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Bangkok governor approves relaxation of eight businesses and places, effective this Monday

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Bangkok - Bangkok Governor Asawin Kwanmuang today, June 20th, has signed an official order of the temporary closure of businesses and places issue No. 33 to relax the closures of eight businesses, effective this Monday,...

Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces that foreigners over 75 who are residents of Thailand...

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Bangkok, Thailand-   A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangkok announced this evening, July 18th, 2021, that foreigners over the age of 75 who are residents of Thailand can get a Covid-19...

Three protesters arrested while police commander injured during protest confrontation in Din Daeng last...

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Bangkok - Three protesters were arrested while a police commander was shot during a confrontation during a pro-democracy protest at Sam Liam Din Daeng junction yesterday, August 15th. Police Major General Piya Tawichai, the Deputy Commissioner...

Two pro-democracy groups gather again at major flashpoints in Bangkok today despite heated crackdown...

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Bangkok - Representatives from two pro-democracy groups, "Thalu Fah" and the United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration, are scheduled to observe a constant protest at the Sam Liam Din Deang junction in Bangkok from 5:00...

Thai Prime Minister expected to leave country for the first time since Covid-19 pandemic...

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Bangkok - Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha is expected to leave the country for the first time after the Covid-19 pandemic in Thailand began for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow,...

15 mostly undocumented “tourists” from African countries arrested for reportedly illegally gathering and drinking...

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Bangkok - A group of African and Thai alleged partygoers was arrested in Bangkok in the early hours of Monday, December 13th, after reportedly gathering and drinking alcoholic beverages, violating the Bangkok Communicable Disease orders. Immigration...

Pro-democracy student activist, Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak, granted temporary bail by Bangkok South Criminal Court...

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Bangkok - Pro-democracy protest leader, Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak, was granted temporary release by the Bangkok South Criminal Court this afternoon, February 24th, with a deposit of 200,000 baht. The bail followed the Court's request yesterday to...

Thai PM orders ATK price reduction, says more Covid-19 measures, including traveling regulations, may...

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National - Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O'Cha today, April 8th, ordered the National Health Security Office (NHSO) to seek solutions to reduce the price of Antigen Test Kits (ATK) and revealed the possibility of easing more...

Many areas in Bangkok City flooded after several hours of continuous heavy rain last...

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Bangkok - Many areas and communities in Bangkok were encountering floods due to constant heavy rain last night, resulting in heavy traffic jams since this morning, May 18th. Local media reported that traffic congestion was spotted...

Japanese restaurant branch owners filed charges against “Daruma” franchisor for alleged fraud

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Bangkok - Bangkok - An owner of the Japanese restaurant franchise "Daruma", Ekaphop Leungprasert, yesterday, June 21st, filed charges against the restaurant owner, or franchisor, for fraud after the company failed to provide food ingredients to...
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