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    Sticky: USA: Demand for coronavirus vaccines is...

    USA: Demand for coronavirus vaccines is outstripping supply

    Now that nearly half of the U.S. population could be eligible for coronavirus vaccines, America is facing the problem experts thought...
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    Tomorrow the orange turd is flushed!

    Tomorrow the orange turd is flushed!
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    Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is...

    Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As President Donald Trump prepares to leave the White House, 34% of Americans approve of the job he is doing as...
  4. Chiang Mai weekend markets, walking streets to reopen this week

    Chiang Mai is set to reopen its weekend markets and walking streets from Wednesday, now that no new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the province for six consecutive days.

    Governor Charoenrit...
  5. Myanmar cancels Thai investment in controversial mega-port

    Myanmar on Monday announced it was cancelling contracts with a Thai industrial giant to work on a controversial deep sea port project.
    The Dawei mega-project was touted as a way to encourage foreign...
  6. Alleged murderer turned online celebrity lashes out during interview

    “Uncle Pol”, an unemployed rubber tapper who rose to internet stardom after being accused over his infant niece’s death, was in the headlines on Tuesday for assaulting a reporter during a live...
  7. Officials accused in encroachment of protected Phuket forest

    PHUKET: Officers from the Royal Forest Department yesterday (Jan 18) inspected 83 rai of hill land located near Bang Wad reservoir which was encroached for agriculture and made a road in the area.
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  8. Man lived inside OHare for 3 months before detection, prosecutors say

    A California man who police said claimed to be too afraid to fly due to COVID-19 hid out for three months in a secured area of O’Hare International Airport until his weekend arrest, prosecutors said...
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    Link?

    Link?
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    Records: Trump allies behind rally that ignited...

    Records: Trump allies behind rally that ignited Capitol riot

    FBI probing if foreign governments, groups funded extremists who helped execute Capitol attack
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    And William Shatner! :smileylaughing:

    And William Shatner! :smileylaughing:
  12. Pablo Escobar’s Cocaine Hippos Terrorize Colombian Waterways

    Up to 100 hippopotamuses, all descended from four animals illegally imported into Colombia by the cocaine smuggler Pablo Escobar in the late 1980s, are menacing Colombia’s marshlands and river...
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    Capitol Rioter May Have Stolen Pelosi’s Laptop...

    Capitol Rioter May Have Stolen Pelosi’s Laptop and Tried to Sell It to Russia, Says FBI

    One of the Trumpist rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol earlier this month may have stolen House Speaker...
  14. DC, state capitals see few issues, heavy security...

    DC, state capitals see few issues, heavy security amid protest worries

    Washington, D.C., was quiet and state capitals across the country reported a few small protests Sunday as cities beefed up...
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    The perils of organizing underground ...

    The perils of organizing underground

    Researchers see one bright spot as far-right extremists turn to private and encrypted online platforms: Friction.


    Between the lines: For fringe...
  16. Seven Soldiers Dead in Philippine Helicopter Crash

    A Philippine Air Force helicopter crashed Saturday while resupplying troops fighting communist rebels in the southern province of Bukidnon, killing a colonel and six other troops, the military...
  17. 34 Arrested for Gambling at Luxury Resort in Northern Thailand

    Thirty-four gamblers were arrested in a police raid on a luxury resort in San Sai district of Chiang Mai, Thailand late on Saturday night. The raid, which took place at about 9pm, was led by Pol Maj...
  18. Two dugongs found dead on beaches in Krabi province

    Two dead dugongs were found on or near the beaches of Thailand’s southern coastal province of Krabi on Sunday.


    The two mammals, one a female weighing about 400kgs and two metres long and the...
  19. Fewer moons at Lunar New Year as coronavirus hits Japan’s Naked Man Festival

    One of the oldest – and oddest – festivals in Japan has fallen victim to the coronavirus.



    Elders at the Saidaiji Kannonin Temple, in Okayama prefecture in central Japan, have opted to curtail...
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    Sticky: PM Says No Vaccines Until Proven Safe – Thais...

    PM Says No Vaccines Until Proven Safe – Thais Will Not Be Used As Guinea Pigs

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha insisted yesterday that he won’t allow Thais to be used as guinea pigs to test the...
  21. Australian man flees child sexual abuse charges in Thailand, denies guilt

    An Australian man on the run in Thailand is denying accusations he exploited impoverished children at his home under the guise of providing education and care, claiming the charges are a set-up.

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  22. Police arrest “prime suspect” in narcotics case...

    Police arrest “prime suspect” in narcotics case linked to 10 deaths in Bangkok


    Police arrested a man suspected of producing the ketamine-based illicit drug cocktail linked to at least 10 deaths...
  23. State interference behind developer decision to walk away from Covid-tracing app

    Government interference in test results was behind the decision by the developers of Covid-tracing app Mor Chana to walk away from the collaboration, a team member said.


    Canada-based academic...
  24. Fake App to steal ID by tricking public with 3,500 baht support

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Tomorrow, the cabinet is going to finalize the payment of 3,500 baht in individual financial support, to help relieve the difficulties at present faced by the public. However, some...
  25. PMs Office urges monks to observe new normal

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Minister attached to the Prime Minister’s Office, Anucha Nakasai, has urged Buddhist monks to realign their religious practices with the new normal, to help limit the spread of...
  26. Airlines cut flights due to reduced number of passengers

    BANGKOK (NNT) - At this time, those who need to travel by air to various provinces are asked to follow announcements by the airlines because they have cut the number of flights to some provinces due...
  27. Maybe grilled boot...:) The taste wasn’t bad...

