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Sudarat insists winner should form govt

Pheu Thai party chief election strategist Sudarat Keyuraphan announced shortly after the close of the voting that the party stands by its principle that the party which won the most…

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Doctor reports empty wards as patients go to the polls

An unprecedented event took place at a small hospital in Thailand’s northeastern province of Udon Thani today when several in-patients asked to have their saline drips temporarily removed so they…

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Two “swing parties” highly “uneased” by Hong Kong photos

The “Hong Kong incident”, which went viral on the social media this weekend, has made it “even more difficult” for two major “swing parties” _ Bhumjaithai and Chartthaipattana _ to…

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187 heroes in Tham Luang cave rescue honoured by HM the King

A total of 187 Thai and foreign heroes, who were actively involved in the rescue of the 13 Wild Boar footballers and their coach from Tham Luang cave in Mae…

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5 police charged in murder of Saudi businessman acquitted

Thailand’s Supreme Court today acquitted five police officers, including a police general, charged with the abduction and murder of a Saudi businessman who was reportedly on an assignment to investigate…

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Leicester City team in town to pay last respects to their boss  

Leicester City soccer players and staff arrived in Thailand on Wednesday to pay their final respects to their boss, Mr. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, founder and former chairman of King Power International…

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Thungyai wildlife chief wants heavier penalty for Premchai 

Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary chief Wichien Chinnawong said today that, while he respects the verdict of the Thong Pha Phume provincial court on Italian-Thai Development boss Premchai Karnasuta, he believes the billionaire deserves a heavier penalty.   Speaking at…

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Forensic expert questions Premchai acquittal of panther carcass possession

The chief of the Wildlife Forensic Science Unit, at the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, has raised questions about Tuesday’s dismissal by the Thong Pha Phume provincial…

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Brexit and its impact on Thailand

As British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to push through her Brexit deal, Thailand should brace itself for its consequence. As of press time, embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May…

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Court to rule on Premchai poaching case tomorrow

The Thong Phaphume provincial court in Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi is scheduled to deliver its long-awaited verdict in the illegal hunting case in which a billionaire Thai construction tycoon…

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Hero refugee chased gunman away from New Zealand mosque

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND (AFP) — When Afghan refugee Abdul Aziz saw a man brandishing a gun outside his mosque in Christchurch, he ran towards the attacker armed with the only…

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City Hall reports over 87 percent early voter turnout in Bangkok

More than 800,000, or 87.22% of the 900,000 registered early voters in Bangkok went to the polls yesterday, according to City Clerk Mrs. Silpasuey Raveesangsoon. Bang Kapi district saw the…

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Residents get emotional as they pay their respects by placing flowers for the victims of the mosques attacks in Christchurch on Friday.

New Zealand mosque shooter broadcast slaughter on Facebook

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) — A white supremacist suspected in shootings at two mosques that killed 49 people during midday Friday prayers posted an anti-immigrant manifesto online and apparently used…

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Dozens killed as gunman livestreams New Zealand mosque shootings

WELLINGTON/CHRISTCHURCH (Reuters) – A gunman shot dead 49 people and wounded more than 40 at two New Zealand mosques, some as they were kneeling at prayer, livestreaming online some of…

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PM orders review of duty free concession bidding process

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered a review of the bidding process for the concession to operate duty free shops at Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Hat Yai airports to ensure transparency and optimum benefit…

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PM orders review of duty free concession bidding process

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered a review of the bidding process for the concession to operate duty free shops at Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Hat Yai airports to ensure transparency and optimum benefit…

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3 wounded in explosion at Narathiwat border defence unit

Three security officials were injured late Thursday night when armed militants attacked a border defence unit’s base near the Kolok River in the Tak Bai district of Thailand’s southern province of Narathiwat. Several houses and cars nearby were damaged by the powerful device. Initial reports indicate that a group of about 6 militants…

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Why voting “no” has become an issue

The on-going probe by the Election Commission into a campaign by some of the politicians belonging to the disbanded Thai Raksa Chart Party for voters to “vote no” in the…

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PM orders review of duty free concession bidding process

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered a review of the bidding process for the concession to operate duty free shops at Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Hat Yai airports to ensure transparency and optimum benefit…

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Somkid and Democrat deputy leader Korn in war of words

A war of words has broken out between Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak and Democrat party deputy leader Korn Chatikavanich over Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva’s recent plea to voters to reject General Prayut Chan-o-cha’s as post-election prime…

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Thailand grounds Boeing 737 MAX jets

