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7 fishermen missing after Philippine sea collision

Rescuers searched waters off the Philippines on Sunday for seven people missing after a collision between a fishing boat and a cargo ship, authorities said.

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7 fishermen missing after Philippine sea collision
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Thais adjusting to living in 'digital world': poll

Thai people are adjusting to living in a "digital world" and most are using digital technology in their daily life, according to a survey by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.

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Thais adjusting to living in 'digital world': poll
11:45

US 'concerned' after UN human rights chief visits China

WASHINGTON: The United States expressed concern on Saturday over China's "efforts to restrict and manipulate" the UN human rights chief's visit to the Xinjiang region where Beijing is accused of detaining over a million people in indoctrination camps.

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US 'concerned' after UN human rights chief visits China
10:31

5 killed, 1 seriously injured in pickup crash

NAKHON SI THAMMARAT: Five people were killed and one seriously injured after a pickup they were travelling crashed into a tree on a highway median strip in Tha Sala district of this southern province early on Sunday, police said.

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5 killed, 1 seriously injured in pickup crash
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Thai silk seen as new focus of 'soft power' as fair revs up

The government will continue promoting Thai silk as part of its efforts to make Thailand's soft power conquer the world, said Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam in his capacity as chair of the committee organising the 11th Celebration of Silk, Thai Silk Road to the World, on Saturday.

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Thai silk seen as new focus of 'soft power' as fair revs up
09:46

Majority not surprised by Chadchart's victory: poll

A large majority of people are not surprised by Chadchart Sittipunt's election as Bangkok governor, with some saying it may diminish the government's popularity, according to the result of an opinion survey by the National Institute of Development Administration, or Nida Poll.

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Majority not surprised by Chadchart's victory: poll
09:10

Sacked workers declare win after Victoria's Secret agrees to pay $8.3m

More than 1,000 garment workers who were sacked after their lingerie factory closed down last year will receive a total of US$8.3 million (about 282 million baht) in compensation.

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Sacked workers declare win
09:02

Anutin lauds Bhumjaithai role in cannabis reform

Bhumjaithai Party leader Anutin Charnvirakul on Saturday trumpeted forthcoming changes to laws regulating the cultivation and use of cannabis plants as reasons for the party's success at the last election, including a clean sweep in Prachin Buri, the province which he was visiting.

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Anutin lauds Bhumjaithai role in cannabis reform
08:00

3,649 new Covid cases, 24 more deaths

The country registered 24 more Covid-19 fatalities and 3,649 new cases during the previous 24 hours, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced.

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3,649 new Covid cases, 24 more deaths
07:03

Dhamma helps inmates accept fate

The Corrections Department has invited Phra Khru Phawana Viriyawat, the abbot of Wat Phutthaphot Hariphunchai in Lamphun, to teach dhamma to death-row inmates to help them accept their destiny.

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Dhamma helps inmates accept fate
06:45

Minnows deny plot to kill budget bill

In the event the 2023 budget bill is voted down, the government will likely dissolve the House, which will inevitably result in the deliberation of the two draft laws required for a new general election being suspended.

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Minnows deny plot to kill budget bill
06:45

Vinicius strikes as Real Madrid beat Liverpool in Champions League final

PARIS: Vinicius Junior scored the only goal of the game as Real Madrid beat Liverpool 1-0 in Saturday's Champions League final in Paris to become kings of Europe for a record-extending 14th time after a night marred by problems outside the ground that led to the kick-off being delayed by over half an hour.

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Vinicius strikes as Real Madrid beat Liverpool in Champions League final
06:00

US urges dialogue on Myanmar

The United States has urged Asean to end the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar by entering dialogue with the military-ruled government and ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

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US urges dialogue on Myanmar
05:00

Licking its post-poll wounds, PPRP faces downgrade to 'medium' status

Last week's gubernatorial and council races are bad omens for Palang Pracharath, which faces a drubbing at the next national poll.

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PPRP faces downgrade to 'medium' status
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More than 30 die in stampede at Nigeria church food event

ABUJA - More than 30 people were killed in southern Nigeria Saturday after a stampede erupted during a crowded church charity event where food was being distributed.

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More than 30 die in stampede at Nigeria church food event
04:45

Swiatek racks up 31st straight win as French Open gets Nordic twist

PARIS - World number one Iga Swiatek was the only top 10 women's seed left standing at the French Open on Saturday as Casper Ruud and Holger Rune gave Roland Garros a rare Nordic twist with landmark performances.

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Swiatek racks up 31st straight win as French Open gets Nordic twist
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Govt drops reports of ATK-positive cases

The Department of Disease Control has stopped reporting Covid-19 infections using rapid antigen test kits and plans to report only cases that require hospitalisation.

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Revised reporting
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Wasps aim to shatter Buriram's dream

When Buriram United take on former champions PT Prachuap in the Thai League Cup final on Sunday, the Thunder Castle won't be only looking to complete a sweep of all three domestic football titles.

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Wasps aim to shatter Buriram's dream
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Jury deliberates Johnny Depp, Amber Heard case

Jurors deliberating the dueling defamation claims from actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard adjourned on Friday without delivering verdicts, leaving the resolution in the widely watched six-week trial to next week. This video contains graphic content. - REUTERS

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Jury deliberates Johnny Depp, Amber Heard case
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Why are monkeypox cases rising?

A handful of cases of monkeypox have now been reported or are suspected in Britain, Portugal, Spain and the United States. Here is what scientists know so far. - REUTERS

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Why are monkeypox cases rising?