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  1. Came across this video (uploaded 24/12/13) apparently showing a farang in the act of spraying graffiti on a temple wall in Chiang Mai, not far from Yupparaj School. Couldn't find anything on it in the press, so looks like he got away. http://video.mthai.c...11M1387891045M0 (video) http://www.cm108.com...ตี้à¸à¸³à¹à¸žà¸‡à¸§à¸±à¸”-อเ/ http://webcache.goog...lient=firefox-a
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c73Hi93Ht2Y
  3. 'Al-Qaeda' issues Thaksin threat Published: 28 Jul 2013 at 00.30 A YouTube video claiming to be an al-Qaeda threat against fugitive ex-premier Thaksin was removed by the video service on Saturday as too violent, and then appeared again hours later. The 2-minute, 45-second video is entitled "Al-Qaeda video against former Thailand Prime Minister". It showed three men in Arab-type clothing, one armed with either a rifle or a replica, with the "leader" reading a death threat. The third man held a photo of Thaksin. The English language commentary included threats to kill Thaksin, "to avenge the killing of Muslims in the South in 2004". It referred to the killings at Tak Bai district town, while Thaksin was premier. "We will get you any time, anywhere in the world," said the threat. There was no other context provided in the video. The first upload to YouTube was removed after a few hours with the notice: "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on violence". It appeared again from a different uploader several hours after that. Southern militants have denied they have any connections with al-Qaeda or similar foreign terrorist groups. The first attempt to upload the video failed when YouTube removed it from public view. Composite screen caps by BangkokPost.com Found a working link to the video here - until Youtube delete it again. English audio starts at 1:39s. Probably a fake though!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CImmXvVXlNI http://www.bangkokpo...-thaksin-threat
  4. http://youtu.be/QRIqbvifMnE Mini tsunami in Bangkok's Khlong Saen Saep canal.
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