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Make clarifications timely, easy, fun and extendable to counter fake news – Taiwan’s Digital Minister

Taiwan’s Digital Minister, Audrey Tang said, at the International Conference on Fake News, being held in Bangkok today (June 17th), that creating an online tool with fast access will boost…

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6-month free trial Bang Wa-Tha Chang ferry service launched Monday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the Marine Department today (June 17th) launched a new route for passenger boat services, a trial run between Bang Wa (Khlong Phasi Charoen) and…

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Organizations join to deter fake news

Eight organizations are holding a joint “International Conference on Fake News” on Monday, June 17th at the Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok, to address the damage being done to society by…

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One tonne of Ice seized at container yard in Si Racha district

Police and narcotic suppression officials seized about one tonne of crystal methamphetamine, or Ice, worth an estimated two billion baht at street prices, in a container yard in Si Racha…

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Poll – Majority want new government to prioritize bread and butter problems

More than 80% of people sampled have identified the addressing of “bread and butter” problems as the first priority for the new government, said Dr. Noppadol Kannikar, director of Super…

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Weatherman warns of heavy rains in most parts of Thailand

The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) is forecasting more rain today (June 16th) due to a strengthening southwestern monsoon over the Andaman Sea and a low pressure cell covering northern Vietnam,…

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Rock singer turned runner Toon Bodyslam takes to the streets again

Artiwara “Toon” Kongmalai, who rose to national hero status in Thailand when he led a 2,215km, 55-day charity run and raised 1.37 billion baht for state hospitals in 2017, donned…

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Underground “monkey cheeks” proposed to ease flooding in Bangkok

Underground “monkey cheeks”, or flood water retention basins, could help ease flood problems in Bangkok and this innovation can be implemented immediately, according to Professor Suchatvee Suwansawat, president of the…

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Officials seize Bt80m of fake Botox, stem cells and fillers in Bangkok

More than 400,000 items of fake Botox, stem cells and breast enhancement injectables, worth an estimated 80 million baht, were seized by Department of Special Investigation police and officials from…

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Number of young Thais with major depressive disorder increasing – DOMH

Thailand’s Department of Mental Health expressed concern on Wednesday (June 12) that the number of Thai teenagers and young adults suffering from major depressive disorder (MDD) is on the increase,…

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Police seize 596kgs of Ice in Chainat province

Thai police seized a massive 596kg haul of crystal methamphetamine, or Ice, from a lorry and pickup truck in Manorom district of the central province of Chainat on Wednesday. The…

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Academic suggests prostitution laws need change to be in line with reality

Law lecturer Akawat Laowonsiri said on Wednesday (June 12) at a seminar entitled “Review of the prevention and suppression of prostitution laws project”, held at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus,…

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Majority surveyed doubt Future Forward’s claim of bribe offer – Nida Poll

More than half of the respondents to a Nida Poll, undertaken by the National Institute of Development Administration, do not believe the recent claim by the Future Forward party that…

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SSO offers more retirement savings options for the self-employed

Social Security Office (SSO)  secretary-general Ananchai Uthaipattanacheep said on June 11th that the self-employed will have two options when choosing their benefit package to ensure increased savings when they reach…

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Nimmanhaemin Rd. chosen as pilot to transform Chiang Mai into a smart city

Nimmanhaemin Road in Chiang Mai has been chosen as the location for the pilot project in the transformation of this northern province, famous for its rich culture, into a smart…

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65 Rohingya people found on shore at Koh Rawi, Satun

Tarutao National Park Chief, Kanchanapan Kamhaeng, reports that 65 Rohingya were found today (June 11th) on Koh Rawi in Thailand’s Satun province after their boat’s engine broke down. One Thai…

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Premchai given one-year prison term on bribery charge

Construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta was this morning (Tuesday) sentenced to one-year in prison, without suspension, after he was found guilty of bribery, in connection with the illegal hunting scandal in…

