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Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the Myanmar armed forces, is among senior Myanmar government officials banned by Facebook.

Facebook bans Myanmar army chief, others in unprecedented move

YANGON (Reuters) – Facebook said on Monday it was removing several Myanmar military officials, including military commander-in-chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, from the social media website and an Instagram…

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Nurul Izzah, daughter of former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim opposes appointment of Malaysia’ new facilitator for peace talks in southern Thailand.

Appointment of Malaysia’s new South peace talks facilitator opposed

The appointment of a former senior police officer as Malaysia’s new facilitator for peace talks in southern Thailand has been strongly opposed by Nurul Izzah Anwar, a prominent politician and…

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Proposal to ease political restrictions is now with NCPO

A proposal to ease political restrictions in six activities is now in the hand of Army Commander-in-Chief General Chalermchai Sitthisart who is concurrently the secretary-general of the National Council for…

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AOT accepts Ja Sam’s widow as an airport inspector

The Airports of Thailand has accepted Mrs Waleeporn Kunan, widow of the late former SEAL member Lt-Cmdr Samarn Kunan, as an inspector attached to Suvarnabhumi international airport, in recognition of …

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Senior police officer dispatched to Koh Tao to probe British backpacker’s rape allegation

A senior police officer has been ordered to Koh Tao island in the southern province of Surat Thani to investigate charges by a British backpacker that local police refused to…

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Many Rohingya survivors and victims were traumatised by the killings and rapes inflicted on the Muslim minority last year as 700,000 fled across the border.

Myanmar military leaders should face ‘genocide’ charges – UN report

The call, accompanying the first report by UN investigators, amounts to some of the strongest language yet from UN officials who have denounced alleged human rights violations in Myanmar since…

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Uttama, Sontirat deny they are quitting to jump into politics

Industry Minister Uttama Savanayana and Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong,  who have been linked to a new political party being formed to support Prime Minister Gen Prayuth Chan-o-cha’s return to power,…

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“Under Najib, everyone under him became a thief “:  Dr Mahathir

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia said there was so much rot in the previous Najib government that everyone under him “became a thief”, The New Straits Times Malaysia reported…

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Nakhon Phanom hit by floods

Four districts of the northeastern border province of Nakhon Phanom have been hit with floods from overflows from inland streams while water in the Mekong river continues to rise. Water…

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PM chairs ceremony for construction of 2 monorail routes

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha this morning presided over a ceremony to launch the construction of Thailand’s first two monorail electric train routes which are scheduled to be open for services…

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Senator John McCain, ex-POW and political maverick, dead at 81

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war in Vietnam who ran unsuccessfully for president as a self-styled maverick Republican in 2008 and became a prominent…

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“Communication misunderstanding” cited for ABC News interview with Wild Boars

“Communication misunderstanding” was blamed as the reason why US-based ABC News television was the first news outlet to  interview the 13 Wild Boars boys and their football coach  following their…

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16 Thais arrested in raid on call centre gang in Vietnam

Sixteen Thai and two Taiwanese nationals have been arrested in a raid on a condominium in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, by Thai and Vietnamese police where a so-called “call…

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Opponents against judges’ housing project to demonstrate Sunday

Chiang Mai residents who are against judges’ housing project at Doi Suthep foothill plan to demonstrate at the Tha Pae town’s gate in the northern city on Sunday as a…

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3 army privates charged with assault for beating up colleague

Three army privates were this morning escorted by their superior to Lop Buri Muang district police station to acknowledge the charge of assault against one of their colleagues who is…

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King concerned about flooding situation, says PM

His Majesty the King is concerned about the flooding situation and has asked authorities concerned to take the best care of the people, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-0-cha said on Saturday….

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Sangkhla Buri people prepared for flood evacuation

About 70 families living around the reservoir of the Vajiralongkorn dam in Sangkhla Buri district of Kanchanaburi province are preparing to evacuate as the water level in the dam went…

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Trump scraps Pompeo trip to North Korea, citing stalled nuclear diplomacy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump on Friday abruptly cancelled his top diplomat’s planned trip to North Korea, publicly acknowledging for the first time that his effort to get…

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Dams need water drainage plans ahead of another storm

The Royal Irrigation Department and other agencies responsible for dams and reservoirs have been instructed to come up with water drainage plans in anticipation of the arrival of another storm…

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PM threatens to take legal action against some media

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha on Friday vented frustration at the media and threatened to take legal action against some of them for what he described as their unfair coverage….

