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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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EC announces election results in 349 constituencies

More than six weeks after Thailand held one of its most important general elections, the Election Commission today finally announced its official results for 349 constituencies and nationwide and endorsed…

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Pipope Panitchpakdi, deputy director general of Thai PBS (left), and Nattaya Weaweerakoupt, deputy news director of Thai PBS, discuss with Liam Cochrane, ABC Australia’s Southeast Asia correspondent, on their documentary on the dramatic Tham Luang cave rescue during a session moderated by Thai PBS news anchor Nattha Komolvadhin.

INPUT 2019 highlights role of public broadcasting

One of the world’s leading events for public broadcasters and documentary film producers, “INPUT 2019”, opened this morning in Bangkok under the theme “storytelling in the public interest”. The forum brings together…

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About 60 NLA members to resign to join Senate

About 60 members of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) are expected to tender their resignations in the next two days to be ready to join the military-appointed Senate. NLA vice…

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First detailed mapping of Tham Luang cave begins

A team of local and foreign cave experts has been exploring the Tham Luang- Khunnam Nang Non cave, in the Mae Sai district of Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai, with the mission to create the first detailed map of the cave…

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Trump vows tariff hike on Chinese goods, escalating tension in trade talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump has dramatically increased pressure on China to reach a trade deal, saying he would hike U.S. tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods…

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Thai PBS’s Tham Luang documentary to shine at INPUT event

A documentary on the extraordinary cave rescue at Tham Luang in Chiang Rai that captivated people worldwide last year produced by Thai PBS will be one of the highlights at…

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Two dead as monster cyclone batters eastern India

Two people died Friday after Cyclone Fani slammed into eastern India, officials said, as the storm sent coconut trees flying, blew away food stands and cut off power and water….

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Fans snatch up reservations for Disneyland Star Wars park

Reservations for Disneyland’s new Star Wars theme park filled up within two hours of going online Thursday as fans raced to be the first to experience the attraction based on…

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Malaysia frees Vietnamese woman accused in killing of North Korean leader’s half-brother

A Vietnamese woman who spent more than two years in a Malaysian prison on suspicion of killing the half-brother of North Korea’s leader was freed on Friday, a court translator…

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780,000 evacuated in India ahead of major cyclone

Nearly 800,000 people in India’s eastern coastal districts have been evacuated ahead of the expected arrival of a major cyclone packing winds of up to 200 kilometres (125 miles) per…

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EC confident poll results will be announced by May 9

Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) is confident that it will be able to announce, in the Royal Gazette, the official results of the March 24th general election by May 9th, the…

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Venezuela’s Guaido calls for ‘largest march in history’ in uprising effort

Venezuelans were expected to take to the streets on Wednesday for what opposition leader Juan Guaido pledged would be the “largest march” in the country’s history, a day after he…

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Cabinet endorses 13.2 billion baht giveaways for welfare card holders

The Thai Cabinet has approved 13.2 billion baht in handouts for low income-earners, including parents with children still in school, farmers and disabled people, under the welfare card program. At…

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Japan welcomes Reiwa ‘New Year’ with hopes for peace, prosperity

Japan welcomed the start of a new Reiwa imperial era and a new emperor on Wednesday in a festive New Year mood, with hopes for peace and prosperity. Emperor Naruhito,…

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Venezuela’s Guaido calls for uprising but military loyal to Maduro for now

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido on Tuesday made his strongest call yet to the military to help him oust President Nicolas Maduro but there were no concrete signs of defection…

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Thai private sector lowers 2019 export growth projection to 2.1%

The Thai Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade have reduced Thailand’s 2019 export growth projection from 3.1% to 2.1% citing several unfavorable external factors. Meanwhile, the External Trade Promotion…

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Smog from sugarcane burning is fading – just for now

Smog from sugarcane burning may have faded, after sugarcane harvest season this year is about over. However, it does not mean the black smoke will disappear from the sky forever….