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Dengue situation in Thailand’s Northeast likely to worsen this year

Dengue fever in Thailand’s northeastern region is likely to become more serious this year, particularly in Nakhon Ratchasima province where more than 1,400 people have been diagnosed as suffering from…

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Evacuation plan for downtown Ratchaburi during disposal of WWII bombs

People living in the “danger zone”, soon to be declared in Thailand’s central province of Ratchaburi, will be evacuated to facilitate the disposal of seven World War Two bombs, which…

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Chula’s royally-planted 57-year-old Chamchuri tree felled in Friday’s storms

On Chulalongkorn University’s Facebook page on Saturday (June 8th) it was announced that a rain tree or “Chamchuri”, a 57-year-old symbol of the university, was felled by the strong winds…

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Nida and Suan Dusit polls give conflicting results on the government’s life span

A Dusit poll indicates that 73.65% those surveyed believe that a Palang Pracharat-led coalition government will last no more than a year, whereas 44.11% of respondents to a Nida Poll…

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Prepare for stormy weather across Thailand, warn weathermen

The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) forecast on Sunday (June 9th) that skies over Bangkok and its suburbs will be cloudy, bringing heavy downpours or thunderstorms across 60% of the area. …

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Bangkok hit with 100-160mm of rainfall, causing widespread flooding

Heavy rain doused Bangkok yesterday afternoon, pouring an average of 100mm of rainwater on the capital for more than two hours. The deluge caused widespread flooding and a rush hour…

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Rescued baby dugong “Marium” misses mom, says veterinarian

“Marium”, a six-month-old baby dugong, a species of the same order as the manatee, was accidentally separated from and now misses her mom. She clings to an orange canoe with…

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Fumigation in Ratchaburi after 14 Singaporeans contract Chikungunya fever

Health officials have conducted fumigation operations in communities, schools and hospitals in Thailand’s central province of Ratchaburi after 14 Singaporean students and teachers on a study tour became ill from…

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Heavy downpours batter Bangkok on Friday afternoon

Bangkok city center and its suburbs were hit by strong winds and heavy rain on Friday afternoon (June 7), causing floods and traffic snarl-ups in Chatuchak Weekend Market, Ramkhamhaeng, Phaholyothin,…

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Health warning over use of illegal cannabis extracts

Thailand’s Office of the Narcotics Control Board and the Medical Science Department have warned against the use of illegal cannabis oil or drinks mixed with cannabis extracts because of their…

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Internal Trade Department plans “Blue Flag” hospital chain

The Internal Trade Department is considering recruiting private hospitals, which are known for not overcharging their patients, to form a chain of “Blue Flag” hospitals to provide medical services at…

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Single Bhumjaithai MP abstains from voting for Prayut

Bhumjaithai party leader Anutin Charnvirakul said late Wednesday night that he got hiccups when he found out that one of the party’s MPs, Mr. Siripong Angkasakulkiat, representing Si Sa Ket…

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Thanathorn: “We were robbed of victory!”

Defiant Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has announced that the pro-democracy alliance has not conceded defeat but, he says, they were robbed of their victory as he vowed to…

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Court awards five winning lottery tickets to retired police officer 

The Kanchanaburi provincial court today dismissed the ownership claim, to five first-prize winning lottery tickets worth 30 million baht made by a school teacher, on the grounds that there was…

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Six pro-Prayut parties announce their commitment to form government

The Palang Pracharat party and its five coalition partners formally announced their commitment this afternoon to form a coalition government, with General Prayut Chan-o-cha as their prime minister. Core members…

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Fire at Laem Chabang raises questions about the EEC

The recent fire on a container ship at Laem Chabang Port has raised concerns over the environmental impact of the Laem Chabang Phase 3 expansion, which is designed to link…

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Palang Pracharat to announce formation of its coalition government tomorrow