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PM to invoke Article 44 to ease political restrictions

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will invoke his executive power under Article of the interim Constitution to ease political restrictions in order to allow political parties to partially carry out political…

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Free bus service to avoid mass transit construction routes

Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) will provide free bus service starting  September 1 for city  commuters to encourage them to avoid travelling through areas where construction of three mass transit…

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Thailand, China to sign 17 cooperation and investment MoUs

An army of about 500 Chinese investors will meet their Thai counterparts and officials at the 6th Thailand-China Joint Committee on Trade, Investment and Economic Cooperation and the Thailand-China Business…

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US-China trade war escalates

BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States and China today escalated their acrimonious trade war, implementing punitive 25 percent tariffs on $16 billion worth of each other’s goods, even as mid-level…

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Wild Boars boys thank the world for teaching them ‘love’

The 12 Wild Boars soccer players and their coach who captured the world’s attention last month while stranded in the Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai said they wanted to…

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Representatives of the member countries of the Confederation of ASEAN Journalists (CAJ) link arms for a photo session to demonstrate their commitment to fight against fake news at a forum held in Bangkok on Tuesday.

ASEAN journalists call for joint efforts to battle fake news

Recognizing fake news as a global challenge, media representatives of ASEAN countries have agreed  that the fight against falsehoods and disinformation must be a joint effort of all stake-holders in…

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“Sia Oun” confesses to murder:  Pol Gen Chakthip

The suspect in  the double murder that took place at Khao Cheechan in Chon Buri on July 29 has confessed to the national police chief that he ordered the couple…

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Family of deceased army cadet petitions Medical Council

Family of deceased armed forces cadet Pakapong “ Moei” Tanyakan filed a complaint with the secretariat of the Medical Council, demanding a probe into the conduct of the doctors at…

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Public told not to panic over flu fatality in Uthai Thani

The Diseases Control Department  has urged the public not to panic over the report of a fatality from influenza in Uthai Thani province, noting that there have been almost 90,000…

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Human rights lawyers condemn beating of pro-election activist

The Thai Lawyers for Human Rights on today issued a statement condemning the use of violence against pro-election activist Ekachai Hongkangwan who had been physically attacked and demanding the government…

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Phetchaburi town flooded with water discharged from dam

Spillover from Kaeng Krachan dam has arrived at the tourist town of Phetchaburi town, flooding residences and roads in the municipal areas.  The huge volume of water discharged from Kaeng…

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Former Trump campaign chairman Manafort found guilty of tax and bank fraud

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Reuters) – Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted on Tuesday of eight counts of financial wrongdoing, giving Special Counsel Robert Mueller a victory in the first…

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Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi meets Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at Istana presidential palace during a working visit in Singapore on Tuesday.

Suu Kyi defends Myanmar’s handling of Rohingya crisis

SINGAPORE (Reuters)  – Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday defended the steps her government has made in handling the Rohingya crisis, amid global criticism on the…

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7 new human rights commissioners selected 

Well-known human rights advocates, a former diplomat and two members of the board of governors of Thai PBS  are among the seven people picked for the new National Human Rights…

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Heavier penalties for traffic violations

Driving without a license will no longer be a minor offence as it can land you in jail for up to three months with a maximum fine of 50,000 baht,…

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Election in February? Prayut says yes, and then perhaps 

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha insisted today there is no justification for the general election to take place before February next year. Speaking to reporters after the mobile Cabinet meeting…

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Two loan sharks face 430 million baht in back income taxes

Two major money lenders who charged exorbitant interest rates on  loans they extended to their debtors and seized their assets after they defaulted are facing about 430 million baht in…

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Queen’s condition has improved

Her Majesty Queen Sirikit’s overall health condition has improved after doctors at Chulalongkorn hospital administered medication on her, the Bureau of the Royal Household announced on Tuesday. The Queen does…

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Spillover from Kaeng Krachan dam to reach Phetchaburi town tomorrow 

Residents in Phetchaburi are bracing for water that is expected to be spilled over from Kaeng Krachan dam tomorrow noon. The dam is currently holding 777 million cubic metres of…

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Nan highway blocked by landslide

A huge landslide has blocked a highway between Bo Klua and Chalerm Phra Kiat districts of Nan province in the far North, preventing people of 11 villages from travelling to…

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South Korean Jo Hye-do, 86, and Jo Do-jae, 75, meet their North Korean sister Jo Soon Do, 89, during a separated family reunion meeting at the Mount Kumgang resort on the North’s southeastern coast on August 20, 2018.

War-separated families of Koreas meet for first time in over 6 decades

Hundreds of South and North Koreans torn apart by the 1950-53 Korean War met for the first time in over six decades in a tearful, long-dreamed-of family reunion on Monday,…

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Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad shake hands with his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang at the end of a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, 20 August 2018.

