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Sunday, April 21, 2019

Korean Man Falls to Death at Pattaya Condo

PATTAYA — A Korean man was found dead in front of a condominium early Thursday morning.

Update: Woman Hangs Herself on Hua Lamphong-Bound Train

BANGKOK — A woman was found dead Thursday after apparently hanging herself in the toilet aboard a train bound for the Bangkok Railway Station, or Hua Lamphong.

No One Hurt in Fire at Major Cineplex Pinklao, Police Say

BANGKOK — A fire is burning at a large cinema complex on Bangkok’s Thonburi side this morning.

Korean Man Dies After Falling Down Elevator Shaft in Phra Khanong Condo

BANGKOK — A Korean man was found dead Monday morning after he fell into a condominium’s elevator shaft from the eighth floor.

Schoolgirl Disfigured by Mug-Throwing Teacher Smiles Again

BANGKOK — A schoolgirl facially disfigured by a mug thrown at her face by a teacher said she is making good on her pledge to “get her smile back” Thursday.

Funky Building is Architecture, Not ‘Crooked’ and Collapsing: Officials

BANGKOK — Worries that a building being built downtown was at risk of collapsing were laid to rest Tuesday by local officials who explained it was just designed to look that way.
Rescuers cheer loudly Monday night after hearing that the 12 young footballers and their coach went missing nine days ago in Luang Khun Nam Nang Non Cave in Chiang Rai province are found alive.

All Children, Coach Found Alive in Cave

An international rescue team has located all missing youths and their coach in the cave where they went missing nine days ago.

Flooding Complicates Cave Search for Missing Soccer Team

MAE SAI — Efforts to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach who have been missing inside a flooded cave in northern Thailand for three days hinge on pumping out water so that navy divers have headroom to operate, the first high-level Thai official to visit the site said Tuesday.

Unchecked Development, Poor Planning Set Stage for Flood Crisis

BANGKOK — More than blaming the flooding which has devastated the south just on record rainfall, those familiar with the issue say mismanaged water resources and unplanned development are to blame.
Border patrol police on Friday morning descend by rope from a helicopter onto a hill above the cave.

Alternate Cave Entries Sought as Suffocation Risk Grows

CHIANG RAI — The president of the national engineering association on Friday said a drilling effort at the far end of the cave may help reach those trapped inside faster.





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