Thailand has joined several other countries in grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX jets because of safety concerns after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 people, the second disaster involving…

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Vietnam asks Malaysia to release woman accused of Kim Jong Nam’s poisoning

Vietnam called on Malaysia on Tuesday to free a Vietnamese woman accused in the 2017 murder of the North Korean leader’s half-brother, a day after a Malaysian court dropped a…

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Thai PBS special programmes on election

Thailand will go to the polls on March 24.  Follow reports on election returns and in-depth analyses in English on one of Thailand’s most important general elections on Thai PBS World…

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Thailand grounds Boeing 737 MAX jets

Thailand has joined several other countries in grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX jets because of safety concerns after an Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 people, the second disaster involving…

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Analysis: As March 24 draws near, Abhisit’s dilemma deepens

Over the past few days, Abhisit Vejjajiva was provoked by two key figures on both sides of the national divide. Suthep Thaugsuban of the Action Coalition for Thailand Party asked…

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Suthep asks whether Abhisit is siding with Thaksin

Ruam Palang Prachachart Thai party founder Suthep Thuagsuban has hit out at Democrat party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva by asking whether the latter, to fulfil his ambition to be the next prime minister, has taken sides with fugitive…

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Pro-Thanathorn website pulls support for Future Forward party

Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has been dealt another blow after a website has withdrawn its support, claiming that the firebrand politician had stooped to gutter politics by promising to bring fugitive former prime…

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Thai Raksa Chart party members can campaign for other parties

Members, as well as former executive committee members of the disbanded Thai Raksa Chart, may help campaign for other parties and candidates, Election Commission secretary-general Jarungvidh Phumma said today. However,…

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Hollywood production house wins rights for Wild Boar rescue film

Hollywood’s SK Global Entertainment has won the rights to produce a movie series about the world’s famous Tham Luang cave rescue of the Wild Boar footballers and their coach.  Thailand’s Creative Media Committee…

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Thai Raksa Chart awaits Constitutional Court’s verdict on its fate

All eyes are today focused on the Constitutional Court, which is due to deliver its verdict on the fate of the Thai Raksa Chart party at about 3pm. Thai Raksa…

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Thailand ranks world’s 23rd most polluted country

Thailand has been ranked the world’s 23rd most polluted country and Bangkok ranks 24th in the list of cities with critical air quality globally, according to the 2018 World Air…

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Thanathorn hits his accusers with defamation lawsuits

Future Forward party’s outspoken leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has hit back at his accusers with criminal defamation lawsuits over their allegations that he wants to overthrow the Monarchy. Acting on behalf of Mr. Thanathorn, party spokesperson Ms.Pannika Wanich went,…

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Thailand to ban import of plastic waste next year

Thailand’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will propose to the cabinet a total ban on the import of plastic waste into Thailand beginning next year. Natural Resources and Environment…

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Seri Ruam Thai leader faces defamation charges from army chief

Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong has ordered legal action to be taken against Seri Ram Thai party leader Pol Gen Seripisut Temiyavej for allegedly insulting an army officer and his…

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Officials warned to exercise caution in welcoming PM on campaign trail

Provincial officials have been warned to exercise greater caution when welcoming Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha during his campaign trail to prevent provoking any legal complications for the premier, said Interior Minister Anupong…

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Administrative court rejects compensation for lack of disabled access to BTS

The Central Administrative Court on Monday dismissed a 148 million baht lawsuit filed against the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) by a group of 430 disabled people over its failure to…

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Future Forward deputy leader admits sharing fake news about Gen Prawit

Future Forward party deputy leader Lt-Gen Pongsakorn Rodchompoo has admitted to Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) police that he shared a fake news story about Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan…

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PM still undecided about campaign debut in Nakhon Ratchasima

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha remains undecided whether to attend his first campaign rally for the pro-junta Palang Pracharat party, due to be held in Thailand’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima…

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21 PAD protesters acquitted for 2008 parliament siege

Twenty-one anti-Thaksin protesters, accused of laying siege to Thailand’s parliament in October 2008, were acquitted today after the Criminal Court ruled that their protest was peaceful and only turned violent…

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Thai people’s ideal prime ministers – Super Poll

Thai people have different ideal prime ministers in mind and, as well as their idols, they have other favourite political options for the next prime minister of Thailand, said Mr. Noppadol Kannikar, director of Super Poll. Super Poll surveyed 2,330 people…

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Economics professor accuses parties of wooing voters with dream populist policies

