Thai master coffee roaster wins MasterChef UK 2023

40-year-old Chariya Khattiyot, a cook originally from the north of Thailand, has just won the title of MasterChef UK 2023, after facing off 44 challengers. Chariya spent seven years working…

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Woman arrested on suspicion of involvement in deaths of at least 8 people

A woman is being held in police custody on suspicion that she may be involved in the mysterious deaths of eight people, some of whom are thought to have been…

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Six Chinese nationals arrested for allegedly selling fake gold bars

Bangkok police have arrested six members of a Chinese gang who are accused of selling fake gold bars to customers in the Chinatown area. The police also seized fake gold…

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Evacuation of Thais from Sudan begins Tuesday

The Thai government started to evacuate 150 Thais from the Sudanese capital of Khartoum this morning, heading for the coastal town of Port Sudan where they will board a chartered…

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Police seize large cache of narcotics during weeklong operation

Thai anti-narcotics police have seized large quantities of drugs, including 19 million meth pills, and arrested 15 suspects in operations in northern and north-eastern provinces between March 28th and April…

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Suspects in death of Chinese student in Thailand arrested in China

Three Chinese nationals, wanted in Thailand for alleged involvement in the kidnap and murder of a Chinese student in Nonthaburi province last week, have been arrested by Chinese police in…

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Food, soil and water in Prachin Buri uncontaminated – Health Department

More than 20 samples of fruit, vegetables, water, soil and food, collected from markets within a 5km radius of the foundry in Prachin Buri where caesium-137 radiation has been detected,…

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Intoxicated man arrested after stealing ambulance in Bangkok and crashing

A man, believed to be high on cannabis, allegedly stole an ambulance from in front of Bangkok’s Ratburana police station and drove it to a gas station. There he unsuccessfully…

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Biden picks his 2024 path — right down the middle

When President Joe Biden motorcades from the White House to an environmental protection event on Tuesday he will hear grumbling on the left and grumbling on the right. And the…

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Search for missing caesium-137 widens as police visit over 20 scrap shops

Police in Prachin Buri has questioned the owners of more than 20 scrap dealerships in the province. None of them claimed to have seen the steel tube containing radioactive caesium-137….

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‘Nazi’ references: BBC sportscaster’s tweet revives debate

NEW YORK (AP) — The references seem endless, and they can come from anywhere. In recent days, Pope Francis compared Nicaragua’s repression of Catholics to Hitler’s rule in Germany. In…

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Impact on children of gun violence in the media

Screen time is something hard to avoid nowadays. Children can easily be exposed to anything presented, be it video games, television programs or social media. If parents are not careful,…

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Thailand asks for smallpox vaccine from WHO

Thailand has asked the World Health Organisation (WHO) for support in providing smallpox vaccine, as a precautionary measure against Monkeypox, now that the country has eased travel restrictions for overseas…

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3 journalists face axe over an investigation into senior monk in Thailand

One broadcast journalist was fired and two others from separate organisations have been suspended pending investigation over their allegedly inappropriate conduct during their investigative news coverage of a respected 98-year…

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Thai PBS wins two consolation prizes for online news coverage

Thai PBS has won two consolation prizes from the Online News Producers Association for its news coverage of “Doing Homework for Hire” and for its video clip on “What If…

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Nationwide ban on public gatherings declared in Thailand from Nov 1

To pre-empt protests by anti-government groups, which may disrupt Thailand’s reopening to foreign travellers on Monday, Armed Forces Commander General Chalermpol Srisawat, who is in charge of overseeing security during…

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People line up outside a bank to withdraw cash, in Yangon, Myanmar May 13, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

Myanmar currency drops 60% in weeks as economy tanks since February coup

Sept 29 (Reuters) – Myanmar‘s currency has lost more than 60% of its value since the beginning of September, driving up food and fuel prices in an economy that has tanked since a military coup eight months ago. Many gold shops and money…

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