Crime

Hong Kong-Thai woman stabbed to death in her luxurious house in London

London’s Metropolitan Police have launched a manhunt for the person who stabbed to death a 27-year-old Hong Kong-Thai woman in her expensive property on the edge of Hyde Park in…

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Former captain of sunken HTMS Sukhothai tenders resignation

The former captain of the ill-fated HTMS Sukhothai, a Rattanakosin-class corvette, has offered his resignation, which will take effect as soon as he completes the 15 day detention, imposed by…

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“Kamnan Nok” imprisoned for two years following murder of police officer at his house

Praween Chanklai, aka “Kamnan Nok”, who allegedly ordered the killing of a highway police officer during a party at his house in Nakhon Pathom on September 6th last year, in…

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Two rangers killed, 8 injured in Narathiwat ambush

Two para-military rangers were killed and eight others were injured in an ambush by southern insurgents in Rue So district of the southern Thai province of Narathiwat on Sunday. It…

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Search continues for 5,000 tonnes of missing cadmium slag

Officials from the Industrial Works Department and police from the Natural Resources and Environment Crime Division are trying to locate about 5,000 tonnes of cadmium slag, which remain unaccounted for….

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Deputy national police chief involved in money laundering : probe team

An ad hoc fact-finding committee has found sufficient evidence for it to believe that Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief, was allegedly involved in money laundering connected…

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Daughter sentenced to 12 years for stealing money from her mother

The Supreme Court today upheld the ruling of the lower courts, confirming the sentencing of a 57-year-old woman to 12 years in prison after she was found guilty of stealing…

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NACC probes “tea money” demands to get children into Khon Kaen schools

Eight secondary schools in the north-eastern province of Khon Kaen are under investigation by officials from the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC,) for allegedly demanding “tea money” of up to 100,000…

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Thais received the most scam calls in Asia last year

People in Thailand received more telephone scam calls than anywhere else in Asia last year, followed by the Philippines and Hong Kong, according to the Thai Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth)….

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Surachate surrenders, freed on bail after questioning

Deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, reported to the enquiry officer at Taopoon police station on Tuesday afternoon, to acknowledge the money laundering charges filed against him. He…

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Arrest warrant issued for Pol Gen Surachate on money laundering charges

The Ratchadapisek Criminal Court issued a warrant this afternoon for the arrest of Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief, on the grounds that there is sufficient evidence…

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Finnish police officers guard the scene at the primary Viertola comprehensive school where a child opened fire and injured three other children, on April 2, 2024 in Vantaa, outside the Finnish capital Helsinki.//AFP

12-year-old opens fire in Finnish school, injuring three: police

Helsinki, Finland – A 12-year-old opened fire Tuesday at a school outside the Finnish capital Helsinki injuring three other children, police said, adding that the attacker was in custody. The school…

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More people drafted in, as search for missing 2-year-old expands

About 100 officials and volunteers have been mobilised, supported two police sniffer dogs, GPS tracking and blood trace detection devices, in the expanding search for the 2-year-old Lahu tribe boy,…

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Search continues for 2-year-old boy missing for a week

The search continues today for a two-year-old Lahu tribe boy, who has been missing from home in a mountain village in Chiang Rai since last Saturday. Officials from the Mirror…

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Rescue teams finally allowed to recover bodies of crane collapse victims in Rayong

After hours of negotiation, workers at a construction site in Rayong’s Pluak Daeng district, where a crane collapsed and killed seven people yesterday, have allowed the police and rescue teams…

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Six workers die, another injured in crane collapse in Rayong

Six migrant workers were crushed to death and another sustained serious injuries when a huge crane collapsed at a factory construction site in Pluak Daeng district of Rayong province. After…

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South Korean and Taiwanese arrested on fraud charges

Immigration police have arrested a South Korean in Pattaya, who is wanted in his own country on fraud charges. Police have also arrested a Taiwanese woman in Bangkok, wanted in…

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Court acquits protesters involved in 2008 seizure of Don Mueang airport

The Criminal Court ordered the acquittal today of 67 members of the now defunct political pressure group known as the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), after finding them not guilty…

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Jakrapob released on bail

Jakrapob Penkair, a former redshirt leader, who returned to Bangkok today after living in self-imposed exile abroad for 15 years, has been released on Bt400,000 bail. After arriving at Suvarnabhumi…

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Renewed bail applications for monarchy reformists rejected

The Criminal Court today rejected once again the bail applications filed by the father of a monarchy reform activist, who was arrested last month for alleged interference with a royal…

