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Thailand’s cannabis group ends hunger strike over narcotic reclassification

Writing Thailand’s Cannabis Future Network has concluded a hunger strike and peaceful demonstration against the reclassification of cannabis as an illegal narcotic. The group made this announcement through a statement on social media, expressing their concern over the government’s approach to cannabis regulation. From July 8 to July 19, members of the network gathered in …

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Thailand to investigate blackchin tilapia surge within seven days

Thailand’s Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry tasked the Fisheries Department with a seven-day deadline to determine the cause behind the surge in the blackchin tilapia population. Prayoon Inskul, permanent secretary for the ministry, announced yesterday, July 20, that a comprehensive plan has been devised to address the outbreak affecting 16 provinces. The initial strategy involves a …

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Thai police arrest Nigerian man for cocaine and visa overstay

Thai police raided a luxury hotel in Koh Pha Ngan and arrested a 47 year old Nigerian national for possession of cocaine and overstaying his visa. The Nigerian, Kenneth, claimed to use magic to evade detection during his drug transactions. Tourist Police Chief Saksira Puek-am revealed that the operation was conducted as part of a …

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Woman caught stealing beer in Udon Thani after fight with husband

A woman was caught stealing five cans of beer from a shop in Udon Thani, sparking a confrontation with her husband. She claimed the theft was due to a lack of money after an argument with him. Police in Udon Thani received a report yesterday about a woman stealing five cans of beer from a …

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Heavy rainfall and flash flood warnings issued for 50 provinces

Heavy rainfall is expected across 50 provinces today, with 70% of these areas, including Bangkok, set to experience significant downpours. The Thai Meteorological Department (TMD) warns of potential flash floods and forest runoffs due to the weather conditions. The TMD forecasted the weather for the next 24 hours, noting that a monsoon trough is passing …

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Man surrenders after BB gun road rage incident in Nonthaburi

A 44 year old man turned himself in after firing a BB gun at another driver in response to a close encounter on the road. The incident, captured on CCTV, led to his swift surrender to the police. The incident unfolded yesterday at 6pm when Anan Worasart, chief of Bang Khen police station, along with …

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Father takes daughter hostage in Bangkok, police officer killed

A father wielding four firearms took his daughter hostage, leading to a dramatic rescue of four family members and a tragic police shooting. The incident occurred yesterday at 11.30pm in the D.K. Village, Soi 2, Phraya Monthon Road, Bang Bon District, Bangkok. Police Lieutenant Colonel Thanyathon Rasamee of Tha Kham Police Station received a report …

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Boy drowns in Hat Yai canal despite rescue efforts

An 8 year old boy tragically drowned while playing in a canal with his friends in Hat Yai, Songkhla. Despite efforts to rescue him, it took two hours to locate his body after his grandfather performed a ritual. The incident occurred at around 1.30pm yesterday when police from Koh Hong Police Station in Songkhla received …

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Tiger dies near Dong Yai Forest after alarming villagers

A tiger identified as M116 has died after causing alarm among locals near a concrete dam close to Dong Yai Forest in Lam Nang Rong, Non Din Daeng, Buriram province. Officials discovered the tiger in a weakened state before it passed away, and investigations are underway to determine the cause of death. Villagers had recently …

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Fire destroys house in Ubon Ratchathani, causes 2 million baht damage

A fierce fire engulfed a two-storey house in Ubon Ratchathani, completely destroying it and causing chaos as firefighters scrambled to control the blaze. The incident occurred yesterday in a densely populated community. Police officer Prawit Wacharin received a report about a fire at a two-storey residence on Sukha Upatham 3 Alley, Sukha Upatham Road, Nai …

