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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Community Forest Bill passes NLA
The long-awaited Forest Community Bill has finally been approved by the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), putting an end to campaigns by environmentalists and villagers - dating back almost three decades - to have more say in the designation of green areas.
Suspect in murder of two monks arrested
NARATHIWAT: A man suspected of involvement in the murder of two monks in Sungai Padi district last month has been arrested.
Ghibli fans flock to rural Australian bakery
ROSS, Australia: A bakery in a tiny, rural town in northeast Tasmania has become an unlikely pilgrimage site for Japanese tourists and Studio Ghibli animation fans alike.
GDP data, smooth election could fuel baht rally
The baht is looking to repeat its performance as one of Asia’s best currencies last year. Monday’s growth data will shed light on a key pillar of its recent strength and may help it stay in pole position at least through the first quarter.
Election, Thai Raksa Chart drama top political news: Poll
The March 24 election in general, followed by the possible dissolution of the Thai Raksa Chart party, were the most interesting political news reported by various forms of media last week, according to the result of a survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
US-China trade talks: what's under debate
BEIJING - US and Chinese officials wrapped up days of trade talks in Beijing on Friday with plans to resume negotiations in Washington this week as the world's top two economies try to smooth out their thorny trade dispute.
Reading elections in the stars
The reestablishment of democracy after the March 24 election is not the only thing politicians and citizens are looking forward to.
Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, who played Hitler, dies at 77
GENEVA: Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor who gave masterful performances as Adolf Hitler in Downfall and an angel seeking mortality in divided Berlin, died Saturday aged 77, his agent said.
Democrats confident of bagging 20 House seats in Bangkok
The Democrat Party has set its sights on winning at least 20 House seats in Bangkok in the March 24 general election by keeping its old fans and wooing first-time voters, deputy party leader Korn Chatikavanij said.
Rice bill not in farmers' interests
The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) made the right decision in backing down on the Rice Bill fight, removing controversial content which drew hefty criticism. It agreed to take out a contentious section that prohibits the trade of rice seeds which are not approved under requirements set by the bill. This positive response is good but is not enough.
 
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Safeguard your password, TCAS advises students
The Council of University Presidents of Thailand (TCAS) has warned high-schoolers to keep their passwords to the TCAS system away from prying eyes, following some cases in which students claimed their accounts were accessed by parents, who had changed the chosen faculties and even given up seats on their behalf without the students’ knowledge or consent.
Tham Luang caves closed from Feb 19 to retrieve rescue equipment
The Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai province, the scene of a much-publicised international rescue mission last July, will close to all visitors from February 19 in order to allow Thai Navy SEALs to enter and recover equipment left inside.
Fire sweeps through Bangladesh slum, killing nine
A fire tore through a slum in southern Bangladesh on Sunday killing at least 9 people and destroying hundreds of shanty homes, police said.
Suspect wanted for rape of girl, 12, arrested
A 42-year-old suspect, Samruay Jitcheun, wanted for the alleged rape of a 12-year-old girl in an abandoned building in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi district last Wednesday has been arrested and taken into police custody.
Three women arrested after 500,000 meth pills found in car
Three women aged 48-53 were arrested for allegedly transporting 500,000 methamphetamine pills in Chiang Rai province on Saturday.
Portuguese tourist falls to death at Bangkok hotel
A 24-year-old Portuguese woman was found dead on Sunday morning after falling or jumping from the sixth floor open desk of a Bangkok hotel.
Summer arrives this week, bit of a scorcher
The temperature in Thailand this summer will be 1-2 degrees Celsius warmer than last year, Meteorological Department director-general Phuwiang Prakam-min said on Saturday.
Trump's border wall 'emergency' faces tough legal hurdles
Washington - President Donald Trump's declaration of an emergency Friday to build a border wall immediately drew legal challenges that could easily escalate into a landmark test of the balance of power between the White House and Congress.
Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray returns to PH early
MANILA, Philippines — Miss Universe 2018 titleholder Catriona Gray returned to the Philippines days before her planned homecoming celebration.
 
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Community Forest Bill passes NLA
The long-awaited Forest Community Bill has finally been approved by the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), putting an end to campaigns by environmentalists and villagers - dating back almost three decades - to have more say in the designation of green areas.
Suspect in murder of two monks arrested
NARATHIWAT: A man suspected of involvement in the murder of two monks in Sungai Padi district last month has been arrested.
Mentally-ill Swedish tourist in police custody after running amok in Phuket
PHUKET: A mentally ill Swedish tourist was arrested early on Sunday after he was found running amok on out-bound Thep Kasattree road in Thalang district of this southern island resort province.
Ghibli fans flock to rural Australian bakery
ROSS, Australia: A bakery in a tiny, rural town in northeast Tasmania has become an unlikely pilgrimage site for Japanese tourists and Studio Ghibli animation fans alike.
Sadao border checkpoint blocked by motorcycle taxis
SONGKHLA: The checkpoint between Thailand and Malaysia in Sadao district of this southern border province was temporarily blocked by a group of motorcycle taxi drivers, obstructing the passage of vehicles carrying tourists and cargo.
GDP data, smooth election could fuel baht rally
The baht is looking to repeat its performance as one of Asia’s best currencies last year. Monday’s growth data will shed light on a key pillar of its recent strength and may help it stay in pole position at least through the first quarter.
Storms lash parts of Phrae, Phayao
Heavy storms hit three districts in Phrae and two in Phayao provinces in the North on Saturday, damaging houses and farmland, according to disaster prevention and mitigation offices.
Election, Thai Raksa Chart drama top political news: Poll
The March 24 election in general, followed by the possible dissolution of the Thai Raksa Chart party, were the most interesting political news reported by various forms of media last week, according to the result of a survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
Saudi crown prince seeks contracts and allies on Asia tour
ISLAMABAD: Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince arrives in Pakistan on Sunday, the start of an Asian tour during which he will seek lucrative contracts and demonstrate he still has allies five months after the Khashoggi affair.
Macron condemns anti-Semitic abuse by 'yellow vest' protestors
PARIS: French President Emmanuel Macron condemned anti-Semitic abuse of a leading intellectual by "yellow vest" protestors and said it would not be tolerated.
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