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His Majesties Graciously Repealed the Martial Law. NCPO Announced the Article 44 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand

The King Bhumibhol Martial Law Repealed 
His Majesty The King Bhumibol Adulyadej has graciously been pleased to proclaim that by His Majesty according to the publication of the Army Act No. 1/2014 on the implementation of Martial Law on May 20, 2014 in the kingdom of Thailand since May 20th, 2014 at 03:00 a.m.


The Declaration of Martial Law and Preparation and Adoption of Section 44 Instead Ordered National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)

Gen. Prayuth Chan-Ocha said the prime minister prepared to use special powers under Section 44 of the Chief NCPO order to maintain peace instead of martial law which is currently under consideration. 
NCPO has brought the Section 44 of the Constitution Act of 2014 temporarily replaced martial law.


Netanyahu victory casts doubt on future of peace talks

The Palestinian leadership does not seem to be entirely giving up the possibility of negotiations with the new Israeli government. [EPA]

The Israeli leader, expected to form a new right-wing government, said before the polls he opposes a Palestinian state.

Ramallah, Occupied West Bank - Pessimism has descended on the occupied Palestinian territories and the possibility of peace talks, following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's victory in legislative elections last week.


Saudi Arabia claims success in airstrikes on Yemen

Gulf kingdom's top army officer says airstrikes into Yemen have pushed Houthi rebels out of contested air bases.

A Saudi-led airstrike campaign targeting Shia rebels who control much of Yemen has pushed them out of contested air bases, the kingdom said, a day after Yemen's president said the aerial attacks will not stop until the rebels surrender.


Progress to Resolve the Fishery and Trafficking in Migrant Fishermen

Thailalnd is trying best to protect fishery workers and ensure proper standards in the industry and does not expect  any sanctions.

General Prawit Wongsuwan was responding to reports that the European Union may issue a "yellow card" to Thai fishery exports. The European Union recently gave Thailand six months, starting from February this year, to comply with its Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated(IUU) fishing regulations. Countries that fail to comply IUU rules face a ban on their fishery exports.


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