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    Sticky: Global coronavirus cases rise to more than 11...

    Global coronavirus cases rise to more than 11 million – Thai PBS World
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    Air fryers/convection ovens are da bomb! I got...

    Air fryers/convection ovens are da bomb! I got one a couple of months ago and use it all the time. Makes GREAT fries. Cooked a whole chicken which came out beautiful. I even cooked a steak in it!...
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    :arms::party43::party43::banana: Will be so...

    :arms::party43::party43::banana:

    Will be so glad to see the end of that sorry lot.
  4. Japan evacuates 92,200 households as torrential rains pound the area

    Japan is evacuating tens of thousands of residents in the southern island of Kyushu amid torrential flooding.


    Fifteen people are already feared dead and nine are missing, Reuters reported,...
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    Poll: I’ll be glad just to get back to Thailand! It’s...

    I’ll be glad just to get back to Thailand! It’s much more civilized.

    Heard it is fairly difficult to immigrate to Australia.
  6. Or one could read this book. Mao's Great Leap...

    Or one could read this book.

    Mao's Great Leap Forward 'killed 45 million in four years'

    Mao's Great Leap Forward 'killed 45 million in four years' | The Independent
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    Poll: https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=5...

    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=53883&stc=1

    :smileylaughing:
  8. Activist leaves Hong Kong after new law to...

    Activist leaves Hong Kong after new law to advocate abroad

    HONG KONG (AP) — Prominent Hong Kong democracy activist Nathan Law has left the city for an undisclosed location after testifying in a...
  9. Thanks for that, fiddler! Really enjoyable videos.

    Thanks for that, fiddler! Really enjoyable videos.
  10. Interesting and beautiful YouTube...

    Interesting and beautiful

    YouTube
  11. Deep in since-flooded caves, researchers find evidence of America's first miners

    Sam Meacham has spent years studying the miles of caves beneath Mexico’s Yucatán region.


    Although they are now flooded, most of the caves in Quintana Roo state were dry and accessible until...
  12. Bangkok condo supply in Q2 sees sharp fall of nearly 80 per cent

    There has been a sharp decline in the number of new condominium projects in Bangkok in the second quarter of 2020, according to a Colliers International Thailand survey.


    The survey said only...
  13. Standards agency cracks down on firms for smuggling, selling low quality products

    The Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) recently seized a cache of products that were brought into the country illegally through the National Single Window (NSW) system as well as a stock of...
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    Monkey-picked coconut boycott spreads

    Major Western retailers have begun to pull Thai coconut products from their shelves amid allegations that the coconuts were picked by inhumanely treated monkeys.


    The monkeys are snatched from...
  15. Hong Kong officials disappointed at Canada’s move...

    Hong Kong officials disappointed at Canada’s move to suspend extradition pact

    HONG KONG (Reuters) – Senior officials in Hong Kong said on Saturday they were “very disappointed” at Canada’s...
  16. Hong Kongers scrub social media history in face...

    Hong Kongers scrub social media history in face of security law – Raw Story
  17. In the USA Walmart will turn 160 parking lots...

    In the USA

    Walmart will turn 160 parking lots into drive-in movie theaters
  18. Thailand opens drive-in cinema with cooling system for film fans wary of coronavirus

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Keen for the big screen but wary of the coronavirus, Thai film fans flocked to a new drive-in cinema on Thursday, which offered a novel cooling system to help combat the...
  19. Thailand's main airport offers rapid coronavirus test for international arrivals

    SAMUT PRAKAN, Thailand (Reuters) - Thailand’s main international airport unveiled rapid coronavirus tests on Friday for some overseas arrivals after a three-month ban on foreign visitors was...
  20. As China tightens its grip on Hong Kong, people...

    As China tightens its grip on Hong Kong, people are leaving for Taiwan


    Residents of Hong Kong, deeply concerned by Beijing's new security law, seek safety and freedom in nearby Taiwan.

    As...
  21. Hong Kong Protest Slogans Break China's New...

    Hong Kong Protest Slogans Break China's New Security Law: Government

    Authorities in Hong Kong on Thursday warned that slogans and speech related to last year's protest movement or calls for...
  22. Manila, Hanoi Criticize Beijing over Naval...

    Manila, Hanoi Criticize Beijing over Naval Exercise in South China Sea

    The Philippines and Vietnam on Thursday separately denounced Beijing’s decision to stage naval exercises this week in...
  23. Tollway fees exempted on two routes for long weekend

    The Cabinet has approved waiver of toll fees for Motorway No 7 and No 9 from July 3 to 8 to facilitate travel during the long weekend holidays, Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob said on Thursday...
  24. Immigration Bureau mulls further visa extension for stranded foreigners

    The Immigration Bureau is discussing the possibility of extending visa amnesty for foreigners stranded in Thailand, Foreign Ministry’s deputy spokesperson Natapanu Nopakun said at the daily Covid-19...
  25. Baht weakens amid doubts about fiscal policies

    The baht opened at 31.02 to the US dollar on Thursday morning (July 2), weakening from Tuesday’s close of 30.95.


    The Thai currency is expected to move between 30.90 and 31.10 on Wednesday, said...
  26. Death toll rises to 162 in Myanmar jade mine...

