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Warning from the Brittish Embassy in Bangkok November 2012

A large anti-government demonstration is expected to take place in the Royal Plaza at the intersection of Si Ayuthaya Road and Rajdumnoen Nok Avenue from 0900 on 24 November. You should avoid this demonstration and any other protests. Other Warnings We advise against all but essential travel to the provinces of Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and Songkhla on the Thai-Malaysia border. On 21 September a bomb exploded in the Sai Buri district of Pattani causing a number of deaths and injuries. See Safety and Security - Political Situation. We advise against all travel to the Preah Vihear (Khaoi Pra Viharn in Thai) temple area and the Ta Krabey/Ta Moan temple area located on the Thai-Cambodian border due to the presence of troops in the area and the risk of outbreaks of fighting. Remain alert to the local situation when travelling in other border regions and at land crossings between Thailand and Cambodia. See  Safety and Security - Local Travel - Cambodian border. There…
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Thai Citizens Now Able To Renew ID Cards At Thai Embassies Overseas

Thais residing overseas are now able to renew I.D cards at Thai embassies overseas without having to return to Thailand. Since an MoU was signed in March between Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul and Interior Minister Yongyuth Wichaidit, under which both sides agreed to cooperate in renewing passports of Thai expats, the service has now been launched in Los Angeles. Starting September 13th, The Royal Thai Consulate in Los Angeles has been authorized to issue new IDs to Thai nationals seeking to replace those lost or damaged. No fees will be charged for expired IDs, but a 1 dollar fee will be charged for lost or damaged IDs. However, those seeking to make their I.D. cards for the first time are not allowed to do so. The Thai Consulate-General in Los Angeles was the first to offer this service as it is better equipped with necessary machines and staff than other consulates. The Foreign and Interior ministries aim to launch similar service at five more major ci…
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The French Embassy Is Issuing Travel Warnings For Citizens In Thailand

The French Embassy in Bangkok is issuing travel warnings for its citizens in Thailand, recommending against all but essential travel to flood-hit areas. According a statement on the embassy’s website, French citizens are advised to avoid travelling to affected provinces such as Phitsanulok, Phichit, Prachinburi and Sakaeo. A series of particularly strong seasonal storms with heavy rainfall have produced extensive flooding throughout many provinces in Thailand. It further stated that the flooding has not hampered transportation, and essential services in the affected regions are open to the public as usual. The embassy urges its citizens to contact its office in Bangkok for more information or to log onto http://www.ambafrance-th.org/Conseils-aux-voyageurs. News from NNT
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