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Man arrested for rage murder of his father

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: A man has been arrested and charged with shooting dead his elderly father during a quarrel at the family home in Thung Song district, police said on Monday.

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Man arrested for rage murder of his father
15:46

Thai banks strong, can weather uncertainty - BoT

Thailand's banking system remained resilient with high capital buffers and liquidity to cushion economic uncertainty, the Bank of Thailand (BoT) said on Monday, as the country deals with a third wave of coronavirus infections.

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Thai banks strong, can weather uncertainty - BoT
15:38

UK eases lockdown as Asia cases rise: virus world update

UK eases lockdown as Asia outbreaks rise: virus world update

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UK eases lockdown as Asia cases rise: virus world update
15:31

Frontline staff at Bangkok hospital brace for new Covid cases

As the country struggles to deal with the worst wave of coronavirus infections, staff in the intensive care unit of Bangkok's King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital are fearful of what may be to come.

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Frontline staff at Bangkok hospital brace for new Covid cases
14:45

Deadly cyclone bears down on Covid-stricken India

AHMEDABAD, India: A major cyclone packing ferocious winds and threatening a destructive storm surge bore down on India on Monday, disrupting the country's urgent response to its devastating Covid-19 outbreak.

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Deadly cyclone bears down on Covid-stricken India
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Virus sends Ryanair into 1.0 bn-euro annual loss

LONDON: Ryanair posted Monday an annual net loss of 1.0 billion euros as the coronavirus pandemic grounded the global aviation sector but the Irish no-frills airlines said a recovery has already begun.

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Virus sends Ryanair into 1.0 bn-euro annual loss
13:34

Pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper halts shares after asset freeze

Hong Kong's largest pro-democracy media group announced it was halting share trading Monday, two days after authorities froze the assets of its jailed owner Jimmy Lai under a new national security law.

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Pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaper halts shares after asset freeze
13:26

Gojek to merge with Tokopedia to create Indonesia tech giant

Indonesia’s ride-hailing and payments giant Gojek agreed to combine with e-commerce pioneer PT Tokopedia to create the largest internet company in the world’s fourth most-populous nation.

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Gojek to merge with Tokopedia to create Indonesia tech giant
12:45

UK Covid-19 restrictions eased despite variant concerns

LONDON: Most of the UK takes a major step towards normality on Monday as coronavirus restrictions are eased, despite concerns over the spread of a more transmissible variant of the disease.

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UK Covid-19 restrictions eased despite variant concerns
12:05

China vaccinating almost 14 million people a day

China is vaccinating almost 14 million people a day, the fastest pace in the world, as the country races to protect its Covid-19 advantage in the face of major Western nations reopening their economies.

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China vaccinating almost 14 million people a day
11:45

Conspiracy epidemic, born in US, spreads in Europe

PARIS: "It's not a virus, it's a tool to use power," says Monique Lustig in the Netherlands, while in Germany, Hellmuth Mendel argues that "Covid is a story invented by an international financial mafia". "And what if this was all just a film?" asks Christophe Charret in France.

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Conspiracy epidemic, born in US, spreads in Europe
11:37

Kasikornbank readies bid for Citigroup’s local assets

Kasikornbank Plc, Thailand’s second-biggest lender, is preparing to bid for Citigroup Inc’s retail assets in the country to expand its wealth management, consumer lending and credit card business.

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Kasikornbank readies bid for Citigroup’s local assets
11:33

Prison Covid infections rise to 9,789, Chiang Mai highest

A total of 9,789 Covid-19 infections have been found during testing at 12 prisons over the past five days, with the highest number at Chiang Mai Central Prison, the Corrections Department announced on Monday.

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Prison Covid infections rise to 9,789, Chiang Mai highest
11:24

Q1 slump eases, but outlook cut as Covid woes linger

Thailand's economy shrank in the first quarter as coronavirus outbreaks hurt consumption and tourism, but the fall was less than expected helped by stronger non-agricultural output and exports.

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Q1 slump eases, but outlook cut as Covid woes linger
10:53

Football betting shop raided, 5 arrested

SONGKHLA: A shop providing football betting in Hat Yai district was raided by local officials on Sunday night. Five people were arrested and gambling equipment seized, police said.

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Football betting shop raided, 5 arrested
10:45

Gaza pummelled by fresh Israeli strikes, more than 200 dead in a week

GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories: Israeli air strikes hammered the Gaza Strip pre-dawn Monday, after a week of violence between the Jewish state and Islamist militants left more than 200 people dead as international calls for de-escalation went unheeded.

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Gaza pummelled by fresh Israeli strikes, more than 200 dead in a week
10:45

Gates left Microsoft board amid probe into relationship: report

WASHINGTON: Bill Gates left the Microsoft board in 2020 as the board pursued an investigation into the billionaire's romantic relationship with a female employee, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.

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Gates left Microsoft board amid probe into relationship: report
10:37

Myanmar job seekers carried Thai IDs

KANCHANABURI: Five Myanmar migrants were caught with Thai national identification cards while travelling on vans plying between Phra Chedi Sam Ong (Three Pagodas) border checkpoint and Sangkhlaburi district town on Sunday.

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Myanmar job seekers carried Thai IDs
09:45

Russia seeks to outlaw Navalny movement

MOSCOW: A Russian court is set to hear an "extremism" case against the political network of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny on Monday as Moscow seeks to outlaw the opposition to President Vladimir Putin.

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Russia seeks to outlaw Navalny movement
08:45

Over 80% Japanese oppose holding Olympics

TOKYO: More than 80% of Japanese oppose hosting the virus-postponed Olympics this year, a new poll published on Monday showed, with just under 10 weeks until the Tokyo Games.

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Over 80% Japanese oppose holding Olympics