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Un Ai Rak “Love and Warmth at the Winter’s End”, The Bangkok Winter Festival

HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn has graciously granted his permission for the organising of Bangkok Winter Festival as “Un Ai Rak Klai Kwam Nao” or “Love and Warmth at the Winter’s…

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Anti-graft groups want political parties to commit to fight against corruption

The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT) has joined forces with the Foundation for Thai People, the Thai Chamber of Commerce University and a network of anti-graft groups to put pressure…

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Ex-DSI chief Tarit given 1-year jail term by Supreme Court for defaming Suthep

Former Department of Special Investigation chief Tarit Pengdit was today sentenced to one-year imprisonment by the Supreme Court for making unfounded corruption allegations against former deputy prime minister Suthep Thuagsuban…

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French tourist shot dead after scuffle with Lumpini policeman

A non-commissioned police officer was arrested this morning after allegedly shooting dead a French tourist at a doughnut stall in a condominium off Sukhumvit Road on Tuesday night. Pol Snr…

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Foreign Ministry confirms Thai tourist killed in gun attack in France

The Foreign Ministry confirmed this morning that a Thai tourist was among the three people killed in an attack by a gunman at a Christmas market in Strasbourg in eastern…

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Vegetables and fruits in student lunches heavily contaminated with toxic chemicals   

Vegetables and fruits found in lunches for students under the government-sponsored lunch programme are almost 100 percent contaminated with pesticides and 99 percent of the urine samples from students and…

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Bahraini footballer detained 60 days awaiting extradition to Bahrain  

The Criminal Court today ordered a former Bahraini national footballer detained for 60 days pending an extradition process after the Bahraini government had requested his extradition to face charges of…

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Northern and northeastern regions to stay cold until Dec 16

The North and the Northeast of Thailand will remain cold with strong wind for another period from December 11-16 due to a moderate cold front from China which is spreading…

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HM King leads tens of thousands in “Un Ai Rak Bike Ride”

HM King Maha Vajiralongkorn leads the “Un Ai Rak Bike Ride” through the capital on Sunday. Thousands of cyclists took part in the spectacular ride.  Similar cycling events were held…

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Agoda lists Bangkok as most-visited Asian city for tourists in Asia

Bangkok tops the list of most-visited tourist destination among Asian cities for 2018, according to Agoda, the fastest-growing online travel booking platform. The other cities in the top 10 list…

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Thais nation-wide ready for the biggest bicycle ride of the year

Altogether 25 roads in Bangkok will be closed as of noon on Sunday until 8 pm to facilitate the biggest cycling event of the year, the Bike UnAiRak 2018, to…

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Thailand’s new 1,000-baht banknote wins international award

The first issue of 1,000 baht banknotes of the reign of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn has won The Best New Banknote Award at the High Security Printing Asia 2018…

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Leicester City owner helicopter crash due to failure of rotor pedals – probe

LONDON (AFP) – Disconnected cockpit pedals caused the helicopter crash that killed the Thai billionaire owner of Leicester City football club and four others on Oct 28, a British investigation…

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Government dismisses Credit Suisse Wealth Report about Thailand’s wealth gap as unreliable

The government has dismissed Credit Suisse Wealth Report 2018 which put Thailand as the world’s Number One country with the highest wealth gap between the rich and the poor as…

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Four days of cold weather in the North and the Northeast during Dec 7-10

People in the North and the Northeast will be enjoying a feel of cold weather for four days starting today, with temperature dropping 2-4 degrees Celsius as a direct result…

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Thai tourists warned to avoid Paris this Saturday as mass protests loom

The Thai embassy in Paris has warned Thai tourists to avoid visiting the French capital on Saturday as the French government plans to deploy an “exceptional” number of security forces…

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Former movie star given suspended jail term for operating illegal money transfer business

Former teenage heart-throb Ratthapoom Tokongsap, alias Film Ratthapoom, was this morning given a six-month jail term, suspended for two years, by the Criminal Court after he and three other business…

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Bangkok ranks No 2 of world’s top most visited cities 

Bangkok ranks second as the world’s top cities for tourism in Euromonitor International’s Top 100 City Destinations 2018 report which was recently released. Once again, Hong Kong has come out…

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Environment ministry eyes cutback of 3,600 million plastic bags in one year

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has set a target to cut down the use of single-use plastic bags by 3,600 million from 45,000 million within 2019 fiscal year…

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No plastic bags for shoppers on Dec 4 as campaign against single-use plastic bags launched

Marking the Thai Environment Day tomorrow (Dec 4), convenience stores, modern trade stores and shopping malls will refrain from providing single-use plastic bags to shoppers and at the same time…

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French President Emmanuel Macron inspects the damages a day after clashes during a protest of “yellow vests” against rising oil prices and living costs, in Paris, France on Sunday.

