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Update: Mon, Sep 24 2018    

Four Thawan paintings found, but mystery shrouds case

Weather warnings issued for East, Lower Northeast

The Meteorological Department on Sunday warned people living in the East and Lower Northeast to be mindful of rain-related dangers. 

Doi Inthanon climbers love the chill

The temperature in Chiang Mai’s Doi Inthanon National Park dropped to six degrees Celsius on Sunday morning, and the tourists climbing Thailand’s highest peak found it thrilling. 

China-Vatican ties: From broken churches to deal on bishops

The Vatican and China announced Saturday a deal to resolve the thorny issue of who gets to appoint bishops, a dispute that bedevilled their relations for decades.

Boxing hero Somrak might avoid bankruptcy

Boxer Somrak Khamsing, the first Thai to win an Olympic gold medal, has been given a chance to avoid bankruptcy through debt negotiation.

Buriram beat Police Tero for 6th Thai League title

Buriram United are already guaranteed as the 2018 Thai League champions after they beat Police Tero 2-0 at Chang Arena on Saturday to extend their lead over arch-rivals Bangkok United with nine points and with three games to play.

'Welcome back': Ferguson at United for first time since brain op

Alex Ferguson made an emotional return to Manchester United on Saturday for the first time since the club's legendary former manager had emergency brain surgery.

Trump border wall going up in Texas

The United States was to begin construction in Texas on Saturday of part of President Donald Trump's border wall designed to curb illegal immigration, which he calls a security threat.

Britain fumes at 'insulting' Tusk post about PM's Brexit plan

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt on Saturday accused EU Council President Donald Tusk of "insulting the British people" by needling Prime Minister Theresa May in a viral social media post.