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Update: Sun, Nov 18 2018    

Pattaya police: Hanged Norwegian's death was suicide

The Norwegian man's body hangs against the outside of the Northshore Condominium off Pattaya Beach Road in Chon Buri on Wednesday morning. PATTAYA: Police investigators have confirmed a Norwegian man found hanging from a highrise rooftop on Wednesday had committed suicide, after examining his medical record and will.

Creeping Islamic terrorism in peaceful cities of Thailand

Bangkok: November 14, 2018. Its very unfortunate that where ever Muslims are in large groups in Far East, South East Asia and South Asia are committing crimes under cover of Sharia law and taking up arms against respective governments of other faiths.

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If you like to argue that modern pop music sucks, here's some ammunition. BeyoncA©'s 2016 album Lemonade had no less than 72 writers involved, and her single Hold Up had 15 alone.

Python regurgitates puppy after trying to digest its meal in Thailand

The 6.5ft serpent pounced on the small female dog as she scampered around the yard at her home. The dog's owner, Pongsee Parapitak, said she made the chilling discovery when she went outside to give food to her two pet puppies but only one of them came running over.

Lee Furlong who spray-painted fortress in Thailand is spared jail

Scouse Lee is SPARED jail: Liverpool backpacker who faced ten years in a Thai prison for spray-painting his name onto an 800-year-old fortress is given a A 2,340 fine A British man who vandalised an 800-year-old fortress in Thailand by spraying 'Scouse Lee' on a wall has been spared prison. Lee Furlong, 23, from Liverpool, was caught on CCTV using a can of black spray paint to tag the historic Tha Phae gate in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, last month.

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Some eight months after she won in Binibining Pilipinas and started training for Miss Universe, Catriona Gray is out to make the Philippines proud on Dec. 17 in Bangkok, Thailand where the battle for the title takes place. "I put the best effort in for our country because I think we deserve it," she told Bulletin Entertainment at an exclusive send-off party organized by the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. at the Novotel Manila Araneta Center a few days ago.

Digital Economy and Society Ministry rolls out 5G testbed

The Digital Economy and Society Ministry has announced a 5G technology alliance in testbed laboratories and field trials, aiming to promote 5G infrastructure adoption by 2020. The alliance includes Huawei Technologies, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Intel, Nokia, major local telecom operators and the Thai Federation of ICT Technology Association.

Acid attack victim's body returned home

KHON KAEN: The body of a woman who died after acid was poured over her face and into her mouth, and who was allegedly denied treatment at a private hospital, has returned home to Khon Kaen for funeral rites. Chorlada Tarawan's coffin arrived at her family's home in Ban Saeng Arun of Waeng Yai district late on Monday night.

Dead Norwegian found hanging from Pattaya rooftop

The dead man's hanging body is retrieved from the outside of the Northshore Condominium off Pattaya's Beach Road in Chon Buri province on Wednesday. PATTAYA: A shirtless Norwegian man was found hanging from the rooftop of a 31-storey condominium building off Beach Road on Monday.

Three Prachuap Khiri Khan districts remain under water, more than 12,000 families affected

Three districts in the southern province of Prachuap Khiri Khan are still reeling from the flooding caused by heavy rain since November 7, the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department reported Wednesday. Chayapol Thitisak, director general of the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Department, said 27,961 people from 1,398 families in 18 tambon in Bang Saphan Noi, Bang Saphan and Tap Sakae districts were still affected.

Thailand opens its biggest luxury shopping playland - " eying rich Chinese tourists

The owners of a splashy riverside project in Bangkok of luxury shops, high-end condos and a large performance auditorium are tying their success to tourists - aiming to attract 250,000 a day, mostly from mainland China and Hong Kong. The US$1.6 billion Iconsiam's first phase opened on November 10. It features such international brands as Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Apple, as well as 300 local food and handicraft stalls representing the Southeast Asian country's 77 provinces, plus the Magnolias Waterfront Residences and The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok.

Why Thailand understands the real value of Chinese tourists

Thailand welcomed 35.4 million international arrivals last year, making it the 10th most visited country in the world, according to United Nations World Tourism Organisation figures. The only Asian destination to outdo it was China .

Son of angling legend John Wilson pays tribute to his father

The man once voted the 'Greatest Angler of all Time' John Wilson died in the place he loved, sitting overlooking his lake in Thailand, watching his fish, his son Lee Wilson described today. A young John Wilson cradling his newborn son, Lee Wilson: a treasured memory now following the shock news today that John Wilson had passed away.

Blessing the end of the rain

Local residents of Mae Sariang and Muang districts of Mae Hong Son province hold a festival to mark the end of rainy season and wish for luck and prosperity. - Jetjaras Na Ranong Readers are urged not to submit comments that may cause legal dispute including slanderous, vulgar or violent language, incorrectly spelt names, discuss moderation action, quotes with no source or anything deemed critical of the monarchy.

Thai Air Force sending help to flooded communities

The Royal Thai Air Force is delivering supplies of necessities and medications to flooded communities in Prachuap Khiri Khan province. Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Air Force, ACM Chaiyapruk Didyasarin said rescue helicopters will be deployed to affected areas on request.

Apple's Asia suppliers fall amid fears of weak iPhone sales

Thailand's first flagship Apple store is seen at Iconsiam shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun The Cupertino, California-based tech giant's shares fell to their lowest in more than three months on Monday after three suppliers cut their forecasts for iPhone sales in the coming holiday season.

Belt and Road rethink in Southeast Asia: Will India change its mind?

By Lee Kah Whye, Singapore, Nov 12 : From the gleaming new city of Khorgos sprouting out of the desert in Kazakhstan to the kilometres of shinny steel rails being laid in the countryside in Laos, China's trillion-dollar signature Belt and Road Initiative is making an impact around the world. President Xi Jinping announced BRI, formerly known as "One Belt One Road" to the world in visits to Kazakhstan and Indonesia in 2013.