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  1. Thread: Pudding

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    ^^ You need to share this recipe with us! That...

    ^^ You need to share this recipe with us! That looks nice.
  2. As COVID-19 cases surge, Thai hospital uses containers to store bodies

    BANGKOK: A Thai hospital morgue overwhelmed by COVID-19 deaths has begun storing bodies in refrigerated containers, resorting to a measure it last took in a devastating 2004 tsunami, as the country...
  3. Swiss man found hanged at home in Pa Khlok

    PHUKET: A 37-year-old Swiss man was found hanged at his home at a housing estate in Moo 1, Pa Khlok, yesterday (July 31).

    Capt Suchart Luecha of the Thalang Police was called to the house at about...
  4. Phuket Provincial Police Chief probed over gambling den raid

    PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police Commander Maj Gen Pornsak Nuannoo and two other top-ranking officers have been transferred pending an investigation into their relationships with suspects arrested in...
  5. Heavy drinkers force Kirin Brewery to charge for tours

    Repeated visits by heavy drinkers forced Kirin Brewery Co. to change its longstanding policy of allowing visitors to sample its beer for free during factory tours.


    The change, effective Oct. 1,...
  6. Taliban attacked UN office in Herat HERAT...

    Taliban attacked UN office in Herat

    HERAT (Agencies): Taliban militants again attacked the office of the UN mission in Afghan Herat, Afghan Defense Ministry spokes-man Fawad Aman said.


    “The...
  7. China's Taishan Nuclear Plant Shuts Down After...

    China's Taishan Nuclear Plant Shuts Down After Damage to Fuel Rods

    Engineers at a nuclear plant in southern China have been forced to shut down a reactor after minor fuel damage was detected.

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  8. ^ Had to take a look at that China Observer...

    ^ Had to take a look at that China Observer YouTube. It is just heartbreaking. Stupid to suppress that kind of event.

    Flooded Tunnel Drained, How Many People Died, You Will Never Know the Truth -...
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    Sticky: I’m sure. It’s just disturbing to me there are so...

    I’m sure. It’s just disturbing to me there are so many idiots out there that it comes to having not just the police but the military patrolling.
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    Sticky: Covid in Sydney: Military deployed to help...

    Covid in Sydney: Military deployed to help enforce lockdown

    Australia has deployed hundreds of soldiers to Sydney to help enforce a Covid lockdown.


    A Delta outbreak which began in June has...
  11. Chinese Authorities in Tibet Demand Information on Relatives Living Abroad

    Chinese authorities in Tibet are ordering Tibetan residents to turn over the names and other personal information of relatives living in exile communities outside Tibet, threatening loss of state...
  12. Cambodia Closes Border Crossings as COVID-19 Crisis Strands Migrant Workers in Thaila

    Cambodian migrant workers in Thailand on Thursday blasted Prime Minister Hun Sen’s government for ordering provinces near the Thai border to close down border crossings as a preventive measure...
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    Uncle falls down 17 meter well rescued

    An uncle falls down a well that is 17 meters deep and survives. He has also reunited with a relative after searching for 15 long years thanks to the story going viral online. The 55 year old man...
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    Sticky: China outbreak spreads as WHO sounds alarm on...

    China outbreak spreads as WHO sounds alarm on Delta

    BEIJING: Mushrooming outbreaks of the highly contagious Delta variant prompted China and Australia to impose stricter COVID-19 restrictions on...
  15. Missing man found deceased after speedboat capsizes, survivor swims five kilometers

    The body of a missing man was found floating in the sea after a speedboat reportedly sunk in Mueang Chonburi yesterday.


    The Sanesuk Police was notified of the incident at 10:30 P.M. Thursday...
  16. A new tunnel is spotted at a Chinese nuclear test site

    BEIJING (NPR): China appears to be expanding its sprawling nuclear weapons testing complex in the nation’s western desert. Satellite imagery shared exclusively with NPR shows a possible new tunnel...
  17. Spare us.

    Spare us.
  18. Philippines' Duterte fully restores key U.S. troop pact

    MANILA (Reuters) -Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has restored a crucial pact governing the presence of U.S. troops in the Southeast Asian nation, the two countries’ defence ministers said on...
  19. OhOh loves the guy. It’s merely opinion but OhOh...

    OhOh loves the guy. It’s merely opinion but OhOh must stick him in the News at every turn. Maybe we need a OhOh thread for Indian Punchline.
  20. Wife of North Korean Consul in Russia Dies from COVID-19

    The wife of a North Korean consul stationed in Vladivostok, Russia, contracted COVID-19 and died this month, RFA has learned from sources in Russia, who said the North lacked the cash to vaccinate...
  21. Indonesia: Residents Seek Compensation for New Bali Project in Lombok

    Some residents of an Indonesian island where a world-class luxury resort and motor-racing circuit is being constructed with China-linked money say they have been threatened in connection with the...
  22. Thai backhoe and truck owners seek debt moratorium from Finance Ministry

    Owners of six-wheel trucks and backhoe excavators are seeking help from the Finance Ministry, by negotiating with commercial banks or other financial institutes, to freeze their debt and interest...
  23. Has Thaksin finally found a way of returning to Thailand through the front door?

    The one wish Thaksin Shinawatra made while blowing out 72 candles on his birthday cake on Monday (July 26) was to be able to return home.


    Thaksin was ousted in the 2006 coup after serving as...
  24. Agriculture Authorities Warn Thai Fruit Exporters of China’s Strict COVID-19 Measures

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Department of Agriculture has warned Thai fruit exporters, sending shipments to China, to employ strict measures to ensure their products are not contaminated.

