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  1. YouTube banning politics, elections in masthead ads

    YouTube will ban political- and election-related ads in its masthead starting Monday, the company said.


    The update is part of a larger change to Youtube’s advertising policy that will also ban...
  2. Purchases of fancy street lamps being investigated for possible corruption

    The purchases of fancy street lamps in several provinces are now being investigated by the National Anti-Corruption Commission. The investigations were called for after the exorbitant 642 million...
  3. 1,650 grams of heroin in notebooks found at Suvarnabhumi Airport

    The Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) found 1,650 grams of heroin in Suvarnabhumi Airport. The drug was hidden in notebooks and wrapped in plastic. The notebooks were placed in a box with...
  4. Malaysia's reef sharks stricken with mystery skin disease

    KUALA LUMPUR -- Marine biologists are investigating a mystery skin disease afflicting whitetip reef sharks in Malaysia, with some early reports suggesting rising sea temperatures could be to blame.
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  5. VFA termination still on hold as Duterte 'studies' defense pact

    MANILA, Philippines — The suspension of the Philippines' withdrawal from the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) with the United States as President Rodrigo Duterte "studies" the defense pact with the...
  6. Myanmar puts Suu Kyi on trial on charges critics call bogus

    BANGKOK -- Myanmar’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi went on trial Monday on charges that many observers say are an attempt by the junta that deposed her to eliminate her as a political force, erase...
  7. Khlong Toei smart community project forced to slice off 10 storeys

    Port Authority of Thailand (PAT)’s smart residential project at Khlong Toei Port in Bangkok needs a major change to building plans to comply with the land utility law, said PAT deputy director...
  8. 18 staff test positive at Ayutthaya hospital

    Eight ambulance drivers and 10 medical workers at Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Hospital in Pratuchai subdistrict have tested positive for Covid-19, the hospital’s director said on Monday.


    “No...
  9. Ambulance driver, nurses escape serious injury in bypass accident

    PHUKET: An ambulance driver and two nurses escaped with only minor injuries after the vehicle hit a light pole and slammed into a tree on the central reservation while driving northbound on the...
  10. 13 teenagers arrested for allegedly breaking Covid-19 emergency decree rules

    Thirteen teenagers were arrested at a house party at a resort in Nongprue yesterday (June 13th).


    The Nongprue Police were notified of the party at a house in a luxury resort on Thung Klom Tan...
  11. Three killed, one injured in shocking car collision in Phetchabun province

    Three people were killed and one was injured in a shocking car accident during the rain on a slippery road in the Nong Phai District of Phetchabun Province, yesterday, June 13th.

    Officers from the...
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    Koh Larn reopens today for visitors

    Last week the local Koh Larn committee announced on their social media accounts that the island will reopen to visitors on June 14th.

    This morning saw some tourists return who were visiting Koh...
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    Ned Beatty, ‘Deliverance’ and ‘Network’ Actor,...

    Ned Beatty, ‘Deliverance’ and ‘Network’ Actor, Dead at 83

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    Ned Beatty, the Oscar-nominated character actor known for his...
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    ^ Party pooper!

    ^ Party pooper!
  15. Rain falls after Chachoengsao villagers build enormous phallus

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    An enormous phallus which was built on a small dead-end road as a part of an ancient local rain-making ceremony in Chachoengsao brought...
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    Italian police arrest man over deaths of 39...

    Italian police arrest man over deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants in UK

    Police in Italy have arrested a man in connection with the investigation into the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants in the UK....
  17. ^The music is crap but they are cute little...

    ^The music is crap but they are cute little dancing girlie boys!
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    I don’t want servants around all the time....

    I don’t want servants around all the time. Instead, I would like to have a magic wand.
  19. Thread: OK, Boomer

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    You had better treat your boomer father very well...

    You had better treat your boomer father very well or he may cut you out of his will.
  20. Maybe. Maybe not. N. Korean authorities using...

    Maybe. Maybe not.

    N. Korean authorities using new law to crackdown on spread of South Korean content

    The North Korean government has been actively using its new “anti-reactionary thought law”...
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    Sticky: Moscow orders new restrictions as COVID-19...

    Moscow orders new restrictions as COVID-19 infections soar


    MOSCOW (AP) — Moscow’s mayor on Saturday ordered a week off for some workplaces and imposed restrictions on many businesses to fight...
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    Sticky: Chile shuts capital Santiago once more as...

    Chile shuts capital Santiago once more as vaccines fail to quell rampant cases


    SANTIAGO, June 10 (Reuters) - Chilean health authorities announced a blanket lockdown across the capital Santiago...
  23. Leaked documents from the North Korean government show Kim is running an anti-K-Pop c

    North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has declared war on K-Pop and is targeting BTS fans in particular in a bizarre battle of music and control.


    The 37-year-old supreme leader has taken issue with...
  24. Banks told by central bank to extend debt repayment for SMEs until year end

    The Bank of Thailand has instructed commercial banks to extend, until the end of the year, debt repayment periods for small and medium-sized enterprises, to help them cope with the impacts from the...
  25. Social Security Office Under Fire After Postponing Jabs For Insured People

    The Social Security Office (SSO) has come under heavy criticism after it abruptly postponed vaccinations in Bangkok for people insured under Section 33 of the Social Security Act to 28th June.

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  26. Myanmar Man Arrested For Helping 3 Thai Nationals Skip Border Checkpoint

    A Myanmar national has been arrested for allegedly helping three Thais skip a border checkpoint to illegally enter Chiang Rai province from Myanmar.


