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Thais Stranded In UK by Virus Missing Medical Appointments, Family Funerals

BICESTER, United Kingdom — A doctor in Britain on Wednesday night urged the government to immediately repatriate stranded Thai citizens, especially those who have serious medical and financial issues.

Health Official Declares End of Virus 1st Wave in Thailand

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — A health expert from Thailand's Ministry of Public Health on Wednesday told the media that the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak in Thailand has come to an end, after Thailand has not seen any new local COVID-19 case for 44 consecutive days.

Bubble Bursts: Aviation Chief Balks at Virus Travel Zones

BANGKOK — The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand on Wednesday postponed the much publicized proposal to allow foreign tourists to visit the country during the pandemic without having to go through quarantine.

Thai Coconut Farmers Deny PETA Animal Cruelty Charge

BANGKOK— Coconut farmers in southern Thailand on Wednesday denied the allegation by a U.S.-based animal rights group that monkeys are forced to harvest their crops.

Bank of Thailand Open to More Policy Easing in Pandemic

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — The Bank of Thailand (BoT) on Monday said that it has not shut the door to further monetary policy easing, after cutting the key rate three times this year to a record low of 0.5 percent to help support the Thai economy impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Couple Says Sorry to Goddess for Racy Photoshoot

NAKHON SAWAN — A couple were fined Monday for taking photos showing a woman’s tattooed buttocks near a shrine dedicated to the goddess Guan Yin.

Trash Dumped by Bangkokians Washes Up on Bang Sean Beach

CHONBURI — The mayor of a tourist seaside town on Tuesday said city officials are cleaning up litter at Bang Saen beach after a British blogger posted photos of beach trash there, which soon went viral on social media.

GDP Expected to Shrink by 10% in Virus-Stricken 2020

BANGKOK — A major bank said the Thai GDP may shrink by as much as 10.3 percent this year due to economic woes caused by the coronavirus.

20 Mil. Thais to Spend On Domestic Tourism in Rest of 2020

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — One-third of Thailand's population, accounting for no less than 20 million Thais, is forecast to take leisure trips within the country during the second half of this year, said an executive academic on Sunday.
Security force at the scene on July 3, 2020.

Botched Raid in Deep South Left 1 Officer Dead

PATTANI — Police on Friday said a security officer was killed during a search operation in Pattani province.





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