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Troops seize over 47 million meth pills in one year

Army troops based at the borders have seized 47.7 million meth pills, over 2.7 tonnes of heroin and 983 kgs of crystal Ice and arrested 3,299 drug suspects throughout last…

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New visa options proposed to attract more Chinese tourists

The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) is proposing three new visa options for Chinese tourists, which it believes will attract more Chinese visitors to Thailand and help achieve this…

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“I am now a Thai citizen” … Mong Thongdee finally gets Thai ID card

Mong Thongdee has finally received his Thai ID card issued to him on Friday by the Muang district of Chiang Mai. A stateless son of migrant workers from Myanmar was…

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Gen Prawit confirms reports of change of southern peace talks chief 

Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwon today confirmed that the government has replaced the leader of the government’s team responsible for holding peace dialogue with southern insurgent…

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Ethnic Mon suspect claims he was  ordered to kill bearcat

An ethnic Mon man implicated in the Saiyok National Park wildlife hunting trip told police he was forced by two men in the poaching group to shoot the bearcat. Identified…

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EC responsible for probing Thaksin’s alleged interference in Phue Thai: PM Prayut

Only the Election Commission can decide whether ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s influence on Pheu Thai Party is against the election law or not, said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. He…

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Future Forward to challenge junta’s order forbidding public donations for political parties

Future Forward party has threatened to challenge the junta’s order forbidding political parties from accepting public donations by taking the case to the court.   This was jointly announced by…

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No overnight accommodation on Similan Islands as of October 9

Concern over degradation of coral reefs and the marine ecology of the Similan Islands caused by polluted water discharged into the sea, has prompted the Department of National Parks, Wildlife…

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Deputy district chief implicated in illegal hunting temporarily dismissed

Dan Makham Tia district deputy chief officer Watcharachai Sameerak has been temporarily dismissed from government service pending disciplinary and criminal investigations allegedly for illegal hunting in Saiyok national park in…

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Hunt for teens involved in downtown gun attack that kills an Indian, injures five others

Police are hunting for two groups of teenagers involved in a brawl that ended up in a chase and shooting in a hotel car park downtown Bangkok, leaving one Indian…

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A woman prays next to an injured man in the Immaculate Conception Hospital in Port-de-Paix, Haiti, on October 7, 2018. A strong aftershock sent panicked residents fleeing into the streets on October 7 — hours after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake killed at least 12 people along Haiti’s northwest coast.

Aftershock sows panic after Haitian quake kills at least 12

A day after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake killed at least 12 people along Haiti’s northwest coast, a strong aftershock sent panicky residents fleeing into the streets, witnesses and the authorities said…

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Seven charges filed against suspects accused of illegal hunting in Kanchanaburi

Seven charges have been lodged against 12 members of a suspected hunting party allegedly led by a deputy district chief officer after forest rangers of the Saiyok national park in…

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Labour unions demand end to unfair employment in government and private sectors

About 1,000 workers affiliated with three labour unions demonstrated in front of the Democracy monument Sunday morning on the occasion of the World Day for  Decent Work 2018 to highlight…

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Poll shows mixed reactions to Gen Prayut’s expressed interest in politics

There have been mixed reactions among members of the public to Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha’s recent remarks that he was “interested in politics.” An opinion poll conducted by Suan…

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Manhunt for an ex-police officer wanted for alleged murder

Police have launched a massive manhunt for a former police officer wanted for the alleged contract murder of a petrol station-owner in Sa Kaew province and the serious wounding of…

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King sends condolence message to Indonesian President, people

His Majesty the King has sent a message of condolence to the President of Indonesia following a devastating earthquake in Indonesia’s Sulawesi and tsunami in Donggala and Palu last week….

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India seeks to operate more direct flights to Phuket

India is to begin operating a daily direct flight between New Delhi and Phuket from Thursday and more direct flights between other Indian major cities and Phuket international airport will…

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Karen spiritual leader Ko-ee Memi dies at King Mongkut hospital in Phetchaburi

The spiritual leader of the Karen tribesmen at Kaeng Krachan forest, 107-year -old Ko-ee Memi, died at the King Mongkut hospital in Phetchaburi province early Friday morning. The grand old…

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Mixed reactions to Finance Ministry’s cigarette tax hike  proposal

The Finance Ministry’s plan to seek the Cabinet’s approval on a new rise in excise taxes that will result in the retail prices of cigarette being raised by 2 baht per pack…

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China fines movie star Fan Bingbing in high-profile tax evasion case

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s taxation authorities fined A-list Chinese movie star Fan Bingbing more than 479 million yuan ($69.74 million) over tax evasion and ordered her to pay back more…

