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Reform Assembly Members Donate 5,000 Baht Each to Aid Flood Relief Efforts

BANGKOK — A junta-appointed reform assembly donated 5,000 baht each out of their 110,000 baht salary to help ongoing floods in the southern region.

Bangkok City Hall Fire Blamed on Short Circuit

BANGKOK — Investigator on Tuesday believe a short circuit caused a fire that broke out in City Hall’s Information Technology center on Monday, destroying some documents and equipment.

Wood House Fire Fuels Large Column of Smoke

BANGKOK — A fire in north of Bangkok is sending up a large column of smoke Tuesday morning. A wooden house is burning in the Baan...

Dead Cadet’s Autopsy Results Due Tomorrow

BANGKOK  — Thursday will mark the deadline set by the Central Institute of Forensic Science to complete its autopsy of a cadet whose death at a military academy has become a national controversy and embarrassment to the ruling junta.

Southern Flooding Claims First Victim (Video)

TRANG — A nurse driving to work early Friday morning died when a storm surge swept her car off a bridge and into a canal where she drowned.

Bangkok on Alert for Suspicious-Looking Object and Person After Hospital Bomb

BANGKOK — City Hall has instructed officials in all districts to be on the lookout following Monday’s bomb blast at a military hospital which...
A Thursday explosion caused by Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City. Photo: Khalil Hamra / Associated Press

Two Thais Injured in Israel as Fighting With Gaza Goes On

JERUSALEM — Israeli warplanes struck dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip and three people were reported killed there, while Palestinian militants from the...

Fire Ravages TMB Bank Branch

BANGKOK — Bank employees returned to work Tuesday after a long weekend to find their Chatuchak office on fire. A Bang Khen branch of TMB...
A medevac helicopter in a May 2018 file photo in Bangkok.

Man Survives Kanchanaburi Ravine Plunge

KANCHANABURI — A man trapped for two nights at the bottom of a ravine was rescued Wednesday morning after a challenging rescue operation.
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Waterworks Authority Says Corruption Case Files Untouched by Fire

BANGKOK — The Provincial Waterworks Authority said Tuesday that no documents pertaining to a recently launched investigation into corruption within the organization were destroyed in a fire Monday night.

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