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The family of Peeraphat Palasan, 25, mourns at the spot where he was killed outside the Terminal 21 shopping mall in downtown Nakhon Ratchasima on Monday.

Cabinet ministers and Government House officials to wear black on Tuesday

All cabinet ministers and officials at Government House are to wear black on Tuesday as the country mourns those killed in the mass shooting in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Nakhon…

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“Parasite” producers Kwak Sin-ae (R) and Bong Joon-ho (L) accept the award for Best Picture for “Parasite” during the 92nd Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 9, 2020.

‘Parasite’: South Korea’s barrier-breaking satire

South Korean thriller “Parasite” — a dark comedy about modern poverty and wealth that has brought down language barriers to open new audiences to foreign film — can now call…

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2020 Oscar winners in main categories

Here are the winners in key categories for the 92nd Academy Awards, which were handed out on Sunday in Hollywood. South Korean film “Parasite” was the big winner of the…

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Security at armouries and sentry posts revamped after Korat mass shooting

The army has ordered a tightening of security at all sentry posts and armouries across the country after lax security at an army camp in Nakhon Ratchasima was blamed for…

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Two foreign tourists killed, 18 injured in Phuket boat collision

Two foreign tourists were killed and 18 others injured when two speed boats collided near a private pier in Phuket province this morning (Monday). According to initial reports, the accident…

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Thai city holds vigil for 29 victims of ‘unprecedented’ mass shooting

Holding candles and writing condolences as monks chanted prayers, Thousands of Thais held an evening vigil Sunday for the 29 victims of an “unprecedented” mass shooting carried out by a…

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Brad Pitt back on top with Oscar win

Brad Pitt’s Oscar win on Sunday marks a fitting comeback for the veteran actor whose personal life, rather than his on-screen roles, have dominated headlines in recent years. Pitt won…

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Unpaid brokerage fee believed to be behind Korat mass shooting

An unsettled brokerage fee from real estate deal is believed to be the motive behind Sgt. Maj Jakrapanth Thomma’s shooting rampage, according to a Thai PBS investigation. Jakrapanth doubled as…

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Korat shooting death toll rises to 30

Death toll in the Nakhon Ratchasima shooting rampage has increased to 30 and the number of injured is  58, with 30 of them still in hospital, according to Nakhon Ratchasima…

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Thailand’s broadcast regulator to meet with TV stations over siege coverage

Representatives of television stations will be summoned for a meeting with the National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC), Thailand’s broadcast regulator, for discussions about their live broadcasts of the siege…

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Korat mass shooting death toll jumps to 27

27 people, including the gunman, were killed in the shooting rampage which ended at the Terminal 21 shopping mall in Muang district of Nakhon Ratchasima this morning (Sunday), Prime Minister…

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US embassy offers deepest condolences to victims and families

The US Embassy in Thailand has expressed condolences to the victims and families injured and killed in the shootings in and around Terminal 21 shopping mall in Thailand’s north-eastern province…

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Nakhon Ratchasima shooting rampage: Death toll put at 20, with 31 injured

Members of police crack unit have stormed Terminal 21 shopping mall in downtown Nakhon Ratchasima province, where a heavily-armed gunman is believed to be holed up with many shoppers trapped…

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Police crack unit inside besieged Korat shopping mall

The Crime Suppression Division reported at 11.40 pm  that its commander Pol Maj Gen Jirapob Puridej and members of “Hanumarn” crack police unit have stormed the ground floor of Terminal…

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Mass shooting in Nakhon Ratchasima: What we know so far

What we know so far about the mass shooting by army man Sgt-Maj Jakrapanth Thomma who is now being holed up in Terminal 21 shopping mall in Nakhon Ratchasima: Public…

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PM Prayut offers condolences to families of shooting victims

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has conveyed his condolences to family members of the victims of the mass shooting by army man who is now being holed up in a major…

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Death toll put at 17, crack units lay siege to Korat mall where gunman is holed up

