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South Korea, Japan resume flights between capitals as Covid-19 eases

SEOUL: Flights between the capitals of South Korea and Japan resumed on Wednesday after being suspended for more than two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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South Korea, Japan resume flights between capitals as Covid-19 eases
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Wounded Myanmar villagers treated in Thailand

TAK: Myanmar villagers injured during fighting around Myawaddy town, near the border, between Myanmar government troops and Karen soldiers have been treated by Thai officials in Trat's Phop Phra district.

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Wounded Myanmar villagers treated in Thailand
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Bitcoin struggles as ‘final washout’ possible

Bitcoin stayed just over US$20,000 on Wednesday, with its inability to gain upward traction fueling concern among analysts of further declines.

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Bitcoin struggles as ‘final washout’ possible
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Travellers reminded cannabis illegal in other countries in the region

The Thai embassy in Seoul has warned people going from Thailand to South Korea that cannabis and cannabis-based products are illegal there and carry stiff jail terms, with deportation and the likelihood of being barred from future entry.

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Travellers reminded cannabis illegal in other countries in the region
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FDA approves use of Evusheld

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of Evusheld, a combination of long-acting antibodies, for prevention of Covid-19, FDA director Paisal Dankhum said on Wednesday.

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FDA approves use of Evusheld
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2,569 new Covid cases, 14 more deaths

A sharp 45% rise in new coronavirus patient numbers on Tuesday, up from 1,761 on Monday, with covid-related deaths up from 13 to 14.

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EU approves end of combustion engine sales by 2035

LUXEMBOURG: The European Union approved a plan to end the sale of vehicles with combustion engines by 2035 in Europe, the 27-member bloc announced early Wednesday, in a bid to reduce CO2 emissions to zero.

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EU approves end of combustion engine sales by 2035
11:28

Factory output unexpectedly drops in May

Thailand's factory output unexpectedly dropped in May due mainly to supply shortages for manufacturing cars and some electronics products due to lockdowns in China's major port cities, the Ministry of Industry reported on Wednesday.

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Factory output unexpectedly drops in May
10:53

Sudden buffalo deaths being investigated

NAKHON PHANOM: Livestock officials are looking into the unexplained sudden deaths of four female buffaloes in That Phanom district on Tuesday afternoon.

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Sudden buffalo deaths being investigated
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Drug seizures on Mekong river bank

NAKHON PHANOM: Combined patrols of the navy's Mekong Riverine Unit and local security officials seized a total of 1.4 million methamphetamine pills and 482 kilogrammes of dried marijuana in That Phanom and Tha Uthen districts on Monday night.

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Drug seizures on Mekong river bank
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Thailand a customer experience leader

Strategic application of a hybrid customer experience (CX) is a key to better serving customers and increasing their loyalty, according to Infobip, a cloud communications platform that helps businesses build connected customer experiences.

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Singapore daily covid infections highest since March

Singapore reported its highest number of daily Covid-19 infections in more than 3 months on Tuesday, according to the Ministry of Health’s website.

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Singapore daily covid infections highest since March
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Philippine news site Rappler ordered to shut down

A Philippine news site co-founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa has been ordered to shut down, the company said Wednesday, a day before President Rodrigo Duterte -- its arch-nemesis -- leaves office.

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Philippine news site Rappler ordered to shut down
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Government greenlights potash mine

The cabinet on Tuesday gave the Asia Pacific Potash Corporation (APPC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Italian-Thai Development Plc, permission to embark on a 36-billion-baht potash mining project in Udon Thani.

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Government greenlights potash mine
08:08

Buses to cut back services over costs

Almost 50 companies running interprovincial buses will reduce their operations on routes nationwide starting July 1, due to high fuel costs, according to the Thai Bus Business Association.

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Buses to cut back services over costs
07:45

Google's new California offices bank on in-person work

MOUNTAIN VIEW: Roofs coated with canopy-like solar panels and indoor spaces awash in sunlight: Google has bet big on in-person work with its sprawling new Silicon Valley offices.

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Google's new California offices bank on in-person work
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Thailand confident of qualifying

Thailand begin their third and final week of the preliminary round of the 2022 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League against South Korea in Bulgaria on Wednesday.

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Thailand confident of qualifying
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Port bring in Englishman Cooper to revive fortunes

Port have appointed Scott Cooper as coach, the Thai League 1 club said on Tuesday.

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Port bring in Englishman Cooper to revive fortunes
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GH Bank gives nod to diversity

State-run Government Housing Bank (GH Bank) is letting LGBTQ+ couples jointly take out a mortgage loan, said bank president Chatchai Sirilai.

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GH Bank gives nod to diversity
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Chadchart wants funding for scout uniforms

An order by the Interior Ministry for provinces to hand out boy scout and girl guide uniforms to children in need should come with funds to finance the giveaway.

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Chadchart wants funding for scout uniforms