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Baby miraculously survives fall from apartment building

A new-born baby miraculously escaped almost unscathed after she was apparently dropped from the fifth floor of an apartment building onto a banana orchard in Tambon Teparak, Muang district of…

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From anti-rice pledging scheme crusader to Democrat leadership challenger

Few people believe Warong Dechgitvigrom could dethrone Abhisit Vejjajiva in the Democrat Party’s leadership battle, but flying under the radar to hit the target seems to be what the former…

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Huge painting in memory of Tham Luang rescue unveiled as “Wild Boars” boys prepare to go on foreign trip

A huge black and white water colour painting depicting all the Thai and foreign rescuers involved in the operation to rescue the 13 Wild Boar boys and their coach from…

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THAI cancels flights to Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to Typhoon Trami

Thai Airways International has suspended all flights to and from Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to the closure of Kansai airport in the face of threats from Typhoon Trami….

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Autopsy result suggests Chinese tourist died of foul play at a waterfall in Hat Yai

Autopsy conducted on the body of a Chinese female tourist died at a waterfall in Hat Yai district of Songkhla on September 19 showed that she was dead before she…

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Mahathir tries to shame superpowers into giving up UN veto power

Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Friday that he hoped to shame the powerful countries in the United Nations into agreeing to reform their outdated veto powers in the…

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Tourist shoots self at  shooting range in Phuket

 An Australian tourist was seriously injured when he shot himself in his head with a handgun at a shooting range in Phuket province on Friday afternoon. The 25-year-old Cook Jayden…

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Tourism season starts with early arrival of cold weather in Chiang Mai

Cold weather has arrived in Chiang Mai with temperature on top of Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain peak, measured at 6 degree Celsius on Friday – down from 11 degree…

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY “Thailand-south-unrest-rights-Britain,FOCUS’ by Aidan Jones This picture taken on March 2, 2010 shows a Thai soldier using a GT200 detector as he patrols the streets of Yala, in Thailand’s restive south. Human rights activists say more than 400 people have been locked up — some for up to two years — on the basis of spurious evidence gleaned by the device, which is at the centre of a British fraud probe and that experts say is useless. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / AFP

NACC breaks silence on GT200 investigation

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) broke its long silence about its probes into the procurement of the fake bomb detectors GT200 by several state security-related agencies with an announcement that…

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DSI has filed 16 court cases against GT200 distributor in Thailand

The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) announced on Friday that the department has filed 16 court cases related to the procurement of GT200 scanners by governmental agencies against the Thai…

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Warning of rainstorms and strong winds Sept 28-Oct 1

The Meteorological Department has issued a warning of rainstorm and strong winds in 53 provinces, including Bangkok, from today until Monday, as result of high pressure from China which has…

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Ex-park chief given suspended jail-term for forest encroachment in Tak

A former senior park official was on Wednesday sentenced to three months in prison and fined 5,000 baht by the Tak provincial court after he was guilty of forest encroachment….

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Australia’s public broadcaster in leadership crisis after boss quits over political interference claims

Australia’s national public broadcaster is facing a leadership crisis following allegations of political interference. Justin Milne resigned as chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) on Thursday, amid allegations he…

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Gen Prawit orders help for boxing hero Somrak facing bankruptcy  

He was once one of Thailand’s most celebrated boxing heroes and, undoubtedly, one of the richest as well.  But 22 years after clinching the first boxing gold medal in the…

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Engineer given 10 years in prison for shooting dead student in road brawl 

An elderly former engineer who shot dead a 17-year-old student allegedly in a fit of anger following a road quarrel in Chon Buri early last year was today sentenced to…

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Bangkok top destination in the world last year: Mastercard’s Index

Bangkok was the world’s top destination last year, three years in a row, with 20.05 million people visiting the capital in 2017 and a 9.6% growth in number of visitors…

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Trump accuses China of meddling in 2018 US election

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday there was “plenty of evidence” of China trying to meddle in the upcoming US elections and that Beijing wanted…

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY “Thailand-south-unrest-rights-Britain,FOCUS’ by Aidan Jones This picture taken on March 2, 2010 shows a Thai soldier using a GT200 detector as he patrols the streets of Yala, in Thailand’s restive south. Human rights activists say more than 400 people have been locked up — some for up to two years — on the basis of spurious evidence gleaned by the device, which is at the centre of a British fraud probe and that experts say is useless. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / AFP

Company executive jailed 9 years for selling fraudulent GT200 devices to royal guards unit

