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· O'Sullivan records fastest win in Crucible history →
Thailand's Thepchaiya missed a chance to prolong the inevitable in the opening frame of the session but was punished for missing a simple red on 22.
· 4 people still missing from the Koh Samui ferry sinking →
Thailand’s tourist magnets deserted and desperate
· New categories of foreigners allowed back into Thailand from tomorrow →
Today Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, has clarified that more types of foreigners will be allowed to return to Thailand from August 4…
· World Snooker Championship 2020: Ronnie O'Sullivan through to round two →
Five-time winner Ronnie O'Sullivan began his World Championship campaign with a 10-1 demolition of Thailand's Thepchaiya Un-Nooh in Sheffield.
· How the Pandemic Defeated America →
While countries as different as South Korea, Thailand, Iceland, Slovakia, and Australia acted decisively to bend the curve of infections downward, the U.S. achieved merely a plateau in the spring, which changed to an appalling upward slope in the summer.
· 26 Vogue Editors in Chief on the Images That Bring Them Hope in 2020 →
“Aastha is the form of faith and beliefs that is widely practiced in Thailand, such as building religious artefacts like temples and Lord Buddha statues.
· Cambodia suffers acute Chikungunya outbreak →
Thailand’s dengue fever cases “double the five year average” – epidemic declared
Hong Kong Free Press
· Exclusive: Wanted by Beijing, activist in-exile Wayne Chan says he won’t stop fighting for Hong Kong independence →
They wouldn’t mind doing it again.” He cited the disappearance of Swedish national and dissident bookseller Gui Minhai, who vanished from Thailand only to reappear in the mainland where he was jailed for 10 years under China’s security law.
· Beware bogus beef – online sales and vendors caught with suspicious steak →
Apart from the obvious health concerns, the scam is causing a loss of trust in Thailand’s 150,000+ Halal restaurants.
· Holden rejects 'conspiracy theory' on the timing of its Australian exit →
Mr Aquilina denied strategic board directions had been made over a very long period of time to exit the country after General Motors closed its factories in Australia, Korea, the UK, Thailand and South Africa.