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Rally against violence in Narathiwat

NARATHIWAT: About 500 people, including religious leaders and students, rallied on Monday outside the police flats in Muang district where a car bomb exploded on Nov 22, killing one police officer and injuring 31 other people, police and civilians.

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Rally against violence in Narathiwat
15:53

Pet food maker i-Tail to raise B21.1bn, pricing IPO at top of band

Pet food maker I-tail Corp priced shares in its initial public offering at 32 baht each, the top of the marketed range in Thailand’s second-biggest listing this year.

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Pet food maker i-Tail to raise B21.1bn, pricing IPO at top of band
15:48

World Cup broadcasts complaint filed with court

The Administrative Court asked for an injunction against the allocation of World Cup football broadcast rights, to ensure everyone in Thailand and can watch the matches.

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Dispute reaches court
15:40

PPRP, UTN 'like one party', says Prawit

Palang Pracharath leader Prawit Wongsuwon denied reports he was worried by the number of PPRP MPs considering defecting to the United Thai Nation (Ruam Thai Sang Chart) Party, saying the two were "like one party".

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PPRP, UTN 'like one party', says Prawit
14:53

Asian markets, crude drop on China protests

Stocks and oil prices sank Monday on concerns about protests across China calling for political freedoms and an end to the government's hardline zero-Covid policy, fuelling uncertainty in the world's number-two economy.

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Asian markets, crude drop on China protests
14:38

Singapore government faces parliament grilling over FTX fallout

Singapore’s government faces increased scrutiny over the fallout from the collapse of Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX crypto empire.

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Singapore government faces parliament grilling over FTX fallout
13:48

2kg garbage in dead sea turtle

More than two kilogrammes of garbage have been found inside a sea turtle found dead on a beach in Chon Buri province.

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2kg garbage in dead sea turtle
13:45

Somali forces battle militants for hotel in Mogadishu

MOGADISHU: Somalia's security forces exchanged gunfire with militants holed up in a hotel in Mogadishu on Monday after Al-Shabaab stormed the popular venue near the presidential palace and occupied it overnight.

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Somali forces battle militants for hotel in Mogadishu
13:18

Embattled MORE ordered to explain inconsistent information

The Securities and Exchange Commission orders More Return Plc to clarify inconsistencies in information provided by its board on issues including the rising cost of a concert it is organising.

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MORE info 'inconsistent'
12:45

Man's agony after 5 relatives died in Covid policy-linked Urumqi fire

BEIJING: When a deadly fire broke out in China's northwest Xinjiang region, triggering a wave of public anger over the country's zero-Covid policy, Abdulhafiz Maimaitimin initially could not believe that it claimed five of his relatives' lives.

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Man's agony after 5 relatives died in Covid policy-linked Urumqi fire
12:43

China Evergrande winding-up lawsuit again adjourned

HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group, the world’s most indebted developer, said it expects to receive restructuring support from offshore creditors by as early as February, helping its plea to adjourn a winding-up hearing again.

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China Evergrande winding-up lawsuit again adjourned
11:50

Exports drop in Oct as global demand slows

Exports unexpectedly fell in October as tight monetary policy to curb inflation in major trading partners affected purchasing power and economic activity, the Commerce Ministry said on Monday.

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Exports drop in Oct as global demand slows
10:03

BAFS expects jet fuel sales to surge

SET-listed Bangkok Aviation Fuel Services (BAFS) expects sales of jet fuel to grow by 50% next year, up from an estimated 4.2 billion litres in 2022, or 10.9 million litres per day, as the aviation industry recovers.

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BAFS expects jet fuel sales to surge
09:45

World Cup riots in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium

BRUSSELS: Police used water cannon and teargas after coming under attack from football supporters who brought havoc to the centre of Brussels on Sunday following Morocco's shock 2-0 World Cup win over Belgium in Qatar.

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World Cup riots in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium
09:05

Rare dolphins, whales spotted in Upper Gulf

Irrawaddy dolphins, Indo-Pacific finless porpoises and Bryde's whales have been detected in areas of the Upper Gulf of Thailand, says the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources.

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Rare dolphins, whales spotted in Upper Gulf
08:45

Protests across China as anger mounts over zero-Covid policy

SHANGHAI: Hundreds of people took to the streets in China's major cities on Sunday to protest against the country's zero-Covid policy, in a rare outpouring of public anger against the state.

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Protests across China as anger mounts over zero-Covid policy
08:44

One-stop centre to spur FDI in the offing

The government is establishing a new one-stop service centre to stimulate foreign direct investment and outlays on international headquarters and regional offices.

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One-stop centre to spur FDI in the offing
08:12

Inmates can watch the World Cup

The Department of Corrections (DoC) will allow inmates to watch broadcasts of the football World Cup 2022 in prisons across the country.

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Inmates can watch the World Cup
07:30

Lamphun stun Sukhothai

Lumphun Warriors pulled off a big surprise on Sunday night, beating higher-ranked Sukhothai 3-1 in their last game of the Thai League 1 first leg.

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Lamphun stun Sukhothai
07:22

Ex-actress, model Linda Khathancharoen dies

Former actress and model Linda Khathancharoen died on Sunday after a 15-year battle against cancer. She was 66.

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Ex-actress, model Linda Khathancharoen dies