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Rayong hotel closed for disinfection as PM apologizes for mishandling VIP arrivals

The hotel in Thailand’s eastern province of Rayong, where the Egyptian military mission stayed last week, has closed for at least 14 days from today (Tuesday) for a full cleansing…

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Students have their temperatures checked and receive hand sanitiser to disinfect their hands as they arrive at the Makkasan Phitthaya government secondary school in Bangkok on July 1, 2020, as schools reopened after being temporarily closed due to the threat of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. – Children across Thailand, some of whom have been kept at home under self-quarantine by their parents due to coronavirus fears, have now returned to their classrooms as all schools reopen in the country, though authorities recommended that class sizes be restricted to 20-25 students while doorknobs, desks and other areas at risk of spreading infection be sanitised frequently throughout the day. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)

Some Rayong schools closed Tuesday over COVID-19 Egyptian soldier

Six municipal schools and two nurseries in Thailand’s eastern province of Rayong are to be closed from tomorrow (Tuesday) until further notice, as a precautionary measure, after members of an…

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Protests at Chana industrial estate project public hearing 

Opponents of the Chana industrial estate project staged a protest on Saturday morning, in front of Chana Wittaya School in Chana district of Thailand’s southern province of Songkhla, where a…

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Brave teenager fights to save her hometown – and environment

Khairiyah Rahmanyah from the deep South of Thailand may not be as famous as Sweden’s young environmental activist Greta Thunberg, but they both have plenty in common. Not only are…

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Thailand’s Energy Minister Sontirat may join Kla Party

There is speculation that Energy Minister, and former Secretary-General of Thailand’s ruling Palang Pracharat party, Mr. Sontirat Sontijirawong, will join Mr. Korn Chatikavanich’s Kla party around August this year. A…

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Madeline Curry attends a protest with her father outside the Minneapolis 5th Police Precinct while wearing a protective mask that reads “I CAN’T BREATHE”, Saturday, May 30, 2020, in Minneapolis. Protests continued following the death of George Floyd, who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day.

Analysis from medical experts: Floyd’s speech didn’t mean he could breathe

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — As George Floyd repeatedly pleaded “I can’t breathe” to police officers holding him down on a Minneapolis street corner, some of the officers responded by pointing out…

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Students attend the flag-raising ceremony at a secondary school in Bangkok on July 1, 2020, as schools reopened after being temporarily closed due to the threat of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. – Pupils in Thailand returned to school on July 1, though with strict rules to prevent fresh coronavirus outbreaks, as the kingdom pushed towards normality with the pandemic raging on beyond its borders. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)

Thai schools told they cannot arbitrarily cut students’ hair

Thailand’s Ministry of Education has issued a letter, to all schools under its jurisdiction, to abrogate the 1975 regulations, regarding their students’ hair style and length, and to forbid the…

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10 Countries with highest number of COVID-19 infections, as of July 9, 2020

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Cabinet endorses civil partnerships between same-sex couples

Thailand’s Cabinet approved the Civil Partnership Bill and amendments to the Civil and Commercial Code today (Wednesday), both of which aim to legalize same sex partnerships. The bill defines partners…

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No new COVID-19 infections reported in Thailand on Tuesday

Not a single COVID-19 infection, or related fatality, has been recorded in Thailand today (Tuesday), according to the CCSA. The country’s accumulated infections to date are at 3,195, while the…

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PETA accused of cultural racism and double-standards

US-based animal rights protection group PETA has been accused of double standards and cultural racism after it claimed that the use of monkeys in harvesting coconuts in Thailand is cruel,…

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Progressive Movement claims it was slandered over donation disbursement

The Progressive Movement (Kao Na) issued a statement today to defend itself against, what it described as, dirty political slander over its allegedly opaque disbursement of about 7.5 million baht…

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Dr. Thanarak Plipat says Thai people are inviting the return of COVID-19

Thai people are becoming less concerned about the prospect of a second wave of COVID-19 infections and may actually be encouraging the return of the contagion, said Dr. Thanarak Plipat,…

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Travelers can apply for discount air fares and hotel rooms from July 15th

People interested in hotel and air fare discounts can register via www.เราเที่ยวด้วยกัน.com (We Tour Together program) from July 15th, 6am to 9pm, said Mr. Yutthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism…

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Prayut faces tough task of replacing ‘Four Boys’ economics team

Uncertainty hangs over the fate of the “Four Boys” – the quartet of technocrats who run Thailand’s economy – as upheaval in the core coalition party signals a pending Cabinet…

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Five new COVID-19 infections reported today among Thais back from Kuwait