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Fair trade practices to be subject to public input before implementation

Thailand’s Trade Competition Committee has issued a set of guidelines to control the retail sector in order to prevent large retailers or retail chains from unfairly taking advantage of producers…

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Most Thai laborers expect 400 baht minimum wage from new government: Bangkok Poll

Most Thai laborers are expecting that the minimum wage will be adjusted up to at least 400 baht when the new post-election government comes into the office, according to Bangkok…

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Thanathorn produces traffic tickets to prove he was speeding to Bangkok to transfer his media shares

Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has produced, via his Facebook page, images of three traffic tickets he received for speeding to prove that he was rushing back to Bangkok,…

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Japan’s emperor to step down in 200-year first

For the first time in more than 200 years, Japan’s emperor will abdicate today, putting his son on the Chrysanthemum Throne and ushering in a new era for the world’s…

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Man arrested for picking anemone from the sea

A tour guide has been arrested on charges of hunting protected marine species after he allegedly picked a bunch of anemone, along with anemonefish, from the sea for display to…

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Thai banks face tough competition in digital world

Although the Thai commercial banks achieved higher net profits in the first quarter of 2019, they expect a tough year ahead amid aggressive competition in the digital era. The Thai…

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Sea warming causing coral bleaching in the sea off Phuket

Corals in the sea off Phuket have started to bleach due to the warming of the sea, according to reports from the Phuket-based operations centre of the 2nd National Marine…

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How Thais test their luck – twice a month

At least twice a month –- on the first and sixteenth days – millions of Thais hope and pray that their fortune will change. They are glued to their TV…

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Ombudsmen refuse to consider constitutionality of March-24 election

The ombudsmen have rejected the request from a former candidate of the disbanded Thai Raksa Chart party to consider the constitutionality of the March 24th general election. Mr. Raksakecha Chaechai, secretary-general…

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North Korea’s Kim says US acted in ‘bad faith’ at Hanoi talks

SEOUL (REUTERS) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has accused the United States of acting in “bad faith” during his Hanoi summit with President Donald Trump, and says peace…

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Authorities backtrack on move to tax interest from bank deposits

The Revenue Department has withdrawn a much-criticized demand for bank depositors to provide written consent to allow their banks to deduct tax on interest earned on deposits. Revenue Department spokesman…

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Phuket faces water shortage which may become critical in May if there are no rains

Thailand’s popular tourist destination of Phuket is now experiencing water shortage, with water in the province’s three reservoirs just enough for the production of tap water until May and the…

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Hopewell Holding wins final court battle over controversial project

The Thai Ministry of Transport and the State Railway of Thailand have been dealt a devastating blow as the Supreme Administrative Court today overturned the Administrative Court’s verdict and ordered…

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Prayut, Hun Sen open bridge across Thai-Cambodian border

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen jointly presided over the opening of a border bridge linking Thailand’s Sa Kaeo with Cambodia’s Banteay Meancheay provinces this…

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Freak storm damages 1,000 houses, causes power outage in Chiang Mai 

About 1,000 houses were damaged by gusty wind and ten districts were blacked out for several hours when a freak rain storm struck the northern province of Chiang Mai on…

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Floating seastead structure disassembled and towed to shore

The floating housing unit of a French seasteader was today towed by a naval vessel to the shore of Phuket as Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngarm challenged the builder of…

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Power consumption in Bangkok surges to new high Saturday night

Bangkok’s electricity consumption surged to a new high of 29,680.3 megawatts on Saturday night due mainly to widespread use of air-conditioners of the residential sector, said Mr Roengchai Kongthong, deputy…

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PM pleased Thailand rated as “least miserable” country for 2019

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed his pleasure over Thailand’s rating as the “least miserable” economy in the Bloomberg Misery Index for 2019, Deputy Government Spokesman Lt-Gen Weerachon Sukondhapatipak said today.   He said Thailand…

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Savers earning over 20,000 baht interest a year to face 15 percent tax

Bank depositors in Thailand who earn more than 20,000 baht interest a year from their bank deposits will now be taxed 15% on the interest they earn, according to Finance…

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Thailand’s first medical marijuana exhibition opens in Buri Ram

Tens of thousands of people, including foreigners, today flocked to the Chang International Circuit, in the northeastern province of Buri Ram, to attend Thailand’s first exhibition of marijuana and marijuana extracts for medical use.   The…