Mahathir asks China for help with Malaysia’s fiscal problems

BEIJING (Reuters) – Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Monday he has asked China for help with his country’s “internal fiscal problems” as he seeks to renegotiate, or possibly…

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Wissanu suggests restrictions on political activities to be eased in September

Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam today reiterated the time frame set for the general elections, which is between February 24 and May 5 next year, and suggested that political restrictions…

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King sends message of condolence over Kofi Annan’s death

His Majesty the King has sent a message of condolence to United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres over the recent death of Mr Kofi Annan, former UN secretary-general. The message reads…

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Sukhothai warned of possible flooding

Sukhuthai,  the ancient city that hosts some of Thailand’s most important historical ruins, has been warned of possible flooding as northern run-off is running down the Yom river  a massive…

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Prayut visiting Ranong, Chumphon prior to Cabinet meeting

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his entourage left Bangkok this morning for an inspection trip to the southern provinces of Ranong and Chumphon before attending a mobile Cabinet meeting in…

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NCPO has final say on election day: EC secretary-general

Election Commission secretary-general Charoongwit Poomma clarified on Sunday that the earliest election day on February 24 floated by the EC chairman was just a “model” as the final say would…

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14.8 million meth pills seized from container in Ayutthaya

Narcotics police seized 14.8 million meth pills hidden in a container at a warehouse in Bang Pa-in district of the central province of Ayutthaya on Sunday. Pol Maj-Gen Tanai Apichartseni,…

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EC to cap election spending at 2 million baht for  MP candidate

The Election Commission may fix the maximum election spending for each candidate at two million baht and 20-70 million baht the spending of each party of its party list-MP candidates,…

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300 houses submerged after collapse of  floodwall

About 300 houses in Mae Chan district of the northern province of Chiang Rai went under water after an old flood wall caved in Saturday night, allowing overflow from the…

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Only 2 mobile operators bid for 1800-megahertz spectrum

DTAC Trinet (DTN) and Advance Wireless are the only two mobile operators that participated in the auction for the 18000-megahertz spectrum organized on Sunday by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications…

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Election may take place Feb 24 the earliest:Election Commission chairman

Newly-appointed Election Commission chairman Itthiporn Boonprakong said on Sunday that election might be held on February 24 the soonest or in May the latest. He said that the EC was…

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Private sector to propose southern economic plan to mobile Cabinet in Chumporn

The private sector in 11 southern provinces will propose to the government during the mobile Cabinet meeting in Chumporn on August 20-21 to push for the implementation of the Southern…

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Police captain wounded in ambush by suspected militants

A police officer with a reputation of being a tough lawman against suspected militants was injured when a car in which he was travelling home with his wife and a…

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Fresh tremor hit Lombok Sunday morning

A fresh tremor measured at 6.3 magnitude on the Richter scale shook the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok on Sunday morning, the US Geological Survey said on Sunday. USGS estimated…

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Duterte hits out at China over “nasty” words

President Rodrigo Duterte has called out China for shooing away a Philippine military aircraft over the disputed West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), according to the Manila Times Online report…

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Canada isolated in row with Saudi Arabia

Relations between Canada and Saudi Arabia have nosedived as both countries try to assert themselves in a changing international climate. The spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada seemed, at first,…

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Trade Wars: Who can stand the pain longest, China or the United States?

Trade Wars – the US and China are staring each other down – who’ll blink first? What are their trade weapons and who started it? And what effects are they…

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Pluemjit Thinkaow, captain of Thailand’s national women’s volleyball team, carries Thai national flag to lead Thai athletes at the opening ceremony of the Asian Games 2018 at Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta on Saturday night.

President Joko Widodo opens Asian Games 2018

President Joko Widodo of Indonesia officially opened Asia’s biggest sporting event, Asian Games 2018, in Jakarta on Saturday night in a dazzling ceremony highlighted with Indonesian cultural shows and firework….