Thailand recorded five new COVID-19 cases today, all among Thais in state quarantine after returning from Kuwait, but no new fatalities. CCSA spokesman, Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin, told a news briefing…

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Ceremony to mark the 2nd anniversary of Tham Luang cave rescue

Many residents of Mae Sai district, of Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai, took part in a merit-making ceremony this morning (Monday) by presenting alms to monks in front of…

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Foreign diplomats invited to see coconuts being picked by monkeys

The Thai Commerce Ministry will invite members of the foreign diplomatic corps to observe the harvesting of coconuts by pigtailed macaque monkeys, in an effort to prove that the process…

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Thailand records five new COVID-19 cases in state quarantine

Thailand recorded five new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, all asymptomatic returnees from abroad in state quarantine. According to the CCSA, the five are two Thai’s from Kuwait and one each…

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People are wearing face masks inside the Jingshen seafood market which has been closed for business after new coronavirus infections were detected, in Beijing, China, June 12, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

China reports eight new coronavirus cases in mainland

BEIJING, July 5 (Reuters) – China reported eight new coronavirus cases in the mainland for July 4, compared with three cases a day earlier, the health authority said on Sunday….

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Ibrahimovic on target as Milan severely dent Lazio title hopes

ROME, July 4 (Reuters) – Veteran forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, starting his first match since the coronavirus stoppage, converted a penalty to help AC Milan to an emphatic 3-0 win at…

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Film fans bid farewell to Thailand’s temple of cinema, Scala

Bangkok’s last surviving standalone cinema – the iconic Scala at Siam Square – is bidding farewell to movie fans this weekend after half a century of ups and downs. With…

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UK supermarkets may ban Thai coconut products over use of monkeys

The Thai Animals Protection Association has urged the Commerce and Agriculture ministries to issue a clarification to British retailers quickly about the use of pigtailed macaques in the harvesting of…

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Thailand’s PM warns opposition MPs not to insult his intelligence

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha hit back at some opposition MPs, from Kao Klai party, on Friday for, what he took as an insult to his and his ministers’ intelligence, their…

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Over 1,700 foreign nationals expected to visit Thailand in August for medical services

More than 1,700 people of 17 nationalities have applied to come to Thailand for medical treatment under medical and wellness programs, said CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin on Friday. Under…

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Investigation into Nonthaburi poisonings reveals huge illicit veterinary drugs racket

The investigation into the recent poisoning and robbery of two joggers in Nonthaburi Public Park has led the police and Food and Drug Administration officials to factory, found to be…

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Final curtain call for Bangkok’s Scala theatre this Sunday

After 50 years, the final curtain will come down this Sunday on the Grande Dame of Thailand’s movie theatres, The Scala.   Before the advent of the multiplex, The Scala,…

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Fire guts Pattaya’s landmark Ban Sukhavadi mansion

The dome-shaped building, in the grounds of the Ban Sukhavadi seaside mansion, one of Pattaya’s landmarks, has sustained major damage, estimated about 100 million baht, after it was gutted by…

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Cabinet launches “Rao Thieu Duaykan” program to boost domestic tourism

From July 15th, Thai people can apply for a Government subsidy, to cover part of their hotel and food expenses for travel out of their home provinces, under the “Rao…

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July 27th declared an extra holiday in lieu of Songkran

Thailand’s Cabinet has declared Monday July 27th a public holiday, in lieu of one postponed Songkran day off, government spokeswoman Mrs. Narumon Pinyosinwat said on Tuesday. The extra day off…

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Thailand’s Khurusapha Trade Organization announces mass redundancies

The state-owned Teachers Council of Thailand Trade Organization, or the Khurusapha Trade Organization, today announced the mass layoff of 961 employees, claiming it has operated at a loss for 15…

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Khao Yai Park fully booked as Thailand’s national parks reopen

Khao Yai National Park, in Thailand’s northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, is fully booked until July 5th as it prepares to reopen on July 1st after three months of closure…

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Thailand to allow limited number of foreigners into the country again

Thailand’s CCSA has agreed to reopen the country’s borders gradually, initially for six groups of foreigners and citizens from Japan, South Korea, China, Singapore and Hong Kong. CCSA spokesman Dr….

