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Cabinet Green-Lights Medical Weed – Opium and Kratom, Too

BANGKOK — The first ever bill to allow limited use of cannabis for medical purposes was approved by the interim cabinet Tuesday.

Thai Law: Landlord Not Playing By New Rules? Here’s What to Do.

Two weeks after new consumer protections came into effect, few landlords are abiding by them. Should you roll over and give up? No, you should not.

Disgraced Cop’s Market ‘Plaza’ Meets Wrecking Ball

BANGKOK — A commercial building owned by a disgraced police official that hovered over a canal in northern Bangkok was being demolished Monday for trespassing on public property.

Punks Arrested For Insulting Junta Leaders at Concert (Video)

BANGKOK — Ten punk rock musicians were arrested Saturday for singing songs deemed insulting to the leaders of the ruling military junta.
Open wounds on an emaciated dog in a photo supplied to Khaosod English purportedly taken during this past week at a Livestock Department quarantine facility in Nakhon Panom province.

Officials Deny Massive Dog Deaths – Agree to Let Vets In

NAKHON PHANOM — The livestock department Saturday denied the situation inside a Nakhon Phanom rabies quarantine center is as bad as represented by a dog rescue foundation.
Police and rescue workers Friday attend to someone hit and killed by a van driver who fled the scene in Bangkok.

1 Dead as Bangkok School Van Driver Goes on Rampage

BANGKOK — The driver appeared drunk during a rampage in which he drove his school van into pedestrians, knocking down a motorcycle, injuring the rider and killing the passenger.

‘Murder Babes’ Get 34 Years For Dismembering Rival

KHON KAEN — A year after they became objects of repugnance and desire for their salacious tale of sex, drugs and murder, three women and a man were convicted Thursday of murdering and dismembering a young woman.

Aunties vs Markets: Court to Rule on City Hall’s Guilt

BANGKOK — The administrative court is set to rule Wednesday whether City Hall was complicit in allowing five markets to operate illegal around a residence in eastern Bangkok despite years of protests by a family living there.

Police Force Tour Hostess to Apologize For Not Smiling (Video)

BANGKOK — Thais like to call their country the “Land of Smiles,” and the authorities sometimes go to great lengths to protect that image.

Celebs Unlikely to Stop Hawking Deadly Supplements: Expert

BANGKOK — They’ve gone after Magic Skin’s “slimming” powders, Lyn’s killer diet pills and now actress Bella Ranee’s “Be Curve” food supplements. But will it be enough?

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