Macron tries to deal with worst rioting as “yellow vest” militants set heart of Paris ablaze

PARIS (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron ordered his prime minister on Sunday to hold talks with political leaders and demonstrators, as he sought a way out of nationwide protests…

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Chinese President Xi Jinping meets with his US counterpart Donald Trump in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Saturday.

US, China agree on trade war ceasefire after Trump, Xi summit

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – China and the United States agreed to a ceasefire in their bitter trade war on Saturday after high-stakes talks in Argentina between US President Donald Trump…

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University staff members declare support for anti-graft agency

As university council members are threatening an en masse resignation to protest against the National Anti-Corruption Commission’s requirement for  them to declare their assets and those of their spouses and…

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Macron says nothing justifies violence as rioters run amok in central Paris

PARIS, BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that the wave of violence and vandalism in Paris on Saturday could not be justified as rioters ran…

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Public Health Ministry aims to end AIDS problem by 2030

On the occasion of the World’s AIDS Day on December 1, the Ministry of Public Health has set a target to resolve AIDS problems by reducing the number of new…

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Former US President George H.W. Bush dies aged 94

Former US President George H.W. Bush has died at age 94 in Houston, according to his family spokesperson. US media reported that family spokesman Jim McGrath said Bush passed away…

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PM Prayut  wants December 9 to be car-free day..if possible

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha wants December 9 to be a car-free day, if possible, to coincide with the “Bike UnAiRak” event in which His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn will lead…

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Bird flu scare prompts suspension of import of birds and poultry from Russia

The Livestock Development Department has imposed a 90-day slowdown of import into or transit through Thailand of birds and poultry as well as their carcasses from Russia, Togo and Congo…

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HM Queen Sirikit credited for Unesco’s listing of Khon as cultural heritage

Thai khon drama or the masked dance drama has been listed as intangible heritage of humanity by Unesco on Thursday. On the same occasion, Unesco also listed Cambodia’s khon drama…

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More state university board directors quit to avoid declaring assets

It started with a trickle – at first in the Ministry of Education.  Eventually, the trickle looks likely to transform into a gush that threatens to burst the floodgate and…

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“I did my best,”  Thungyai chief says after being “grilled” for 3 hours by defence lawyers

Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary chief Wichien Chinnawong, a key witness in the much-publicized black panther hunting case,  was “grilled” for more than three hours by the defence lawyers during cross-examination…

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, President of the Football Association, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, with Leicester City Vice chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha during a visit to Leicester City Football Club where they paid their respects to the victims of October’s helicopter crash which killed 5 people, including the clubs chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, at the site of the crash outside King Power Stadium on November 28.

Prince William and Kate pay tribute to Leicester City crash victims

LEICESTER, England (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince William paid a personal tribute to Leicester soccer club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha during a visit on Wednesday with his wife Kate to the team’s…

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Ex-commerce minister sent to Police Hospital for examination

Former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyaphirom has been sent to the Police General Hospital for examination to determine whether he needs a surgery of cervical spine dislocation or not, said Corrections…

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Doi Inthanon records minus zero temperature for first time this year

The country’s highest mountain peak, Doi Inthanon in Chom Thong district of the northern province of Chiang Mai recorded -1 degree Celsius for the first this year on Wednesday morning,…

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Education Ministry to form DSI-style unit to fight graft 

The Education Ministry will set up its own version of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) tasked with investigating corruption allegations against education officials. In his opening address to provincial…

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Black-tip reef sharks sighted near Phi-Phi island beaches 

A school of black-tip reef sharks has been sighted swimming in knee-deep water around the beaches of Phi-Phi islands, off the southern province of Krabi, causing excitement among conservationists, Even…

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Little enthusiasm for application of senatorial posts

There has been lukewarm response to the opening of application for senatorial posts which kicked off on Monday.  Election Commission chairman Itthiporn Boonprakong said Tuesday that he visited the registration…

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Court holds first hearing of black panther illegal hunting case today

About ten months after the shooting of a black panther in the Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary in February allegedly by Italian-Thai Development International Corp boss Premchai Karnasuta and three others,…

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Hua Hin food shop-owers sign MoU not to overcharge customers

Forty-eight food shop-owners in Hua Hin seaside resort town signed a memorandum of understanding today with local authorities promising not to overcharge their customers, especially for seafoods. The 48 food…

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Junta ponders executive decree to resolve marijuana deadlock

The National Council for Peace and Order is mulling invoking Article 44 of the interim Constitution to resolve the problem over marijuana patents, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in his…

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Over half a million informal debt cases settled with the help of military

The military has helped in mediating informal debts owed by over half a million people and has managed to return to the debtors over 5,000 land title deeds involving more…

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Five armed men of a drug caravan shot dead by troops near Myanmar border

Army troops have shot dead five armed men allegedly guarding a drug caravan near the Thai-Myanmar border in Mae Sai district of the northern province of Chiang Rai and seized…

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“Yellow Vest” demonstrators rally against a rise in petrol prices on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées and clash violently with police on Saturday.

