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Over 7,000 people to attend “Wild Boars” thank you party

More than 7,000 people, including about 3,400 from Chiang Rai province alone, have accepted invitations to attend the reception to be hosted by the government on the courtyard of Dusit…

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A look behind first caning of  LGBT persons  in Terengganu, Malaysia

Two women were caned in front of an audience in a Malaysian court for trying to have sex early this week.  The caning drew condemnation from human rights groups and calls…

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

Myanmar media groups condemn Reuters journalists’ jailing

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

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Prosecutor defers decision on Krisda Mahanakorn case against Panthongtae

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

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Northern people warned of early arrival of cold and dry seasons

As several northern provinces continue to be battered with torrential rain which is expected to taper off by the end of this month, the northern meteorological centre on Wednesday issued…

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Ruling against Reuters reporters a severe blow to Myanmar press freedom: CAJ president

The seven-year jail sentence handed down on two Reuters journalists in Myanmar on Monday is a big step backward for press freedom and a travesty of justice in the country,…

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

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

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

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

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Premchai’s wife asks for ivory tusks to be tested to determine ages and legal status

Italian-Thai Development Corporation boss Premchai Karnasuta’s wife, Mrs Kanitta, has asked the Criminal Cour for permission to have her four impounded  elephant ivory tasks to be sent for carbon tests…

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Gen Chatchai is confident current flooding is not a serious problem

Deputy Prime Minister Chatchai Sarikalaya today tried to play down the impact of floods that have been hitting many provinces as the average amount of rainfalls across the country this…

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The sentencing of two Reuters reporters, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, to seven years in jail early this month is seen as part of the campaign to silence independent media in Myanmar.
The sentencing of two Reuters reporters, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, to seven years in jail early this month is seen as part of the campaign to silence independent media in Myanmar.

Myanmar court jails Reuters reporters for 7 years in landmark secrets case

YANGON (Reuters) – A Myanmar judge today found two Reuters journalists guilty of breaching a law on state secrets and jailed them for seven years, in a landmark case seen…

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Eight customers injured in explosion at Bangkok laundry shop

Eight people, five of them women, were injured in the early hours today when an explosion went off at a newly opened laundry shop in Din Daeng district, Bangkok. Police…

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo watches the live broadcast of the 2018 Asian Games closing ceremony from the Lombok earthquake victim displacement centre in Gunung Sari Village, Gunung Sari District, West Lombok, Indonesia on Sunday night. /Photo: www.antaranews.com

President Jokowi says Asian Games bring  “energy of Asia” to the world

President Joko Widodo, in a recording played during the closing ceremony of the 2018 Asian Games in the Jakarta last night, said that the positive energy exuded by Asia can…

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Mahathir to keep promise to hand reins to Anwar after 2 years

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said he will honour his promise to be prime minister for only two years before handing over the reins to his former political adversary Anwar Ibrahim,…

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Manhunt for a monk suspected of girdling and poisoning over 100 trees in temple

The forest management office in the southern province of Krabi are gathering evidence to take legal action against a monk who allegedly girdled more than 100 trees and then poisoned…

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Junta members change political rules for their benefits: Democrat deputy leader

Democrat party deputy leader Ong-art Klampaibul has accused some  unnamed figures in the National Council for Peace and Order of changing political rules until they become “unnatural and abnormal” for…

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Princess Soamsawali in Chulalongkorn Hospital for medical treatment

Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali has been advised by doctors at Chulalongkorn hospital to continue staying at the hospital for medical treatment and to suspend royal activities after she was…

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Poll shows majority of people want political restrictions to be scrapped or eased

More than 45 percent of the respondents to an opinion poll want political restrictions to be completely scrapped against about 18 percent who want them to stay. Suan Dusit Poll…

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More pharmacist groups against bill to amend Drugs Act

A network of pharmacist associations in the Northeast is calling on the government to revise a bill drafted by the Food and Drug Administration to allow non-pharmacists to dispense medicines….

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Mahathir fears Malays will lose out if more Chinese businessmen are allowed in

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad voiced fears that Malays and the Bumiputera would be out-competed if Malaysia welcomes a flood of traders and entrepreneurs from China, the New Straits Times Malaysia…

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It is official: Gen Apirat Kongsompong is new army chief

His Majesty the King has approved the annual reshuffle of the three armed forces involving altogether 935 officers with General Apirat Kongsompong, assistant army commander-in-chief, being appointed new army commander-in-chief….