The Palang Pracharat party will join fiveother parties to announce the formal formation of a coalition government tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Sukosol hotel. Palang Pracharat party leader Uttama Savanayana and party…

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Chuan says no time limit on debate in parliament over senator selection

Members of parliament will be given all the time they need to debate the issue of the controversial selection process for senators in the joint parliament meeting to elect the…

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PM leads Thai people in merit-making for HM the Queen on her birthday

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha led cabinet ministers and their spouses, government officials and members of the public in making merit by presenting alms to 410 monks at Sanam Luang this…

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Anti-junta activist Ja New attacked again by unidentified men

Well known anti-junta activist Sirawith Seritiwat, alias Ja New, was attacked by five unidentified men at a bus stop on Ratchadapisek road in Bangkok on Sunday night, which he later…

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Fire breaks out at Chatuchak Weekend Market on Sunday evening

The Chatuchak Weekend Market Facebook page reported that the fire started in Soi Project 22 at about 9.20pm. More than 20 shops are reported to have been damaged.   Fire…

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(Photo) The building where the shooting took place in Virginia Beach

Disgruntled city worker kills 12 in Virginia beach resort; suspect also killed

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (Reuters) – A disgruntled public utility employee opened fire with a handgun on co-workers at a municipal building in Virginia on Friday afternoon, killing 12 people and…

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Wildlife groups want review of regulations on elephant exports 

Wildlife conservation groups and Chart Thai Pattana MP Nikorn Chamnong oppose the export of Thai elephants and are demanding that the Commerce Ministry review its elephant export regulations. Opposition to…

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Book stores to reduce use of plastic wraps by half

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), the Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT) and book stores on Friday, May 31st launched a campaign called “Aan Rak Lok:…

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Phu Kradeung National Park to close June 1st to September 30th

Chief of Phu Kradeung National Park, Sombat Phimprasit, announced on Friday (May 31) that the park will be closed between June 1st and September 30th. Tourists will neither be admitted nor…

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Administrative Court goes online to provide 24-hour service to public

The Administrative Court has taken a major step ahead of Thailand’s other courts by launching an online system through which members of the public can lodge complaints or petitions, 24/7….

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New forestry law has harsher penalties for encroachers and illegal loggers

Forest encroachers caught clearing land or burning trees, in any of Thailand’s national parks or gardens, in order to occupy the land, will soon face jail terms of up to…

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Two female car vandals given suspended prison terms and 12,000 baht fines

Two female car vandals, who made headlines last year for using an axe and spade to vandalize a pickup truck which parked in front of their house, were today given…

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Law to protect patients from private hospital overcharging now in effect

Patients can, from now on, expect reasonable prices for treatment at private hospitals and can demand that private hospitals provide an estimate of their treatment costs, including the prices of…

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South Korean ship owner fined 50,000 baht for chemical fire at Laem Chabang

The Port Authority of Thailand (PAT) has initially slapped a 50,000 baht fine on the South Korean owner of a container ship which caught fire at Laem Chabang deep-sea port…

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Democrats set constitutional change as condition for joining Palang Pracharat coalition

The Democrat party has set constitutional amendments as conditions for joining the Palang Pracharat-led coalition, party spokesman Ramet Rattanachaweng said today.  Prime Minister Prayut has indicated his acceptance of the…

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HM Queen Sirikit returns from hospital to Chitralada palace

Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has returned to the Chitralada Palace today after being discharged from Chulalongkorn hospital following treatment for a urinary tract infection, the Bureau of the Royal Household…

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ASEAN parliamentarian group calls for end to judicial harassment of Thai politicians

The Jakarta-based ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR) released a statement yesterday (May 27) calling on the Thai authorities to end their harassment of Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit…

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(Photo) Rescue workers operate at the site where sixteen people were injured in a suspected stabbing by a man, in Kawasaki, Japan May 28, 2019. in this photo released by Kyodo. Mandatory credit Kyodo/via REUTERS

Thirteen schoolgirls among those wounded in Japan stabbing: Kyodo

TOKYO (Reuters) – Thirteen schoolgirls and three adults were injured in a suspected stabbing by a man just outside the Japanese capital of Tokyo on Tuesday, Kyodo news agency said….