  All political parties contesting the March-24 election are engaged in selling “dream” populist policies to woo voters without clarifying how they will fund these policies, said Mr.Narong Petprasert, a lecturer in political economics at Chulalongkorn University.   All populist policies, be…

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MCOT told to review axing of election program host

The Thai Broadcast Journalists Association (TBJA) today called on the management of the state-owned Mass Communications Organization of Thailand (MCOT) to review its order removing the host of an election program for…

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Appeals Court upholds 2-year prison term on ex-Pheu Thai leader Yongyuth

The Appeals Court today upheld the two-year prison sentence imposed on former Pheu Thai party leader Yongyuth Vichaidit for malfeasance in office in connection with the Alpine golf course in…

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Journalists work at a media centre as the press conference by US President Donald Trump is telecast following the second US-North Korea summit on February 28, 2019 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Trump, Kim summit collapses amid failure to reach deal

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — The nuclear summit between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un collapsed today after the two sides failed to reach a deal due to…

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North Korea’s Kim says ready to denuclearize, discussing concrete steps

HANOI (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said today he was willing to give up his nuclear weapons and he would not be holding a second summit with…

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Chaos at Suvarnabhumi as flights cancelled due to escalating India and Pakistan conflict

About 5,000 Thai and foreign tourists were stranded at Suvarnabhumi International Airport on Wednesday night after flights bound for Europe were abruptly cancelled, or turned back shortly after departure, due…

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Thaksin shadow getting more intense in election homestretch

Ruam Palang Prachachart Thai founder Suthep Thaugsuban has only confirmed the inevitability of the Thai election. His demand that Thai voters make a choice between keeping Thaksin Shinawatra away from…

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March-24 election a choice between “Thailand and Thaksin” – Suthep Thuagsuban

The March-24 general election is not a vote between democracy and military dictatorship, but a vote between Thailand and fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra,  according to Suthep Thuagsuban, founder of…

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Smog in 9 northern provinces to increase March-April

Smog problem in nine of Thailand’s Northern provinces is likely to get worse during March and April due to forest fires, despite a complete ban on the open burning of…

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March-24 election a choice between “Thailand and Thaksin” – Suthep Thuagsuban

The March-24 general election is not a vote between democracy and military dictatorship, but a vote between Thailand and fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra,  according to Suthep Thuagsuban, founder of…

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Gen Prayut says no to election debate

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha said today he will not take part in any political debate leading up to the election as it would be a waste of his working…

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Kim Jong Un arrives in Hanoi for nuclear summit with Trump

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s armored limousine, surrounded by his phalanx of burly bodyguards, rolled into Vietnam’s capital Tuesday ahead of a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump that’s…

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Controversial Rice Bill shelved indefinitely

Thailand’s National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has backed away from its attempt to pass the controversial Rice Bill amidst stiff opposition from farmer’s groups who claim that the new law would deprive them of the right to keep their own rice seeds for further cultivation….

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Palang Pracharat launches PM Prayut’s biography

The Palang Pracharat party on Monday published a new pocket-sized biography of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s. Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak said the book will help people understand the true…

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Smog in 9 northern provinces to increase March-April

Smog problem in nine of Thailand’s Northern provinces is likely to get worse during March and April due to forest fires, despite a complete ban on the open burning of…

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Palang Pracharat to hit back at its political rivals

Apparently responding to continuous attacks from political rivals, pro-junta Palang Pracharat party secretary-general Sontirat Sontijirawong has vowed to fight back. During a campaign speech on Sunday in Samut Prakan, the…

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This picture released from North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on February 24 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un departing Pyongyang Station for the second North Korea-US summit meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam.

North Korea’s Kim leaves by train for summit with Trump in Hanoi

SEOUL/HANOI (Reuters) – North Korea on Sunday confirmed for the first time that its leader, Kim Jong Un, will hold a second summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, days ahead…

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Wang Nua district of Lampang province declared disaster zone

Wang Nua district of Thailand’s Northern province of Lampang, which suffered over 30 aftershocks following a 4.9 magnitude quake related to the Phayao fault line on February 20th, has been…

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FDA warns new drug law does not legalize unlicensed marijuana cultivation

Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has clarified that the new narcotics law does not legalize the unrestricted planting of marijuana in an apparent response to Bhumjai Thai party’s manifesto…

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US and China extend trade talks; Xi-Trump meeting may follow

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. and Chinese negotiators agreed Friday to extend high-level trade talks through the weekend, and President Donald Trump said he hoped to meet next month at his…

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Lampang to continue to face minor aftershocks for about a month

The northern province of Lampang will continue to be shaken by minor aftershocks for about a month after a 4.9 magnitude tremor with its epic-centre in Wang Nua district struck…

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Thailand’s dry season officially starts today

Thursday marked the official beginning of Thailand’s 3-month-long summer with temperatures in all parts of the country expected to average 1-2 degrees Celsius higher than the last year and 10-30 percent less than normal rainfall….