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Myanmar worker dead, 12 injured in bus accident in Tak 

One Myanmar migrant worker was killed and 12 others were injured, six of them seriously, when a bus carrying them from the border province of Tak to Bangkok breached a…

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Former “Wadah” leader Wan Nor made leader of Prachachart Party

Former Narathiwat MP and leader of the Wadah group of southern Muslim politicians Mr Wa Muhamad Noor Matha or Wan Nor was today voted leader of the newly-formed Prachachart Party…

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4 confirmed dead and 3 missing in spillway breach in Myanmar

Four people died and three others, including a boy, went missing after runoffs from a collapsed dam spillway on Swar Creek in Taungoo district in Bago region swept into four…

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Provinces warned of torrential rain, possible floods

Seventeen provinces in all regions of the country have been  warned to prepare for torrential rain from today until Wednesday, which may trigger floods in few areas and exacerbate the…

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Trump to skip summits in Singapore, Papua New Guinea; Pence to attend

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump will skip summits with Asian leaders in Singapore and Papua New Guinea in November, sending Vice President Mike Pence in his place, the White…

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Government urged not to block use of social media by politicians to reach out to people

Pheu Thai acting secretary-general Phumtham Wetchayachai urged the government and the Election Commission to be more broad-minded and not to block politicians from using social media to communicate with their…

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Mong’s dream of getting citizenship one step closer to reality

Mong Thongdee’s dream of becoming a Thai citizen is one step closer to reality after the Local Administration Department approved his citizenship application. The stateless man born to Myanmar migrant…

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Gen Prawit says 3 more months before political campaigning can start 

Political parties must wait another three months before they can start election campaigning or advertising in the social media, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan said today. He warned that political…

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Rohingya refugees attend a ceremony organised to remember the first anniversary of a military crackdown that prompted a massive exodus of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh, at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on August 25, 2018.

Fake photos in Myanmar army’s ‘True News’ book on the Rohingya crisis

YANGON (Reuters) – The grainy black-and-white photo, printed in a new book on the Rohingya crisis authored by Myanmar’s army, shows a man standing over two bodies, wielding a farming…

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Panel rejects e-ticket system on city buses 

The inspection committee of Bangkok Mass Transit Authority has refused to accept the e-ticket system and the cash box to be installed in the city’s bus fleet claiming that the…

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British cave diver’s lawyer prepares libel lawsuit against billionaire Elon Musk 

British cave diver Vernon Unsworth who played a crucial role in the rescue of 12 Wild Boars boys and their coach from the flooded Tham Luang cave in July has…

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Land Transport to review move to increase fine for driving without license

The Land Transport Department will review its proposal to increase the amounts of fine for motorists driving without driving licenses following strong opposition from members of the public and objection…

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Police mull arrest warrants against two web pages for posting alleged British rape victim’s claim

Police are considering arrest warrants against administrators of two web pages for posting the British tourist’s claim that she was drugged, robbed and raped while  vacationing on Koh Tao island in…

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Body of Irish tourist found in Kwai Noi River, Kanchanaburi

The body of an Irishman, who was reported missing by his Thai girlfriend two days ago, has been found floating in the Kwai Noi river in Sai Yok district of…

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Over 50,000 people forced to flee  homes after collapse of dam spillway in Myanmar

More than 50,000 people were forced to flee their homes, five people went missing and 27 villages went under floodwater on Wednesday night after a dam spillway collapsed in Bago…

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Suu Kyi will not be stripped of Nobel Peace Prize

STAVANGER, Norway (Reuters)  — The Nobel Peace Prize to Aung San Suu Kyi will not be withdrawn in the light of a United Nations report that said Myanmar’s military carried…

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“Faith” plays a part in determining if GT200 bomb detectors are worth the money

When trying to determine the worthiness of the controversial GT200 hand-held bomb detectors, another factor should be taken into consideration: faith. At least that’s what a member of the National Anti-Corruption…

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Constitutional Court rules FM Don can stay on his job pending verdict

The Constitutional Court has ruled that Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai can continue to perform his duty pending the court’s verdict on his qualification. The court said there was no justification…

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PM wants Tham Luang to be upgraded as national park

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha wants the Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non forest park in Chiang Rai province to be upgraded as a national park so it can be…

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A couple of dog-carrying thieves nabbed by police

Police said today they have arrested a couple who allegedly committed a string of thefts in several provinces netting about 10 million baht worth of valuables the past ten years….