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Mingkwan firm on not joining Palang Pracharat

New Economics party leader Mingkwan Sangsuwan reaffirmed today that his party will not join the pro-Prayut Palang Pracharat party in forming a coalition government due to political differences. “I would like to reaffirm that, firstly,…

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How drought weakens Thai economy

Thai farmers are expected to face a tough year in 2019 as the drought will be more acute than usual, lowering the water levels in reservoirs in the central and…

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People warned to avoid out-door activities due to high temperatures

Thailand’s Meteorological Department has warned people to avoid out-door activities due to the current high temperatures, which are forecast to exceed 43 degrees Celsius today in several northern provinces. They…

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Election Commission to consider cases of alleged poll cheating today

Thailand’s Election Commission (EC) is today scheduled to consider over a dozen complaints of alleged poll irregularities to determine whether by-elections will have to be organized. EC Secretary-General Jarungvith Phumma…

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French seasteader blacklisted and has visa revoked

The Thai Immigration Bureau has revoked the non-immigrant visa of a French Polynesian and blacklisted him after it was discovered that he and his Thai wife had built a floating…

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Cabinet approves 3rd runway at Suvarnabhumi airport

The Thai cabinet today approved the construction of a third runway at Suvarnabhumi international airport as part of the country’s ambition to become the aviation hub of ASEAN. The 21.7…

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PM not satisfied with Songkran road accidents toll

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is unhappy with the number of fatal road accidents during the Songkran holiday, even though there were fewer casualties compared to previous years. The prime minister…

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Is Julian Assange heading to the United States?

LONDON (Reuters) – British police dragged Julian Assange from the Ecuadorean embassy last Thursday after his asylum was revoked, ending his seven-year stay there and opening the way for his…

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Japanese police to help investigate call centre gang in Pattya

Computer crime suppression police from Japan are expected to arrive in Thailand tomorrow (Apr 16th, 2019) to help a Thai investigation into an alleged Japanese call centre gang raided by…

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Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp hit by outage

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc’s social networking site, photo-sharing social network Instagram and messaging app WhatsApp were inaccessible to many users across many countries, including Thailand, on Sunday, downdetector.com, which monitors…

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New Economics party leader denies about-face

New Economic party leader Mingkwan Sangsuwan has dismissed as groundless media reports that his party has switched sides to join the Palang Pracharat-led coalition alliance. In a statement issued Saturday…

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Canadian tourist dies in fall from zip line in Chiang Mai

A Canadian tourist died today after falling  from a zip line in the forest of Mae On district in Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Mai. The victim, 25-year-old Spencer Charles, plunged…

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Bangkok governor leads sacred water drawing ceremony

Bangkok Governor Aswin Kwanmuang today led city officials in a ceremony to draw water from a pond at the Haw Sastrakhom, a small building inside the Grand Palace.   The sacred water, which is regularly…

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Medical cannabis researcher defends need to help patients

Well-known medical cannabis researcher Decha Siripat has insisted that he has a moral obligation to distribute cannabis oil to patients for treatment of some illnesses. The president of the Khao…

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TDRI slams junta for helping mobile operators at taxpayers’ expense

Thailand’s highly regarded economic think-tank has voiced its strong disagreement with the National Council for Peace and Order’s executive order extending the payment schedule of concession fees for the country’s three mobile phone operators, claiming the move…

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Assange arrested in London after Ecuador pulls asylum

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s nearly seven-year hideout in Ecuador’s London embassy abruptly ended Thursday when police entered the building and arrested him ahead of possible extradition to the United States….

