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    Thailand – American woman performs sex act

    A couple were caught on camera performing a sex act just feet away from a busy tourist-popular street. The shocking incident was recorded by locals outside The Hussin House Hotel on Phi Phi Island, Thailand, believed to involve and Irish man and an American woman. Footage shows a woman wearing a white bikini crouched against

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    British former solider was found dead in Thailand

    A Ladyboy sex worker has been quizzed by police after a British former solider was found dead in Thailand while visiting his daughter. Steve Balfour, 35, was last seen on May 14 in the busy resort of Pattaya near to where his Thai ex-wife lives with his six-year-old daughter, Georgina. His body was found in a room

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  • Migrant workers cut fish during a police inspection at the pier of Songkhla, south Thailand December 23, 2015. REUTERS/Surapan Boonthanom
    Thailand crack down on illegal fishing to pleased EU

    BANGKOK: Thailand delivered a progress report on Thursday on efforts to clamp down on illegal fishing in a last-ditch attempt to show progress made ahead of a visit by EU officials next week. Thailand, the world’s third-largest seafood exporter, faces a ban after the EU issued the country a “yellow card” in April for failing

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    Pattaya “Coconut Bar” ditutup oleh Polis

    Pattaya “Coconut Bar”, atau dikenali sebagai Pattaya Beach Road, telah diserbu oleh Polis di awal pagi dan lebih 50 lelaki yang disyaki dan Pelacur wanita telah ditangkap. Ia telah lama sejak operasi tersebut telah berlaku dan merupakan sebahagian daripada rancangan berterusan oleh Polis Pattaya untuk membantu dalam menggambarkan Pattaya sebagai tempat selamat untuk keluarga. Undang-undang

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    Turkish man charged for the bomb attack in Bangkok

    Thai authorities have detained and charged a 28-year-old Turkish man in connection with a bomb attack in Bangkok last week that killed 20 people and wounded scores more. It is the first arrest in connection with the August 17 bombing at the Erawan shrine in the capital’s bustling downtown district, which killed mostly Asian visitors,

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  • Thailand's Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha speaks to reporters in Bangkok on Tuesday, Aug 18, 2015. Photo: AP
    Bombing the latest of many challenges for Thailand’s junta

    BANGKOK — When a military coup last year ended months of political turmoil and violence in Thailand, even some democracy advocates welcomed the junta’s promise to restore stability and return “happiness to the people”. But 15 months later, a deadly bomb that ripped through a venerated shrine in downtown Bangkok highlights a critical question: Are

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  • Members of Thailand's elite Crime Suppression Division police unit prepare to conduct a raid in Bangkok late last month. Known to tourists as laid-back and welcoming, Thailand is awash with firearms, and disputes are all too frequently settled with a bullet and a body. AFP
    Gun murder rate in Thailand on a par with United States

    KOH SAMUI, THAILAND – Rungrat Rungsuwan was manning her small shop selling trinkets on a main tourist drag on the Thai resort island of Koh Samui when she heard a series of loud bangs. “At first I thought they were firecrackers,” she said, as tourists in flip-flops and singlets filed past her storefront in the

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  • A General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper stands on the runway during "Black Dart", a live-fly, live fire demonstration of 55 unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones. Reuters file photo
    Thai air force beefs up its unmanned vehicle units

    BANGKOK — The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) plans to create two squadrons of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), the first of their kind in Thailand, pending budget approval. Air Force Commander Air Chief Marshal Tritos Sonchaeng said the squadrons will be based at Wing 4 in Nakhon Sawan, which is currently made up of four

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  • Passenger killed by Bus Driver, Thailand

    The driver of a Bangkok shuttle bus who shot dead an Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) technician last Friday turned himself in to police on Tuesday and confessed the killing was motivated by deep-seated resentment of repeated criticism of his driving. Sathit Jumthong, 40, the bus driver, surrendered to Pol Col Luesak Damnoensawat, chief of

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