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    Thailand’s Finance Ministry Slashes 2021 Economic...

    Thailand’s Finance Ministry Slashes 2021 Economic Growth Forecast to 1.3%

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Finance Ministry has slashed its 2021 economic growth forecast to 1.3%, from 2.3%, the third...
  26. Police probe staged protest photos of bodies left on Phuket Town streets

    PHUKET: Phuket Provincial Police have launched an investigation into staged photos posted online showing white shrouds spattered with blood strewn on the streets of Phuket Town in protest over the...
  27. Major drug arrest in Northern Thailand, confiscating more than 8 million meth pills

    Thailand’s Narcotics Suppression Bureau today, July 29th, announced a major drug arrest in the northern provinces of Thailand, confiscating more than 8 million pills of methamphetamine.


    A group...
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    Sticky: Nanjing outbreak spreads to 5 provinces and...

    Nanjing outbreak spreads to 5 provinces and Beijing; most extensive contagion after Wuhan


    A new surge of COVID-19 cases starting from an airport of Nanjing, capital city of East China's Jiangsu...
  29. Thread: Cottage pie

    by misskit
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    Take the cases off and cut them up next time. :)

    Take the cases off and cut them up next time. :)
  30. Thread: Cottage pie

    by misskit
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    Oops! Didn’t know that would happen. I’ve put a...

    Oops! Didn’t know that would happen. I’ve put a piece of fish in on foil uncovered in the air fryer. The fish cooked on top very fast but the bottom was still raw. Decided the air must circulate for...
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    Sounds about right.

    Sounds about right.
  32. That’s an f’n joke. We will be needing to speak...

    That’s an f’n joke. We will be needing to speak Spanish way before our days are numbered.

    I reckon the Latinos are our secret weapon. :)
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    Sticky: ^ Currently the armed forces cannot command US...

    ^ Currently the armed forces cannot command US troops to be jabbed because they aren’t FDA approved. All changes once FDA approved.
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    Sticky: Full FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine May Come...

    Full FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine May Come in ‘Couple of Months,’ Report Says

    Full FDA approval for COVID-19 vaccines could come within the next couple of months, CNN reports. Federal...
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    Sticky: Experts ask to see data behind new policy ...

    Experts ask to see data behind new policy


    WASHINGTON - New recommendations from federal health officials this week on when vaccinated Americans should don face masks came with a startling bolt...
  36. Desperate COVID Families Hoist Flags For Donations in Myanmar Cities

    Families stricken with COVID-19 are hoisting flags above their homes in Myanmar’s most populated cities to solicit much-needed donations during a third wave of the coronavirus that critics say has...
  37. ^ No, but if you don’t have tapir, serow, and...

    ^ No, but if you don’t have tapir, serow, and muntjac it is hard for the tigers to find something to eat!
  38. Popular Lao Musician Ther Una Arrested, Questioned on Unknown Charges

    Authorities in Laos have arrested a popular young Lao musician and producer known for singing songs criticizing official corruption in the one-party communist state, sources in the country say.

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  39. Malaysians Bewildered, in Limbo Over Status of Revoked Emergency Laws

    The Malaysian government’s announcement Monday that it had revoked emergency ordinances days earlier, on July 21, has caused utter confusion among citizens and lawmakers alike, leaving many to wonder...
  40. Bangkok Chinatown street food stalls, gold shops see worst trade in years

    The Thai capital’s once bustling Chinatown is now uncharacteristically quiet, with many businesses suffering from the impacts of the raging COVID-19 pandemic.


    The 9pm to 4am curfew in Bangkok...
  41. Exactly.

    Exactly.
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    Sticky: 4 billion anti-Covid shots injected worldwide ...

    4 billion anti-Covid shots injected worldwide

    More than 4 billion doses of anti-Covid vaccines have been administered around the world, eight months after the vaccination drive started, according...
  43. More tigers found in Thailand nature, as world marks International Tiger Day Thursd

    17 more tigers have been found in Thailand’s natural environment this year, bringing the total to 177, according to the country’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, as the...
  44. China accuses BBC of fake news over floods reporting

    Beijing on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the BBC, accusing it of broadcasting “fake news” and saying the organization was “naturally unpopular” over its coverage of devastating floods in...
  45. Elephant finds man missing for 16 day in forest

    An elephant helped find a 58 year old man that went missing for 16 days in the forest. It is a miracle that the man is still alive and has now been rescued. Search teams went looking for the man for...
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    Battling on busy Bangkok road

    The Prawet intersection on Onnut Road in Bangkok became a bit of a battlefield on Wednesday evening when a pick-up truck that had been chasing a sedan squeezed it to the kerb. The pick-up driver and...
  47. Official says Tak flash flood now improvingť, despite continuous reports of flooding

    The flash flood crisis in major areas of Tak, Thailand’s northern province, which has resulted in mudslides, over 200 households being affected, and people running for their lives, is now...
  48. State Railway of Thailand Will Continue Special Train Services for COVID-19 Returnees

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will continue to provide special trains for COVID-19 patients returning home, despite the small number of passengers to date.


    SRT governor...
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    Sticky: US commits another 2.5 million Pfizer doses to...

    US commits another 2.5 million Pfizer doses to Thailand


    BANGKOK (NNT) - A donation of 1.5 million Pfizer brand COVID-19 vaccines by the United States is set to arrive in Thailand today (July 29,...
  50. Layan beachfront squatters given yet another reprieve

    PHUKET: MaAnn Samran, Chief of the Cherng Talay Tambon Administrative Organisation (OrBorTor) has given illegal occupiers of prime beachfront land at Layan Beach belonging to the government another...
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