French police clash violently with protesters on Champs Elysees over petrol costs

PARIS (Reuters) – Police firing tear gas and water cannons clashed in Paris on Saturday with thousands of protesters angry over rising car fuel costs and President Emmanuel Macron’s economic…

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Two volunteers shot dead at a market place in Pattani

Two defence volunteers were fatally shot at a market place in Kapor district of Pattani province Saturday allegedly by southern militants. The two victims, identified as Supote Phonpala and Asri…

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HM King opens bicycle lane and pedals in a test ride

His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Friday presided over the official opening of the Charoensook Mongkoljit (Happy and Healthy) bicycle lane at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Samut Prakan province….

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NLA unanimously passes pot bill in first reading

The National Legislative Assembly on Friday unanimously passed in the first reading an amendment to the Narcotics Act which seeks to legalize the import and export and possession of marijuana…

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Child adoption,end of marriage between same-sex couples are highlights of bill

The right of same-sex couples to adopt foster children and their right to end their “marriage” in case either of them cannot have sexual relationship or has serious communicable diseases…

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Thungyai sanctuary chief honored by UNEP for courage in high-profile hunting case

Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary chief Wichien Chinnawong has been honored with special commendation by the United Nations Environment Programme for his courage in arresting a group of wildlife hunters in…

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Pedestrians look at a screen showing a news programme featuring Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn in Tokyo on Thursday.

Nissan Motor board fires Ghosn as chairman following arrest

TOKYO (AP) — Nissan Motor Co fired Carlos Ghosn as chairman Thursday, curtailing the powerful executive’s nearly two decade long reign at the Japanese automaker after his arrest for alleged…

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SRT to seek approval for three extensions of Red Line

The State Railways of Thailand (SRT) will propose to the Transport Ministry for extensions of the three routes of the suburban Red Line train estimated to cost a total of…

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PM expresses well wishes to the people on Loy Krathong festival

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today offered his well wishes on the occasion of Loy Krathong festival to  Thai people and expressed hope that the country will be free from misfortunes…

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HM King-designed T-shirts to be distributed to “Bike UnAiRak” cyclists

Members of the public who have signed up to join the “Bike UnAiRak” bicycle ride on December 9 will each receive a yellow T-shirt designed by His Majesty King Maha…

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NLA to debate on marijuana bill on Friday

The National Legislative Assembly is due to debate Friday on the amendments to the Narcotics Act to pave the way for the use of marijuana extracts for medical purpose, said…

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Medical Council to probe ethical conduct of Rama II Hospital over poor treatment of patient  

The Medical Council is to set up a panel to consider action against the management of Rama II Hospital for alleged violation of ethical conduct for its mishandling of a…

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Handouts for 14.5 million poor for electricity, water and travel expenses

The Cabinet on Tuesday gave nod to a 38.7 billion baht populist package to help 14.5 million poor people who hold welfare cards during the period from December to next…

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Hua Hin food sellers to sign MoU not to overcharge customers  

Food-shop owners and street food sellers in Hua Hin seaside resort town will sign a memorandum of understanding with the Hua Hin municipal administration which requires them to strictly abide…

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Permissions sought for over 64,000 flying lanterns to be released on Loy Krathong night in Chiang Mai

Permissions have been sought with local authorities for the release of over 64,000 flying lanterns on the night of Loy Krathong on Thursday in the northern province of Chiang Mai…

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Nissan to oust Ghosn after arrest for alleged financial misconduct

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co Chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested on Monday for alleged financial misconduct and will be fired from the board this week, a dramatic fall…

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Pensioners to receive 1,000 baht monthly allowance under new assistance package

The Office of Fiscal Policy has proposed to the Finance Ministry an assistance package to help 3.5 million of pensioners who hold welfare cards which includes an increase of monthly…

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Applications for patents for pot extracts to be cancelled: commerce minister

The controversy over foreign firms applying for patents for marijuana extracts is expected to come to an abrupt end with the Commerce Ministry planning to invoke Section 30 of the…

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Huge whale shark spotted near Phi-Phi Don islands off Krabi province

