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FAA Lists 26 Flaws In Thailand’s Aviation Standards That Need Rectification
FAA lists 26 flaws in Thailand’s aviation standards that need rectification The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has identified 26 flaws in Thailand’s aviation standards during its recent inspection and has recommended that they are (...)
Buriram Times - 20 February 2019
Makha Puja Day celebrates doing good in front of Bangkok City Hall
Makha Puja Day celebrates doing good in front of Bangkok City Hall
As devout Buddhists across the country attended merit-making events to mark the Makha Puja Day on Tuesday, Bangkok Governor Pol General Aswin Kwanmuang led officials and the public to offer morning alms to 68 monks at Khon Muang Plaza in front (...)
NationMultimedia - 19 February 2019
Al Araibi could sue Australia as Thai officials suggest Bahrain’s extradition request was valid
The Head of Australia’s Border Force, Michael Outram, this week admitted that Australian officials indirectly caused the arrest of Hakeem Al Araibi in Thailand on November… Read More › The post Al Araibi could sue Australia as Thai officials (...)
Thai Examiner - 19 February 2019
Overstaying Spaniard Arrested For Handcuffing And Raping Thai Woman In Bangkok
Overstaying Spaniard arrested for handcuffing and raping Thai woman in Bangkok Police have arrested a Spanish man who allegedly handcuffed and raped a Thai woman in a condominium in Bangkok. On Tuesday police announced the arrest of Mr Jorge (...)
Buriram Times - 20 February 2019
Three major drug suspects arrested, ฿100m in assets seized
Police arrested three alleged members of a major drug trafficking gang and seized assets -- including luxury houses and cars -- worth about 100 million baht during raids on six locations in Bangkok early (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Real estate, financial shares drag Philippine market
Philippine stocks fell the most on Tuesday dragged by losses in the real estate and financial stocks, as most of the Southeast Asian equity markets ended lower, while Malaysia gained as investors took positions amid the earnings (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Slovenian nabbed in Kalasin as election poster attacks continue
Valentine's Day disappointment was behind the damaged posters for an MP candidate in Kalasin -- but the ongoing vandalism against campaign posters in other provinces are more likely to be politically (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
China reveals details of Greater Bay Area plan
A cluster of world-class cities for work, life and leisure forms the central vision of China’s “Greater Bay Area” finally unveiled by Beijing late on Monday, laying out a road map to what it hailed as the new era of opening (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Road fatalities halved when alcohol banned on major Buddhist holidays, safety centre finds
Road fatalities halved when alcohol banned on major Buddhist holidays, safety centre finds
A ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks on Asarnha Bucha day and the first day of Buddhist Lent reduced road fatalities on those days by roughly a half.
NationMultimedia - 19 February 2019
Spaniard nabbed for 'handcuffing, raping' Thai woman
A Spanish national has been arrested for allegedly handcuffing and raping a Thai woman in a Bangkok condominium.
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Aircraft maintenance worker, 22, dies after motorbike hits parked bus
PHUKET: A 22-year-old man died after the motorbike he was riding slammed into the back of a bus parked by the side of the road on the main road to the airport early this morning (Feb 19).
Phuket News - 19 February 2019
Civilian shot dead in Yala drive-by shooting
YALA: A local resident was killed in a drive-by shooting while driving with his wife in Raman district of this strife-torn Yala province in the early hours of Tuesday. His wife, a passenger in the car, escaped (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
School executives, teachers told to stay politically neutral
Executives and teachers at all public schools have been asked to stay politically neutral -- or face disciplinary action.
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Indonesia submits bid to host 2032 Olympics
JAKARTA: Indonesia has submitted a bid to host the 2032 Olympics, the state news agency said on Tuesday, after winning praise for hosting last year's Asian Games, though it could face competition from India and a joint bid by North and South (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Election Commission issues defamation warning
BANGKOK: The Office of the Election Commission (EC) warns that posting text, sharing or commenting on messages that defame political candidates violates the Computer Crime Act.
Phuket News - 19 February 2019
Huawei's founder says world can't live without it
BEIJING - The founder of Chinese telecom giant Huawei has hit back at US efforts to blacklist the company, saying defiantly that the world cannot do without Huawei and its more advanced technology.
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
Krabi drug raids net M16 rifles, 200k meth pills
PHUKET:: A series of co-ordinated raids at 23 locations across Krabi early yesterday morning (Feb 18) netted more than 200,000 methamphetamine pills (ya bah) and a slew of firearms, including three M16 (...)
Phuket News - 19 February 2019
What Does the Sale of $1.5 Billion in Philippines Government Bonds Really Mean?
The Philippines Government recently became the first in Asia to borrow money from the international debt markets. This came with the sale of $1.5 billion in bonds to a variety of investors across the planet. What are these bonds all about and (...)
Pattaya Mail - 19 February 2019
Victims of Church sex abuse go global with fight for justice
PARIS: After years of struggling alone or finding support in national groups, survivors of sex abuse by priests have formed a new international alliance to pressure the Catholic Church to face up to its (...)
Bangkok Post - 19 February 2019
China accuses US of trying to block its tech development
Beijing (AP) — China’s government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block the country’s industrial development by alleging that Chinese mobile network gear poses a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling out new internet systems. (...)
Pattaya Mail - 19 February 2019
Bangkok reports mostly good air quality
Bangkok – Good air quality was reported in the greater Bangkok area on Sunday but officials say the PM2.5 concentrations could rise this week. The website Air4thai operated by the Pollution Control Department reported good air quality throughout (...)
Pattaya Mail - 19 February 2019
Philippines says 136 people have died in measles outbreak
Manila (AP) — The Philippine health secretary said Monday that 136 people, mostly children, have died of measles and 8,400 others have fallen ill in an outbreak blamed partly on vaccination fears. A massive immunization drive that started last (...)
Pattaya Mail - 19 February 2019
Thai courts to have bailiffs once law put in place
Bangkok – Thailand will soon have bailiffs who will handle the task of arresting those who violate bail conditions. The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) earlier this month voted in the draft legislation to add bailiffs to the court system. The (...)
Pattaya Mail - 19 February 2019



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