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OAG declines to appeal verdicts acquitting PAD leaders

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has decided not to appeal verdicts, acquitting former leaders of the now defunct People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) of multiple charges, including inciting…

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TJA receives no dirty money from online gambling network

The Thai Journalists Association (TJA) has concluded an internal investigation into an allegation, made by a high-profile lawyer, claiming that a journalists’ association, or its members, had received bribes from…

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“Blue sky after the storm”: Senator Porntip

Senator Khunying Porntip Rojanasunan has criticised the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), after the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases cleared her and nine former colleagues at the Justice Ministry’s…

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Lop Buri macaque relocation underway

National park officials started the selective capture of aggressive macaques in Lop Buri’s Muang district yesterday, for relocation to an animal shelter in Nakhon Nayok province. Controls on the distribution…

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Mutual respect: Transcending social needs and cultural differences

The recent scuffle between Thai and Filipino transgender groups on Sukhumvit Soi 11 in Bangkok has questioned whether Thailand’s attempts to build a strong regional identity for our LBTQ+ communities…

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Two Thai employees die, another injured in factory explosion in Taiwan

Two Thai workers were killed and another seriously injured in an explosion at an aluminium factory in Taiwan on Saturday. The three Thais were among six employees who sustained injuries…

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Egyptian sent for psychiatric assessment after allegedly attacking Phuket taxi driver

An Egyptian national was escorted by Phuket police to a hospital for psychiatric assessment last night, after he allegedly refused to pay a taxi fare, damaged driver’s cell phone, assaulted…

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Controlled explosion damages petrol station in Pattani today

A petrol station in Mayo district of Pattani province sustained serious damages after an army bomb disposal squad detonated an improvised explosive device (IED), allegedly planted by insurgents. After being…

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PM assigns acting national police chief to deep south

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin hosted an urgent meeting today with senior security officials, including acting national police chief Pol Gen Kittarat Panphet, following this morning’s attacks in three southernmost provinces….

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Arson attacks by insurgents in three southernmost provinces

Suspected insurgents launched coordinated robbery and arson attacks on multiple targets in the three restive southernmost provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat early this morning. The targets included 7-11 convenience…

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PM Srettha Thavisin speaks at a press conference after chairing a Police Commission meeting today. Standing behind him is acting national police chief Pol Gen Kittarat Panphet.//Srettha’s Facebook

PM gags senior police officers over online gambling conflict

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin today ordered senior police officers to stop talking or giving news to the media about the BNKMaster online gambling case, in an effort to ease tensions…

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National police chief Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol (L) and his deputy; Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn in a press conference earlier this month.

Torsak and Surachate transferred

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin today ordered the transfer of two top national police generals, Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol and Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, to inactive posts at Government House for…

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“Kru Preecha” gets two years for lying about owning five first prize lottery tickets

A Kanchanaburi school teacher, who lied about being the owner of five first prize lottery tickets in the possession of a retired police officer, which resulted in a prolonged court…

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Commercial surrogacy financier sentenced to 50 years in prison

The Chinese financier of a transnational commercial surrogacy service and his three Thai accomplices were sentenced to 50 years in prison each today by the Criminal Court, after they were…

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Russian “kicking” suspect surrenders to Pha-ngan island police

A Russian woman surrenders to police on Pha-ngan Island today, after a Thai woman, who is eight months pregnant, had reported that the Russian kicked and injured her. The Russian…

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Visas revoked for two New Zealanders charged with attacking police officer

The immigration office in Phuket has revoked the visas of two New Zealanders, who allegedly assaulted a traffic police officer in Chalong district of Phuket and snatched his service pistol…

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Pareena ordered to pay Bt7.6m to EC for cost of by-election

A Ratchaburi court ordered former Palang Pracharath MP Pareena Kraikupt to pay Bt7.6 million today for the cost of a by-election held by the Election Commission after she was removed…

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National police chief refutes claim of foul play in Surachate Hakparn case

Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol, the national police chief, maintains that one of his deputies, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, is not the victim of persecution or of foul play over the…

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This handout photograph released by Bi-2 rock band on March 17, 2024, shows the founder of the Bi-2 rock band Egor Bortnik known as Leva Bi-2 sitting on the floor at the immigration detention centre in Phuket on January 27.

Dissident Russian band returns to stage after Thai detention

Warsaw, Poland – A Russian-Belarusian rock band that denounces Moscow’s Ukraine invasion returned to the stage this week, voicing defiance after being detained in Thailand in January and threatened with deportation to Russia….