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Democrat party formally invited to join Palang Pracharat coalition

The pro-Prayut Palang Pracharat party’s invitation to the Democrats was extended by party leader Uttama Savanayana and core party members, namely Somsak Thepsuthin, Suriya Juangroongruangkit and party secretary-general Sontirat Sontijirawong,…

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Thai army honors General Prem with national flag draped over his remains

The body of Thailand’s statesman General Prem Tinsulanonda will be covered by the Thai national flag as it is to be moved from Phra Mongkulklao hospital to Wat Benjamaborpit at…

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Future Forward scores landslide win in Chiang Mai’s election re-run

The Future Forward party won an additional constituency seat in the election re-run in Constituency 8 of Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Mai on Sunday, bringing its total House seats…

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(Photo) Prem Tinsulanonda was hailed as a stabilising force by allies but loathed by critics as a conservative underminer of democracy in the kingdom /AFP

International media report death of statesman Prem Tinsulanonda

Recognized as one of Thailand’s most influential political figures, Gen Prem Tinsulanonda’s death was reported worldwide. Singapore’s Straits Times said, “Born in the southern Songkhla province in 1920, 12 years…

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PCD officials search for source of chemicals after fire at Laem Chabang port

Pollution Control Department officials are investigating the cause of the chemical fire on board a freighter at Laem Chabang deep-sea port in Thailand’s eastern province of Chon Buri.    They…

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Phetchabun people oppose renewed gold exploration

Anti-gold mining groups gathered in Nong Pai district of Thailand’s northern province of Phetchabun on Saturday to oppose any mining-related activities after it was reported that a mining company has…

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Bikers stage last ‘Rolling Thunder’ to honor missing US soldiers

Washington (AFP) – Thousands of bikers, many of them Vietnam War veterans, converged Saturday on the US capital for what is billed as their last national “Rolling Thunder” ride in…

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Who’s going to lose their job?

The possibility of humans being defeated by an android does not only exist in the movie. Earlier this year, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society listed seven jobs that may…

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Shane Lin (L) and Marc Yuan kiss before signing their marriage certificate in Taiwan’s first same-sex wedding.

Taiwan holds first gay marriages in historic day for Asia

Taiwan’s first official same-sex weddings kicked off Friday in a landmark moment for LGBT rights in Asia as gay couples took the historic step of registering as married, the culmination…

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Mingkwan quits as New Economics party leader

Mingkwan Saengsuwan has called it quits as leader of the New Economics party, but still retains his status as a party-list MP, claiming that he has already fulfilled his responsibilities…

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Charter Court suspends Thanathorn from performing duties as an MP

Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongkit’s promising political career came to a sudden halt today when the Constitutional Court suspended his role as a member of parliament pending a final…

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“Cannabis Walk Thailand” starts in Phichit province

Campaigners for easier access to medicinal cannabis began their 268km “Cannabis Walk Thailand” today at Wachiraphotiyarn Monastery in the northern province of Phichit. The march will end at Wat Bang…

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Thai film industry remains resilient despite obstacles

The Thai government hopes that the presence of Thai cinema at the Cannes Film Festival this year will boost the Thai film industry after another good of the Thai movies…

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Back-to-school spending headache: the cost of parenting

As millions of students are going back to school this month, parents are spending billions of baht to get their children ready for the new semester.    Several economic thinktanks…

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Swimming ban lifted in Pattaya – city has no long-term waste water solution

A ban on swimming in the sea off Thailand’s famous Pattaya resort has been lifted after the condition of the sea water returned to normal with no black and foul-smelling…

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About 23,000 young corals being relocated from Maya Bay

Park officials at the famous Maya Bay, in Thailand’s southern province of Krabi, are busily relocating about 23,000 young corals from the shallows into deeper water to prevent them from…

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(Photo) Logos of the Chinese telecome group Huawei is diplayed during the Vivatech startups and innovation fair, in Paris on May 16, 2019./AFP

Exclusive: Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist – source

Exclusive: Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist – source NEW YORK (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc’s Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware,…

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Fishermen in Trang province boycott Marine and Coastal Resources Dpt.

