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US president may not attend Apec summit in Bangkok

Uncertainty looms over the participation of US President Joe Biden at the Apec summit in Bangkok as the meeting schedule clashes with his granddaughter's wedding.

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US president may not attend Apec summit in Bangkok
14:52

Super Typhoon Noru barrels towards Philippines

A super typhoon barrelled towards the Philippines Sunday and was on track to slam into the heavily populated main island of Luzon, forcing the evacuations of coastal communities, authorities said.

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Super Typhoon Noru barrels towards Philippines
13:42

'You cannot survive': Inflation bites as election looms

Sheltering from rain near Bangkok's Grand Palace, scores of unemployed Thais queue alongside homeless people waiting for free meals as 14-year-high inflation sends living costs soaring -- causing a headache for the government ahead of a looming general election.

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'You cannot survive': Inflation bites as election looms
12:19

School director found dead in submerged car

KANCHANABURI: The female director of a school was found dead in a car submerged in an irrigation canal in Tha Muang district on Saturday, police said.

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School director found dead in submerged car
11:24

Suspected insurgent killed in firefight with soldiers

NARATHIWAT: A suspected insurgent wanted under court warrants for three security-related cases was killed in a firefight with an army special operations unit in Muang district of this southern border province on Saturday, police reported.

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Suspected insurgent killed in firefight with soldiers
10:38

Paetongtarn still most popular choice for PM: poll

Paetongtarn "Ung Ing" Shinawatra of the Pheu Thai Party is still the most popular choice for prime minister, according to the National Institute of Development Administration, or Nida Poll - although the largest percentage of people selected the answer choice 'none'.

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Paetongtarn still most popular choice for PM: poll
08:45

Far-right eyes historic victory as Italy votes

ROME: Italians vote Sunday in an election expected to usher in the country's first government led by the far-right since World War II, bringing eurosceptic populists to the heart of Europe.

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Far-right eyes historic victory as Italy votes
08:04

North Korea fires ballistic missile, Seoul says

North Korea fired a ballistic missile Sunday, Seoul's military said, just days after a US aircraft carrier arrived for joint drills with the South in a show of force against Pyongyang.

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North Korea fires ballistic missile, Seoul says
08:00

655 new Covid inpatients, 12 more deaths

The country registered 655 new inpatients admitted to hospitals and 12 more Covid-19 related fatalities, the Ministry of Public Health reported on Sunday.

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655 new Covid inpatients, 12 more deaths
07:46

Atthaya grabs LPGA NW Arkansas lead

Thai rookie Atthaya Thitikul fired an eagle and eight birdies in a 10-under par 61 on Saturday to seize the lead in the LPGA NW Arkansas Championship.

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Atthaya grabs LPGA NW Arkansas lead
07:33

Thailand expect tough fight in third-place play-off

Malaysia take on Tajikistan in the King's Cup final but as far as the local fans are concerned, all eyes will be on the third-place showdown between hosts Thailand and Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday.

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Thailand expect tough fight in third-place play-off
07:00

Drive to up kids' reading abilities

The Thai Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth) has joined hands with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to promote early childhood reading amid concerns about learning loss among kids during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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06:33

Industry chiefs applaud staged return to business as usual

Business operators have welcomed the government's further relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, particularly the downgrading of the virus' status, saying they will attract more tourists and help boost the economy.

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Business as usual
06:00

SLF slams student loan forgiveness proposal

The Student Loan Fund (SLF) stands to lose up to 6 billion baht per year if the law regulating it is amended to waive loan interest and cancel fines against defaulters, according to the SLF.

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04:00

The centre will not hold

City Hall under the stewardship of governor Chadchart Sittipunt is looking to build a satellite town to "de-urbanise" Bangkok.

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The centre will not hold
00:45

Ukraine push slowed by rain, river and Russian holdouts

KUPIANSK, Ukraine: What had been a lightning push by Ukraine to drive Moscow's forces from the eastern Kharkiv region slowed to a brutal slog Saturday, stalled by heavy rain and Russian resistance.

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Ukraine push slowed by rain, river and Russian holdouts
00:45

China FM calls on Russia, Ukraine not to let war 'spill over'

UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - China on Saturday at the United Nations urged Russia and Ukraine not to let effects of their war "spill over" and called for a diplomatic resolution.

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China FM calls on Russia, Ukraine not to let war 'spill over'
24 Sep 2022

Hong Kong football fans boo Chinese anthem

HONG KONG: Football fans in Hong Kong were heard booing China’s national anthem on Saturday at the first match open to spectators in the city since legislation outlawing the practice was passed more than two years ago.

24 Sep 2022 7
Hong Kong football fans boo Chinese anthem
24 Sep 2022

Death toll doubles in Iran protest crackdown

The official death toll has nearly doubled to 35 in a crackdown by Iran’s security forces on more than a week of protests that erupted after the death of a young woman in custody.

24 Sep 2022
Death toll doubles in Iran protest crackdown
24 Sep 2022

Russia sacks top general in charge of logistics

KYIV: Moscow replaced its top logistics general on Saturday after a series of setbacks as Kremlin-held regions of eastern and southern Ukraine voted for a second day on becoming part of Russia.

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Russia sacks top general in charge of logistics