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  1. Cuban embassy in Paris attacked with petrol bombs

    The Cuban embassy in Paris was attacked with petrol bombs on Tuesday, its staff said, causing damage to the building but no harm to those working inside.


    The Cuban Foreign Ministry condemned the...
  2. EU sends help to Italy as hundreds are evacuated from island of Sardinia amid wildfir

    Massive wildfires have ravaged tens of thousands of hectares on the Italian island of Sardinia. Firefighters are struggling to contain the blaze as it rages for a third day straight, with Rome asking...
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    Facebook and tech giants to target attacker...

    Facebook and tech giants to target attacker manifestos, far-right militias in database


    July 26 (Reuters) - A counterterrorism organization formed by some of the biggest U.S. tech companies...
  4. Vietnam Rescinds Endorsement of Traditional Medicines for COVID-19

    Vietnam has rescinded a recent endorsement of 12 traditional medicines as effective treatment against COVID-19 after promotion of the herbal remedies by the country’s health ministry caused an outcry...
  5. Floods Add to Misery as Myanmar Struggles to Control Third Wave of COVID-19

    Already grappling with a deadly third wave of COVID-19 infections in a health crisis made worse by chaos from the military coup, southern Myanmar was inundated by severe flooding over the weekend...
  6. Chinas Panchen Lama Ignored by Tibetans Told to Show Devotion

    A Beijing-appointed Tibetan Buddhist leader sent by China to attend a conference in Sichuan this month was ignored by ordinary Tibetans who had been told by authorities to turn out to greet him, with...
  7. Mongkut Wattana hospital to reject COVID patients dumped on the doorstep

    The director of Bangkok’s Mongkut Wattana Hospital has issued a stern warning to those who attempt to jump the admissions queue by dumping COVID-19 infected people at the hospital without advance...
  8. Individuals Aged 18 & Over To Get COVID-19 Vaccine In Bangkok

    Individuals aged 18 and over will be able to reserve a spot for COVID-19 vaccination at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station beginning from the end of the month, with inoculations planned to begin at the...
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    Heavy Rain Forecast For 22 Provinces

    Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon, in his capacity as the chairman of the National Water Resources Committee, has ordered all relevant state agencies to prepare for major downpours across 22...
  10. Health Ministry reassures Pfizer booster available to healthcare workers

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Ministry of Public Health has stressed 500,000 doses of Pfizer jabs from the 1.54 million donated by the U.S. government will be reserved for healthcare workers, while denying...
  11. OAG dismiss old news shared online, confirms indictment of Red Bull scion based on ne

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) confirmed today the ongoing indictment of Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya, scion of the Red Bull empire, for his controversial hit-and-run case...
  12. Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex Is Recognized as World Heritage Site

    PHETCHABURI (NNT) - UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee (WHC) has adopted the Kaeng Krachan Forest Complex, in Thailand’s Phetchaburi province, as a world heritage site.


    The majority of WHC...
  13. Daughter dumps COVID-infected father, 80, at temple

    NAKHON RATCHASIMA: A woman has come under fire after she dumped her COVID-infected 80-year-old father at a temple in Bua Lai district on Sunday (July 25) before driving off.

    A Facebook user, said...
  14. Police investigate womanā€™s death after apparent condo fall

    PHUKET: Police are investigating the death of a Thai woman who they believe fell to her death from the seventh-floor of her Phuket condominium in Wichit today (July 27).

    Lt Wuttichai Chanfai of...
  15. Phuket orders closures of department stores and sports fields for one week

    Phuket authorities last night, July 26th, have ordered a temporary closure of two Central shopping malls and outdoor and indoor sports fields to prevent the spread of Covid-19 following an increasing...
  16. Thai Cabinet approves 2,000 baht reduction of tuition fees for all students nationwid

    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O’Cha today, July 27th, has initially approved a 2,000-baht reduction of tuition fees for students for the first semester.


    Today’s Cabinet meeting, chaired by the...
  17. At 44 years of age you’d think they would know...

    At 44 years of age you’d think they would know better than pull that childish stunt.
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    Sticky: Doctors, nurses and other health groups call for...

    Doctors, nurses and other health groups call for mandatory coronavirus vaccinations for all health workers

    Medical groups representing millions of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other health...
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    Sticky: Fauci says US headed in ‘wrong direction’ on...

    Fauci says US headed in ‘wrong direction’ on coronavirus

    WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The United States is in an “unnecessary predicament” of soaring COVID-19 cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and...
  20. TAT expects 850 billion baht in tourism revenue after successful reopening

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Following the launch of the Phuket Sandbox tourism scheme on July 1st this year, many foreign tourists moved by the warm hospitality of the people of Phuket, are looking forward to...
  21. 13% of People in High-density Communities in Bangkok Are Infected with COVID-19

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Rural Doctors’ Society (RDS) reports that over 13% of people in 40 high-density communities in Bangkok were found to be infected during proactive COVID-19 screening.

    ...
  22. Thai Health Ministry Arranges Free, Isolated Seats on Transport for COVID-19 Returnee

    BANGKOK (NNT) - Thailand’s Public Health Ministry is cooperating with the National Health Security Office (NHSO) and related agencies to help COVID-19 patients to return to their home provinces...
  23. Two unemployed elderly people stuck living in a gas station in the Pattaya area

    Two elderly people originally from Kanchanaburi were found living homeless at a gas station parking lot in Pattaya recently, unable to go back to their hometown after bus services have essentially...
  24. Couple arrested after singing and running a livestream show while driving a motorbike

    A couple has been arrested last night (July 25th) after they were singing and live streaming while driving a motorbike during a mandatory Covid-19 curfew time in Pattaya.

