2007 in Thailand

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2007
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Thailand

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The year 2007 was the 226th year of the Rattanakosin Kingdom of Thailand. It was the 62nd year in the reign of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX), and is reckoned as year 2550 in the Buddhist Era.

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  • January 1 - Two more bomb blasts strike Bangkok just after midnight, injuring several people, including a foreign tourist whose legs are amputated in the blast. The explosions are near CentralWorld shopping mall, where just hours before thousands of people had gathered for a New Year's Eve countdown celebration and been told to disperse by authorities after seven bombs went off in various parts of the city earlier in the evening.
  • January 10 - Thailand's post-coup leaders revoke the diplomatic passport of ousted PM Thaksin Shinawatra and tell local media not to report his comments.
  • January 14 - A buddhist man has been beheaded and two others shot in Yala province, Southern Thailand. A handwritten note was found saying "We will kill all Thai Buddhists." Another man was shot dead in a separate attack. A police officer told the Reuters news agency that the note left by the body was signed by a group that called itself the Pattani Fighters, a reference to one of the region's troubled provinces.
  • January 14 - A collision between two trains south of Bangkok leaves 3 dead and about 70 injured. A Bangkok-bound train took the wrong track and hit an oncoming service near the resort town of Hua Hin.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Panel passes final draft of new Thai constitution, paving way for referendum, elections Associated Press, 6 July 2007
  2. ^ "The referendum". Office of The Election Commission of Thailand. Archived from the original on 2014-05-18. Retrieved 2014-07-09.
  3. ^ "Olympic Council of Asia : Games". Archived from the original on 2014-02-27. Retrieved 2014-07-09.

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