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Freshman Forced to Sing, Slap Self Until Bruised in Uni Hazing Ritual

NAKHON RATCHASIMA — A student at a Korat university was forced to slap her thighs and shins to singing and chanting all day, resulting in wounds that her sister reported to an anti-hazing Facebook page Wednesday and went viral Thursday.
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Phuket Stunned by Cop’s Sick Street Moves (Video)

PHUKET — Helmet? Check. Safety vest and handgun? Check. Totally fly moves? Hell yes of check. A traffic cop revealed his secret B-boy identity and like-a-pro skills Saturday night while working a Phuket city marathon.

Thai Life Pulls Tearjerker Ad Following Complaints

BANGKOK — Thailand’s most prominent life insurance firm on Wednesday took pulled a commercial due to complaints from a group of nurses that it damaged their image.
Facebook, Messenger and Instagram apps displayed on an iPhone in a photo taken Wednesday. Photo: Jenny Kane / Associated Press

The Server Did It: Facebook Gives Vague Explanation For Outage

NEW YORK — Facebook went down for almost a full day across parts of the world, but it's still not saying exactly what happened. All...
Surat Phaeoket tends to Tongkum Thursday night at Khan Na Yao Police Station.

Smiling Buffalo Sliding Into Depression: Farmer Friend

BANGKOK — A farmer accused of serious crimes for crowdfunding a buffalo has denied all charges and says the animal is suffering in police...

Bodyslam Singer Falls Into Drain Training For Charity Run

BANGKOK — It was with some irony a famous singer acknowledged Thursday that he injured his leg falling into a drain while training for a charity run to benefit hospitals.

Vitas Thanks Thai Fans for Cover of ‘Weird Russian Song’

BANGKOK — Vitas, the singer known for his strange noughties-era Russian song thanked Thai fans for paying tribute to his wonderful weirdness.

Naresuan Seniors, Alumni Defend Muddy Hazing

PHITSANULOK — A ceremony, watched over by professors, sanctifies a wooden pole. Freshmen in white carry a heavy wooden pillar around the campus before...

No Shock, Awe from 'Cyber War' as ‘National' Gateway Moves Forward



BANGKOK — Damage from an attack on government services online appeared limited today, while state-owned CAT Telecom said it will begin preparations to build a single gateway project that has been rebranded as a business-positive part of the kingdom’s “digital economy” strategy.
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Netizens Pan ‘Rude’ Vogue Interview With Princess (Video)

BANGKOK — One of King Rama X’s daughters gave an interview to Vogue Thailand in the magazine’s single camera format, answering many questions about...

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