    Maybe grilled boot...:)

    The taste wasn’t bad but it was chewy.
  28. Who’s to say what weird is? Things I once thought...

    Who’s to say what weird is? Things I once thought were strange are now just...meh. I thought my friends were playing a joke on me first time I ate sashimi!

    I’ve eaten candied crickets, horse, and...
  29. ^Covid should be reason enough for Biden to pick...

    ^Covid should be reason enough for Biden to pick up the keys and move in.
  30. Jaysus, deeks, you shouldn’t comment on inherent...

    Jaysus, deeks, you shouldn’t comment on inherent stupidity. You really mangle written English!





    Uncovering the #MAGA Plot Against America

    Investigations of the terrible crimes committed...
  31. The doctor is responsible for the child’s death. ...

    The doctor is responsible for the child’s death.

    Mother and doctor are despicable people.
  32. Girl, 11, allegedly raped by grandfather, dies of pregnancy complications

    A girl aged 11, who had allegedly been raped by her grandfather, died in her mother’s embrace on Friday, after suffering from severe morning sickness.

    The funeral of the girl was held at her house...
  33. It is modern-day slavery: migrant workers from Indonesias East Nusa Tenggara

    It was around 3am when Antonious Remigius Abi, an ethics professor at the Faculty of Law at Santo Thomas Catholic University in Medan, North Sumatra, was awoken by frantic knocking on his front door....
  34. 65 Arrested in Pub/Indian Restaurant Raid Illegal Entry, Overstay, Violating Emerge

    In the early hours of Saturday morning, 65 Thais and foreign nationals were arrested at a pub off Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok for violating the emergency decree and a City Hall closure order to contain...
  35. 10th Death In A Week From Deadly K-Powdered Milk...

    10th Death In A Week From Deadly K-Powdered Milk Drug Cocktail


    Another man died yesterday in his apartment in Chom Thong district after taking the drug called “k-nom pong” (“k-powdered milk”),...
  36. Himalayan cherry trees blossoming in Khun Chang Khian area

    CHIANG MAI (NNT) - In Chiang Mai, COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the beauty of nature coming into bloom, especially at Khun Chang Khian on Doi Pui where wild Himalayan cherry trees are now blossoming...
  37. Samut Sakhon eases measures affecting some businesses

    SAMUT SAKHON (NNT) - Samut Sakhon province has already eased measures to allow some businesses to operate, allowing the economy to function again. However, stringent screenings are still applied in...
  38. Kayin State Border Guards Resign to Protest Ouster of Top Leaders by Myanmar Military

    At least 7,000 members of an ethnic Karen force of border guards backed by the Myanmar military resigned on Thursday to protest the ouster of their top leaders under pressure amid controversy over...
  39. Two Candidates Now Front-Runners in Final Vote for Tibets Exile Leader

    Two candidates have now emerged as finalists in a first round of voting by Tibetans living outside their China-ruled homeland for leader, or Sikyong, of Tibet’s Dharamsala, India-based exile...
  40. North Korean Leaders Sister Retains Power Despite Formal Demotion

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong has been assigned a new title and removed from the country’s highest decision-making body, but after she called out South Korea in an insult-laden...
  41. Visitors to 27 Chonburi hotspots urged to get Covid tests

    Chonburi’s Provincial Health Office has issued a list of Covid-19 hotspots as part of its efforts to track down at-risk members of the public. People who visited 27 locations in the province between...
  42. Terror Arrests Drop in Malaysia Due to Pandemic, New Policing Approach

    Malaysia made only seven counterterrorism arrests in 2020, the country's counter-terror chief said this week, but analysts told BenarNews that the dramatic drop in detentions reflects a change in...
  43. Samut Sakhon governor on respirator due to infection

    The governor of Samut Sakhon province is on continuous respirator support, due to bacterial infection in his respiratory system, Siriraj Hospital said on Friday.

    Governor Verasak Vichitsangsri was...
  44. Crackdown on alleged illegal horse meat operation in Khon Kaen

    Officials from the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Division on Friday raided a slaughterhouse in Khon Kaen province for alleged illegal sale of horse meat.

    The raid in Waeng Yai district...
  45. Hitman arrested after murder in Samut Sakhon

    A hitman has been arrested after killing a person in Samut Sakhon Province. The hitman drove down south in an attempt to hide from the police. The suspect was found driving a fancy car with a gun,...
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    17-year-old drug smuggler arrested

    A 17-year-old and his 26-year-old brother have been arrested. Together they smuggled over 400 Million THB worth of Yaba and crystal meth into Bangkok. The pair were shooting at the police in an...
  47. Mae Klong Market quiet over fear of Covid-19

    The popular Mae Klong Seafood Market in Samut Songkram Province is now quiet due to the fear of Covid-19 among seafood clients (Jan 15, 2020).


    The Samut Songkram Municipality and seafood sellers...
  48. ^Therein lies the problem. Same in the States...

    ^Therein lies the problem. Same in the States where all those people complain about illegal immigrants but hire them. You know, their ​illegal is a special case.
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    They never stop believing. Desperate QAnon...

    They never stop believing.


    Desperate QAnon fans spout bogus claim Trump spoke to them in MORSE CODE

    DELUDED QAnon fans believe Donald Trump sent them a secret message in Morse Code during...
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    Everything Trump touches turns to crap. ...

    Everything Trump touches turns to crap.



    The post-Trump GOP, gutted

    Republicans will emerge from the Trump era gutted financially, institutionally and structurally.


    The big picture: The...
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