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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Man kills police officer, then himself after taking family hostage in Bangkok
A mentally ill man committed suicide after shooting dead a police lieutenant colonel who was attempting to negotiate an end to a family hostage drama at a house in Bang Bon district, Bangkok, early Sunday morning.
Panipak: Carrying the burden of hope
Taekwondo star Panipak Wongpattanakit is under no small amount of pressure to deliver the goods at the Paris Olympic Games, so much so that the two-time world champion has resorted to seeking divine help.
Govt seeks source of alien fish influx in 16 Thai provinces
Thailand's Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry has given the Fisheries Department a seven-day deadline to find the source of the explosion in the blackchin tilapia population.
72K rai of land to go to landless Thai farmers
A total of 72,000 rai of state land, previously used by the military, is ready to be handed over for distribution to poor landless farmers to mark the occasion of His Majesty the King's 72nd birthday, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin announced.
Co-pay gripes prompt 30-billion-baht fertiliser subsidy rethink
The National Rice Policy and Management Committee will be asked to review the 30-billion-baht fertiliser subsidy programme for 4.68 million rice farmers due to apparent difficulties with the scheme.
SAT, companies to pay for Olympics broadcast rights
The Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) will join hands with the private sector to invest about 400 million baht for the rights to broadcast the Olympic games, SAT governor Kongsak Yodmanee said.
Pheu Thai to rally base in Thailand's Surin province
Paroled ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra's recent visit to Surin, one of the lower northeastern provinces, has raised questions about whether the region will become a key battleground in the next general election.
Chalerm and son prepare to switch parties
Wan Ubumrung, a former Pheu Thai Party MP for Bangkok, confirmed on Saturday that he is moving to the Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP), and his father Chalerm may also be joining him there
Chiang Mai police officer ‘led scam gang’
CHIANG MAI - The chief inspector at the Hang Dong police station in this northern province has been arrested on charges of running a call centre scam gang
Drunk teacher drives off road, injuring 17 students
Online photos have confirmed that a drunk teacher was involved in an accident in which a pickup truck overturned, causing injuries to 17 students in Surin. The incident sparked anger on social media platforms.
 
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Thai golfer Chanettee Wannasaen up 3 shots at Dana Open
Thai golfer Chanettee Wannasaen shot a 5-under-par 66 on Saturday to continue her blistering start at the Dana Open in Sylvania, Ohio, US.
Exploring the five senses of kiki
Do you know about kiki? "Kiki Voice - The Art Experience Curated by Bayer" is an innovative exhibition aimed at encouraging women to take better care of their health and discuss their "kiki" openly. The event takes place at the 1559 Space gallery in Samyan, Bangkok, until Aug 3, 2024.
Cyber outage triggers long queues at US-Mexico border
A global cyber outage caused long queues in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez on Friday (July 19) as people waited to cross into the United States. - REUTERS
US urges people to not travel to Bangladesh amid 'civil unrest'
WASHINGTON: The U.S. State Department said on Saturday it has raised Bangladesh's travel advisory to level four, which urges people to not travel to the Asian country due to what Washington described as "civil unrest" amid ongoing protests.
50 years later, a former Cyprus airport remains frozen in time
Once a bustling hub, Nicosia International Airport has stood deserted for the past 50 years, as a symbol of Turkey's invasion of Cyprus half a century ago following a brief Greek-inspired coup. U.N. spokesperson Aleem Siddique says attempts to reopen the airport through reunification talks have failed over the years. - REUTERS
North Korea floats trash balloons towards South
SEOUL: North Korea on Sunday was floating balloons carrying trash towards South Korea, the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
Man kills police officer, then himself after taking family hostage in Bangkok
A mentally ill man committed suicide after shooting dead a police lieutenant colonel who was attempting to negotiate an end to a family hostage drama at a house in Bang Bon district, Bangkok, early Sunday morning.
Panipak: Carrying the burden of hope
Taekwondo star Panipak Wongpattanakit is under no small amount of pressure to deliver the goods at the Paris Olympic Games, so much so that the two-time world champion has resorted to seeking divine help.
Govt seeks source of alien fish influx in 16 Thai provinces
Thailand's Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry has given the Fisheries Department a seven-day deadline to find the source of the explosion in the blackchin tilapia population.
72K rai of land to go to landless Thai farmers
A total of 72,000 rai of state land, previously used by the military, is ready to be handed over for distribution to poor landless farmers to mark the occasion of His Majesty the King's 72nd birthday, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin announced.
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