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Thai lawmakers approve $16B in borrowing to fight COVID-19

Rapid City Journal 10 Jun 2021
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand’s House of Representatives on Thursday approved a bill that would allow the government to borrow up to 500 billion baht ($16 billion) to deal with the economic fallout and medical costs of the coronavirus ... Thailand has been battling a sharp surge in the coronavirus since April ... Thailand Southeast Asia Asia.
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Thailand Launches Mass Vaccination Against COVID-19 - Reports

Urdu Point 07 Jun 2021
People have queued up at vaccination centers in Bangkok and 76 provinces in Thailand to receive the injection throughout the working day, the Channel 3 broadcaster reported ... With the current pace of vaccine supply, however, the implementation of the inoculation plan may face delays over a shortage of shots, the broadcaster estimates.
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Oshin: The gritty Japanese woman who gripped the world

BBC News 04 Jun 2021
One commented. "The show really touched me ... RIP 🙏 ... In Thailand, cabinet meetings were reportedly rescheduled so that they did not clash with the broadcast of episodes ... Viewers in Thailand and Indonesia, for example, "dramatically" changed their views of the "cold-blooded" Japanese after watching the series, Dr Singhal said ... .
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Kin of Thailand video gamer files lawsuit against PM

Beijing News 02 Jun 2021
After a popular video gamer died of Covid-19 in Thailand, his brother has filed a 4.53 million baht (USD 186,000) lawsuit against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, and others for failing to respond quickly to his sibling's pleas for testing and hospitalisation, which allegedly led to his death.
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Dying gamer's video exposes flaws in Thailand's Covid-19 fight; kin files suit against PM

Yahoo Daily News 02 Jun 2021
Bangkok [Thailand], June 2 (ANI). After a popular video gamer died of Covid-19 in Thailand, his brother has filed a 4.53 million baht (USD 186,000) lawsuit against Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, and others for failing to respond quickly to his sibling's pleas for testing and hospitalisation, which allegedly led to his death.
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Myanmar's Arrest of Journalists an 'Extraordinary Attack on Freedom of Expression,' UN Says

Voa News 26 May 2021
The junta has detained journalists, whom it accuses of incitement, restricted internet access, banned satellite broadcasts and rescinded the licenses of several news organizations ... Another U.S ... However, three journalists for the broadcaster Democratic Voice of Burma were arrested in Thailand on May 9, on charges of illegal entry into the country ... .
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US cuts Mexico's aviation safety rating, curbing new flights

Morning Times 25 May 2021
The FAA decision to lower Mexico from “Category 1” to “Category 2” puts it in a group of countries including Bangladesh, Pakistan and Thailand ... This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or ...
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Thai villages isolated over variant find amid vaccine worry

Rapid City Journal 24 May 2021
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand placed barbed wire and checkpoints in several southern villages along the Malaysian border Monday after identifying a cluster of infections with a coronavirus variant that's believed to spread faster ... Also Monday, the agency managing Thailand's coronavirus response reported 2,713 new cases and 30 more deaths.
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Royal Thai consul-general in Shanghai sells 18 tons of Durian in live broadcast

Fresh Plaza 21 May 2021
That is why the commercial attaché of the consulate in Shanghai supports the promotion of imported products from Thailand on the technology platform Pinduoduo, so that we can further develop the growing trade relations between China and Thailand.”.
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China, in global campaign, vaccinates its people in Thailand

Greenwood Commonwealth 20 May 2021
BANGKOK (AP) — Chinese citizens living in Thailand began being vaccinated on Thursday as part of China's global campaign to inoculate its nationals living and working abroad ... Just over 2% of Thailand's 70 million people have received a first vaccine dose and about 1% have received a second ... Thailand has a population of about 70 million.
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Creditors of Thai Airways approve reorganization plan

Rapid City Journal 19 May 2021
BANGKOK (AP) — Creditors of Thai Airways International holding 91.56% of the airline’s debt have approved a business reorganization plan, the company announced Wednesday in a filing to the Stock Exchange of Thailand ... This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission ... Bangkok Thailand Southeast Asia Asia.
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Prisons push Thailand's COVID-19 cases to new daily high

Rapid City Journal 17 May 2021
Health authorities in Thailand reported 9,635 new coronavirus cases on Monday, doubling the previous daily record set last week ... Thailand's confirmed case total rose to 111,082, of which almost three-quarters -- 82,219 —— have been recorded since the beginning of April this year, when a new wave of coronavirus infections began.
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Myanmar: Journalists who fled coup face Thailand deportation

Business Ghana 12 May 2021
Three journalists and two activists who fled from Myanmar are set to go on trial in Thailand on charges of illegally entering the country ... They are three journalists from well-known broadcaster Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB), and two activists. Charged with illegal entry into Thailand, they could face immediate deportation if found guilty.
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Thailand urged not to repatriate reporters who fled Myanmar

Yahoo Daily News 11 May 2021
Thailand Myanmar Journalists ... Three senior journalists working for the online and broadcast news agency in Myanmar who fled after the military government ordered its operations to stop have been arrested by police in northern Thailand, their editor said Monday ... They were charged with illegal entry into Thailand.
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Burmese arrested in Thailand

Taipei Times 11 May 2021
Three journalists were apparently working from a house in Thailand after fleeing the junta, which has jailed their colleagues ... Three senior journalists working for a news agency in Myanmar who fled after the military government ordered its operations to stop have been arrested by police in northern Thailand, their editor said on Monday.
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