A huge female whale shark was sighted on Saturday near Phi-Phi Don islands inside the Nopparat Thara-Phi-Phi marine park in the southern province of Krabi. Worapote Lomlim, chief of Nopparat…

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Salvaged Phoenix tourist ship impounded and cordoned off for investigation

The government has ordered the Phoenix tourist ship, which was salvaged off Phuket on Saturday, to be impounded for investigation after it was towed to a dockyard on the tourist…

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3.1 million more poor people to receive welfare cards

An additional 3.1 million poor people who have passed the qualification screenings will be eligible to receive welfare cards under Thai Niyom Yangyuen scheme, one of Prayut government’s populist projects,…

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CIA believes Saudi crown prince ordered Khashoggi’s killing

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The CIA believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday, complicating…

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U.N.-backed court rules Khmer Rouge leaders committed genocide

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – A U.N.-backed court found two leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge guilty of genocide on Friday, almost four decades after the ultra-Maoist regime which oversaw the “Killing…

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Commerce minister admits difficult to scrap applications for marijuana patents 

Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong has admitted that it is difficult to cancel all the applications for patent registration for  marijuana extracts because many of the applications have been submitted to…

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Rama II hospital temporarily closed for turning car park into out-patient building

The Rama II hospital which was accused of refusing to accept for treatment a woman attacked with acid last Friday night has been ordered closed temporarily for turning a car…

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Plain cigarette packaging to be introduced to discourage smoking

Cigarette packaging in the near future will be plain and much less attractive under a new regulation approved by the National Tobacco Products Control Committee. Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsattayathorn…

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Leicester City helicopter crash investigation focusing on tail rotor

LONDON (Reuters) – British air accident investigators looking into the cause of the helicopter crash that killed Leicester City soccer club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha said on Wednesday they are focusing…

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Norwegian found dead hanging outside condominium in Pattaya

A 69-year-old Norwegian was found dead today with his body hanging from a rope from the 31st floor of a condominium in Pattaya in what police believe to be an…

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Cabinet OKs tourism package to lure more foreign tourists

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a tourism promotion package aimed at attracting more foreign tourists to Thailand to meet the government’s ambitious goal  of earning two trillion baht in tourism…

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Thai  boxing supporters to protest against child boxing bill as 13-yr-old boxer dies after being knocked out

Supporters of Thai boxing have threatened to stage a protest in front of the Parliament against a child boxing bill which essentially seeks to ban children under 12 from boxing….

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Cabinet endorses bill to legalize marijuana for medical purposes

In a landmark decision, the Cabinet on Tuesday approved a new narcotic bill which will make it legally possible for the import and export of marijuana as well as possession…

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No cold weather for Bangkokians this cold season 

Bangkokians hoping to have a chance to put on their sweaters during what is supposed to be the cold season will be disappointed because the mercury will not drop any…

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Wissanu sees no justification for election to be postponed…at least for now

Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said this morning that at least for now  he sees no justification for the election scheduled for February 24 to be postponed despite the fact…

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Park department agrees to scrap concrete road plan to Panern Thung  

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plants Conservation has bowed to pressure from green groups by agreeing to scrap a plan to pave the 21.9 kilometre route leading to…

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Hospital in hot waters for allegedly refusing to accept acid-attacked woman who later dies

Self-appointed defender of crime victims Atchariya Rungrattanapong on Monday escorted the family of a Bangkok woman who was attacked with acid and later denied treatment at a private hospital before…

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The two pieces of “Berlin Wall” art after being unveiled in the compound of the German Embassy on Sathorn Road Monday afternoon. The unveiling ceremony was presided over by German Ambassador-designate Georg Schmidt (5th from left) and attended by Deputy Foreign Minister Virasakdi Futrakul (7th from left) and both foreign dignitaries and Thai guests as well as the three painters from Thailand, France and Germany. – Photo from German Embassy

Pieces of history and art from Berlin to Bangkok

Two original segments of the Berlin Wall, which have been turned into pieces of art,  were unveiled in the compound of the German Embassy on Sathorn Road this afternoon. German…

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Anti-graft group supports move requiring university council members to declare assets

The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT), a non-governmental agency that campaigns against graft, is fully supportive of the ruling of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) that requires the chairs and…

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Nida poll shows 77 percent of people say they don’t understand electoral system

More than 95 percent of respondents in an opinion poll said they intended to go to the polls while over 77 percent admitted they didn’t know that they will have…

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Court issues arrest warrant for organizer of controversial marathon event 

The Chon Buri provincial court on Friday night issued a warrant for the arrest of the organizer of the controversial Charity Chon Buri marathon for alleged public fraud charge after…