Elite police and army forces from the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok and Lop Buri-based Special Forces are laying siege to Terminal 21 shopping mall in downtown Nakhon Ratchasima province,…

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Manhunt on for Thai army trooper who killed at least 12 people in mass shooting

An army corporal shot his commander and an elderly woman dead at a house in Muang district of Thailand’s north-eastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, before escaping in a stolen Humvee…

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BREAKING NEWS – Mass shooting near barracks in Nakhon Ratchasima

A member of the military, attached to a barracks in Thailand’s north-eastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, opened fire with an automatic rifle, killing two officers in a village before driving…

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Seven more new coronavirus cases reported in Thailand

The Disease Control Department has reported seven new coronavirus cases today, bringing total confirmed cases in Thailand since January 3rd to 32, including 10 who have recovered and returned home….

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Three more coronavirus cases found on Japan cruise ship

Three more people on a cruise ship off Japan have tested positive for the new coronavirus, bringing the number aboard to 64, the government said Saturday, with passengers facing a two-week quarantine….

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Thailand’s health minister apologizes for outburst aimed at western tourists

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said today that he will ask western embassies to advise their citizens visiting Thailand to wear protective face masks in public places, and in crowds,…

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PM urges public to use water sparingly during current drought

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has beseeched the Thai people not to waste water, saying that the volume of water in the country’s 15 major sources is at a critically low…

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Future Forward objects to charter court’s date for verdict in loan controversy

The opposition Future Forward party declared today its strong objection to the Constitutional Court’s schedule for delivering its ruling in the 191.2 million baht loan case. Party secretary-general Piyabutr Saengkanokkul,…

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Court halts suspends all work on Chao Phraya River promenade project

Bangkok City Hall’s ambition to build a promenade along both sides of the Chao Phraya River has hit a snag, after the Administrative Court ordered a temporary halt to its…

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Rescue members work after a plane skidded off the runway at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020. A plane skidded off the runway Wednesday at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport, crashing into a field and breaking into pieces. Passengers were seen evacuating through cracks in the plane and authorities said at least 21 people were injured. (AP Photo)

Plane skids off runway in Istanbul, killing three and injuring 179

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – A Pegasus Airlines plane flying into Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen airport skidded off the end of a wet runway and broke into three pieces after landing on Wednesday,…

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GPO and FDA told to increase production of face masks and sanitizers

The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) and the Office of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have been instructed, by the Ministry of Public Health, to step up production of face…

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Cabinet imposes controls on masks, synthetic yarn for masks and sanitizers

The cabinet has endorsed the Commerce Ministry’s proposal to add face masks, the synthetic yarn used to produce them, sanitizers and the import of scrap and recycled paper to the…

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Flight leaves Don Mueang this morning to evacuate 142 Thais from Wuhan

A group of Thai medics left Don Mueang international airport this morning for the Chinese city of Wuhan, on a flight chartered from Thai Air Asia, to evacuate 142 Thais…

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City Hall halts construction of electric rail system and high-rises for 3 days

Construction of seven electric train lines, high-rise buildings and roads in Bangkok have been suspended for three days, starting today, at the order of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) in order…

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PM points to panic caused by fake news as worst aspect of virus crisis

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that the worst thing about the ongoing novel coronavirus situation in Thailand is panic caused by fake news, as he warned those with ill-intent…

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Masks and hand sanitizers face controls to prevent profiteering and hoarding

The Ministry of Commerce will propose to the cabinet tomorrow (Tuesday) that protective face masks and hand sanitizer gel be added to a list of controlled products, for which the…

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Thai evacuees from Wuhan to be quarantined at undisclosed location

The Thai government will not disclose the locations where about 160 people, due to be evacuated from the Chinese city of Wuhan tomorrow, are to be quarantined for two weeks…

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Indonesia bars entry to visitors from China amid evacuation protest

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia on Sunday barred entry to visitors who have been in China for 14 days over concern about coronavirus, as citizens evacuated from Hubei province faced protests…

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Name of Korn’s new party to be revealed on Valentine’s Day

Former Democrat deputy leader Korn Chatikavanij, and the co-founders of his new political party, have chosen Valentine’s Day (February 14th) for the revelation of its name. In his Facebook post…

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First confirmed case of Thai infected with coronavirus

A taxi driver has become Thailand’s first confirmed case of novel coronavirus infection through human-to-human transmission, Public Heath Permanent Secretary Dr. Sukhum Kanchanapimai told a news conference this afternoon (Friday)….