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Thailand’s PM defends further extension of national state of emergency

Thailand’s Prime Minister, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, defended Monday’s decision to extend the national state of emergency until end of July, noting that there is still a high risk of a…

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Man faces four charges for killing elephant in rubber plantation

Police have filed four charges against a man who claims that he had shot and killed a bull elephant in self defence, at a rubber plantation in Kui Buri district…

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Princess Chulabhorn recovers from surgery and is discharged from hospital

Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn has recovered from surgery and was discharged from Chulalongkorn Hospital on Saturday, according to the Bureau of the Royal Household. The Princess entered hospital on…

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Security in Nonthaburi park tightened after two joggers poisoned  

Nonthaburi municipal officials were sent to a public park, located in the government complex, to survey sites for the installation of more surveillance cameras on Saturday, after two joggers were…

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NokScoot budget airline to cease operations

The board of the NokScoot budget airline company has decided to cease operations, due to the unfavourable business environment, stemming from fierce competition in the aviation industry and the COVID-19…

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Bangkok’s new landmark, Chao Phraya Sky Park, opens to the public

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has formally opened a new landmark, the Chao Phraya Sky Park, which straddles the Chao Phraya River, linking Bangkok with its sister city, Thonburi. The…

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Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gestures during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, on January 22, 2020. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)

Google tightens privacy settings for new users

Google has begun auto-deleting new users’ search data and location history on a rolling 18-month basis, CEO Sundar Pichai announced, as the tech giant moves to tighten privacy settings.   The tweak was introduced Wednesday…

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Thailand’s reopened nightlife to close at midnight

Entertainment venues, such as bars, pubs, karaoke bars and massage parlors, are expected to be allowed to operate up to midnight, when the CCSA meets on Monday to consider further…

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Draft bill exempting offenders under 12 from punishment endorsed by Cabinet

Thailand’s Cabinet has approved a draft bill seeking to increase the minimum age of criminal offenders from 10 to 12 years old, in accordance with the UN Convention on the…

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Official Lampang poll result postponed pending probe into alleged vote buying

Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) has postponed the declaration of the official result of Sunday’s by-election, in the northern province of Lampang, until next week, due to allegations of vote buying….

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Huge cache of military weapons seized near Myanmar border

Police have seized a large cache of war weapons, including 33 M16 and AK47 assault rifles, M79 grenade launchers and PK general-purpose machineguns, as well as a large amount of…

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Thai durians trigger evacuation of post office in German town

Thai durians caused pandemonium at a post office in a German town in Bavaria, sending six postal workers to hospital and causing the complete evacuation of the facility, according to…

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Cabinet approves July 4 to July 7 as extended religious holidays

Thailand’s Cabinet has designated July 7th as an extra holiday, which will give Thai people religious holidays from July 4th to 7th, including Asalha Puja Day on July 5th. Culture…

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Princess’s missing dog found and reunited with its owner

“Khun Homnuan”, the missing pet dog of Her Royal Highness Princess Siribhachudhaporn, has been found and returned to its owner. In a video, posted on social media today, the Princess…

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Proposed entertainment venue anti-COVID-19 measures if they reopen

A detailed list of measures, which will potentially be applied to pubs, bars and karaoke bars, if they are allowed to resume business on July 1st, has been drawn up…

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CCSA to consider opening Thailand’s borders to limited entry by foreign visitors

Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is to consider opening the country’s borders to allow a limited number of foreigners to enter the country under the proposed travel bubble…

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Thailand today records three new COVID-19 cases among returnees from India

Three Thais, who returned from India on June 15th, are infected with coronavirus, as Thailand has remained free of locally transmitted infections for 28 consecutive days. CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin…

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Princess Siribhachudhaporn pleads for help to find her missing dog

Her Royal Highness Princess Siribhachudhaporn has sought help from the public to locate her pet dog, which has been missing from the K9 dog training school at the 41st Air…

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Whistle-blowing army NCO to face desertion charge

Army Sergeant Narongchai Intharakavee, aka “Moo Arm”, who exposed alleged corruption in the Army Ordnance Department, is due to appear before judge advocate officers on Monday, to face a desertion…

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Jirayuth Latthivongskorn, a Thai DACA recipient, gives a statement after the Supreme Court’s DACA hearing. – Photo courtesy of VOA

Thai among “dreamers” celebrating US court ruling over DACA

A 30-year-old Thai who has just completed his medical studies in the US is among hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants who are now celebrating a historical decision by the…

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Thai commercial banks asked to suspend interim dividends and share buybacks

The Bank of Thailand has asked commercial banks to suspend interim dividend payments for this year and to delay share buybacks, in order to maintain strong capital reserves to help…

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Banyin attempts suicide in prison after discovery of failed escape plan

Thailand’s former deputy commerce minister, Banyin Tangphaporn, tried to commit suicide while on remand at Bang Khwang maximum security prison last Friday, after prison officials uncovered alleged plots to kidnap…

