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Israel-Hamas War: Live news and updates

Palestinian militant factions, notably Hamas, instigated a full-blown assault against Israel from the Gaza Strip on 7 October 2023. The assault, the first of its magnitude since the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, saw the militants penetrate the heavily fortified Gaza–Israel barrier and infiltrate Israeli settlements and military bases through the Gaza border crossings. The Hamas-led offensive, …

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First human eye transplant performed on American man

The world’s first-ever human eye transplant has been performed on an American man, following previous successful facial transplants. The medical advancement is significant, although it remains uncertain whether the recipient will regain sight in his newly transplanted left eye. During work, a high-voltage electrical accident severely damaged the face and one eye of 46 year …

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BCPG to divest its nine solar farms in Japan for strategic reinvestment

BCPG Plc, Bangchak Group’s power generation subsidiary, is planning to divest all its nine solar farms in Japan, in a strategic move to revamp its long-term investment in renewable energy. The assets on sale include equity worth 6.93 billion baht and net debt totalling 3.44 billion baht. The company has entered into an asset purchase …

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Brave police officer thwarts attempted assault in broad daylight

A Bang Phli Noi Police Station officer, Yuttakorn Kao Kaeo, was heading to work on his motorcycle today when he spotted two teenagers signalling for help. The officer discovered a man, 38 year old Anek, attacking a 23 year old woman called A, in a nearby forest. Initially, the officer suspected a domestic dispute, but A, …

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Easy e-receipt programme set to kick off next year in Thailand

A newly approved tax refund scheme, aimed at stimulating domestic spending and promoting the use of electronic invoices, is set to kick off early next year, the Finance Ministry confirmed on Monday. The so-called Easy E-Receipt programme allows individuals to claim a tax deduction of up to 50,000 baht on goods and services purchases from …

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Kanchanaburi police hunt for murderer who taunts cops with Facebook riddle

Police in Kanchanaburi are racing against time to apprehend a brutal murderer who allegedly shot a transgender woman dead in an apparent robbery. The suspect, obviously a fan of serial killer movies, then audaciously taunted authorities and friends of the victim by using her stolen phone to post a chilling riddle on her Facebook account …

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Rayong woman arrested for alleged minor sex trade and drug distribution

Unfolding in the heart of Rayong, a woman suspected of operating a minor sex trade and drug distribution network has surrendered to the police. This dramatic event unfolded yesterday, December 4, rooted in allegations from two teenage victims who had reached out to a local Facebook page, Zoom Rayong, claiming they had been held captive …

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Major drug bust in Thailand seizes 2 tonnes of meth bound for Philippines and Australia

In a major drug bust, authorities last night apprehended 13 suspects and confiscated 2 tonnes of crystal methamphetamine from a large tugboat in Chachoengsao’s Bang Pakong district. The narcotics, believed to be headed for the Philippines and Australia, were discovered during a late-night search operation by marine and narcotics suppression police. As law enforcement officers …

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The best restaurants in Kanchanaburi

Rich in natural beauty and historical significance, Kanchanaburi’s vibrant food scene reveals yet another side of the city. The restaurants in the city are well regarded for their taste, ambience, and friendliness. Their menus range from unique vegan dishes to traditional Thai cuisine that pays homage to regional customs. Some of the best restaurants that …

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Wild elephant herd of 100 ‘tramples’ sugarcane dreams in Prachin Buri, sanctuary scrambles to restore order

Over 100 wild elephants caused chaos and distress to villagers in Khao Maikaew, Kabin Buri in Prachin Buri province after rampaging through a sugarcane plantation, forcing officials from the Khao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife Sanctuary to push the elephants back. However, the limited number of staff, combined with the difficulty and danger of the task, …