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Over 30 resorts near Kaeng Krachan dam temporarily closed by flooding

More than 30 resorts located downstream of Kaeng Krachan dam, a popular tourist spot in Phetchaburi province have been closed down temporarily due to heavy flooding. The floodwater levels at…

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New poll commissioner vows to prevent crooks from getting into the parliament

Newly-appointed election commissioner Pakorn Mahannop vowed today that he would try to make sure that dishonest people will not be able to get into the parliament. “In my career as…

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Sia Oun’s handover deferred until Tuesday

Cambodian authorities have decided to postpone the handover of Mr Panya Yingdang, aka Sia Oun, wanted for the murder of a man and a woman in Chon Buri on July…

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Former UN chief and Nobel peace laureate Kofi Annan dies aged 80

 Former U.N. Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan died on Saturday at the age of 80, his foundation said, after decades of championing efforts to try to end…

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Supreme Court accepts alleged corruption case against Wattana Muangsuk

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Posts on Friday accepted for further hearings a corruption case related to the Uah Arthorn housing project of the National Housing…

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PM Prayut vows to get rid of informal debts

Branding informal debt as an evil, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said last night he could not afford to let unscrupulous money lenders take advantage of their poor debtors and vowed…

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Tree annual rings help parks department win back ownership of Koh Poda

After 33 years of courtroom battle, the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has finally won back the legal ownership of Koh Poda island off the southern province…

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New EC members to decide on poll inspectors 

The five new members of the Election Commission officially assumed their duty today and the first major task awaiting them is how to deal with the fate of the 616 election inspectors…

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Pentagon says China military ‘likely training for strikes’ on US targets

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — China’s military has expanded its bomber operations in recent years while “likely training for strikes” against the United States and its allies, a Pentagon report released on…

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The front page of the Boston Globe August 16, 2018 edition is on display outside the Newseum in Washington DC on August 16,2018. US newspapers big and small hit back Thursday at Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on the news media with a coordinated campaign of editorials, triggering a fresh tirade from the president on Twitter. Leading the charge was The Boston Globe, which had called for the drive highlighting the importance of a free press, accompanied by the hashtag #EnemyOfNone.

Newspapers across US rebuke Trump for attacks on press

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Hundreds of US newspapers on Thursday launched a coordinated defense of press freedom and a rebuke of President Donald Trump for denouncing some media organizations as…

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Minister Anupong defends son against allegation of business interest

Interior Minister gen Anupong Paochinda on Thursday came to the defence of his son after the latter’s name appeared on a list of appointments with the Phuket governor to discuss…

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A Rohingya refugee boy runs at Kutupalong camp in Ukhia, Bangladesh last week.

Facebook admits it was ‘too slow’ to fight hate speech in Myanmar

YANGON (Reuters) – Facebook has been “too slow” to address hate speech in Myanmar and is acting to remedy the problem by hiring more Burmese speakers and investing in technology…

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Court accepts cases against 7 senior monks, 3 lay persons for trials

The Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases has accepted for further trials two cases filed by the prosecutors against seven monks and three lay persons in connection with an…

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36 Provinces warned to brace for heavy rain Aug 16-19

As tropical storm “Bebinca” is approaching Vietnam, 36 provinces in the North, Northeast, East and South have been warned to brace for intensive rain and isolated terrential downpours during Aug…

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Junta sets up a 17-member anti-corruption board

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has announced the formation of a 17-member National Anti-Corruption Committee to fight the scourge of corruption in government bureaucracy.  The new anti-graft…

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Anger at Italy bridge operator as hunt for survivors continues

GENOA, Italy (Reuters) – Italian rescuers searched for survivors among towering slabs of concrete wreckage in Genoa on Wednesday after a bridge collapse killed 39 people and sparked a furious…

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PM Prayut tours Bangkok for first-hand look at traffic gridlock

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha went on a tour of Bangkok city today to observe first-hand the capital’s traffic problems and progress in the upgrading of transport networks designed to alleviate…

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5 new Election Commission members get royal approval

The appointment of the five new members of the Election Commission, whose main task is to prepare for the first post-coup general elections expected next year,  has been given a…

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The remains of the Morandi motorway bridge stands after it partially collapsed in Genoa, Italy, on Tuesday. The famous bridge of highway A10 that connected the Liguria region with south Italy collapsed with many victims.

Search for survivors after Italy motorway collapse kills dozens

ROME (Reuters) — Firefighters searched into the night on Tuesday for survivors and bodies amid the rubble of a motorway bridge that collapsed in the northern Italian port city of…

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Gen Prayut fires anti-money laundering chief 

Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) secretary-general Pol Maj-Gen Romsith Viriyasan has been fired in a lightning order issued today by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in his capacity as head of the…

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Water situation in Nakhon Nayok returns to normal

The situation at Khao Yai National Park in Nakhon Nayok province has returned to normal following a water run-off that sent tourists fleeing on Monday, Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department deputy…

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Tropical storm “Bebinca” to bring more rain to North, Northeast Aug 16-17

The North and Northeast regions will continue to be hit with widespread rain and isolated torrential downpours during Aug 16-17 as tropical storm “Bebinca” is expected to move to upper…

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Warning of approaching depression for North and NE during Aug 15-16

The Meteorological Department today issued a warning to people in the northern and northeastern provinces to brace for heavy rain and accumulated rainfall which may cause flash flood, river or…

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South Korean Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyun (right) and his North Korean counterpart Ri Son Gwon walk into a meeting room for their talks at the northern side of the border truce village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) dividing the two Koreas today.