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Prawit to be invited to head Palang Pracharat party on Tuesday

Members of Thailand’s ruling Palang Pracharat party will go to Government House on Tuesday to invite Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan to become the new party leader, replacing Mr. Uttama…

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Two baby elephants electrocuted in a fruit orchard in Chanthaburi province

Two baby elephants appear to have been electrocuted, in Tha Mai district of the eastern province of Chanthaburi, when they touched an electric fence, erected by a fruit orchard owner…

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US virus outbreaks stir clash over masks, personal freedom

PHOENIX (AP) — When the coronavirus flared in China’s capital this week, Beijing canceled flights, suspended reopenings and described the situation as “extremely grave.” But with cases rising in some…

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Parks Dept. defends dismantling of Bombay Burma building in Phrae province

Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has apologized to the people of the northern province of Phrae for the recent dismantling of a colonial-style building in Chetawan…

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CARE group formally debuted to provide an alternative for Thai people

A brand-new activist group, which aims to bring together all sectors of Thai society to help move Thailand forward and through the most critical period it has ever encountered, formally…

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People walk in a street food market in Bangkok on June 9, 2020. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

Cabinet rolls out support for those who missed out on previous subsidy schemes

Thailand’s Cabinet has rolled out four new schemes to help people affected by business closures caused by COVID-19 and who missed out on previous aid packages. The new measures will…

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Game and internet café operators petition for resumption of business

Thailand’s internet and game cafés have petitioned the Government to allow them to resume operations after almost three months of closure. The operators said, in a letter to the Complaints…

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RTAF to launch its first satellite this Friday from French Guiana

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) will launch its first satellite into the space this Friday from the Ariane Launch Area 1 in French Guiana, a territory of the French…

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Highways Department to improve bus shelters in Si Sa Ket province

The chief of the Highways Department has promised to make changes to several bus shelters, along the Si Sa Ket-Wang Hin highway, after they were criticized on social media for…

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Phuket airport to reopen to domestic flights on Saturday

Phuket international airport will resume domestic operations tomorrow, after being closed since April 10th, as part of the lockdown measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Initially, the airport was…

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More heavy rains anticipated in Thailand

Thai people have been warned to brace for more and isolated heavy rain, from tomorrow (Saturday) until next Tuesday, due to the impact of a depression over the upper South…

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DSI submits reports on Forex-3D investment scam to prosecutors

After seven months of investigation into the Forex-3D investment scam, Thailand’s Department of Special Investigation (DSI) today submitted 434 case files to the special public prosecutors handling the case. DSI…

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Thailand’s 127 national parks to reopen on July 1st

Many of Thailand’s 127 national parks are to reopen, either fully or partially, as of July 1st, after three months of closure.   Mr. Jongklai Worapongsathorn, deputy director-general of the…

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This photo taken on June 3, 2020 shows Thai Elephant Alliance director Theerapat Trungprakan giving a treat to an elephant who is temporarily chained as other elephants undergo treatment for health issues, in Mae Chaem district in the northern Thai province of Chiang Mai, where hundreds of elephants returned from various tourist camps since the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus. – As the coronavirus pandemic paralysed global travel, Thailand’s some 3,000 domesticated elephants working in amusement parks or “sanctuaries” have been unemployed since the closure of camps in mid-March. With their incomes vanished and risk of starvation growing, more than 1,000 elephants and their mahouts have returned to their villages in the past two months. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP) / To go with ‘THAILAND-HEALTH-VIRUS-ANIMAL-TOURISM,FOCUS’ by Pitcha DANGPRASITH and Sophie DEVILLER

Thai elephants’ mass migration to village brings new stress

A thousand elephants threatened by starvation have journeyed through the hills of northern Thailand, making a slow migration home from tourist sites forced shut by the pandemic.   Home for…

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Famous Thai actor and director Sarunyu dies of liver cancer age 59

One of Thailand’s best known actor/directors, Sarunyu “Tua” Wongkrajang, died of liver cancer at Chulalongkorn Hospital on Wednesday. He was 59. Trained as an architect at Chulalongkorn University, Sarunyu’s heart…

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Public Health Ministry to look into kickback allegations in hospitals

Thailand’s public health minister has promised to look into allegations that many of the Ministry’s 186 hospitals have received kickbacks from pharmaceutical companies for buying their products. Minister Anutin Charnvirakul…

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Thai Foreign Minister says Government cannot do anything about Wanchalerm’s case

Thailand’s Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai told Parliament today that the best that the Thai government can do, regarding the disappearance of exiled Thai activist Wanchalerm Satsaksit, is to ask the…

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Couple each sentenced to 1,446 years for defrauding the public

The two owners of a seafood restaurant in Bangkok were today each sentenced to 1,446 years in prison by the Criminal Court, after they were found guilty of defrauding the…

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Cambodia to probe Thai activist’s disappearance in Phnom Penh

Cambodian police will launch an investigation into the disappearance of exiled Thai political activist Wanchalerm Satsaksit, who was abducted in front of his apartment in Phnom Penh last Thursday. Spokesman…

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Transgender students officially recognized at Thammasat U.

