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Thailand - The Royal Family News about visits of Thai royals overseas and around the provinces including his Royal Majesty King Rama IX Bhumiphol Adulyadej. Various ceremonies to be attended, court news, and forthcoming events involving the royal family. Please be aware of the very strict LM laws that are applicable in Thailand before posting, and that posts will be moderated.

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Old 01-01-2017, 06:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Princess Maha Chakri visits wounded soldiers on occasion of the New Year

BANGKOK, 1 January 2017 (NNT) - Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on December 31, 2016 visited injured soldiers at Phra Mongkutklao Hospital in Bangkok to give them moral support and gifts on the occasion of the New Year.

Her Royal Highness visited injured soldiers at their beds, extended her wish for their speedy recovery and presented them with gift bags.

A total of 20 soldiers injured in counter-insurgency operations are currently treated at the hospital. Most of them received severe injuries while providing protection to teachers and students in the three southernmost provinces. Some were wounded during narcotic suppression drives. Many become amputees, losing one or both legs, or blinded. They are undergoing long-term rehabilitation as well as occupational training at the hospital. The Army is helping provide accommodations and other assistance to relatives of the wounded soldiers, to enable them to stay close and give the patients care and support.

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Injured soldiers?

What did they get injured doing, ran over by a truck importing teak or meth from neighbouring states? Break a fingernail casting Rohingyha out to sea? Get a black eye cracking down on a protest?
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The fucking war down South, you idiot.
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