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Drunk Driver Sparks Blaze Incinerating Furniture Shop: Police

SONGKHLA — A car crashed into a furniture shop and sparked a massive fire that caused at least 80 million baht in damages early Monday morning, police said.

'New Year Celebration' Bullet Nearly Hit Two-Year-Old Girl

ANG THONG - A two-year-old child and her mother were almost injured by a stray bullet that police believe was fired in celebration of the New Year.

Foreigners Still Have to Pay More for COVID Tests in Some Hospitals

BANGKOK — At least five hospitals in Bangkok apply a “dual pricing” policy on their coronavirus tests, charging foreigners more than their Thai counterparts, a survey by Khaosod English has found. 

Masseurs Petition Gov’t for Reopening as Pandemic Eases

BANGKOK — A group of massage parlor operators on Monday urged the government to allow their businesses to reopen, citing a severe hardship many of them are facing.

Police Rescue Three Nepalese ABAC Students From 'Kidnappers'

BANGKOK - Police say they have rescued three Nepalese students who were abducted by five former classmates in Bangkok earlier this week.

Police Seeking Korat Teens For Brawl in Hospital ER

NAKHON RATCHASIMA — Police on Monday are looking for a group of drunken teens who started a brawl inside a northeastern hospital last night.

Khon Kaen Motorcyclist Killed by Falling Roadside Wire

KHON KAEN — Police on Thursday were investigating an incident in which a falling cable killed a passing motorcyclist.
Makeshift classrooms at Ban Ta Puan Sang Saeng on July 13, 2020.

School Holds Class in Tents After Losing Funds in Pandemic

MAHA SARAKHAM — Students in the northeastern province of Maha Sarakham on Monday had to take their lessons in tents after their school’s funds were slashed due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials said.
Women suspected of prostitution in 2015 at a Pattaya police station.

Pattaya Ladyboys Fined 100 Baht

PATTAYA — Police arrested 50 suspected prostitutes including a number of transgender women along the beach in Pattaya early this morning in a campaign to clean up the city’s image.

Journalists Who Fled Myanmar Find Third-Country Refuge

BANGKOK (AP) — Three journalists from military-ruled Myanmar who were convicted of illegal entry after they fled to Thailand have been sent to a third country where they are safe, their employer said Monday.



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