North, South Korea to hold summit in Pyongyang in September

(REUTERS) – North and South Korea agreed to hold a summit in Pyongyang in September, the latest step forward in cross-border ties this year after more high-level talks today, the…

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People flock to Dusit Zoo on long weekend

The long weekend saw particularly large numbers of people flocking to Dusit Zoo in the heart of Bangkok to have a last glimpse of one of the city’s most memorable…

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Phetchaburi town not affected by Kaeng Krachan dam spillover

Despite earlier warnings, Phetchaburi town has not been affected by water discharged from the Kaeng Krachan dam and the Phetchaburi River has not yet overflowed as feared,  Phetchaburi irrigation project director…

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9 provinces still flooded

Many parts of nine provinces are still under water, with more than 61,000 people of over 25,000 households in 35 districts being affected, Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Office director general Chayapol Thitisak…

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No one can obliterate Taiwan’s existence, declares President Tsai Ing-wen

(REUTERS) – Vowing that “no one can obliterate Taiwan’s existence”, President Tsai Ing-wen left on Sunday for the United States and two of its remaining diplomatic allies, amid pressure from…

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Late SEAL Samarn’s mom named national outstanding mother

The mother of former Navy SEAL member Lt-Conmander Samarn Kunan, Mrs Samran, was named a national outstanding mother on the National Mother’s Day today. She was bestowed with a framed…

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HM the King’s title deed of land donated for new zoo on display

The Dusit Zoo or Khao Din has put on public display at the zoo a land title deed of a 300-rai plot of land donated by His Majesty the King…

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A mosque damaged by an earthquake at Bayan in Lombok, Indonesia.

Earthquake damage on Lombok reaches US$138 million

The damage and losses caused by last week’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), and Bali have been estimated to reach more than US$138 million, according to Indonesia’s…

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8 provinces warned to brace for flash flood and landslide

Eight provinces in the northeast, eastern and southern regions have been warned by the National Water Resources Office to brace for flash food and landslides due to accumulated rainfalls for…

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2 Thai workers in Israel injured in Hamas rocket attack

Two Thai workers, a man and a woman, were injured on Wednesday after Hamas militants in Gaza launched about 150 rockets and mortars on Israeli towns in southern Israel, Foreign…

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UNHCR lauds decision to grant Wild Boars Thai citizenship

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) today welcomed the Thai Government’s decision to grant Thai citizenship to three stateless Wild Boars boys and their football coach on Wednesday….

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An Indonesian woman cries next to her childern shortly after an aftershock hits the area in Tanjung on Lombok island today.

Lombok Island rocked by another tremor

A magnitude 6.2 earthquake rocked Indonesia’s Lombok today, with witnesses reporting collapsed buildings, the latest in a series of tremors on the tropical tourist island that have killed hundreds of…

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Former “Nen Kham” gets 114 years for cheating

Wirapol Sukphol, better known as Luang Pu Nen Kham Chattiko, former monastic chief of Wat Pa Khantitham monastery in Ubon Ratchathani province, was today sentenced to 114 years in jail…

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Navy ship brings 177 stranded tourists, crewmen back to Phuket

A total of 161 foreign tourists, including Chinese and Russians, and 16 crewmen of a tour boat were on Wednesday night brought back to Phuket by a navy ship, HTMS…

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FB apologizes for Lombok quake balloons blunder

Facebook apologised on Wednesday after users posting about a deadly earthquake in Indonesia on the social media platform saw their messages decorated with images of balloons and confetti. A 7.0…

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China to slap additional tariffs on $16 billion of US goods

China is slapping additional tariffs of 25 percent on $16 billion worth of US imports from fuel and steel products to autos and medical equipment, the Chinese commerce ministry said,…

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Death toll in Lombok earthquake rises to 347

The death toll from Sunday’s devastating earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok has climbed to 347, the state-run Antara news agency reported today. It said the majority of the…

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Students and activists gathers during a ceremony to mark the 30th anniversary of the 8888 uprising in front of city hall in Yangon on Wednesday.

30 years after uprising, Myanmar activists continue with struggle

By Kyaw Phyo Tha, The Irrawaddy YANGON — Prominent student leaders of the 1988 uprising stressed that Myanmar’s political achievements to date were only a partial victory and called for…

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