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Floods hit Prachuab Khiri Khan, forcing patients to be moved out of hospital

As heavy downpours caused flooding in several areas in the tourist town of Prachuab Khiri Khan, personnel at Bang Saphan district hospital in the province on Thursday night decided to…

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Measles continue to spread in Pattani

Health officials in the three southernmost provinces are still unable to contain the spread of measles especially in Pattani province where an average of 10-15 new cases are being reported…

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Excise tax on food with high content of fat and salt being pondered

The Excise Department is pondering imposing tax on processed food with high content of fat and/or salt or sodium as part of the attempts to protect the health of consumers. Describing…

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Friends hug outside the Los Robles Medical Center in Thousands Oaks, California on November 8, 2018, as they pay tribute to Ventura Country sheriff Sgt. Ron Helus who was killed in a shooting at Borderline Bar the night before.

12 killed in shooting spree in California bar

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (Reuters) – A gunman opened fire in a crowded Southern California bar popular with college students, killing 12 people, including a sheriff’s deputy, police said on Thursday….

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Two bills in pipeline to address forest encroachments

The Ministry of Natural Resources and The Environment are drafting two bills which seek to empower the director-general of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation and the National Park Committee…

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GPO is ready to start producing marijuana oil tentatively next May

The Government Pharmaceutical Organization is set to start producing marijuana oil from seized marijuana in May next year, initially with a production target of 60,000 bottles per month at its…

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South Florida voters cast their ballots at a polling center in Miami, Florida on November 6.

First polls close as voters decide control of US Congress

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The first polls began to close in parts of Indiana and Kentucky on Tuesday as Americans cast votes at the end of a divisive campaign to decide…

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Visa on arrival fee waiver for tourists from 21 countries for 60 days

The Cabinet on Tuesday agreed to waive the fee for visa on arrival for tourists from 21 countries for a 60-day period until the end of January.   Tourists from…

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Hospital demands proceeds from controversial charity Chon Buri marathon organizer

The controversial charity Chon Buri marathon run has been over with a sour note among many runners for almost a month. But its fallout still lingers on. This time, it…

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Officers inspect the turbine engine of the Lion Air JT 610 aircraft at Basarnas Post in Tanjung Priok Port Jakarta, Indonesia on November 4. The debris of the Lion Air JT 610 found in Tanjung Karawang Sea will then be examined by The National Transportation Safety Commission.

Indonesia extends search for jet crash victims, second black box

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesian authorities on Sunday extended by three days the search for victims and a black box from the wreckage of a Lion Air passenger jet that crashed…

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PM due to officiate opening of Ratchayothin road tunnel

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is scheduled to officiate the opening of the road tunnel at the busy Ratchayothin intersection this morning (Monday). The tunnel will be open to traffic at…

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Park department agrees to suspend road upgrade project after protest by green groups

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has yielded to pressure from environment groups by deciding to put on hold a project to upgrade a road leading to…

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Park chief defends maintenance of road to Khao Panern Thung as necessary for safety and convenience

Despite protests by 15 green groups, the chief of the Department of Natiponal Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has fiercely defended the planned major maintenance of a road to the…

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Leicester City fans holds up a commemorative banner for Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after the Premier League match between Cardiff City and Leicester City at Cardiff City Stadium on November 3 in Cardiff, United Kingdom.

Leicester City players fly to Vichai’s funeral in Bangkok

Leicester City fans and players paid emotional tributes to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash last week, ahead of Saturday’s Premier League match against Cardiff City. Meanwhile, Leicester…

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Poll shows most Bangkokians happy with Governor Aswin’s performance

The majority of Bangkokians are satisfied with the performance of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration under Governor Aswin Kwanmuang and wants him to stay on to resolve other chronic problems, namely traffic…

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First frost of the year revisits Doi Inthanon mountain peak

The first frost of this year was reported this morning at 6 am on top of Doi Inthanon – Thailand’s highest and one of the most famous peaks in Chiang…

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Green groups to petition PM to suspend road construction at Khao Panern Thung

Fifteen wildlife conservation organizations will march to the Government House next Monday to petition Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to put on hold the Kaeng Krachan national park’s plan to asphalt…

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Khao Panern Thung mountain attraction closed to visitors for 560 days for road repairs

Starting today, tourists will not be able to travel to Khoa Panern Thung, a popular mountain-top tourist attraction to watch a “sea of mist” blanketing surrounding mountains, for more than…

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Land Dept asked to scrap land deeds for mountain water park since 2009: DSI

The Department of Special Investigation revealed today it had formally requested the Department of Lands to revoke the title deeds for the 1,800 rai of forest land, currently the location…

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