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Myanmar military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing (2nd-R) inspects a major bridge along Yangon to Mandalay highway linking Yangon to capital Naypyidaw damaged by rampaging flood waters from a…

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31 provinces warned of heavy and very heavy rains in coming week

The National Water Resource Office today issued a warning to people in 31 provinces to brace for heavy and very heavy rains in the coming week as it scheduled an…

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A Myanmar border policeman stands guard near the border fence in ‘no man’s land’. Photo – EPA

Independent panel on Rakhine state starts work

The independent commission to investigate alleged human rights abuses in northern Rakhine state of Myanmar starts work today amid call by the United Nations’ fact-finding mission for the prosecution of…

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Prayut to visit Nepal for Bimstec Summit Aug 30- 31

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha will leave for Nepal on Thursday for the 4th Summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (Bimstec) Summit on…

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The United Nations Security Council meets to discuss the situation in Myanmar at UN Headquarters in New York on Tuesday.

Myanmar rejects UN report on genocide against Rohingya

The government of Myanmar this morning rejected the findings of a UN investigation accusing its armed forces of genocide against the Rohingya. Myanmar has come under immense pressure this week…

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Five districts in Nong Khai heavily flooded

Five districts of the northeastern border province of Nong Khai have been heavily flooded by overflows from tributaries of the Mekong River, local authorities reported this morning. The five districts…

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Anwar believes Mahathir will keep promise of power transfer

KUALA LUMPUR —  Former deputy prime minister of Malaysia Anwar Ibrahim says he believes Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will keep his promise to hand over the reins to him. In…

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British tourist’s mother ready to come to Thailand to pursue the alleged Koh Tao rape case

The mother of the British backpacker who claimed she was drugged, raped and robbed on Koh Tao island in Surat Thani in June, said she was ready to fly to…

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DSI summons Akara gold mining firm to acknowledge encroachment charges

Akara gold mining company was today summoned by the Department of Special Investigation to acknowledge charges of illegal encroachment of forest land and highway land in two districts of the…

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PM disagrees with higher penalties for drivers without driving licenses

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that he personally did not agree with a police proposal to increase the penalties for drivers without driving licenses.  Asked about the controversial proposal…

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Gen Prayut and the military junta stand to benefit more from an early election.

PM promises easing of political restrictions once two poll-related bills enacted

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today that political restrictions would be eased to allow political parties to conduct certain political activities once the charter-mandated bill on the election of members…

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Ex-city police chief acquitted for his role in violent breakup of PAD protest in 2008

Former metropolitan police commissioner Pol Lt-Gen Suchart Muenkaew who ordered the use of tear gas to break up protesters of the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) in front of the…

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New Malaysian peace talks facilitator hopeful of peace agreement

The new Malaysian facilitator for peace talks in southern Thailand said today he sees the possibility of an agreement to end the violence that has plagued the Thai region for…

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Cambodian opposition member Meach Sovannara gestures as he speaks with media representatives while posing with other members and activists at their house in Phnom Penh early Tuesday after they were released by Royal Pardon.

14 Cambodian opposition members granted royal pardon

Fourteen former officials of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) who were serving jail terms from seven to 20 years were Monday night released from prison in Phnom Penh…

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Local elections likely to come after general election

The elections of local administration organizations are likely to be held after the general election of MPs which has been tentatively scheduled for early next year with the earliest date…

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NSC allays fears of unrests after political ban eased

National Security Council (NSC) Secretary General Gen Wanlop Raksanoh this morning tried to allay fears that there could political unrests after the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) eases…

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Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, commander-in-chief of the Myanmar armed forces, is among senior Myanmar government officials banned by Facebook.

Facebook bans Myanmar army chief, others in unprecedented move

YANGON (Reuters) – Facebook said on Monday it was removing several Myanmar military officials, including military commander-in-chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, from the social media website and an Instagram…

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Nurul Izzah, daughter of former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim opposes appointment of Malaysia’ new facilitator for peace talks in southern Thailand.