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Russian arrested on Samui for allegedly robbing compatriot of ฿1.8m in Bitcoins

Thai police have arrested a Russian national on Samui Island on charges of robbing a fellow Russian of 1.8 million baht in Bitcoins. Samui police say that the suspect is…

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Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn summoned to acknowledge money laundering charges

Enquiry officers from Bangkok’s Thung Song Hong police station have issued a summons for Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief, to acknowledge money laundering charges, in connection…

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Two suspected insurgents shot dead, one officer injured in clash in Pattani

Two suspected southern rebels were killed and one officer was injured in a clash in Sai Buri district of the southern province of Pattani today. Acting on a tipoff, about…

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Dead Russian found in cannabis garden

A 42-year-old Russian, who went missing for two days in Phuket, was found murdered in a cannabis plantation at a house in Mueang district yesterday. Artur Mkhitarian’s throat had been…

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Parents of five youths who killed woman in Sa Kaeo fined 5,000 baht

The Juvenile and Family Court in Sa Kaeo province today fined the parents of five youths, who allegedly killed a 47-year-old woman in early January and disposed of the body…

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Pol Gen Surachate summoned in online gambling investigation

The Criminal Court today issued a summons for Deputy National Police Commissioner Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn for allegedly being involved in laundering money from an online gambling operation. The summons…

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Thai authorities seize 20 million meth pills

Nearly 20 million methamphetamine pills were seized by police and para-military forces in Nakhon Sawan, Lampang and Chiang Rai provinces on Monday, as illegal narcotics continue to flow into Thailand…

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Joint forces have seized 20 million meth pills in multiple raids

Nearly 20 million methamphetamine pills were seized by police and para-military forces in Nakhon Sawan, Lampang and Chiang Rai provinces on Monday, as illegal narcotics continue to flow into Thailand…

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Phuket to crack down on illegal foreign businesses using Thai nominees

Phuket administration has agreed to set up a centre to deal with illegal alien businesses, after complaints from Thai business operators that many foreigners have set up businesses on the…

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Two women found shot to death in Hua Hin shop house

Two women were found dead in a shop house in downtown Hua Hin on Sunday, in what police suspect is an accident or murder attempt by one of the women,…

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Body of Thai woman who fell from condo in KL returned home

The body of a 32-year-old Thai woman, who is thought to have been pushed from a room in a condominium in Malaysia, arrived in Bangkok yesterday. The woman, identified only…

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Rayong dog owners seek justice as death toll of dog poisoning hits 36

Three dog owners in Rayong’s Nikhom Phatthana district have asked police to take action against those responsible for poisoning their pets in separate incidents, resulting in the deaths of 36…

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Victims of monkey attacks can now claim compensation

People who are attacked by wild monkeys can now claim compensation from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, following an attack on a woman in Lop Buri…

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Swiss man who allegedly assaulted Thai doctor faces additional charges

The Ministry of Interior will press additional charges against the Swiss national who allegedly kicked a female Thai doctor as she sat on the staircase of his rented villa in…

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DSI to probe legitimacy of land certificates on Phuket’s Yamu peninsula

Officials from the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will conduct a field inspection of the Yamu peninsula in Phuket next Tuesday, to…

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Visa revoked for Swiss man who allegedly assaulted Thai doctor

The Immigration Bureau has revoked the visa of the Swiss national who allegedly kicked a female Thai doctor, who sat on the staircase of his rented villa on Yamu Beach…

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Police claim fire at Ayutthaya chemical storage facility was arson

Scientific Crime Detection Division (SCDD) police have found several pieces of evidence which suggest that the fire at a chemical storage facility, in the Phachi district of Ayutthaya province four…

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Thai and Filipino LGBTQ clashed in Soi Sukhumvit 11 last night

A large group of Thai LGBTQ+ people rallied in front of a hotel in Sukhumvit Soi 11 in Bangkok late Monday night, to confront a group of Filipino LGBTQ+ people…

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Checks ordered on foreigners in Phuket for possible links to organized crime

The Phuket provincial administration has instructed all district officers to check the backgrounds and conduct of foreigners living on the resort island, including the Swiss man who allegedly assaulted a…

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Thai Swifties fall victims to e-ticket scams

Chopluem Thammapunya, a well-known social media influencer, planned her trip and chose her attire carefully, to ensure she could fully enjoy Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” concert in Singapore on Sunday….