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Thailand’s Amateur Weight-lifting Association committee quits over doping scandal

The executive committee of the Amateur Weight-lifting Association of Thailand has resigned en masse ”to show responsibility” after a former Thai Olympic bronze medallist told German TV that Thai weight-lifters…

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Thai PBS, think tank IPPD collaborate to develop data-driven society

The Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) and newly-founded think tank Institute of Public Policy and Development (IPPD) signed a memorandum of understanding on Wednesday for cooperation aimed at fostering…

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Paiboon Nititawan’s status as party-list MP for Palang Pracharat challenged

About 30 small parties today submitted a petition to the Election Commission (EC) against the commission’s endorsement of Mr. Paiboon Nititawan as a new party-list MP of the government’s Palang…

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Thailand to suspend visa on arrival facility for Chinese tourists temporarily

The Visa on arrival facility for Chinese tourists is likely to be suspended temporarily as Thailand seeks to tighten up controls to fend off the possible spread of novel coronavirus….

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Escaping giraffe found drowned in a canal

The search for the second giraffe, which escaped from its cage as it was being transported from Suvarnabhumi international airport to a zoo in Thailand’s eastern province of Prachin Buri…

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Affected tour operators see priority in Thai-Chinese relations

Though a drastic drop in Chinese tourists to Thailand as a result of the coronavirus outbreak means a fall in tourism revenue, long-term relationship between Thailand and China is more…

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Thais stuck in Wuhan to be flown home by February 4

Thai citizens, including students, stranded in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of novel coronavirus outbreak, will be flown back to Thailand by February 4th, Deputy Public Health Minister…

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Thailand to charter commercial flight to evacuate Thai people from Wuhan

The Thai government has decided to charter an aircraft from a commercial airline, rather than a military transport plane, to evacuate Thai people trapped in the Chinese city of Wuhan,…

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PM to inspect officials health screening passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha will tour Suvarnabhumi international airport on Wednesday to observe officials screening passengers arriving from China, as part of the measures to prevent the spread of novel…

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Six new coronavirus cases confirmed in Thailand, all hospitalised

Six additional cases of novel coronavirus 2019 infection in Thailand have been confirmed by the Ministry of Public Health, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 14. Public health…

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Researchers to study Thai bat species’ ability to carry novel coronavirus

Researchers at the Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases of Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University will join officials from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation in conducting a study on…

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DSI to take a month deciding whether to challenge prosecutor on Billy’s case

The Department of Special Investigation will consider, within a month, whether to challenge the prosecutors’ decision to drop all but one of the charges against former Kaeng Krachan national park…

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Thailand’s PM assures coronavirus situation is “100% under control”

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has assured the public that the novel coronavirus situation in Thailand is “100% under control” and that he will personally take charge of overseeing the operations…

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Prosecutors explain why no murder charge yet filed in Billy’s disappearance

The widow of missing Karen rights activist Porlajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen today appealed to the attorney-general for justice, after the Office of Special Cases clarified why it had dropped all charges,…

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Eight confirmed coronavirus cases in Thailand so far

As of Sunday, there have been eight confirmed coronavirus cases in Thailand, five of which have already returned to China, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul disclosed today. He also said…

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Health minister assures public that coronavirus in Thailand is under control

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has assured the public that the current preventive measures, adopted by the ministry, are sufficient to control the spread of the novel coronavirus in Thailand….