Appointment of Malaysia’s new South peace talks facilitator opposed

The appointment of a former senior police officer as Malaysia’s new facilitator for peace talks in southern Thailand has been strongly opposed by Nurul Izzah Anwar, a prominent politician and…

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Proposal to ease political restrictions is now with NCPO

A proposal to ease political restrictions in six activities is now in the hand of Army Commander-in-Chief General Chalermchai Sitthisart who is concurrently the secretary-general of the National Council for…

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AOT accepts Ja Sam’s widow as an airport inspector

The Airports of Thailand has accepted Mrs Waleeporn Kunan, widow of the late former SEAL member Lt-Cmdr Samarn Kunan, as an inspector attached to Suvarnabhumi international airport, in recognition of …

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Appeals Court rejects Premchai’s request to have his case transferred

The Appeals Court has rejected the request of Itallian-Thai Development Pcl chief executive officer Premchai Karnasuta to have the panther hunting case transferred from Thong Phaphum provincial court to the…

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Uttama, Sontirat deny they are quitting to jump into politics

Industry Minister Uttama Savanayana and Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong,  who have been linked to a new political party being formed to support Prime Minister Gen Prayuth Chan-o-cha’s return to power,…

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“Under Najib, everyone under him became a thief “:  Dr Mahathir

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia said there was so much rot in the previous Najib government that everyone under him “became a thief”, The New Straits Times Malaysia reported…

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Anti-graft officials probe illegal massive land grab in Loei prvince

A team of anti-corruption officials are in Phu Rua district of the northeastern province of Loei today to investigate an allegation of massive land grab in which land certificates issued…

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Junta and Election Commission must address  issues of primary election and political restrictions 

The National Council for Peace and Order and the Election Commission must sit down together to resolve two crucial political issues – unlocking of political restrictions and primary election,  Mr…

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Police insist British backpacker complains of missing cellphone and cash, no rape 

Surat Thani provincial police insisted today that there was no rape case on Koh Tao island involving a British backpacker as alleged in the social media. Koh Pha-ngan police superintendent…

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Anti-Doi Suthep housing project groups rally to pressure government

Carrying little green flags or tying green ribbons on the handles of their bicycles or crash helmets, hundreds of opponents against the Doi Suthep housing project of judges and judicial…

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Gen Chatchai is confident Thailand to be deleted from IUU watchlist

Deputy Prime Minister Chatchai Sarikulya is optimistic that Thailand will be removed from the IUU (illegal, unreported, unregulated) fishery watchlist after the scheduled arrival in Thailand in late September or…

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Poll finds Somkid to be most impressive Cabinet member

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak has edged Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam to be the most outstanding member of Gen Prayut Cabinet.   Mr Somkid scored 49.88 percent from 1,291…

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Majority in poll don’t believe government can solve traffic problem

Over 53 percent of the respondents in an opinion survey conducted by Suan Dusit Poll do not believe that the police proposal to steeply increase fines and imprisonment on drivers…

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Artist Chalermchai starts work on two more paintings for Tham Luang museum

National artist Chalermchai Kositpipat and his artist friends are working on two paintings depicting the “Nangnon” mountain in the northern province of Chiang Rai which will be exhibited at the…

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“Communication misunderstanding” cited for ABC News interview with Wild Boars

“Communication misunderstanding” was blamed as the reason why US-based ABC News television was the first news outlet to  interview the 13 Wild Boars boys and their football coach  following their…

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Opponents against judges’ housing project to demonstrate Sunday

Chiang Mai residents who are against judges’ housing project at Doi Suthep foothill plan to demonstrate at the Tha Pae town’s gate in the northern city on Sunday as a…

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3 army privates charged with assault for beating up colleague

Three army privates were this morning escorted by their superior to Lop Buri Muang district police station to acknowledge the charge of assault against one of their colleagues who is…

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Dams need water drainage plans ahead of another storm

The Royal Irrigation Department and other agencies responsible for dams and reservoirs have been instructed to come up with water drainage plans in anticipation of the arrival of another storm…

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A three-horse race for the next election?

In just a few more weeks, Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan–o–cha will make known his political future.  Many may wonder why Gen Prayut needs to wait until September to unveil…

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Thanathorn of  Future Forward Party to hear charges on Sept 17

Thanathorn Jungroongreangkit, acting leader of the Future Forward Party, and two other party executives were granted permission to postpone reporting to the Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) police to hear…

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Dusit Zoo closing date postponed to Sept 30

The closing date of the Dusit Zoo has been postponed by one month from the end of August to Sept 30, according to a release of the zoo’s public relations…

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Australia’s incumbent Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull leaves a press conference with his grandchildren after a party meeting in Canberra today during which Treasurer Scott Morrison was voted as Australia’s seventh prime minister in 11 years.

Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison to become new prime minister

CANBERRA (Reuters) – Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison will become Australia’s new prime minister after winning a Liberal party leadership vote today, ending an internecine battle that has scarred the conservative…

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Two executives of IFEC heavily fined for insider trading

The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed heavy fines on the top executive and a former executive of Inter Fareast Energy Corporation (IFEC) for insider trading. SEC said it had…

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Customs to tighten up watch on couriers of brand-name products

The Customs Department will set up an intelligence gathering centre to keep track on people posing as passengers but in fact are couriers smuggling in brand-name products from overseas.  …

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New operating hours from 4 pm-midnight for Khao Sarn vendors

Vendors on Khao Sarn road, one of Bangkok’s best known landmarks among backpackers,  will be allowed to do their business from 4 pm until midnight instead of 6 pm until…

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Future Forward Party execs summoned to hear charges

Future Forward Party’s acting leader Thanathorn Jungroongreangkit and two other  party executives have been summoned to report to the Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) to be charged with violating the…

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Wild Boars boys thank the world for teaching them ‘love’

The 12 Wild Boars soccer players and their coach who captured the world’s attention last month while stranded in the Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai said they wanted to…

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Out-bound Vibhavadi Rangsit to close on night of Aug 25

The out-bound lanes of the Vibhavadi Rangsit Highway will be closed at kilometre marker 24+279 from 10 pm on Aug 25 to 4 am on Aug 26 for the installation…

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Thailand wins two prestigious awards at 8th World Puppet Carnival, Russia

Young Thai puppet art performers of Nataya Bangkok Club have won two prestigious awards – Best Traditional Show Award and Audience Award – in the 8th World Puppet Carnival in…

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Former journalists of Radio Free Asia (RFA) Oun Chhin (left) and Yeang Sothearin walk out of Prey Sar prison in Phnom Penh on August 21.

Radio Free Asia reporters on espionage charges in Cambodia released on bail

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Tuesday freed on bail two former Radio Free Asia reporters who were charged with espionage, The Phnom Penh Post Online reported on Wednesday. 49-year…

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Long-awaited reunion ends with a tearful farewell

South Korean Lee Geum-Sum, 92,  waves to her North Korean son Lee Sung-Chul, 71, as she is leaving on a bus after a three-day family reunion meeting at the Mount…

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Representatives of the member countries of the Confederation of ASEAN Journalists (CAJ) link arms for a photo session to demonstrate their commitment to fight against fake news at a forum held in Bangkok on Tuesday.

ASEAN journalists call for joint efforts to battle fake news

Recognizing fake news as a global challenge, media representatives of ASEAN countries have agreed  that the fight against falsehoods and disinformation must be a joint effort of all stake-holders in…

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Public told not to panic over flu fatality in Uthai Thani

The Diseases Control Department  has urged the public not to panic over the report of a fatality from influenza in Uthai Thani province, noting that there have been almost 90,000…

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Phetchaburi town flooded with water discharged from dam

Spillover from Kaeng Krachan dam has arrived at the tourist town of Phetchaburi town, flooding residences and roads in the municipal areas.  The huge volume of water discharged from Kaeng…

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Murder suspect “Sia Oun” returned to Thailand from Cambodia

Panya Yingdang, alias Sia Oun, the prime suspect in the daring murders of a woman and her male companion in Chon Buri on July 29, has been returned to Thailand…

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Former Trump campaign chairman Manafort found guilty of tax and bank fraud

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Reuters) – Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted on Tuesday of eight counts of financial wrongdoing, giving Special Counsel Robert Mueller a victory in the first…

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Phetchaburi town residents fight floods with own floodwalls

Residents in the tourist town of  Phetchaburi have built their own floodwalls with concrete blocks to brace for water overflow from Phetchaburi river that is expected to hit wide areas…

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Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi meets Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at Istana presidential palace during a working visit in Singapore on Tuesday.

Suu Kyi defends Myanmar’s handling of Rohingya crisis

SINGAPORE (Reuters)  – Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday defended the steps her government has made in handling the Rohingya crisis, amid global criticism on the…

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Election in February? Prayut says yes, and then perhaps 

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha insisted today there is no justification for the general election to take place before February next year. Speaking to reporters after the mobile Cabinet meeting…

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Nan highway blocked by landslide

A huge landslide has blocked a highway between Bo Klua and Chalerm Phra Kiat districts of Nan province in the far North, preventing people of 11 villages from travelling to…

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Artificial rain-making operations for 13 water-scarce provinces

As many provinces throughout the country are awash with rain and facing flooding, there are 13 provinces in northern, northeastern and central regions which are scarce of water and need…

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Teachers to teach only — not doing any more general work

Starting on October 1, teachers of public schools will not be required to do general affairs work so they can focus on teaching, said Education Minister Thirakiat Charoensatthasilp at the…

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