    A team from the...
  25. Afghan soldiers seek refuge in Pakistan after...

    Afghan soldiers seek refuge in Pakistan after losing border military posts to Taliban

    ISLAMABAD: Forty-six Afghan soldiers sought refuge in Pakistan after losing control of military positions...
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    Sticky: Application process starts for Japan’s ‘vaccine...

    Application process starts for Japan’s ‘vaccine passports’

    Municipalities across Japan on July 26 started accepting applications for “vaccine passports” from people who are fully inoculated...
  27. That yellow rattle seems to be a nasty thing....

    That yellow rattle seems to be a nasty thing. Glad we don’t have that here!

    Does the UK have any seed banks that could help you out with some nice wildflower seeds? Sometimes seed banks have...
  28. Nearly 600 temples now offering free cremation services

    Prime Minister’s Office Minister Anucha Nakasai announced today that nearly 600 temples in Thailand are offering free cremation services for people who died from Covid.


    The win-lose offer...
  29. ‘Mercy is Power’ Campaign against Buying and Owning Ivory and Tiger Products

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The wildlife trade monitoring network (TRAFFIC), Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) have...
  30. Emergency evacuations underway in two cities in...

    Emergency evacuations underway in two cities in Henan, facing swollen dykes


    Xinxiang and Hebi, two cities in Central China's Henan Province hit by a heavy deluge on Friday, have kicked off...
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    The Federal Bureau of Investigations recovered no...

    The Federal Bureau of Investigations recovered no gun. The guns which were found were found by other law inforcement agencies than the FBI, like the DC Metro Police. The DOJ prosecutes.

    Not...
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    Snip: The U.S. Department of Justice has charged...

    Snip: The U.S. Department of Justice has charged at least three people on gun charges stemming from the Jan. 6 riot, including one whom prosecutors said Metro police found carrying a loaded handgun...
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    'QAnon Shaman' in plea negotiations after mental...

    'QAnon Shaman' in plea negotiations after mental health diagnosis -lawyer

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The participant in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots nicknamed the "QAnon Shaman" is negotiating a...
  36. Backlash over new regulation classifying tampons...

    Backlash over new regulation classifying tampons as a cosmetic product


    There has been some online backlash today (Thursday), soon after the government passed a new regulation which categorises...
  37. ^ Too funny! Though I have to wonder if a man...

    ^ Too funny! Though I have to wonder if a man that large can reach his backside.
  38. Covid-19¯ deaths said to cause crematorium in Bangkok to partially collapse

    A crematorium in Bangkok partially collapsed due to pressure from burning too many corpses of Covid-19 patients. In the latest and severe wave of Covid-19, first recorded on April 1, more than 3,500...
  39. Employees tested positive for Covid-19 forced to continue working

    Employees at a factory tested positive for Covid-19 but were forced to continue working. Sukon Suwansaksin the Village Chief of Chonburi City and related officials received complaints from villagers...
  40. Covid-infected body of man, 80, found near...

    Covid-infected body of man, 80, found near Victory Monument


    An 80-year-old homeless man infected with Covid-19 was found dead on a Bangkok street on Saturday morning.

    The corpse was found...
  41. Thai Pharmaceutical Organization Signs Contract to Purchase 5 Million Doses of Modern

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) has signed a contract with Zuellig Pharma Thailand to purchase 5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, which are all expected...
  42. Thai Army Deploys Aircraft to Help Transport COVID-19 Patients for Treatment in Provi

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Royal Thai Army has deployed its aircraft to help transport COVID-19 patients for treatment in the provinces, due to a shortage of beds in Greater Bangkok.


    Army deputy...
  43. Thailand"s Exports in June Grow at Highest Rate for 11 Years

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The Commerce Ministry reports that exports in June grew at the highest rate for 11 years, as global demand increased, and that this trend is expected to continue.


    Commerce...
  44. Body of man who fell at Sarasin Bridge after...

    Body of man who fell at Sarasin Bridge after entry denial found



    PHUKET: The body of a man who slipped and fell into the water under the Sarasin bridge after he was denied entry to the island...
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    Philippines suspends Thailand travel

    BANGKOK: The Philippines will suspend travel from Thailand and Malaysia, as well as tighten restrictions in the Manila area, in a bid to prevent the spread of the contagious Delta variant of the...
  46. Phuket police officers come to the rescue of dog hit by car

    A pair of Phuket police officers have been praised online after rescuing a dog that had been hit by a car and left at the entrance to the Darasamuth Underpass earlier this month.

    Mr. Wirat and...
  47. Philippines Evacuates Thousands As Monsoon Rains Flood Capital Manila

    Manila: Philippine authorities moved thousands of residents in the capital, Manila, out of low-lying communities on Saturday as heavy monsoon rains, compounded by a tropical storm, flooded the city...
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    Trump PAC has not used any of the $75M its raised...

    Trump PAC has not used any of the $75M its raised this year to help fund election audits: report

    Former President Trump’s leadership PAC has not yet used any of the roughly $75 million raised to...
  49. China"s President Xi Jinping Makes Unannounced Visit to Tibetan Capital Lhasa

    Chinese President Xi Jinping made a visit Thursday to Tibet’s regional capital Lhasa, strolling in the city’s Barkor area and greeting passersby in an unannounced trip not covered by Chinese...
  50. Outspoken Radio Commentator Shot Dead in Philippines

    A gunman shot dead a radio commentator in the central Philippines after he signed off from the air and exited the broadcast station on Thursday, colleagues and officials said.


    The Philippines,...
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