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Eight confirmed coronavirus cases in Thailand so far

As of Sunday, there have been eight confirmed coronavirus cases in Thailand, five of which have already returned to China, Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul disclosed today. He also said…

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Over 21 million worried about coronavirus spread – Super Poll

Office, are concerned about the coronavirus outbreak, compared to about 16 million who expressed concern over the PM2.5 dust pollution. The number of those concerned over the censure debate has…

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Chinese-language interpreters needed to interview arriving Chinese tourists

Thailand’s Department of Disease Control is recruiting Chinese-language interpreters to help interview tourists arriving at Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-tapao international airports from risk areas. Government deputy spokeswoman Ms. Traisulee…

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Hotels in Hua Hin monitoring arrivals from China after coronavirus case

All hotels in the popular seaside resort town of Hua Hin have been instructed, by the district chief officer, to check the passports of all Chinese tourists and to immediately…

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Ex-immigration chief Surachate given stern warning by PM

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has warned former immigration chief, Pol Lt-Gen Surachate Hakparn, to adhere strictly to the ethical code and discipline expected of all civil servants. In an order,…

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Thailand’s 5th coronavirus case admitted to Rajvithi Hospital

A female Chinese tourist from the city of Wuhan, who arrived in Thailand on January 21st, has been confirmed as the fifth coronavirus pneumonia patient in Thailand. Thailand’s Deputy Public…

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Police chief Chakthip confirms audio clip leak triggered Veerachai’s transfer

The abrupt transfer of Pol Gen Veerachai Songmetta, the deputy national police chief, to an inactive post at the Prime Minister’s Office, was triggered by the leak on social media…

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Gambian Justice Minister Abubacarr Tambadou says the decision by the UN’s highest court to order Myanmar to do everything in its power to prevent the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims, is ‘historic’ for international law and the Rohingya.

Top UN court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

The UN’s highest court ordered Myanmar on Thursday to do everything in its power to prevent the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims, as international justice stepped into the crisis for…

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Thai Air Asia suspends all flights to Wuhan to prevent spread of coronavirus

Thai Airways International and Thai Air Asia have separately taken steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus pneumonia through tourist arrivals from the Chinese city of Wuhan. Thai Air Asia,…

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Farmers burning sugarcane face additional fees for milling their crop

Sugarcane growers, who burn their crops before harvesting, will be charged 30 baht/tonne for the burnt sugarcane delivered to sugar mills, while the mills will be levied 12 baht/tonne for…

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“I only meant to shoot to frighten”

During a press conference at the police headquarters in Bangkok this morning, the media were allowed to pose questions directly to Prasitthichai Khaokaew, the suspect in the bloody gold-shop robbery…

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Robbery-murder suspect claims the killings were “unintentional”

School director Prasitthichai “Golf” Khaokaew claimed today (Thursday) that he robbed the gold shop in Lop Buri province earlier this month because he had financial problems and that the shooting…

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Gold shop murder suspect’s arrest a result of joint effort

The apprehension of school director Prasitthichai Khaokaew, a suspect in the gold shop murders, by the Crime Suppression Division’s Hanuman special unit, was the outcome of an extensive joint effort…

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School director arrested as a suspect in Lop Buri gold shop robbery

The director of a school in Thailand’s central province of Sing Buri is in police custody under suspicion of being the lone perpetrator of a gold shop robbery at a…

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Bangkok City Hall suspends classes in 437 schools on Wednesday

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has suspended classes at 437 schools under its supervision for one day and introduced staggered working hours for all its officials from Wednesday, as airborne…

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Sorayuth’s final message before going to prison

Former TV celebrity Sorayuth Suthasanachinda, convicted of embezzling 138 million baht in advertising fees from The Mass Communications Organization of Thailand (MCOT), said that he is ready to face the…

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1 drowns, 4 missing after boat capsizes on Sirikit reservoir

One passenger drowned and four others remain missing after their boat hit a submerged tree stump and capsized on Sirikit reservoir in Tha Pla district of Thailand’s northern province of…

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Widespread sugarcane burning continues uninterrupted by local authorities

Burning of sugarcane by farmers in several provinces is increasing airborne pollution, affecting local residents, and officials appear to be powerless or reluctant to intervene to stop the practice.  …

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His Majesty the King presides over a grand military parade at the Cavalry Centre of the Royal Thai Army in Saraburi on Saturday.