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Junta invokes Article 44 to help digital TV and mobile operators

Thailand’s mobile phone operators using the 900Mhz band and digital TV licensees have been granted a reprieve regarding their concession fees, thanks to the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).   According…

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Bangkok’s Songkran mass exodus begins

From today, almost one million Thai and foreign travelers are expected to pass through Don Mueang international airport over the seven-day Songkran festival and holiday, which runs from tomorrow until…

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Western diplomats told not to interfere in Thailand’s internal affairs

The Foreign Ministry yesterday formally told western diplomats that their presence at Pathumwan police station on Saturday  when Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Jungroongruangkit reported to police to acknowledge a sedition…

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General Prem praises PM Prayut’s honesty and selflessness

Privy Council President General Prem Tinsulanonda this morning offered high praise to the present government and commended Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha for his honesty and selflessness. Referring to him as…

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Songkran is set to boost spending, economic sentiment

After Thai consumer confidence in March recorded the first drop in three months, businesses are pinning their hope on Songkran Festival as a booster of the spirit of spending. Usually,…

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Foreign Minister Don reminds diplomats not to meddle in judicial affairs

The Thai Foreign Ministry is considering inviting representatives of the foreign diplomatic corps in Thailand to be reminded of protocols and practices that should be observed. The ministry’s move follows…

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Industry Ministry plans end to sugarcane burning in three years

The Ministry of Industry will propose to the Cabinet a plan to end within three years sugarcane farmers’ widespread practice of cane burning before harvesting which is largely blamed for…

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Thaksin stripped of rank in defence volunteer force

Fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been dealt yet another blow by being stripped by a  Royal Command of his rank in the territorial defence volunteer force. The proposal to…

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Man held for murder of German tourist on Koh Si Chang

A man has been arrested by police on suspicion of the rape and murder of a female German tourist on Koh Si Chang in Thailand’s eastern province of Chon Buri…

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Transport Co plans 9,000 bus trips a day from Bangkok for Songkran

The state-run Transport Company will increase its bus and passenger van services by 3,000 to 9,000 trips per day from April 10-13 to accommodate the sharp rise in the number of…

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Transport Co plans 9,000 bus trips a day from Bangkok for Songkran

The state-run Transport Company will increase its bus and passenger van services by 3,000 to 9,000 trips per day from April 10-13 to accommodate the sharp rise in the number of…

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Transport Co plans 9,000 bus trips a day from Bangkok for Songkran

The state-run Transport Company will increase its bus and passenger van services by 3,000 to 9,000 trips per day from April 10-13 to accommodate the sharp rise in the number of…

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Political uncertainty weighs on Thai economic growth

Thai economic growth this year is unlikely to pass 4 percent as economists have recently revised the growth downward because the Thai exports are facing strong headwinds amid local political…

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Moral support for Thailand’s leading medical marijuana researcher 

Support has been pouring in from various sectors of Thai society for Khao Kwan Foundation president Decha Siripat after a combined force of police, military and anti-narcotic officials raided the…

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Nationwide sacred water drawing ceremony proceeds smoothly

Officials and members of the public in Thailand’s 76 provinces today took part in a nationwide ceremony to draw sacred water from 108 water sources to be used during the Coronation of HisMajesty…

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Medical cannabis researcher defends need to help patients

Well-known medical cannabis researcher Decha Siripat has insisted that he has a moral obligation to distribute cannabis oil to patients for treatment of some illnesses. The president of the Khao…

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Drunk and reckless drivers face maximum penalties during Songkran

Drunk, reckless and speeding drivers, as well as those riding motorcycles without crash helmets, will face maximum penalties permissible by law during the Songkran festival, which starts next week, said…

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Ketamine used in “Wild Boars” rescue operation

CANBERRA (Xinhua) — The medical experts behind the rescue of 12 young “Wild Boars” soccer players and their coach from the Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai last year said…

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Army employs thousands of troops to fight forest fires in North

The Royal Thai Army has deployed thousands of troops to reinforce volunteers and forest officials fighting widespread forest fires,which have been sending smog across nine of the country’s upper northern provinces for the past several weeks.   Four…

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Army chief warns against divisive rhetoric

Army Commander-in-Chief General Apirat Komgsompong today issued a stern warning to politicians and academics to refrain from making statements which foment unrest, political divide, and challenge the constitutional monarchy. In…

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Ambassador Virachai’s remains to arrive today from the US

The remains of Thailand’s ambassador to the United States, the late Mr. Virachai Plasai, are scheduled to arrive in Bangkok today for cremation. The late ambassador was given a dignified…

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PM orders haze in North to be tackled in seven days

Thailand’s Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered officials to tackle worsening smog in upper northern provinces within seven days and ordered a manhunt for arsonists who deliberately set forest fires….

