais from Israel

Additional charter flights have been arranged for today and tomorrow to evacuate Thais from Israel. The embassy in Tel Aviv is urging Thais to report to the evacuation centre, at…

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu / AFP

Netanyahu assures Srettha of Israel’s efforts to help Thai hostages

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has assured Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin that his government will do its best to help secure the release of Thai workers being held…

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Lerpong Syed

Thai hostages in Gaza currently safe and well – Thai negotiator

Lerpong Syed, one of negotiators working for the release of Thais being held hostage by Hamas in Gaza, confirmed today that they are safe and healthy. Speaking to Suthichai Yoon…

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Thai workers in Israel arrive at Suvarnabhumi International Airport on Wednesday.

Bodies of seven more Thais killed in Israel to return home on Thursday

The seven sets of remains are scheduled to arrive at 10.35am at Suvarnabhumi International Airport tomorrow (Thursday), following eight others which were returned last week. The Thai government has put…

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Over 3,000 Thais already repatriated from Israel

A total of 3,329 Thai workers and students have now been flown back to Thailand from Israel, including 367 who arrived yesterday (Sunday) on two flights, according to the Thai…

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Thais evacuated from Israeli warned about scammers

The families of Thai workers being evacuated from Israel are advised to beware of scammers, who may contact them through the Line application, claiming that they are accounting service providers…

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Remains of Thais who died in Hamas attack returned to families

The remains of eight of the Thai nationals killed in the Hamas attack on Israel arrived at Suvarnabhumi international airport this morning (Friday). After a brief religious ceremony, they were…

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Thai tragedy in Israel a wake-up call to tackle stark inequality in society

The high number of Thai migrants who were killed in the brutal attack on Israel by Hamas militants also happens to be a reflection of the stark inequality in Thai…

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Thai heroine in Israel misses mother’s passing to save Thais

The late mother of Wipawadi Vannachai, who has been praised for her heroic rescues of Thais trapped in the war zone in Israel, was suffering with terminal cancer but insisted…

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File photo : Barrages of rockets were fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip at dawn as militants from the blockaded Palestinian enclave infiltrated Israel, with at least one person killed, the army and medics said.//AFP

Thai air force plane leaves Wednesday to pick up 145 Thais in Israel

A Royal Air Force (RTAF) Airbus 340-500 has left Bangkok today for Tel Aviv in Israel, to evacuate 145 Thai nationals. They are due back at Don Mueang airport tomorrow…

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Four commercial aircraft on standby for evacuations from Israel

Four commercial planes, two each from Nok Air and Air Asia, have been put on standby to fly to Israel to evacuate Thais back to Thailand, once permission is granted…

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Two Thai air force planes to evacuate Thai workers from Israel on Sunday

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) will send two planes to Israel this Sunday to fly 220 Thai evacuees back to Thailand, followed by a third flight next Wednesday to…

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Soldiers stand in front of an Israeli police station that was damaged during battles to dislodge Hamas militants who were stationed inside, on October 8, 2023. / AFP

20 Thais believed killed in Gaza, 14 kidnapped, over 5,000 want to return home

Two more Thai workers have been killed in Israel, bringing the death toll to 20, while the number of those injured and abducted has risen to 13 and 14 respectively,…

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Sixteen Thai evacuees from Ukraine test positive for COVID-19

Sixteen of the 96 Thai evacuees from Ukraine, who arrived in Bangkok today, have tested positive for COVID-19 and are now isolated at the quarantine centre at Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases…

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Three Thai evacuees from Ukraine have COVID-19

Three of the first 38 Thais evacuated from Ukraine to Bangkok this morning (Wednesday) have tested positive for COVID-19. On arrival, all 38 were immediately taken to Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases…

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About 1,400 Thais returning from Myanmar to be repatriated through Mae Sot

Thailand’s northwestern province of Tak is preparing for the arrival of some 1,400 Thai citizens, most of whom crossed the border illegally to work in casinos and entertainment venues in…

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81 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Thailand today, 26 linked to Samut Sakhon

Thailand recorded 81 new COVID-19 cases today, including 37 Thais, of which 26 are related to a Samut Sakhon and 35 Myanmar migrant workers. CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Wissanuyothin said…

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Thai workers stranded in Uzbekistan asked to be patient and calm

Thai workers stranded in Uzbekistan have been warned, by the Thai embassy in Moscow, not to attempt to damage their work camp in an attempt to force the embassy to…

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More than 1,100 Thai’s returning from South Korea before March 1st cannot be located

Thailand’s Ministry of Labour has expressed concern that the whereabouts of 1,181 Thai workers, who returned from South Korea between February 24th and March 1st, are currently not known and…

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Two Thai workers killed in road accident in South Korea

Two Thai workers were killed in South Korea when their passenger carrying 16 people of various nationalities skidded off a mountain road en route to a farm, the Korean Times…

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