Fishermen in Thailand’s southern province of Trang have boycotted the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources to protest against the arrest of one of their leaders, whom they claim is…

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2-year campaign to include sexual diversity in school curricula succeeds

Change.org reported on its website on Saturday that its campaign to introduce LGBT education in health and physical activity curricula, starting at Grade 1, has proved successful and will be…

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Tourists warned not to swim in polluted sea off Pattaya

Tourists visiting Thailand’s Pattaya resort town have been advised not to swim in the sea, especially off the Na Chom Thian beach, after the sea in the area turned black…

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Critically ill Karen tribesman flown from Thungyai sanctuary to hospital

A Karen tribesman, suffering life-threatening acute diarrhea, was airlifted by police helicopter from his cottage deep in the jungle of Thungyai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary in Kanchanaburi to the Sangkhla Buri…

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Internet star Grumpy Cat dies at age of seven

Internet star “Grumpy Cat” has died at the age of seven, her owners said early Friday. “We are unimaginably heartbroken to announce the loss of our beloved Grumpy Cat,” they…

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(Photo) AFP: Gay marriage supporters cheered as it emerged lawmakers had approved much of their demands

In first for Asia, Taiwan lawmakers back same-sex marriage

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage on Friday, as thousands of demonstrators outside parliament cheered and waved rainbow flags, despite deep divisions…

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(Photo) AFP: Architect I.M. Pei poses with the architectural model of the Louvre Pyramid in Paris in 1985

Architect I.M. Pei dies at age 102

(Reuters) – I.M. Pei, whose modern designs and high-profile projects made him one of the best-known and most prolific architects of the 20th century, has died, the New York Times…

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The Nation newspaper to cease publication on June 28th

After 48 years The Nation, one of the two English-language newspapers in Thailand, will end its print edition with its last issue scheduled for June 28th. Nation Multimedia Group CEO…

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Photo: (AFP) A security guard stands next to Jeff Koons’ “Rabbit”, a stainless steel casting of an inflatable rabbit that sold at auction for $91.1 million.

Jeff Koons ‘Rabbit’ sculpture sets $91.1 million record for a living artist

(Reuters) – A 1986 “Rabbit” sculpture by American pop artist Jeff Koons sold for $91.1 million in New York on Wednesday, a record price for a work by a living…

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Compromise may save expressway authority from paying sky high fees to expressway operator

The Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) board has agreed to extend the concession period of NECL, a subsidiary of Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company (BEM), to operate two expressways…

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Jurin Laksasnavisit takes the helm of Democrat party

Democrat acting party leader Jurin Laksanavisit was today chosen as the new party leader, succeeding Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva who resigned in late March after the party suffered a humiliating defeat…

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Campaign launched to restore dignity of Thailand’s only infamous cannibal

More than 10,000 people have signed up in support of a change.org campaign for the removal of the mummified body of Mr. Si Quey sae Oeng, Thailand’s only alleged cannibal,…

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Facebook tightens live-streaming in crackdown on violence

Facebook will bar “dangerous” people from posting live videos on its platform, in response to the livestream of the March 2019 mosque massacre in New Zealand Facebook announced Wednesday it…

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DPM Somkid holds urgent meeting re impact of US-China trade war on Thai exports

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak called an urgent meeting of his economic team at Government House today to assess the impact on Thai exports of the latest moves in…

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Philippines gives thumbs up to Duterte as loyalists dominate mid-term vote

