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Thai Army announces coup d’etat

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Move an attempt to restore order after months of political disagreement

Five Reasons Why Slaves Still Catch Your Seafood

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Seafaring slave ships didn’t vanish in the 19th century. They still persist.

Thailand's Koh Tao

X-Ray Magazine article |  
If anyone was to mention diving in Thailand to you, then you would most likely think of one of the west coast destinations. Hardly a thought would be given to the small island of Koh Tao, which lies off the east coast in the Gulf of Thailand. I live and dive here, so I find this lack of attention a little unfair.
51 - Nov 2012 | Thailand's Koh Tao

PADI Dive Centres in Thailand are open for business

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Over the past several weeks, seasonal rains that are heavier than usual have resulted in widespread flooding in Thailand. While the flooding is having some impact, most key tourist destinations and attractions throughout Thailand have not been affected by the floods and almost all remain open.

Just a 200m Dive

X-Ray Magazine article |  
The entrance of the Sra Keow cave, north of Krabi, Thailand, is dark and quiet. All the local kids who use the pond as a playground are now back home for dinner. The only three people still there, closely watching the motionless pond, trying to see any bubble or glow that could reach the surface now start to worry. The divers were supposed to complete their dive within four and a half hours... Still nothing after six long hours.

Phuket dive boat goes up in flames

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A fire gutted a dive boat which was undergoing repairs on a Thai resort island, injuring seven workers. The vessel Laddawan 2 is owned by the West Coast Divers, a Thai firm operating around Phuket Island

Eight aircraft to be sunk off Phuket

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Phuket will soon boast a new dive site after 10 decommissioned aircraft of the Royal Thai Air Force were recently towed to Bangtao Bay in Thalang district and allowed to sink to the bottom of the sea

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