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YouTuber Donated to a Rural Village, Upsetting Local Gov’t

CHIANG MAI — A local government office in Chiang Mai province took steps to ban donations, then reversed the controversial order two days later, after a YouTuber released a video publicizing poverty at a far-flung village.

Gadfly Raises Concern Over CP’s Hand in Coronavirus Vaccine Deal

BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Monday demanded an investigation into whether the government is favoring large conglomerates in its bid to vaccine Thailand’s population against the coronavirus.
PM Prayut Chan-o-cha speaks to reporters on Dec, 24, 2020.

From Migrant Workers To Officials, Gov’t Fires Blame for Virus Left and Right

BANGKOK — First, it was the migrant workers to blame for the virus resurgence that saw at least 1,000 infected. Then, the crosshairs were trained on their employers, the migrant smuggling rings, local officials branded as incompetent, and even pro-democracy protesters.
A protester shows the mock banknotes at a protest in front of the Siam Commercial Bank’s headquarters on Nov. 25, 2020.

Activists Face Possible Charges for ‘Yellow Duck Banknotes’

BANGKOK  — The country’s central bank on Thursday declined to comment on the news that police are set to press money counterfeit charges against activists who distributed mock banknotes at Wednesday’s anti-government protest.

CCTVs of Deadly Shootout at Gambling Den Found Destroyed

BANGKOK — Destroyed security cameras were discovered Monday among the stash of gambling equipment close to an illegal casino where four people were killed last week, including a policeman.

Need for Speed: ‘Experts’ Disagree on ‘Boss Red Bull’ Wreck

BANGKOK — Testimonies to prosecutors wildly differ in what speed a billionaire scion was driving when he killed a policeman with his Ferrari back in 2012

1 More Dead in Samui Ferry Sinking, Inquiry Underway

KOH SAMUI — Police say they found the body of a crew member while searching for four missing people from a ferry that sank off the coast of Koh Samui, bringing the death toll to two while three more are still missing.
Rayong residents line up to take coronavirus tests on July 15, 2020.

No One Charged So Far For Rayong Quarantine Fiasco

BANGKOK — No legal action has been taken against those responsible for a group of Egyptian airmen who were allowed to leave their quarantine hotel for a shopping trip in Rayong province, officials said Friday.

US Army Chief Welcomed to Thailand With Coronavirus Test

BANGKOK (AP) — A U.S. Army delegation led by chief of staff Gen. James McConville on Thursday became the first official visitors to Thailand since entry rules were eased as part of the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
Health minister Anutin Charnvirakul during the Fourth of July party held by the U.S. embassy in Bangkok on July 4, 2020.

Complaint Filed Over US Army Chief’s Quarantine Exemption

BANGKOK — A transparency activist on Tuesday accused the government of negligence for allowing the U.S. army chief to visit the country without having to go through a quarantine as mandated by health regulations.

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