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Former Land and House president to be indicted for money laundering

The Office of Attorney-General (OAG) has decided to charge former president of the Land and House real estate company, Anant Asavabhokhin, with money laundering in connection with Credit Union Khlong…

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Alleged serial rapist arrested in Bangkok

An alleged rapist has been taken into police custody on a charge of raping an underage schoolgirl in Bangkok’s Thung Mahamek area. Yesterday’s arrest of the 40-year-old suspect, identified only…

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Ex-police chief among eight to be indicted over Red Bull heir’s hit-and-run case

The Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) has agreed to indict former police chief, Pol Gen Somyot Poompanmuang, former deputy attorney-general, Nate Naksuk, and six other individuals with malfeasance in office…

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Woman claiming squatter’s rights over neighbour’s house commits suicide

A woman, identified only as “Panumat”, has hanged herself in the bathroom of a house in Bangkok’s Ram Inthra area, where she claimed ownership through adverse possession (squatter’s rights). The…

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Man arrested for supplying frozen semen to surrogacy rackets abroad

A man was arrested by police in Nonthaburi province on Saturday for allegedly being a key member of a transnational surrogacy racket, supplying frozen semen, ova and foetuses to networks…

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Pol Gen Surachate refutes online gambling extortion allegation

Embattled deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, called a press conference today to declare his innocence, after he was among five police officers charged by the Central Investigation…

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Man arrested in Pattaya following vicious attack on Chinese tourist

Pattaya police have arrested a 41-year-old Thai man for attempting to rob, rape, detain and set fire to a Chinese tourist in Chon Buri province on Sunday. The suspect, identified…

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Man arrested for otter trading in Chachoengsao

Police in Chachoengsao province have detained a 26-year-old man for having protected wildlife animals including otters and their carcasses. Police also confiscated three soft-shelled turtle carcasses and those of two…

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File photo : People gather outside the embassy of Thailand to get visas in Yangon on February 16,//AFP

Two killed in crush as hundreds queue for passports in Myanmar

Yangon, Myanmar – Two people were killed in a crush outside a passport office in Myanmar on Monday, a rescue worker said, as thousands rush to leave the country to escape…

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Live animal smuggler caught at Bangkok airport

A Mongolian man was arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Saturday, as he attempted to smuggle live protected animals out of the country, said Customs spokesperson Phantong Loykulnanta today. The suspect…

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Bt2m reward for information leading to arrest of Japanese tourist’s murderer

The Department of Special Investigation has offered a reward of 2 million baht to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the killer of a Japanese tourist 17…

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Student network demands the facts on Thaksin’s true medical condition

The Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand gathered today in front of the Police General Hospital, demanding that doctors reveal Thaksin Shinawatra’s actual medical condition. Police prevented…

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Police seeking two Scots in connection with Myanmar businessman’s murder

Police are looking for two Scottish men, accused by a Myanmar woman of killing her son and robbing him of about 5 million baht in cash at an apartment on…

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Journalists arrested in temple graffiti case released on bail

The Criminal Court released on bail today two journalists who had been taken into police custody in connection with the alleged defacing of a wall of the Temple of the…

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Revised regulation on meth pill possession is nothing new – Health Minister

The Ministry of Public Health and the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) have defended a revised ministerial regulation which treats a person who possesses five meth pills, instead…

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Volunteer killed, four injured in roadside explosion in Narathiwat

A defence volunteer was killed and four others were injured in a roadside explosion in Janae district of Thailand’s southernmost province of Narathiwat today. The incident occurred just a few…

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Five immigration officers jailed for 15 years each for extortion

Five immigration police officers were sentenced to 15 years in prison each today, after they were found guilty by the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases of extorting 10…

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Police claim hidden elements behind Taluwang anti-monarchy group

Police believe that hidden elements are behind a recent incident, in which members of the anti-monarchy Taluwang group sounded a car horn at the convoy of HRH Princess Maha Chakri…

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How a Japanese woman’s first trip to Thailand ended in tragedy

Tamako Kawashita was cheerful and in high spirits when she left Japan for what she expected to be a wonderful trip to Thailand 17 years ago. “Her life, however, ended…

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Japanese father returns to Thailand, pursuing 17-Year quest for daughter’s murderer

Yasuaki Kawashita, a Japanese man from Osaka, returned to Thailand today to demand answers from the Thai police regarding the unsolved murder of his then 27-year-old daughter during the Loy…

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Canadian who opened plane door before take off self- harms in cell

The Canadian man in Chiang Mai, who was arrested after opening the door of a Thai Airways aircraft as it was about to take off on Wednesday night, has been…

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Flights to and from Chiang Mai affected as passenger tries to open plane door

Several flights departing from Chiang Mai airport were delayed and a few arriving flights were diverted to other airports last night, after a passenger on a Thai Airways International flight…