    Death toll rises to 162 in Myanmar jade mine collapse



    VIDEODeath toll rises to 162 in Myanmar jade mine collapse
  27. Masks and bikinis as Bangkok sex districts reopen with new rules

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - With performers wearing facemasks as well as bikinis, Bangkok’s red-light districts reopened on Wednesday after more than three months of shutdown to stop the spread of...
  28. 2020 Q1-Q2 employment reaches 3-year high

    BANGKOK(NNT) - Despite the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, data from the Department of Industrial Works suggests an unexpected increase in employee demands in the first half of this...
  29. Sisaket Finds Almost 20 Chikungunya Patients

    BANGKOK(NNT) - During the rainy season, there is usually extra monitoring of diseases spread by mosquitoes especially Dengue and Chikungunya. This year in Sisaket province alone, there are already...
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    5,600 racers caught in 11 days

    Police arrested more than 5,600 street racers and seized over 17,700 bikes in 11 days after the night curfew was lifted.


    The police ramped up efforts to crack down on illegal street racers,...
  31. Gov Moves to Crack Down on Online Sales of Booze

    KhaoSod English

    BANGKOK — The country’s top alcohol regulator on Thursday approved a draft regulation to ban any online booze sales.


    The move came after alcohol watchdog groups urged the...
  32. 2.7 million in Thailand’s tourism sector redundant by September – TTIC

    Confidence among Thailand’s tourism business operators fell to the lowest level in a decade during the second quarter of 2020, with about 2.6 million workers already out of work and about another...
  33. Hong Kong protester arrested on suspicion of...

    Hong Kong protester arrested on suspicion of stabbing police


    HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police arrested a man onboard a London-bound flight early Thursday morning on suspicion of stabbing a...
  34. Myanmar jade mine accident: 125 killed, some 200 trapped

    At least 125 people were killed and around 200 others are trapped after a jade mine collapsed in Hpakant, northern Myanmar on Thursday, local media reported.





    The incident happened at...
  35. Fire guts Pattaya’s landmark Ban Sukhavadi mansion

    The dome-shaped building, in the grounds of the Ban Sukhavadi seaside mansion, one of Pattaya’s landmarks, has sustained major damage, estimated about 100 million baht, after it was gutted by fire...
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    Aren’t Karens supposed to be Millennials? Those...

    Aren’t Karens supposed to be Millennials? Those two with the guns look a tad older. They should have known better.
  37. Italian police seize over $1 billion of 'ISIS-made' Captagon amphetamines

    (CNN)Police in Italy have confiscated a huge shipment of 14 metric tonnes (15.4 US tons) of amphetamines which they say was produced by ISIS in Syria.


    Officers tracked three suspect containers...
  38. Hong Kong police make first arrests under new...

    Hong Kong police make first arrests under new security law as thousands protest



    "The law is a birthday gift to (Hong Kong) and will show its precious value in the future," Chinese official...
  39. Russia to Offer Simplified E-Visas to Tourists From 53 Countries in 2021

    Russian lawmakers have passed legislation that will allow foreign tourists from 53 countries to visit Russia with an electronic visa starting next year, the Kommersant business daily reported Monday....
  40. Indonesian Leader Says Companies Want to Relocate from China, Other Countries

    Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo announced on Tuesday that seven multinational companies, including LG Electronics and Panasonic, plan to move manufacturing facilities valued at $850 million...
  41. Australia seeks long-range missiles in Indo-Pacific defence shift

    Australia says it will significantly increase military spending and focus on the Indo-Pacific region amid rising tensions between the US and China.


    PM Scott Morrison pledged A$270bn (Ł150bn;...
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    Wow. He was an oldie but goodie. I was beginning...

    Wow. He was an oldie but goodie. I was beginning to think he would live forever.
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    They were shocked.

    They were shocked.
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    I thought $5 each was a deal for those steaks!...

    I thought $5 each was a deal for those steaks! Bought several.
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    ^ Those are cheap steaks. They were not well...

    ^ Those are cheap steaks. They were not well marbled. They need help. Wouldn’t do it to a nice piece of meat.
  46. India Urged to Rethink Its Policy on Tibet After...

    India Urged to Rethink Its Policy on Tibet After Deadly Border Violence

    Recent deadly clashes between Indian and Chinese forces along the unmarked border between the two countries are prompting...
  47. China Puts Huge Warship at Woody Island Ahead of...

    China Puts Huge Warship at Woody Island Ahead of Naval Exercise





    China has docked what looks to be a Type 071 warship in service with the People’s Liberation Army Navy at Woody Island,...
  48. Laid Off Cambodian Entertainment Workers Petition Government For Coronavirus Relief

    Scores of women who work in Cambodia’s entertainment sector have petitioned the government for monthly assistance of U.S. $40 and to intervene with their landlords to lower their rent, with some...
  49. 4 Philippine Soldiers Shot Dead in Incident with Police in Sulu

    Philippine authorities late Monday said they were investigating the killing of four army intelligence personnel by police officers in an apparent friendly fire incident in southern Sulu province, a...
  50. Thai Court Will Hold Inquest into 2019 Death of Suspected Rebel

    A court in southern Thailand will hold hearings in November and December into the cause of death of a suspected insurgent who fell into a coma and died after being taken into military custody last...
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