HM King presides over grand military parade

HM the King on Saturday called on Thai people to commit to their duties with a common goal that has the best interest of the country at their heart. Addressing…

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Exhaust and no wind blamed for Bangkok’s worsening air quality

Vehicular exhaust, accumulated since Friday evening when traffic was the worst of the week, compounded by a temperature inversion increased air pollution in and around Bangkok on Saturday, according to…

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Mon Jam resort operators defy order to suspend operations

Resort operators at Doi Mon Jam, in Chiang Mai’s Mae Rim district, are defying an order, issued by the Mae Rim district office, to suspend their operations within 30 days…

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Chinese President Xi Jinping and Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi hold talks during their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Naypyidaw on January 17, 2020.

China and Myanmar ‘stand together’ despite Rohingya backlash

China and Myanmar are set to ink mammoth infrastructure deals following a meeting on Saturday between President Xi Jinping and fallen rights icon Aung San Suu Kyi, who pledged to…

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Nine illegal trash trucks caught using City Hall’s incinerator

Bangkok governor Aswin Kwanmuang led city officials and police to prevent nine garbage trucks from Samut Sakhon province illegally dumping trash at the Nong Khaem incinerator on Thursday. The governor…

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Brackish tap water threatens flora in Government House compound

Brackish tap water, caused by the intrusion of seawater into the Chao Phraya River, is threatening some of the flora in the compound of Government House, prompting officials to seek…

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Elderly Chinese tourist is Thailand’s second Coronavirus pneumonia case

Thailand’s second case of Coronavirus pneumonia has been diagnosed and the patient, a 74-year old Chinese tourist, is being treated at the state-run Bamrasnaradura Hospital in Nonthaburi province, public health…

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TG pilot under probe in Frankfurt for alleged violation of aviation safety standards

A pilot, employed by Thai Airways International, the national flag carrier, is being investigated by Germany’s BFU (Bundesstelle für Flugunfalluntersuchung/Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accidents Investigation) for descending below the standard…

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Thai Civilized party leader proposes legal brothels and adult shops to reduce rape

Thai Civilized party leader, and member of the House committee studying ways to reduce rape and other sexual violations, Mongkolkit Suksintharanont, has proposed That Thailand should permit regulated and licenced…

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Arrest warrant issued for Palang Pracharat MP Waipote Arpornrat

The Pattaya Provincial Court today issued a warrant for the arrest of Palang Pracharat MP Pol Lt-Col Waipote Arpornrat, following his failure to appear at the court to a hear…

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Worth over ฿500m, ex Office of Buddhism chief declared ‘unusually wealthy’

National Office of Buddhism former director Nopparat Benjawattananant has been faulted by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) for being unusually wealthy, having suspiciously amassed assets worth about 575 million baht…

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Bangkok has been told to brace for worsening pollution on Thursday

Residents of the capital have been warned to brace for even more pollutants in the air on Thursday, due to stagnant air which doesn’t disperse the fine dust particles. The…

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Alternate day ban for trucks on Kanchanapisek ring road to reduce pollution

Ten-wheel and trailer trucks will be banned from the Kanchanapisek ring road on alternate days for a two-month period, as part of a new set of strict measures to reduce…

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This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from “Joker.” On Monday, Jan. 13, the film was nominated for an Oscar for best picture. (Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