MANILA (Reuters) – Allies of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte have dominated a mid-term Senate election according to unofficial results on Tuesday, indicating growing support for the maverick leader and broad…

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Trump and Xi to meet after defiant China hits U.S. with new tariffs

WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he would meet Chinese President Xi Jinping next month as the trade war between the world’s two largest economies intensified,…

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Bhumjaithai will not vote for Prayut’s PM nomination if Palang Pracharat get fewer than 251 votes – Anutin

The Bhumjaithai party has made clear that it will not support General Prayut Chan-o-cha as the next prime minister if the Palang Pracharat-led coalition alliance does not control at least…

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Philippines votes in polls expected to strengthen Duterte

Filipinos headed to the polls on Monday in a vote that is expected to strengthen President Rodrigo Duterte’s grip on power, opening the way for him to deliver on pledges…

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11 small parties to formally announce their stand on new government

Eleven small and lesser known parties are due to hold a Press conference this afternoon (Monday), at the Centara Grand Central Plaza Hotel, to announce their joint position regarding the…

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Impacts from government’s economic stimulus package minimal: NIDA Poll

 In spite of the government’s efforts to stimulate economic growth by launching a series of measures, their impacts on the market may be minimal largely because consumers have not regained…

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Thai troops intercept large haul of ketamine and kill four drug couriers

Thai government troops shot and killed four drug couriers and seized more than 300kg of ketamine, a narcotic, on Saturday night in a maize plantation near a border river in…

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Rainy season to start next week

After more than two months of unusually hot weather in most parts of the country, which saw temperatures rise to over 40 degrees Celsius in several northern and northeastern provinces,…

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PM fires lottery board

Thailand’s Government Lottery Office board, chaired by Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Kongsompong, has been removed by an executive order issued by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in his capacity as head of the National…

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PM claims politicians exploiting oil palm price problem to discredit government

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has accused some politicians of distorting the problem of oil palm prices to create the impression that his government is not helping oil palm farmers in Thailand’s southern provinces, said deputy government spokesman Lt-Gen Weerachon…

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Seven struggling digital TV channels return licenses

Operators of seven struggling digital TV channel today returned their licenses to the broadcast regulator, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), bringing the number of digital TV channels still operating in Thailand down from 22 to just 15. Letters expressing intent to withdraw…

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Prawit defends appointment of Gen Prayut’s brother as senator

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan today defended the appointment of retired General Preecha Chan-o-cha, the younger brother of Prime Minister Prayut, as a senator. He said Gen Preecha is qualified…

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Prayut intervenes in spat between traffic policeman and “judge”

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha today had to intervene to help a traffic police officer in Thailand’s southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat who was abruptly transferred after a spat…

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Democrat party opposes EC’s party-list seat calculation method

The Democrat party has joined two other political parties in voicing their objection to the Election Commission’s formula used in the calculation of party-list seat allocation to parties contesting the…

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Thailand to export elephants after 10-year ban

After a decade long ban on the export of Thai elephants, Thailand’s Foreign Trade Department has eased restrictions to pave way for the export of the protected species for non-commercial…

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Appeals court upholds 50-year jail term for ex-TAT governor Juthamas

Thailand’s Appeals Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases has upheld the 50-year prison term imposed on former Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) governor Mrs. Juthamas Siriwan, who was found guilty…

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Charter Court says party-list seat election law calculation constitutional

The Constitutional Court has ruled unanimously that Article 128 of the MP Election Act, regarding the calculation of the 150 party-list seat allocation, is constitutional as it does not conflict with Article 91 of the…

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A joint meeting of the Cabinet and members of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) today. It was the last Cabinet meeting for the 15 ministers who are resigning. — Picture from Government House

Prayut Cabinet to carry on after 15 ministers resign

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha confirmed today that at least 15 members of his Cabinet are resigning to prepare to take up seats in the military-appointed Senate and insisted that…

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