The top executive of a company that supplied the controversial GT200 remote substance detectors worth altogether nine million baht to the Royal Guards Regiment was on Wednesday sentenced to nine…

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Untold story of rescue of 4 Thais trapped in Tham Luang cave by British divers

Scarcely anyone knew about the rescue of four Thais trapped in flooded Tham Luang cave by two British cave divers days before they found the 13 Wild Board and their…

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Second life imprisonment for alleged Lao drug kingpin Xaysana Keopimpa

Alleged Laotian drug baron Xaysana Keopimpa who has a penchant for sports cars and links with some of Bangkok’s celebrities was today sentenced to life imprisonment by the Criminal Court…

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Pheu Thai reportedly courts Democrat to form alliance against Gen Prayut

In a bid to block Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s comeback after the  general election, Pheu Thai Party has approached its erstwhile political rival,  the Democrat Party, with the possibility of…

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PM fires Pattaya City mayor, appoints Sonthaya as his successor

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha today fired the Pattaya City mayor and replaced him with Sonthaya Khunplum, a political advisor to the prime minister and a member of the politically influential…

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Missing Briton and Thai wife found dead, buried in fruit orchard in Phrae

An elderly Englishman and his Thai wife who were reported to have gone missing mysteriously from their home in Muang district of the northern province of Phrae on September 19…

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Police suspect Chinese tourist’s fatal plunge at waterfall in Hat Yai a foul play

Police are investigating the fatal plunge of a Chinese female tourist at a waterfall in Hat Yai district of the southern province of Songkhla to determine whether it was an…

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SEAL rescuer Dr Park recalls “close shave with death” inside Tham Luang cave

More than two months after the end of the Tham Luang cave rescue operation to pluck 13 Wild Boar boys and their football coach to safety, Dr Park Loharnchun, a…

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Victims of gold mining operations to form political party

Villagers who have been affected by gold mining operations in Wang Sapung district of the northeastern province of Loei have agreed to form a political party whose main platform is…

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Venus at its brightest on September 25, 30

Star-gazers please take note – Venus will be at its greatest brilliancy this year on the night of September 25 and during the early hours of September 30, said Mr…

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New labour bill promises better protection for workers

The National Legislative Assembly on Friday passed in the first reading a labour bill which seeks to provide better protection to labourers. Labour Welfare and Protection Department deputy director-general  Kittipong…

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Hundreds of passengers left stranded after train derails in Lampang

The rail traffic in the North was suspended this morning as the operation to salvage a petroleum-transporting train derailing Thursday night in Lampang was still underway after 12 hours of…

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Koh Tao and its mountain of garbage awaiting disposal

Local administration officials on the popular resort island of Koh Tao have heaved a big sigh of relief after a municipality in Poonpin district of Surat Thani province has agreed…

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Disappearance of late national artist Thawan’s paintings is “family affairs”

A senior police officer tasked with overseeing the investigation into the missing paintings of the late national artist Thawan Datchanee said Thursday that the artworks were not stolen and the…

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North to face cold season sooner and longer dry spell

Cold season will come sooner to the northern region which will experience longer period of dry season due to less than normal accumulated rainfall estimated at just 50 percent of…

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Former Malaysian PM Najib arrested, to face multiple charges

Former prime minister of Malaysia Najib Razak was arrested Wednesday afternoon in connection with the 1 Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal over the RM2.6 billion (about 20 billion baht) deposited…

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4-year old girl fatally mauled by three dogs in Chaiyaphum

Police have filed chargers against the owner of three dogs which were reported to have fatally mauled a 4-year-old girl in a village in Ban Khewa district of the northeastern…

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PM Prayut wants feeding of pigeons in public places to stop

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has reportedly appealed to members of the public to not feed pigeons in public places following concerns that they could be carriers of diseases beside posing…

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PM urges tough punishment against civil servants in welfare fraud

As a new round of corruption scandals hits the government,  Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha today tries to demonstrate his intolerance toward the problem by declaring that state officials found…

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Police probe missing paintings of late national artist Thawan Datchanee

Security has been stepped at Ban Dum (Black House) of the late national artist Thawan Datchanee in Muang district of the northern province of Chiang Rai after more than 100…

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PM rejects cable car project for Phu Kradueng mountain resort

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has shelved a proposal for the construction of a cable car for Phu Kradueng mountain resort in the northeastern province of Loei. Government spokesman Lt-Gen Sansern…

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PM urges Thais to plant 400 precious trees for each household

Prime Minister Prayut Chana-o-cha has urged Thai people to plant 400 precious trees for each household so that, in the next ten years, there will be 1,000 million trees covering…

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Cabbie who chased passengers out of his car fined 3,000 baht

A Bangkok taxi driver was fined 3,000 baht on Monday and given a lecture on good manners and proper conduct for three hours for chasing two passengers out of his…

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Huge drug haul intercepted in Sukhothai province

A huge drug haul of ten million meth pills and 35 kilogrammes of heroin believed bound for a third country was intercepted in the northern province of Sukhothai on Monday….

