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US in mourning, outrage after 'racist' mass shooting

Grieving Buffalo residents held vigils Sunday after a white gunman who officials have branded "pure evil" shot dead 10 people at a grocery store in a "racist" rampage.

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US in mourning, outrage after 'racist' mass shooting
10:56

N Korea reports more deaths amid Covid lockdown

North Korea said on Sunday a total of 42 people had died as the country began its fourth day under a nationwide lockdown aimed at stopping the impoverished country's first confirmed Covid-19 outbreak. - REUTERS

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N Korea reports more deaths amid Covid lockdown
09:24

Wild elephant dies from septicemia

KANCHANABURI: A bull elephant died on Sunday afternoon after it was found suffering from septicemia in a forest in Si Sawat district the previous day, a wildlife official said.

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Wild elephant dies from septicemia
08:48

5,238 new Covid cases, 40 more deaths

The country registered 5,238 more Covid-19 cases and 40 new fatalities during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Monday morning.

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5,238 new Covid cases, 40 more deaths
08:45

Facebook: from Harvard dorm to global phenomenon

WASHINGTON: Key chapters in the history of Facebook, the world's biggest social media application, which marks the tenth anniversary Wednesday of its stock market debut.

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Facebook: from Harvard dorm to global phenomenon
07:45

Man City comeback keeps title in their hands, Tottenham into top four

LONDON: Manchester City came from 2-0 down to salvage a vital point in a 2-2 draw at West Ham to keep the Premier League title in their hands as Tottenham moved into the top four on Sunday.

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Man City comeback keeps title in their hands, Tottenham into top four
07:22

Preserving traditions

A school in Talat Phlu is working hard to save the centuries-old culture and heritage of the neighbourhood.

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Preserving traditions
07:11

EEC Office banking on Japanese investors

The Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) Office is keen to draw Japanese investment in electric vehicles, smart electronics, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, digital, smart farms, the bio-, circular and green (BCG) economic model and smart cities over the next decade.

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EEC Office banking on Japanese investors
07:00

Rising domestic rice prices unsettle Thai exporters

Rice exporters have expressed growing concerns about shipment prospects in the second quarter, as a sharp rise in domestic prices may lead importers to baulk at buying Thai grains.

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Rising domestic rice prices unsettle Thai exporters
06:44

Former PM Chavalit turns 90, unveils new party

Former prime minister Gen Chavalit Yongchaiyudh, who celebrated his 90th birthday on Sunday, has confirmed he is setting up a political party.

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Former PM Chavalit turns 90, unveils new party
06:30

Vending machines the way forward

Vending machines have become a new distribution channel popular with Thai consumers as well as a novel tool for companies to launch a business as they generate good sales.

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The way forward
05:30

Smear sparks poll unrest fear

The final stretch of the Bangkok governor campaign is heating up with the front-running candidate smeared with a scare tactic last employed in 2013.

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Poll unrest fear
04:44

City safety policies lacking: MPB

Candidates for the post of Bangkok governor have been urged to focus on the capital's safety and crime prevention, as the Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) said that in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, economic difficulties are leading to a higher crime rate in Bangkok.

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City safety policies lacking: MPB
04:44

Key players step up switch to cleaner sources of fuel

Three large energy firms are accelerating efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and replace fossil fuels with clean energy, following a pledge made by the Prayut Chan-o-cha government to fight climate change.

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04:30

Desperate for change

As Bangkok prepares for the first governor's election in almost a decade, the new officeholder will face a daunting list of demands for reforms and solutions to chronic problems.

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Desperate for change
15 May 2022

Badminton-India stun Indonesia at Bangkok’s Impact Arena

India's men's badminton team pulled off a major upset by crushing 14-times champions Indonesia 3-0 in the final on Sunday in Bangkok to win their maiden Thomas Cup title.

15 May 2022
Badminton-India stun Indonesia at Bangkok’s Impact Arena
15 May 2022

New UAE president meets Macron as world leaders stream in

ABU DHABI: The UAE's new president, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, held talks Sunday with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron as world leaders streamed in to the oil-rich Gulf state to pay tribute to his late predecessor.

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New UAE president meets Macron as world leaders stream in
15 May 2022

Front lines shift in Donbas as Ukraine mounts counteroffensive

KYIV, Ukraine: The front lines in the Ukraine war had shifted on Sunday as Russia made some advances in the fiercely contested eastern Donbas region and the Ukrainian military waged a counteroffensive near the strategic Russian-held city of Izium.

15 May 2022 10
Front lines shift in Donbas as Ukraine mounts counteroffensive
15 May 2022

South Korea to add international flights, ease quarantine for overseas arrivals

SEOUL: South Korea plans to add 230 international flights per week in June and ease mandatory quarantrine rules on overseas entrants as Covid-19 conditions have been contained while the country has returned to normalcy.

15 May 2022
South Korea to add international flights, ease quarantine for overseas arrivals
15 May 2022

Omicron infection turbo-charges vaccinated people’s immunity: study

People who are vaccinated and then get infected with Omicron may be primed to overcome a broad range of coronavirus variants, early research suggests.

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Omicron infection turbo-charges vaccinated people’s immunity: study