‘Joker’ leads Oscar noms; ‘1917,’ ‘Irishman’ close behind

Female filmmakers were shut out, “Parasite” made history and “Joker” edged out “The Irishman,” “1917” and “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” in Monday’s Oscar nominations. Todd Phillips’ R-rated…

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Tourist attacked by a small shark near beach in Phang-nga

A tourist was attacked by a shark, believed to be a small bull shark, as he was swimming in the sea off a beach in Thailand’s southern coastal province of…

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Driving at under 90kph in the right lane of highways may become an offence

Motorists who use the right lane of a highway, with more than four traffic lanes, and drive at a speed of less than 90kph will face charges similar to speeding,…

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Thailand’s first case of New Coronavirus Pneumonia detected in Chinese tourist

Thailand’s Public Health Ministry today announced the first case of New Coronavirus Pneumonia in the country, but assured the public that there is no wider outbreak of the virus. Public…

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Court rejects Premchai’s request for removal of EM ankle bracelet

The Thong Phaphum provincial court today rejected convicted construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta’s request for the removal of his electronic monitoring ankle bracelet, a request made on the grounds that the…

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Suspected bovine foot and mouth disease outbreak in Saraburi

Dairy farmers from Muak Lek district, in Thailand’s central province of Saraburi, are due to petition Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Agriculture Minister Chalermchai Sri-on today to seek urgent help…

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Search under way for two young girls missing in sea since Saturday

Search and rescue operations resumed this morning for two young girls who went missing, and are believed to have drowned, after they were swept into deeper waters by a series…

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PM wants Thailand and its people to move toward democracy and peace

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that his government wants to see Thailand and the Thai people of all ages make progress toward democracy together and be free of conflict….

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Former immigration chief says shots fired at his car related to biometric project

Former immigration police chief, Surachet “Big Joke” Hakparn, said today he believes the  shots fired at his car, parked near the Patpong area of Bangkok on Monday evening, are connected…

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file photo, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison tours the fire devastated Wildflower farm owned by Paul and Melissa Churchman in Sarsfield, Victoria. Australia’s deadly wildfires have proven to be not just a crisis for the country, but a crisis for the country’s prime minister _ one so grave that some have questioned whether his leadership can survive it. (James Ross/Pool Photo via AP)

Australian PM’s leadership criticized during wildfire crisis

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — As his country burned, Australia’s prime minister was cursed and jeered out of a town, called an “idiot,” a “moron” and worse, and skewered at home…

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Australian authorities warn bushfire reprieve will be over soon

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian authorities warned people on Wednesday to prepare for another wave of evacuations as temperatures in the country’s southeast began to rise after a days-long cool spell,…

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Water diverted from Tha Chine to Chao Phraya River to flush out seawater

The Royal Irrigation Department has started diverting water from the Tha Chine River, in Nakhon Pathom province, into the Chao Phraya River through the Phraya Banlue irrigation canal to flush…

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Autopsy shows rare Omura whale’s death caused by humans

Human activity has been blamed for the death of a rare Omura whale, which was recently washed ashore on Lanta Island in Thailand’s southern coastal province of Krabi. An autopsy,…

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Police probe shooting of ex-immigration chief’s car in Bangkok

Police have been examining CCTV footage for clues as to the identity of two men who shot at the car of former immigration chief Pol Lt-Gen Surachet Hakparn near the…

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High tides this week threaten tap water quality in Bangkok and suburbs

Tides are forecast to peak between January 8th and 15th, which may increase the salinity of tap water in Bangkok and its suburbs, according to Mr. Somkiat Prajamwong, secretary-general of…

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PM urges all Thais to stop “bickering” and help build the country instead

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has appealed to all Thais, regardless of their political differences and affiliations, to stop bickering and spreading hatred against one another, and make use of the…

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Energy Ministry opens ‘war room’ to handle possible oil supply disruptions

Thailand’s Ministry of Energy has opened a ‘war room’ ahead of any escalation in tensions between the US and Iran, which may impact Thailand’s oil imports from the Middle East….

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