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Warning of dengue fever in Bangkok

Bangkokians, especially children,  have been warned to protect themselves from dengue fever which has  since the beginning of this year infected more than 5,800 people in Bangkok with five fatalities…

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Laotian murder suspect admits to slashing the throats of three victims and a cat

A Laotian migrant worker has confessed to a gruesome murder of a 67-year old woman and her 12-year-old grand-daughter  in Samut Prakarn after he was arrested while waiting for a…

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Poll finds most voters welcome easing of political ban but wary of conflicts

 A new poll suggests that although most people agree with the National Council for Peace and Order’s decision to ease political restrictions, they believe that the country should move gradually…

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37 percent hail controversial cheerleaders billboards as “thinking out of the box”

Thirty-seven percent of the respondents to a Matichon online survey to gauge public opinions about the controversial billboards of Thammasat University’s Cheerleader Club support the billboards, said they are great…

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Manhunt for Laotian worker suspected of killing two people and injuring a third

Police are looking for a Laotian migrant worker suspected of killing a 67-year old woman, her 12-year old niece and seriously injuring another 9-year-old niece at a house in Phra…

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Typhoon Mangkhut nears Hong Kong, China after pummeling Philippines

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Typhoon Mangkhut swirled towards Hong Kong and the Chinese coast on Sunday, gaining in strength over the South China Sea after hurtling through the Philippines, where…

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Over 20 sea turtles beach and most die in Phuket and Phang-nga in two months

More than 20 sea turtles landed on two beaches in Phuket and Phang-nga provinces and most of them died with the rest being seriously injured with little chance of survival…

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Elephant dies after falling into sewer and electrocuted

A ten-year-old male elephant fell into a sewer in Bang Phil district of Samut Prakan province and was believed to be electrocuted by electrical cables buried in the drainage system….

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Three injured and several vehicles damaged  by fallen crane off Silom Road

Three people were injured and several cars and motorcycles were damaged when a huge construction crane collapsed and pulled down ten power poles and trees on Soi Saladaeng off the…

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British Embassy agrees to Thai police’s request to question alleged Koh Tao rape victim in UK

The British Embassy in Bangkok has approved a request by Thai police to visit Britain to question a woman who claimed she was drugged, raped  and robbed on Koh Tao…

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Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev

Ex-Soviet leader Gorbachev pens new book urging West to end attempts to isolate Russia

MOSCOW — Former general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and ex-Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev believes that Russia has a crucial role to play on the international…

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Agriculture minister says paraquat cannot be banned now

Agriculture Minister Grisada Boonrach said he is ready to ban the use of three dangerous substances namely paraquat, glyphosate and chlorpyrifos in agriculture if this is legally permissible. Although the…

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Barijat and Mangkhut storms to cause possible floods in 43 provinces

The Department of the Prevention and Mitigation of Public Disasters on Thursday issued a warning to 43 provinces in the North, Northeast, central and eastern regions to brace for possible…

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Police insist fining truck driver for not wearing shoes while driving is justified

Muk Dahan provincial police have defended  the fining of a truck driver for wearing a pair of slippers 400 baht while he was behind the wheel as not being excessive…

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Russia-China military exercises to become regular, defense minister says

Joint military exercises by Russia and China will be held regularly, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Wednesday, according to Tass news agency. Shoigu and his Chinese counterpart Wei…

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Barijat and Mangkhut tropical storms to bring heavy rains

Heavy rains are predicted in Thailand’s northern, upper northeastern and western regions, including Bangkok during September 13-18 as a result of two storms, Barijat and Mangkhut, according to the Meteorological…

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Fortune-teller sentenced to 4,355 years in jail for fraud

A well-known fortune-teller, widely known as “Sinsae Shogun”, was sentenced to 4,355 years in prison today after she was found guilty of 871 counts of fraud charges by the Criminal…

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Two rangers killed and 4 others seriously injured in Pattani ambush

Two para-military rangers were killed and four others seriously wounded in an ambush by a group of armed men, which was followed by a gun fight in Nong Chik district…

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Heavy rain and river overflows warning to Mekong bordering provinces during Sept 13-14

