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Boonma wins second Asian Tour golf title in Bangladesh

Thailand's Danthai Boonma won his second Asian Tour title when he triumphed at the US$400,000 Bangabandhu Cup Golf Bangladesh Open in Dhaka on Sunday.

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Boonma wins second Asian Tour golf title in Bangladesh
20:45

'Little by little': Ukraine grinds away on the northeastern front

KHARKIV REGION, Ukraine: The motivation to keep fighting the Russians is simple for Viking, a Ukrainian soldier near the northeastern frontlines as cold weather and artillery onslaughts bogs down both sides. He wants revenge.

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'Little by little': Ukraine grinds away on the northeastern front
19:08

Taiwan elections set stage for tighter presidential race in 2024

Taiwan is set for a more contentious presidential race focused on rising tensions with China, after low turnout in local elections handed China-skeptic President Tsai Ing-wen’s party historic losses.

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Thousands throng Anime Festival in Singapore after long Covid hiatus

SINGAPORE: Thousands of cosplayers and anime fans flocked to the annual Anime Festival Asia (AFA) in Singapore over the weekend, held for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began more than two years ago.

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Thousands throng Anime Festival in Singapore after long Covid hiatus
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First European cruise ship for 3 years arrives at Ko Samui

SURAT THANI: A cruise ship with 636 tourists on board arrived at Ko Samui island for a visit on Sunday.

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First European cruise ship for 3 years arrives at Ko Samui
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Protests across China as anger mounts over zero-Covid policy

Angry crowds took to the streets in Shanghai early on Sunday, and videos on social media showed protests in other cities across China, as public opposition to the government's hardline zero-Covid policy mounts.

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Protests across China as anger mounts over zero-Covid policy
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Newborn baby found in rubbish bin, suspected mother identified

CHON BURI: A newborn baby boy was found dumped in a trash can at a housing estate in Bang Lamung district early on Sunday by a resident.

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Newborn baby found in rubbish bin, suspected mother identified
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Malaysia PM Anwar eyes targeted subsidies for low-income groups

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is reviewing its government subsidies programme, aiming to direct money toward low-income groups, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said on Sunday, prioritising the rising cost of living as he takes office at a time of slowing growth.

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Malaysia PM Anwar eyes targeted subsidies for low-income groups
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Divisive Islamic party won’t join Malaysia government

Malaysia’s Islamic party declined to join newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim’s unity government.

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Divisive Islamic party won’t join Malaysia government
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Investors seen heading north, leaving SE Asia behind

The nascent revival in North Asian equities is being touted as the start of a potential bull run as bets for China’s gradual reopening as well as the bottoming out of the chip industry intensify.

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Investors seen heading north, leaving SE Asia behind
10:53

Almost half of Thais think scanty clothing and flirting are a cause of sexual violence: poll

Men's lack of respect for women is the leading cause of sexual violence in Thai society, according to a survey by the National Institute of Development Administration, or Nida Poll. That was followed by men's lack of understanding of whether women have given consent, and women wearing revealing clothes and flirting.

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Almost half of Thais think scanty clothing and flirting are a cause of sexual violence: poll
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Russian crewman's hand cut off in cargo ship accident

SONGKHLA: A Russian crewman on a Panama-registered cargo ship was brought ashore in a medical evacuation for hospital treatment after his right hand was cut off in a work accident on Saturday.

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Russian crewman's hand cut off in cargo ship accident
08:22

2022 Qatar World Cup: our Sunday picks

The Bangkok Post's predictions on matches.

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2022 Qatar World Cup: our Sunday picks
07:59

Messi helps give Argentina peace of mind with victory over Mexico

LUSAIL, Qatar: Argentina have eased the pressure from their shock opening World Cup defeat at the hands of Saudi Arabia by beating Mexico on Saturday and can now approach their final group game against Poland with peace of mind, captain Lionel Messi said.

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Messi helps give Argentina peace of mind with victory over Mexico
07:33

Apec boosts tourism

The popularity of Thai cultural resources got another boost courtesy of visits to major tourist attractions in Bangkok by French President Emmanuel Macron and US Vice President Kamala Harris during the Apec summit.

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Apec boosts tourism
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Apec, China reopening could boost growth to 4%

Thailand's economy is expected to grow by 3-4% next year, growth supported by the tourism industry and as an outcome of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit, a seminar was told.

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06:33

Khao San Road calls out for help

Street vendors on Khao San Road in Bangkok are calling for state agencies to come up with tourism campaigns to attract many more foreign visitors to return to this famous backpacker street after the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Khao San Road calls out for help
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Arrival of passengers from Russia a sign of recovery in Pattaya

A charter flight from Russia carrying 230 passengers destined for Pattaya City landed at U-Tapao Rayong-Pattaya International Airport yesterday, a sign that the popular coastal city's tourism industry is on the road to recovery.

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S Korea agrees to accept more Thai workers

Thailand will be able to send up to 15,000 workers to South Korea to offset labour shortages in the future, Labour Minister Suchart Chomklin said on Saturday.

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Stalemate at Muang Thong blows Bangkok United's bid off the track

Bangkok United's dream of ending the first leg of Thai League 1 among the top three sides was shattered by a 1-1 draw at Muang Thong United on Saturday night.

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Stalemate at Muang Thong blows Bangkok United's bid off the track