    The Special Task Force of the 3rd Cavalry...
  27. SNAFU

    SNAFU
  28. Tourism Minister reportedly says July 1 ‘sandbox’...

    Tourism Minister reportedly says July 1 ‘sandbox’ won’t happen


    UPDATE


    By the conclusion of a meeting in Phuket this afternoon the only confirmation was that the July 1 date for a re-opening...
  29. Excise Dept attributes drop in revenue to cigarette smuggling

    BANGKOK (NNT) - At a meeting of the parliamentary committee drafting the 2022 Budget Bill reviewing the funding of the Customs, Excise and Revenue departments, it was noted that the collection of...
  30. Lower hopes for Phuket HUKET: The Phuket...

    Lower hopes for Phuket


    HUKET: The Phuket sandbox tourism scheme faces a chaotic approval process as the government is still struggling to fine-tune the balance between public health and the...
  31. 14 foreign nationals arrested for reportedly overstaying in Thailand in Northeast

    Immigration Police today, June 11th, announced the arrest of 14 foreign nationals for reportedly overstaying in Thailand in Northeastern provinces, with the longest overstay of more than 7 years!
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  32. Motorbike thieves that reportedly stole and scrapped over fifty bikes arrested

    A gang of prolific motorbike thieves was arrested at a condominium in Pattaya yesterday (June 10th). Pattaya Police told local media the total cost in damages in terms of stolen motorbikes was over a...
  33. 31 people arrested at night club in Thonglor, Bangkok for allegedly violating Covid -

    31 people have been arrested at a nightclub in Thonglor, Bangkok today (June 12th) during a raid by Thonglor police while allegedly drinking alcohol, socializing, and partying. Thonglor Police stated...
  34. A Dozen Dead in Myanmar Military Plane Crash, Including Prominent Senior Monk

    A military plane crashed in central Myanmar’s Mandalay region Thursday, killing at least 12 people on board, including a prominent senior Buddhist monk, according to state media.


    The plane was...
  35. Hundreds of Families Forced to Move for Lao Coal Plant Expansion

    Authorities in northwestern Laos are forcing hundreds of families to relocate to make way for the expansion of a lignite power plant, setting the stage for a dispute over compensation with residents...
  36. China Passes Law Countering Foreign Sanctions Over Rights Abuses

    China has passed a tit-for-tat law allowing targeted sanctions against foreign individuals and organizations following a slew of sanctions targeting ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials...
  37. Southeast Asian Activists Criticize Rich Countries for Pre-ordering COVID-19 Vaccines

    Activists in Southeast Asia criticized rich nations Thursday for pre-ordering and stockpiling COVID-19 vaccines in excess of their populations’ needs, saying this caused a shortfall in supply for the...
  38. UN: Southeast Asian Meth Trade Grew in 2020 Despite COVID-19 Controls

    The illegal trade in methamphetamines grew robustly in Southeast and East Asia last year despite cross-border and movement restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus outbreak, the United Nations...
  39. Thai stock market exceeds expectations with 11-point rise

    The Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) Index closed at 1,636.56 on Friday, up 11.29 points or 0.69 per cent. Transactions totalled THB106.11 billion with an index high of 1,636.92 and a low of...
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    Sticky: Social Security jab stations closed for two weeks...

    Social Security jab stations closed for two weeks in Bangkok


    All 45 Bangkok vaccination stations for social security recipients were temporarily closed on Friday, though the government insists...
  41. Police Seek Arrests Warrants For 12 Uni Students That Beat Younger Pupil To Death

    Police will ask the Criminal Court to issue arrest warrants for 12 senior students at Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-ok, Uthenthawai Campus, for alleged involvement in a group beating of...
  42. Property market in tourism areas relying on vaccines for recovery

    Tourism destinations in Thailand are pinning their hopes on Covid-19 vaccines to revive their decimated economies, including in the real estate sector. Vichai Viratkapan from the Real Estate...
  43. China arrests over 1,100 suspects in crackdown on crypto-related money laundering

    Police in China arrested over 1,100 people suspected of using cryptocurrencies to launder illegal proceeds from telephone and Internet scams in a recent crackdown, the Ministry of Public Security...
  44. 3 family members killed as tree falls on their car during rainstorm

    Three family members in a car were killed last night while driving home through a heavy rainstorm on a winding mountain road in Umphang District of the northern Thai province of Tak.


    Police and...
  45. Security forces tighten measures at worker camps

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The police and military have increased their security measures at workers’ camps in Bangkok, ensuring these camps where many COVID-19 cases have recently been reported are completely...
  46. Thai Government Approves Order of 20 Million Doses of Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Public Health Ministry announced that the government has approved the order for 20 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The ministry will have a month to negotiate with...
  47. Thailand’s Consumer Confidence Hits Record Low in May

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) reported on Thursday that consumer confidence hit a record low in May, due to the country’s latest and biggest COVID-19 outbreak...
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    Meth dealer arrested in Chalong

    PHUKET: Police from the the Royal Thai Police Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau (CCIB) arrested a 34-year-old man in Chalong last night after tracking down crystal meth (ya ice) being sold on...
  49. Royal Thai Police announces major crackdown on illegal gun sales online

    The Crime Suppression Division of the Royal Thai Police (CSD) today, June 10th, reported a major crackdown on illegal gun sales online in Bangkok which were believed to be connected to a weapon...
  50. Local officials in Chonburi arrested after allegedly taking an 80,000 baht bribe

    The chief executive of the Nong Hong sub-district office and the head of engineering for the same sub-district were arrested this week by Thai anti-corruption police for allegedly taking bribes for a...
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