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Taxi driver finds German tourist’s wallet
Approximately 17,000 Thai Baht was found in a foreigner’s wallet, which was turned over to police by a Pattaya motorbike taxi driver. In the hopes that the owner will come forward and claim the wallet he discovered on Soi Buakhao, Amnuay Plungklang, 49, contacted the media The wallet included identification...Les mer >>>
Freight train derailed by bomb
Authorities say a bomb planted on the tracks was responsible for the derailment of a freight train in Sadao district of Songkhla on Saturday. No injuries were reported. The incident occurred as cargo train No.707 operating between Hat Yai and Padang Besar was approaching the Khlong Ngae railway station in...Les mer >>>
Payback ultimatum’ on footy rights
The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) will demand the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) return funds of 600 million baht if it is unable to fulfil an agreement it made involving the World Cup 2022 broadcasting rights, a source said on Thursday. The warning came in a letter submitted...Les mer >>>
Focus on online safety for children as risk of cyber abuse rises
Government officials will also work with ISPs to teach children and youths how to navigate the online world safely and confidently, officials said. More than 40 senior officials and experts who focus on child-protection, health, education, law enforcement and information technology discussed and adopted a holistic and coordinated approach to...
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Indonesia set to punish sex before marriage
Indonesia’s parliament is expected to pass a new criminal law this month that will punish sex outside marriage with imprisonment of up to a year. Bambang Wuryanto, a politician involved in the draft, said the code could be passed as early as next week. The law, if passed, would apply...Les mer >>>
Case prosecutor discharged n Red Bull case
The Public Prosecutors Commission on Friday announced a decision to discharge Chainarong Saengthong-aram, a former senior prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney General (OAG), from service. He was accused of tampering with car speed evidence in the hit-and-run case involving Red Bull energy drink scion Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya. An...Les mer >>>
Did it cross the line?
Did the ball cross the line? That is the age-old World Cup question for Germany, who crashed out as Japan beat Spain thanks to an opinion-dividing winner that left many scratching their heads. Kaoru Mitoma’s cutback for Ao Tanaka’s tap-in happened just after the ball looked to have crossed the byeline. Even...Les mer >>>