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22:25

Charges laid in deadly Indonesian football stampede

JAKARTA: Indonesian authorities have charged six people, including three police officers, over a football stadium disaster that killed 131 at the weekend.

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Charges laid in deadly Indonesian football stampede
21:15

Bangkok and neighbours seek to coordinate flood fight

Officials in Bangkok, Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani have started talks on cooperation to more effectively remedy their shared flooding woes.

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Bangkok and neighbours seek to coordinate flood fight
19:45

Teacher recounts terrifying childcare centre shooting

A teacher who survived Thursday's massacre in Nong Bua Lam Phu recounts how she was able to make her escape when the killer ran out of bullets.

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Day of terror
18:23

Annie Ernaux of France wins Nobel Literature prize

STOCKHOLM: French author Annie Ernaux has won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature “for the courage and clinical acuity with which she uncovers the roots, estrangements and collective restraints of personal memory”, the Swedish Academy said on Thursday.

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Annie Ernaux of France wins Nobel Literature prize
17:59

Youngest children to get Covid jabs

The Ministry of Public Health will inoculate young children aged six months to four years old with the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine starting next Wednesday.

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Youngest children to get Covid jabs
17:51

PPRP introduces 6 potential candidates

The Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP) has expressed confidence in its popularity, introducing six potential candidates to run for MP seats in the northern region in the next general election.

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PPRP introduces 6 potential candidates
17:23

Live and Let Buy: James Bond auction sets record

LONDON: A James Bond sale in London featuring the fictional superspy’s Aston Martin cars, suits and wristwatch has raised £6.9 million ($7.8 million) for charity — more than all previous 007 sales at Christie’s auction house combined.

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Live and Let Buy: James Bond auction sets record
17:15

Mass murder at childcare centre

Thirty-seven people, 22 of them children, were killed by a disgraced former policemen with a gun and a knife who attacked a childcare centre in Nong Bua Lam Phu province.

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Murder rampage
16:34

Myanmar border village bombed

KANCHANABURI: A Myanmar air force plane dropped three bombs on a border village in Karen State, close to the Thai border in Sangkhla Buri district, in the early hours of Thursday.

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Myanmar border village bombed
15:49

Former school director arrested for procuring schoolgirls

Police have arrested a retired school director accused of procuring schoolgirls for a prostitution ring whose customers included local officials and politicians in Kalasin province.

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Former school director arrested for procuring schoolgirls
15:25

Ratsadon group demands House dissolution

Political activists demand a House dissolution and call on voters to support the "democracy camp" and prevent senators from having a say in the election of a prime minister.

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Massacre anniversary
14:58

FLASH: Ex-cop kills dozens of people at childcare centre

Police said 31 people were confirmed killed by a former policeman who burst into a childcare centre in Na Klang district of Nong Bua Lam Phu on Thursday.

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FLASH: Ex-cop kills dozens of people at childcare centre
14:37

US 'believes Ukraine behind Moscow car bomb'

US intelligence agencies believe parts of the Ukrainian government approved a car bomb attack near Moscow in August that killed Darya Dugina, the daughter of a prominent Russian nationalist, the New York Times reported, citing unidentified officials.

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US 'believes Ukraine behind Moscow car bomb'
14:05

Global currency reserves falling at record pace

Global foreign-currency reserves are falling at the fastest pace on record, as central banks from India to the Czech Republic intervene to support their currencies.

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Global currency reserves falling at record pace
13:36

British exec arrested at airport for alleged investment fraud

A British executive accused of enticing people to invest in a foreign fund and refusing repayment after the contracts expired, causing 40 million baht in damage, was arrested at Suvarnabhumi airport on Thursday.

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British exec arrested at airport for alleged investment fraud
13:36

Flooding in 19 provinces

Flooding continued in 19 provinces in the North, the Northeast and the Central Plains and affected about 2,800 villages, the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation reported on Thursday.

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Flooding in 19 provinces
12:41

Flood draining from Chiang Mai city hits downstream communities

CHIANG MAI: The deluge draining off from Muang district has hit downstream Saraphi and Hang Dong districts and is heading for Lamphun province.

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Flood draining from Chiang Mai city hits downstream communities
12:22

One killed, others injured in 3-vehicle expressway crash

SAMUT PRAKAN: One person was killed and four seriously injured when two pickups crashed into the parked truck of a crew painting traffic lanes on the Burapha Withi expressway on Wednesday night.

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One killed, others injured in 3-vehicle expressway crash
11:51

Kasikornbank looks to triple overseas staff

One of Thailand’s largest lenders is on an overseas hiring blitz for jobs in technology and digital banking, as it boosts a regional expansion strategy to counter slowing domestic growth.

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Kasikornbank looks to triple overseas staff
11:49

She's a doctor. He was a limo driver. They pitched a $30m arms deal

NEW YORK: After falling out with his partner at a limousine company in the St. Louis suburbs, Martin Zlatev recently sought a lucrative new business opportunity: selling $30 million worth of rockets, grenade launchers and ammunition to the Ukrainian military.

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She's a doctor. He was a limo driver. They pitched a $30m arms deal