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Indonesia halts exports from seafood producer after virus tests

JAKARTA: Indonesia has suspended exports from Indonesian seafood company PT Putri Indah into China after its frozen fish products tested positive for the coronavirus, the country's fisheries ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

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Indonesia halts exports from seafood producer after virus tests
13:17

Thailand logs 6 new Covid+ returnees Sunday

Thailand reports six new coronavirus cases Sunday, all Thai returnees from overseas, raising total to 3,506; no new deaths.

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+6 Covid+ returnees
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Prayut thanks all concerned for cooperation

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha thanked government officials and the people for their cooperation in maintaining law and order during the rally of the United Front for Thammasat and Demonstration which ended on Sunday morning, government spokesman Anucha Burapachaisri said.

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12:17

Minister asks media not to cause division

After the United Front for Thammasat and Demonstration rally ended peacefully on Sunday morning, Prime Minister's Office Minister Anucha Nakasai asked the media to report the ongoing political situation in a straightforward and neutral way avoid causing division in society.

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11:19

Man killed after driving car into Khon Kaen canal

KHON KAEN: A construction contractor was killed when the car he was driving veered off a road and plunged into an irrigation canal in Nam Phong district on Saturday night, police said.

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10:45

China's rich seek bodyguards schooled in digital dark arts

TIANJIN, China: At the "Genghis Security Academy", which bills itself as China's only dedicated bodyguard school, students learn that the threats to the country's newly-rich in the tech age are more likely to emerge from a hacker than a gunman.

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China's rich seek bodyguards schooled in digital dark arts
10:39

Prawit thanks all for peaceful event

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon has thanked protesters for staging a peaceful demonstration at Sanam Luang on Saturday night and for their cooperation with the authorities, according to his personal spokesman, Lt Gen Kongcheep Tantrawanich.

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Prawit thanks all for peaceful event
10:25

200kg of 'ice' seized from abandoned warehouse

CHON BURI: About 200 kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine were found around in an abandoned warehouse in tambon Nong Pla Lai of Bang Lamung district on Saturday, Siamrath online reported.

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10:08

Activists end rally after submitting demands

Pro-democracy protest leaders end their overnight rally early Sunday after presenting a list of their demands, but say they will gather again on Thursday.

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Rally ends
09:36

Protesters install 'new plaque' at Sanam Luang

Pro-democracy protesters on Sunday morning staged a ceremony to install a new plaque at Sanam Luang to declare the people’s power.

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Protesters install 'new plaque' at Sanam Luang
07:45

US defies world to say Iran UN sanctions back in effect

WASHINGTON: The United States unilaterally proclaimed on Saturday that UN sanctions against Iran are back in force and promised to punish those who violate them, in a move that risks increasing Washington's isolation but also international tensions.

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US defies world to say Iran UN sanctions back in effect
19 Sep 2020

Protesters ready to declare 'new People's Party'

Thousands of protesters gather at Sanam Luang ahead of a march on Sunday that organisers say will mark the formation of a “new People’s Party”.

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'New People's Party'
19 Sep 2020

Law reform group pitches charter rewrite to public

The Internet Dialogue on Law Reform (iLaw) says it will formally present a people’s version of a bill to draft a new constitution to Parliament on Tuesday.

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Law reform group pitches charter rewrite to public
19 Sep 2020

Police seize monarchy reform booklets

Police on Saturday seized 50,000 copies of a booklet on reforming the monarchy from a house near the Rangsit campus of Thammasat University in Pathum Thani.

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Police seize monarchy reform booklets
19 Sep 2020

Khao Yai closed as storm brings down rocks and trees

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Khao Yai National Park in Pak Chong district was temporarily closed to visitors after runoff from tropical storm Noul brought down several rocks and trees on sections of a road leading to the popular tourist site.

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Khao Yai closed as storm brings down rocks and trees
19 Sep 2020

Three new cases returnees from Brazil, Yemen

Three new coronavirus infections are Thai returnees from Brazil and Yemen in quarantine, raising total to 3,500 cases.

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3 new cases
19 Sep 2020

Parliament passes budget bill at final reading

Parliament has passed a 3.29 trillion baht budget bill for the 2021 fiscal year starting in October, aimed at reviving an economy battered by the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Budget bill passed
19 Sep 2020

B110bn rubber glove deal case goes to DSI

The Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO) has brought the case of its controversial 110-billion-baht rubber glove procurement to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI), requesting an investigation into its former acting director.

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19 Sep 2020

64 clinics cut off over alleged graft

The National Health Security Office (NHSO) has terminated contracts with 64 clinics and hospitals for their alleged involvement in graft, and asked 800,000 patients affected by the contract terminations to seek state medical care and services at nearby partner clinics.

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19 Sep 2020

Tourists must isolate in home countries

The Ministry of Public Health on Friday unveiled its latest plan to reopen to visitors from abroad with 2,270 foreign tourists already reportedly planning to visit Thailand.

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Tourists must isolate in home countries