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Vietnam woman in Kim assassination to walk free next month

Kuala Lumpur (AFP) — A Vietnamese woman accused of assassinating the North Korean leader’s half-brother will walk free in May after pleading guilty to a lesser charge, her lawyer said….

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Car of activist in Election Commission impeachment campaign torched

A car belonging to one of the activists campaigning for an impeachment against the Election Commission at a rally in Rajprasong area in Bangkok on Sunday was reportedly torched this…

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Despite politicians’ lofty promises, “perfect” minimum wage still long way off

As of press time, the National Wage Committee has decided to postpone a decision on the minimum wage to later this month, even though the new rate was initially expected…

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Naruhito era will use name ‘Reiwa,’ to mean pursuing harmony

TOKYO (AP) — The era of Japan’s next emperor, Naruhito, will use the name “Reiwa” to connote pursuing harmony, the government said Monday, selecting the culturally significant phrase from ancient…

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Chiang Mai likely to suffer haze problem until May

Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Mai is likely to face health-threatening haze problems from PM2.5 dust particles until early May, or the arrival of the rainy season, due to uncontrolled…

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Brunei to impose death by stoning for gay sex and adultery

Adultery and gay sex in Brunei will be subject to death by stoning from next week, authorities said, under a strict Sharia law that has been on hold for four years amid…

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How US-China trade war is impacting Thailand

Since the US China trade war kicked off in the middle of last year, Thai business begin to feel the pinch as seen by the downward trend of Thai exports….

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How US-China trade war is impacting Thailand

Since the US China trade war kicked off in the middle of last year, Thai business begin to feel the pinch as seen by the downward trend of Thai exports….

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Haze in Chiang Rai’s Mae Sai district has reached critical level

Air quality in Mae Sai district of Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai has deteriorated to critical, with levels of PM2.5 dust particles reaching 355 microns, about seven times the…

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Two “swing parties” highly “uneased” by Hong Kong photos

The “Hong Kong incident”, which went viral on the social media this weekend, has made it “even more difficult” for two major “swing parties” _ Bhumjaithai and Chartthaipattana _ to…

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187 heroes in Tham Luang cave rescue honoured by HM the King

A total of 187 Thai and foreign heroes, who were actively involved in the rescue of the 13 Wild Boar footballers and their coach from Tham Luang cave in Mae…

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5 police charged in murder of Saudi businessman acquitted

Thailand’s Supreme Court today acquitted five police officers, including a police general, charged with the abduction and murder of a Saudi businessman who was reportedly on an assignment to investigate…

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Leicester City team in town to pay last respects to their boss  

Leicester City soccer players and staff arrived in Thailand on Wednesday to pay their final respects to their boss, Mr. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, founder and former chairman of King Power International…

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Thungyai wildlife chief wants heavier penalty for Premchai 

Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary chief Wichien Chinnawong said today that, while he respects the verdict of the Thong Pha Phume provincial court on Italian-Thai Development boss Premchai Karnasuta, he believes the billionaire deserves a heavier penalty.   Speaking at…

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Forensic expert questions Premchai acquittal of panther carcass possession

The chief of the Wildlife Forensic Science Unit, at the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, has raised questions about Tuesday’s dismissal by the Thong Pha Phume provincial…

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A handout photograph released by the UK Parliament on March 13, 2019 shows Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May responding to the result of a vote in the House of Commons in London on March 13, 2019 in which MPs signalled their opposition to leaving the EU with no deal. – British MPs signalled their opposition Wednesday to leaving the EU with no deal on March 29, in another blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s authority which opens the door to Britain requesting a Brexit delay. (Photo by MARK DUFFY / UK PARLIAMENT / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE – NO USE FOR ENTERTAINMENT, SATIRICAL, ADVERTISING PURPOSES – MANDATORY CREDIT ” AFP PHOTO / MARK DUFFY / UK Parliament”

Brexit and its impact on Thailand

As British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to push through her Brexit deal, Thailand should brace itself for its consequence. As of press time, embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May…

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