Thailand’s Thammasat University has taken a big step in the recognition and promotion of the rights of transgender students on campus. An announcement, issued and signed by Associate Professor Kesinee…

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Thai Embassy reports 38 Thais in Egypt infected with coronavirus

Thirty-eight Thai citizens in Egypt have been infected with COVID-19, with only one having recovered, according to the Thai Embassy in Cairo today. The Embassy reports that, on Saturday, it…

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Decision on reopening of Thailand’s national parks expected this Friday

Thailand’s Natural Resources and Environment Minister,Woravuth Silpa-archa, will meet with senior officials from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation this Friday to decide which national parks can…

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Body found on Samui Island may be missing Ukrainian woman

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a decomposing female body, believed to be that of a missing Ukrainian tourist, found in a forest on Samui Island yesterday….

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Some of Thailand’s national parks to reopen next week

Some of Thailand’s national parks are to reopen to the public next week, after more than two months of closure to stem the spread of COVID-19. Minister of Natural Resources…

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Phuket beaches to reopen on Tuesday

After more than two months’ of closure, all beaches on the island of Phuket will be reopened to the public on Tuesday. Phuket Provincial Governor Pakkapong Thaweepat said the provincial…

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Thailand’s first infected cabbie recalls his experience of stigmatization

The first Thai taxi driver to be infected with COVID-19 has recalled the stigmatization he experienced and pleaded with members of the public to open their minds and not shun…

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Officials to check land claimed by ex-Future Forward party leader’s mother

Officials from the Forestry Department, and police from the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Division (NREC), will conduct another field inspection of 77 land plots in the Chom Boeng district…

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Exiled Thai political activist abducted by gunmen in Phnom Penh

Human Rights Watch’s Asia division urged Cambodian authorities today to explain immediately the disappearance of an exiled Thai political activist, who is reported to have been abducted by armed men…

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People enjoy the beach in Pattaya on June 1, 2020. – People flocked back to some of Thailand’s famed sandy beaches June 1, keeping well apart but enjoying the outdoors, as authorities lifted coronavirus restrictions for the first time in more than two months. (Photo by Mladen ANTONOV / AFP)

CCSA identifies 12 activities which could have COVID-19 restrictions eased

Twelve potential business and leisure activities are next in line to resume in the fourth phase of lockdown easing in July, with CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin saying today that…

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This combination of photos provided by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office in Minnesota on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, shows Derek Chauvin, from left, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao. Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder of George Floyd, a black man who died after being restrained by him and the other Minneapolis police officers on May 25. Kueng, Lane and Thao have been charged with aiding and abetting Chauvin.

Prosecutors charge 3 more officers in George Floyd’s death

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prosecutors charged three more police officers Wednesday in the death of George Floyd and filed a new, tougher charge against the officer at the center of the…

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Child nursery operators appeal for permission to reopen

Operators of more than 80 privately owned children’s nurseries today lodged an appeal with the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration, through the Office of the Permanent Secretary of the PM’s…

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Businessman sentenced to four years for DUI fatal accident

The Supreme Court has upheld the 4-year prison sentence handed down by a lower court to a businessman who, under the influence of methamphetamines, rammed his Mercedes Benz into the…

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Motorists stop at a traffic light road intersection in Bangkok on June 1, 2020. (Photo by Romeo GACAD / AFP)

Culture Ministry proposes holidays from July 4th to 9th for Songkran celebrations

Thailand’s Ministry of Culture will propose, to the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), the declaration of special public holidays, from July 4th to 9th, for belated Songkran celebrations, which…

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July Songkran celebrations a possibility

Thai people may, belatedly, be able to celebrate the traditional Thai New Year, or Songkran, in July if the third phase of the easing of lockdown restrictions this month goes…

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DPM Somkid reiterates the need for Thailand to borrow one trillion baht

Thailand’s Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Dr. Somkid Jatusripitak, told Parliament today of the need to borrow one trillion baht to cushion the economic impacts of COVID-19, because existing…

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