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Personal information of 20 million elderly Thais for sale on Dark Web

About 20 million sets of personal information on elderly Thai people have been leaked from the Department of Older Persons, in the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, and…

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Thais rescued from forced labour in Myanmar to return home on Wednesday

Ninety-two Thai nationals, lured to work in casinos in the Myawaddy district of Kayin state in Myanmar and who were rescued by Myanmar authorities, are due to return to Thailand…

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Scammers exploit Chinese New Year with deceptive promises of big Angpao : Cyber police

Scammers have seized the opportunity of the upcoming Chinese New Year by sending links via SMS, Line and Facebook, claiming that by simply clicking on the link, people can claim…

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French forensic and judicial police collect evidences after a knife attack at Paris’s Gare de Lyon railway station, a major travel hub on February 3.//AFP

Knife attacker wounds three at major Paris train station

Paris, France – Three people were injured Saturday in a knife attack at Paris’s Gare de Lyon railway station, a major travel hub, police said, adding that a suspect had…

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Fourth suspect arrested in Rice Department chief’s extortion case

A fourth suspect, allegedly involved with serial petitioner Srisuwan Janya in attempting to extort Bt1.5 million from the director-general of Rice Department, was arrested by anti-corruption police and officials from…

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Last suspect in Pathumwan student murder surrenders

The last of nine suspects, wanted on charges related to the murder of a student in front of the Pathumwan Institute of Technology on January 26th, is scheduled to appear…

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Suspected knife attacker moved to Bangkok remand home

The 14-year-old school boy, who allegedly stabbed his fellow student to death at their school in Bangkok’s Suan Luang district on Monday, has been moved to the juvenile observation and…

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Rice Director General Natthakit Khongthip

Rice Department head admits he hatched a plot to ensnare Srisuwan

Rice Department Director General Natthakit Khongthip told the media today that it was his initiative to hatch a plot to ensnare serial petitioner Srisuwan Janya, because he was very annoyed…

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Suspected young knife attacker requires psychiatric assessment

The secondary education student who allegedly stabbed his classmate to death at a Bangkok school this morning will be sent for psychiatric assessment, said Pol Col Vachirakorn Wongboon, superintendent of…

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Arrest warrants issued for nine suspects in Pathumwan college student’s murder

The Criminal Court has issued warrants for the arrests of nine suspects wanted by the police for alleged involvement in the murder of a student from the Pathumwan Institute of…

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Student stabbed to death at a municipal school in Bangkok

A secondary education student was fatally stabbed by a classmate at a municipal school in Bangkok’s Suan Luang district this morning. The victim died shortly after arriving at hospital. Suan…

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Hunter becomes prey: Thailand’s anti-corruption icon faces extortion accusation

The tables have been turned on prolific petitioner Srisuwan Janya, who has become the accused rather than the accuser. Once admired by many and feared by his targets, the self-styled…

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Teenage murder prompts debate in Thailand: Should kids face adult punishments?

A shocking murder recently committed by a group of boys aged 13 to 16 has prompted a big question in Thailand. Should children who commit serious crimes be sentenced as…

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Briton dies in failed parachute jump from Pattaya condo

A British citizen died on Saturday when he attempted to base jump from the 29th floor of a condominium in Pattaya but his parachute failed to deploy. Pattaya police say…

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Nine arrest warrants sought following death of Pathumwan vocational student

Bangkok’s Pathumwan district police are to seek warrants for the arrests of nine former students of a rival institution suspected of involvement in the murder of a student at the…

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Student stabbed in front of a Bangkok college Friday night

A student at the Pathumwan Institute of Technology was seriously injured in a knife attack in front of the college on Friday night.  According to eyewitness accounts given to the…

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Serial petitioner Srisuwan in police custody on an extortion charge

Well-known serial petitioner Srisuwan Janya has been taken into police custody on an extortion charge, after he and two associates allegedly demanded 1.5 million baht from the director-general of the…

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File photo : Shinji Aoba, who is suspected of the Kyoto Animation studio arson attack, looks up as he is transported on a stretcher to the Fushimi police station in Kyoto on May 27, 2020.//AFP

Japan arsonist who killed 36 appeals death sentence

Tokyo, Japan – A Japanese man sentenced to death for an arson attack that killed 36 people at an anime studio appealed the ruling on Friday, a court said. Shinji Aoba,…

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Three people to be charged with owning a lion without a permit

The National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department will initiate legal action against two Thais, a Sri Lankan and a Ukrainian for being in possession of and moving a lion…

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