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'So scared': Fear of aftershocks in debris-strewn Turkey

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey: Tulin Akkaya had just started to gather her thoughts after being woken by the biggest earthquake to strike Turkey in nearly a century when a second massive jolt sent her scrambling for safety on the street.

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'So scared': Fear of aftershocks in debris-strewn Turkey
19:30

Travel agent's knife attack on Chinese tourist captured on TikTok

A Chinese tourist's TikTok video shows a Phuket travel agent's knife attack, but the female agent says it was self-defence.

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TikTok tale twist
18:38

110 immigration officers tied to illegal visas for Chinese gangsters

About 110 immigration officers are suspected of involvement in the illegal issuing of visas for Chinese investors in so-called grey businesses, Immigration Bureau commissioner Pol Lt Gen Pakphumpipat Sajjaphan said on Monday.

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110 immigration officers tied to illegal visas for Chinese gangsters
18:37

Police hunt alleged gambling kingpin's super rare Lamborghini

Police seize vehicles, continue the search for a rare Lamborghini owned by the fugitive alleged owner of online gambling network macau888 - one of only 50 of the vehicles in the world, worth about B40 million.

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Supercar search
17:45

World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake

PARIS: International offers to help Turkey and Syria with rescue efforts poured in on Monday after a massive earthquake killed more than 1,200 people and wreaked devastation.

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World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake
17:24

Philippines coast guard chief says boosts S. China Sea presence

MANILA: The Philippine Coast Guard has stepped up its presence in the disputed South China Sea by deploying additional vessels and conducting more sorties and overflights to protect maritime territory and the country's fishermen, its chief said on Monday.

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Philippines coast guard chief says boosts S. China Sea presence
16:18

Two hunger strikers still conscious, very weak

The two female students charged with lese majeste are still conscious but very weak after nearly three weeks on a hunger strike, Thammasat University Hospital reported on Monday.

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Two hunger strikers still conscious, very weak
15:45

Emotions run high in Sweden's biggest wolf hunt

VäSTERåS, Sweden: Hunter Lars Bjork points to fresh tracks in the snow as he lumbers through a whited-out forest in central Sweden, where the biggest wolf hunt in modern times is drawing controversy.

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Emotions run high in Sweden's biggest wolf hunt
15:23

Soldiers aim for Muay Thai world record

About 3,600 soldiers will perform a traditional Muay Thai "wai kru", setting a new world record for a mass performance of the pre-fight dance of respect for a boxer's coach, in Prachuap Khiri Khan on Monday evening.

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Soldiers aim for Muay Thai world record
14:32

Indonesian economic growth rises to 9-year high

Indonesia's economic growth accelerated to a nine-year high in 2022 despite global uncertainty and a final-quarter slowdown, official data showed Monday, owing to soaring commodity prices and easing Covid-19 curbs.

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Indonesian economic growth rises to 9-year high
13:36

Covid becoming seasonal, annual vaccination will suffice

Covid-19 is becoming seasonal and annual vaccination should suffice for vulnerable people, while mRNA vaccine produces more complications than earlier vaccines, according to a prominent virologist.

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Seasonal threat
12:50

Boys charged with armed robbery of kratom leaves

BURI RAM: Five boys have been charged with armed robbery and illegal possession of firearms after a roadside shop was robbed of 2 kilogrammes of kratom leaves in Nang Rong district.

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Boys charged with armed robbery of kratom leaves
12:45

US looks for Chinese balloon debris

WASHINGTON: US navy personnel worked to recover on Sunday the debris of a suspected Chinese spy balloon shot down after it floated over North America for days.

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US looks for Chinese balloon debris
12:45

Rushdie releases new novel, six months after knife attack

LONDON: Six months after being stabbed, British author Salman Rushdie on Tuesday publishes his new novel "Victory City", an "epic tale" of a 14th-century woman who defies a patriarchal world to rule a city.

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Rushdie releases new novel, six months after knife attack
11:45

Major quake kills at least 1,400 across Turkey, Syria

Powerful 7.8-magnitude earthquake hits Turkey and Syria, killing at least 1,400 people and levelling buildings while people were still in their sleep.

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Quake kills 1,400
11:09

First Chinese tour groups arrive

The first of 13 scheduled flights bringing Chinese tour groups to Thailand on Monday arrives at Don Mueang airport in Bangkok.

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Tours arrive
10:45

Hong Kong's largest national security trial begins

HONG KONG: Hong Kong's largest national security trial opened Monday with dozens of pro-democracy figures accused of trying to topple the government in a case critics say reflects the criminalisation of dissent in the Chinese territory.

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Hong Kong's largest national security trial begins
10:09

Battling the odds

The Facebook page Sai Mai Tong Rod (Sai Mai District Must Survive) has gained fame locally for helping arrange emergency responses, bridging the gap between people in need and state authorities, especially the police.

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Battling the odds
09:14

MFP vows to end '3 Por' grip on govt

The Move Forward Party (MFP) vowed to take the "Three Por Generals" out of politics and rewrite the constitution during an election campaign event in the North over the weekend.

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MFP vows to  end '3 Por'  grip on govt
08:11

RTP plans to spend B22m on barriers

The Royal Thai Police (RTP) is preparing to spend 22 million baht to procure barriers equipped with light signals and stop signs to be set up at road checkpoints.

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RTP plans to spend B22m on barriers