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Motorcycle Injures 3 Near Memorial Service for Motorcycle Crash Victim

PATHUM THANI — Three people were injured in a motorcycle accident that took place across the street from where a religious service was being held for a pedestrian who was killed on the same crosswalk two weeks ago.

Review: Not Even Wonder Woman Can Save ‘Justice League’

It's hard not to feel a little bad for the DC Comics films at this point.

Thai Celeb To File Charges Over 'Hooker' Book

BANGKOK — A Thai actress has pledged to file criminal charges against an American author who put her face on a book about Thailand's sex industry, allegedly without her consent.

Koh Tao Murders: Lawyers Appeal Against Death Sentences

By Panarat Thepgumpanat and Pairat Temphairojana
Reuters

BANGKOK — Lawyers filed an appeal on Monday against the conviction of two Myanmar migrant workers sentenced to death in Thailand for the 2014 murder of two British backpackers on a holiday island, another twist in a case mired in controversy and dispute.

Judge in Parking Rage Video Mentally Ill, Court Spokesman Says



BANGKOK — A court spokesman on Thursday said a judge seen behaving erratically in a viral video suffers from an unspecified mental illness.

"Quality Newspaper For Quality Of The Nation"

Matichon (มติชน, lit. 'The Popular Consent'/'The Popular Opinion') has been one of the most influential newspapers in Thailand for the past 30 years

Coup Soldiers Evacuate Post Because of 'Ghost'

NAKHON PHANOM — A squad of soldiers has decided to leave the telecommunication hub they were ordered to occupy after allegedly encountering a female ghost.

Phew? Ed Sheeran Doesn’t (Yet) Cancel Bangkok Concert

BANGKOK — Following a bicycling accident two days ago, English pop star Ed Sheeran Wednesday morning canceled five upcoming shows – but Bangkok wasn’t among them.

Chiang Mai Monks Offer 'Merit Coffee' to Temple-Goers

CHIANG MAI — Visitors to Sankangpla Temple in Chiang Mai province looking for a boost of energy — physically or spiritually — are encouraged to order a special cup of "merit coffee" made by monks in a cafe on the temple grounds.

Thai, Foreign Cops to Hold Concert at Asiatique

BANGKOK — If you see cops descending on Asiatique this weekend, don’t worry – they aren’t out to catch any visa violators, but to serenade you with their music.

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