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07:34

Rally outside embassy tells US to 'stop interfering'

Activists asked the US to stop interfering in Thailand's internal affairs and stop fuelling conflicts among groups of Thais with different political opinions.

07:34 26
'Stop interfering'
06:00

Govt to punish patients who reject stays in field hospitals

The Public Health Ministry is considering taking legal action against a number of Covid-19 patients who refused to be transferred to field hospitals for treatment.

06:00 17
Punishing patients
05:55

Phuket adds restrictions to curb virus

PHUKET: People from red-zone provinces will be required to show proof that they have received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine before they will be allowed to enter the resort island, starting from Wednesday until April 30.

05:55 3
Phuket adds restrictions to curb virus
05:44

Hotels mull closing down for low season

The resurgence of Covid-19 is forcing hoteliers to consider temporarily closing down given the low income and poor demand from tourists.

05:44 5
Closing hotels
05:00

Adverse symptoms in seven Sinovac recipients: Chula doctor

Seven people suffered from partial paralysis after receiving the Sinovac vaccine, a doctor from Chulalongkorn University said.

05:00 16
Adverse symptoms
05:00

FTI calls for alternative jab locations

The Federation of Thai Industries suggests the government use petrol stations and factories nationwide as vaccination locations to speed up the rollout.

05:00 3
Alternative jab locations
05:00

Banks to control asset quality

The Thai banking industry is expected to remain cautious in controlling asset quality amid economic turbulence brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.

05:00 1
04:51

Thailand adopts use of jab passports

The government has announced it will adopt the so-called vaccine passport, a certificate of vaccination, for use with Covid-19 vaccination in Thailand.

04:51 4
Jab passports
04:45

White ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of George Floyd's murder

MINNEAPOLIS - Sacked police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter Tuesday in the death of African-American George Floyd in a case that roiled the United States for almost a year, laying bare deep racial divisions.

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White ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of George Floyd's murder
04:44

Gulf prepares funding for InTouch

Gulf Energy Development has announced it is ready to apply for a short-term loan worth 150 billion baht to fund its acquisition of InTouch Holdings.

04:44
Funding for InTouch
04:33

Thai returnees head home through Sadao checkpoint

SONGKHLA: A total of 119 Thai citizens returned home from Malaysia through Sadao immigration checkpoint on Monday, the province's public relations office announced on Tuesday.

04:33
04:02

Outbreak prompts record policy spend

Covid insurance, which was introduced last year, is proving to be popular, especially during the third wave as concerns mount over more contagious and deadly variants.

04:02
Record policy spend
04:00

We put safety first: Prayut

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha defended the government's vaccination programme, insisting it had not been overly slow, nor unjustly favoured one producer over another.

04:00 19
PM: Safety first
04:00

Pandemic has major impact on shopping

The pandemic has changed the way Thais shop.

04:00
Pandemic has major impact on shopping
00:45

Czechs threaten to expel all Russian diplomats

PRAGUE - The Czech Republic on Tuesday threatened to expel all Russian diplomats from Prague, accusing Moscow of orchestrating an "unprecedented terror attack" on Czech territory in 2014.

00:45
Czechs threaten to expel all Russian diplomats
00:45

Mexican president gets Covid vaccine, says 'no risk'

MEXICO CITY - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday received his first dose of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and urged all senior citizens to be immunized, reassuring them it was safe.

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Mexican president gets Covid vaccine, says 'no risk'
20 Apr 2021

Activist opposes Sorrayuth's news comeback bid

Activist Srisuwan Janya has petitioned the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) opposing former newscaster Sorrayuth Suthassanachinda’s plan to resume his role on Channel 3, saying it is against the news profession's ethical code to allow the former anchor to take a lead role in presenting news on air again.

20 Apr 2021 10
Activist opposes Sorrayuth's news comeback bid
20 Apr 2021

Authorities to take advantage of early rainy season

The Office of the National Water Resources (ONWR) has been told to take advantage of the early arrival of the rainy season to stock up on water supply for next year's summer.

20 Apr 2021 18
20 Apr 2021

20 crew missing after Philippine ship runs aground in typhoon

A search was under way Tuesday for 20 crew members missing in the Philippines after their cargo ship ran aground while seeking shelter from rough waters churned up by a typhoon, the coast guard said.

20 Apr 2021
20 crew missing after Philippine ship runs aground in typhoon
20 Apr 2021

Drink-driving checkpoints suspended

Police have again suspended use of checkpoints to test motorists for driving under the influence of alcohol, citing the need to concentrate on stopping the spread of Covid-19.

20 Apr 2021 42
Drink-driving checkpoints suspended