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Lawmakers to offer feedback on charter
MPs and senators will be sought for their opinions on how a referendum on a charter amendment should be held after the parliament session reconvenes on Dec 12, according to a referendum hearing sub-panel.
Groups urge govt to scrap 4am opening
Temperance groups and road safety advocates are urging the government to rethink its plan to allow bars, clubs and other entertainment venues to operate until 4am, saying authorities have not taken the necessary precautions to prevent alcohol-related accidents.
BCPG planning to sell solar farms in Japan
BCPG Plc, the power generation arm of energy conglomerate Bangchak Group, has decided to sell all nine of its solar farms in Japan in a move to adjust a long-term renewable energy investment.
Thai PBS calls for trial of 4K hi-res broadcasting platform
Thai Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has proposed to the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) a trial of the 4K high-resolution broadcasting platform, airing content in 16 provinces.
Cabinet okays B8bn package for sugarcane farmers
The mobile cabinet on Monday greenlighted incentives worth 8 billion baht for sugarcane farmers who agree to cut fresh sugarcane without burning the residue, a move aimed at helping reduce the amount of PM2.5 dust in the 2022/23 harvest year.
Gold prices soar as Fed expected to end rate hike
The price of gold futures surged above US$2,100 per ounce while the price of Bitcoin passed $40,000 on Monday morning in response to growing expectations that the Federal Reserve (Fed) has finished with its US interest rate hike and will begin a rate cut next year.
B5.1bn soft power spend too dear: PM
The government will revise the 5.1-billion-baht budget that was earmarked for national arts and culture promotion projects by the National Soft Power Development Committee (NSPDC) as it is considered too much, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Monday.
Documentary rocks Pattaya tourism
With the image of Pattaya as a sex tourism destination being amplified by a German media organisation, the private sector is concerned about the consequences as it could impact the overall tourism market.
Shopping refund gets nod
The cabinet on Monday approved a tax refund scheme for shopping to stimulate domestic spending early next year and promote wider use of electronic invoices, according to the Finance Ministry.
University doubts mental illness of lecturer it is suing for B16m
Mae Fah Luang University has said it doubts the veracity of a former lecturer's claim that she was mentally ill, the reason she gave for not continuing to work as required to repay the costs of her PhD scholarship.
 
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Two police, suspect wounded in Pattani drug bust
Two police officers and a drug suspect were wounded by gunshots from a second suspect during a successful police sting operation in Yaring district of Pattani on Monday night.
King's second son joins Thais in paying respect to late King Bhumibol
Vacharaesorn Vivacharawongse, the second-eldest son of HM the King, joined Thais in paying respect to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great at Chalerm Prakiart Park in Dusit district, Bangkok, on Tuesday, which is Father’s Day.
King Charles' blue tie speaks volumes to Greeks
NEW YORK - Can a tie really bind you to an opinion? Greek and British journalists traded flurries of speculation last week after King Charles III wore a bright blue cravat (and matching pocket square) as he addressed the COP28 climate conference in Dubai.
Raid on smuggler's tugboat nets tonnes of crystal meth
Police seized 2 tonnes of crystal methamphetamine from a large tugboat and arrested 13 fleeing suspects at a pier in Bang Pakong district of Chachoengsao on Monday night.
White House warns Putin could win if Ukraine aid dries up
WASHINGTON - The White House issued a dire warning Monday that US aid for Ukraine will run out by the end of the year, adding that Russian President Vladimir Putin could win the war if Congress fails to agree fresh funding.
Nigerian army drone strike error kills civilians
KANO (NIGERIA) - An army drone strike accidentally hit a village in northwestern Nigeria killing dozens of civilians celebrating a Muslim festival, local authorities, the military and residents said on Monday.
Kirins put a dent in Buriram's chances
Muang Thong United recovered from a goal down twice to further derail arch-rivals Buriram United's bid to retain their Thai League 1 title with a 2-2 home draw on Sunday night.
Gortune allots B1.4bn for FSX stake
Gortune International Investment Holding Company, a prominent Chinese group, plans to invest a total sum of 1.4 billion baht to eventually acquire up to 49.9% of SET-listed Finansia X (FSX), becoming the largest shareholder of the Thai securities group.
Nualphan joins the race for top FAT office
Thailand national team manager Nualphan Lamsam has claimed she has the support of 60 Thai league clubs in her bid to become the next president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT).
Probe launched to identify official in B10m bribery clip
An investigation into an audio clip of an official who demanded a 10-million-baht bribe from a pork smuggler is underway to identify the official in question, Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Capt Thamanat Prompow said.
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