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Defence spokesman defends military budget

The Thai military has defended its spending of about 1 trillion baht, or 7% of the fiscal budget, over the past five years and claimed it had not increased substantially….

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Major quake feared in Lampang following minor tremors

The Earthquake Watch Division of Thailand’s Meteorological Department is closely monitoring a series of tremors in Wang Nua district of the northern province of Lampang today fearing a major earthquake…

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Two Italian tourists hurt when thrown from elephant

Two Italian tourists have been injured, one of them seriously, when they were thrown off an elephant at the Bang Kaeo Adventure elephant camp in Thailand’s southern province of Phang-nga on Tuesday.   Muang district police, went to the park in Tambon…

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Musical face-off in front of army headquarters

A battle of political songs – between pro-democracy activists on one side and the police on the other – took place in front of army headquarters this morning in what…

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FAA lists 26 flaws in Thailand’s aviation standards that need rectification

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has identified 26 flaws in Thailand’s aviation standards during its recent inspection and has recommended that they be rectified if Thailand is to regain…

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National assembly to debate controversial rice bill despite protests

Despite protests by some farmer groups and the Democrat party, the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) is determined to go ahead with its planned deliberation of the controversial rice bill in…

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Law to legalize marijuana for medical purposes takes effect

Marijuana, or “kanja” as it is known in Thailand, can now be grown legally and used in medical and scientific applicationswith the consent of the authorities concerned. The Narcotics Act B.E. 2562, which seeks to amend specific provisions of the Narcotics Act of 1979…

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UK lawmakers brand Facebook “‘digital gangsters”

LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers issued a scathing report Monday that calls for tougher rules to keep Facebook and other tech firms from acting like “digital gangsters” and intentionally violating…

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Army chief tells media to listen to “Nak Paendin” ultra-nationalist song

Thailand’s Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong responded to a reporter’s question this morning about his view of the current political situation by suggesting the media listen to the old ultra-nationalist…

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Anti-graft body calls for scrutiny of two major projects at Suvarnabhumi airport

The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT) has expressed concern over alleged lack of transparency in two major projects at Suvarnabhumi International Airport. In a statement, issued on Sunday, the private…

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Thai motorcycle taxi drivers block Thai-Malaysian border to protest tighter immigration checks

About 50 Thai motorcycle taxi drivers blocked the Thai-Malaysian border checkpoint Sunday morning to protest what they allege are stricter immigration checks by Malaysian immigration officials. The taxi drivers have…

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6 billion baht request to Cabinet for sugarcane harvesters to reduce smog

Thailand’s Finance Ministry will seek cabinet approval for 6 billion baht, to be distributed by the state-run Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC), for farmer cooperatives and community enterprises…

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PM tours Chatuchak weekend market

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha toured Bangkok’s famous Chatuchak weekend market today (Saturday) and chatted with both vendors and shoppers. Accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, Interior Minister Anupong…

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Smog eases in and around Bangkok

The atmosphere in Bangkok and its suburbs has been declared safe today, with PM2.5 dust particles falling below 50 microns according to the Pollution Control Department. The department said that…

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Missing Chiang Rai woman found safe in Chinese city after 8 months

A 59-year-old Thai woman, reportedly suffering from Alzheimer, who went missing from Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai eight months ago has been found in Kunming, in China’s Yunnan province,…

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Constitutional Court accepts EC’s ruling to dissolve Thai Raksa Chart for consideration

The Constitutional Court has voted unanimously to accept for consideration the Election Commission’s ruling that the pro-Thaksin Thai Raksa Chart party be disbanded over its nomination of Princess Ubolratana as…

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High pressure increases PM2.5 dust particles in and around Bangkok today and tomorrow

After a brief respite, air quality in Bangkok and surrounding provinces deteriorated today, with PM2.5 dust particulate rising. The arrival of a moderate high pressure front from China and stale…

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Voice TV to seek court reprieve after 15-day closure order

Thailand’s broadcast regulator, the NBTC, has ordered Voice TV, a broadcaster known for its critical coverage of the military,  off the air for 15 days as of 1am on February…