Northern and northeastern provinces along the Mekong River have been warned by the Meteorological Department to brace for heavy rain and river overflows during September 13-14 as an indirect effect…

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Cabinet endorses two tramway projects for Chiang Mai, Phuket and Phang-nga

The Cabinet today gave a greenlight to the Mass Rapid Transit Authority’s two light rail transit or tramway projects – one in Chiang Mai and the other in Phang-nga and…

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Alleged rape victim warns tourists to stay away from Koh Tao

A 19-year-old British teenager has stood by her claim that she was drugged, robbed and raped during her vacation on Koh Tao in June and warned people to stay from…

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General Prawit defends girls group BNK48 for supporting government work

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan this morning came to the defence of members of Thailand’s best known all-girls music group BNK48 who were attacked by anti-junta critics for appearing…

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Vendor behind 90-million-baht lottery hoax arrested

The lottery vendor who falsely claimed he had sold a set of 15 lottery tickets allegedly winning the first-prize jackpot of 90 million baht to a customer surrendered to police…

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Thai film to retell Tham Luang cave rescue drama

A Thai film retelling the dramatic story of the Tham Luang cave rescue operation will start filming in November, the Bangkok Post reported this morning.   Titled “Nang Non” in…

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Two elephants found dead in Kaeng Krachan park

A wild elephant and its baby were found dead near a reservoir in Kaeng Krachan national park in Phetchaburi province. A team of park officials and a veterinarian from the…

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Arrest warrant out for lottery vendor over 90-million-baht prize hoax

The Samut Sakhon provincial court has issued a warrant for the arrest of a lottery vendor in Samut Sakhon who falsely claimed he had sold a set of 15 lottery…

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Heavy rain warning for Sunday-Monday

The Meteorological Department issued a warning today of widespread rain and isolated heavy rain in the lower northern, lower northeastern, central, eastern and upper southern regions on Sunday and Monday….

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No long-range missiles, North Korea military parade features floats and flowers

PYONGYANG (Reuters) – With no long-range missiles on display, North Korea staged a military parade on Sunday focused on peace and economic development, filled with colored balloons and flowers to…

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Red face for the media over fake 90-million-baht lottery jackpot

It appears that social media users and even most of the mainstream media have fallen victim to a hoax by a lottery vendor in Samut Sakhon who became an instant …

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Obsessive jealousy suggested as motive in Seattle apartment deaths

The uncle of a Thai student stabbed to death in a Seattle apartment room was once physically assaulted by her elder roommate when they lived together in Boston. The two…

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Trump ups ante on China, threatens duties on nearly all imports

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump warned on Friday he was ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports into the United States, threatening duties…

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Princess Soamsawali’s condition improves: Royal Household Bureau

The health condition of Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali has improved satisfactorily, but doctors at the Chulalongkorn Hospital have advised her to remain at the hospital for another period of…

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Leaks from sewers suspected to cause flooding in road tunnel in Prawet district

Prawet district officials have discovered water being leaked out of sewers into road tunnel where a businesswoman was drowned in her pickup truck trapped in the flooded tunnel in Prawet…

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Weatherman warns of heavy rain from tomorrow until Monday

The Meteorological Department on Thursday issued a warning of widespread heavy rain with isolated very heavy rain from Friday until Monday in most parts of Thailand, including Bangkok Metropolis. In…

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Three Thai business executives die in helicopter crash in Czech Republic

Three Thai business people and a Czech company executive were killed when a helicopter in which they four were travelling during a company’s visit crashed in a town about 90…

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Journalists in Mandalay show their solidarity with, and call for the release of Reuters journalists Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo, who were convicted to seven years’ imprisonment on Monday. / Zaw Zaw / The Irrawaddy

Myanmar media groups condemn Reuters journalists’ jailing

MANDALAY (The Irrawaddy) — Nine Myanmar journalist networks issued a joint statement on Tuesday condemning the verdict of the two Reuters reporters and urging the government to do everything possible…

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Prosecutor defers decision on Krisda Mahanakorn case against Panthongtae

The special public prosecutor has deferred a decision on the money laundering case against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s only son, Pangthongtae “Oak”, and two trusted aides until October 10….

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How many monitor lizards at Lumpini Park? It depends on whose count

The Bangkok Metroplitan Administration has no objection to a plan of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation to hold an exhibition of monitor lizards in the Lumpini…

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Hundreds stranded as Purple Line train service disrupted during evening rush hours

Several hundreds of mostly office workers were stranded at Taopoon train station of the Purple Line train this evening after its service was temporarily suspended due to technical problems. Many…

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