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‘I love Australia’ says refugee Bahraini footballer as he arrives in Melbourne

Australian footballer and refugee Hakeem al-Araibi arrived in Melbourne this morning after being freed from a Thai prison where he had been held for over two months pending an extradition…

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Heavy sentences handed down to 4 militants for violence in southern province of Songkhla

One southern militant was condemned to death and three others given life imprisonment by the Na Thawee provincial court in the southern province of Songkhla on Monday after they were…

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Bahraini footballer Hakeem freed after Bahrain withdraws extradition request

Jailed Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Araibi was freed from detention this evening and was expected to fly out of Bangkok to Australia after the Criminal Court endorsed the public prosecutor’s request…

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Today’s improvement in air quality in and around Bangkok will continue through tomorrow

The air quality in and around Bangkok over the past 24 hours has remained well within standards, with the level of PM2.5 dust particles in all areas being measured at…

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Speed boat carrying Chinese tourists crashes into oil tanker off Phuket, 1  seriously injured

A number of Chinese tourists were injured, one seriously, when a speed boat in which they were travelling struck an oil tanker in the seas off Phuket province this afternoon…

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“She has compassion for the people” says Thai Raksa Chart of Princess Ubolratana

Thai Raksa Chart Party, which is known to have support of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, dropped a political bombshell today when it formally nominated Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana,…

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Weatherman predicts worsening smog problem next week

Smog conditions in and around Bangkok are expected to get worse between February 13th and 15th, with an increase in the level of accumulated PM2.5 dust particles in the atmosphere…

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Thailand urged to probe suspected abduction of Vietnamese journalist in Bangkok

Amnesty International Thailand has urged Thai authorities to investigate the suspected abduction in Bangkok of a Vietnamese journalist, a Radio Free Asia contributor. On Wednesday, Amnesty’s senior director for Global…

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23 Chinese tourists safely rescued after speed boat hits submerged reef and sinks off Koh Samet

Twenty-one Chinese tourists escaped unhurt but two suffered inhaling sea water after a speed boat in which they were travelling hit a submerged reef and sank in the sea near…

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Princess Chulabhorn has spinal inflammation and cataracts

Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn has been diagnosed with a spinal inflammation and blurred vision caused by cataracts, the Bureau of the Royal Household announced today. Doctors at Ramathibodi hospital,…

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One killed and four injured in chemical explosion in Suvarnabhumi airport’s car park

One person was killed and four others injured in a chemical explosion in a car park at Bangkok’s Suvarnbhumi International Airport today. The identities of the dead and injured were…

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Australian PM writes to Prayut expressing “very strong feelings” against shackling of jailed Bahraini footballer

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has written to his Thai counterpart, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, expressing his disturbance, and that of many Australians, at the sight of jailed Bahrani footballer Hakeem…

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Smog problem eases today and situation to improve further tomorrow

Air quality in and around Bangkok has improved during the past 24 hours with the level of PM2.5 dust in all areas well within the 50-micron standard, the Pollution Control…

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Khunying Sudarat vows to lead Pheu Thai party to election victory

Pheu Thai party’s election strategy chief Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan vowed on Tuesday to lead the party to election victory to replace the “military government” with a “government which is specialized…

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Bangkok governor warns misplaced campaign posters will be removed

Election candidates are warned to install their campaign posters at locations designated by the Election Commission, otherwise they may be removed and the candidates may face investigation by election officials….

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Thailand proposes third country option for jailed Bahraini footballer

Australia and Bahrain should hold talks to resolve the case of jailed Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Arabi by having him sent to a third country instead of extraditing him to Bahrain…

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Thailand proposes third country option for jailed Bahraini footballer

Australia and Bahrain should hold talks to resolve the case of jailed Bahraini footballer Hakeem al-Arabi by having him sent to a third country instead of extraditing him to Bahrain…

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NEB to meet to discuss smog problem today as air quality improves

Thailand’s National Environment Board (NEB) is scheduled to hold a meeting today (Monday) to map out measures to cope with the smog problem in and around Bangkok as the Pollution…

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Democrats unveil ten policies to make Bangkok livable, clean, safe

Democrat party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva today presented ten policies to upgrade the livelihood of the people in Bangkok by making the city “livable, beautiful, clean, safe and with opportunities”. He…

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Most undecided yet which parties to vote for

Poll finds most people undecided about which parties to vote for About 76 percent of respondents in the latest opinion poll admitted that they have not yet decided which parties…

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