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Thai PBS World

  • Water experts’ meeting endorses BMA’s urgent water drainage system for eastern Bangkok
  • Police chief confirms no traces of drug found in gunman
  • Malaysia announces tighter 2023 budget as it warns of slowing growth
  • It takes some courage
  • Thailand has the highest number of privately owned guns in ASEAN
  • Thai society should rethink gun ownership and drug abuse after mass murders
  • Thai flags to be flown at half-mast at all state agencies on Friday
  • Police chief confirms assailant had history of drug use
  • Their Majesties offer condolences to shooting victims
  • UNICEF condemns mass shooting in Thailand’s Nong Bua Lam Phu province
  • Thai PBS World Daily – Your news roundup of the day (6th October 2022)
  • Four killed, 72,000 households in 30 provinces affected by floods since September 28th
  • Gunman who massacres 35 people in Nong Bua Lam Phu kills himself
  • Retired teacher detained for allegedly procuring underage girls for prostitution
  • Ratsadon protest group calls for House dissolution

Thai News Agency

  • HM King, Queen to Visit Massacre Victims
  • Rising Chao Phraya River Expected from Oct 8
  • Police Gun Control to Be Tightened after Massacre
  • Quick Autopsy of Massacre Victims, Mental Aid for Families
  • Royal Assistance Offered to Massacre Victims
  • Thai Flags Lowered to Half Mast as Thailand Mourns Nursery Victims
  • 32 People Killed in Mass Shooting at Child Daycare Center
  • Covid-19 Vaccination for Very Young Children to Start Next Week
  • Maha Sarakham Municipality Hit by Flood
  • NBTC Asks Nationwide Radio Stations to Help Communicate Disaster Warnings
  • Flood Concern in Northeast due to Overflowing Reservoirs
  • Bangkok Ready to Handle Water from North, High Tides with Concern
  • DPM Anutin to Discuss Railway Connection in Vientiane

 

Bangkok Post

  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning preschool massacre
  • Prayut hails closer economic ties with Italy
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no interruption to supply
  • Three massacre survivors released from hospital, seven remain
  • Schools mourn Nong Bua Lam Phu massacre victims
  • Wat Choeng Tha, location for TV soap 'Love Destiny', flooded
  • Their Majesties to visit massacre victims
  • Families mourn preschool massacre victims
  • Varawut touted as PM pick
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
  • BMA ups battle to avert river spill
  • Pfizer tot shots start Oct 12
  • Ratsadon calls for early polls
  • British exec nabbed over foreign scam
  • Level 2 warning in Ayutthaya

 

  • World leaders join Thailand in mourning preschool massacre
  • HM King, Queen to Visit Massacre Victims
  • Prayut hails closer economic ties with Italy
  • PHUKET XTRA: VIDEO: Thailand mourns after ex-cop’s heinous attack at a childcare centre || October 7
  • Water experts’ meeting endorses BMA’s urgent water drainage system for eastern Bangkok
  • Marine park chiefs told to get ready for high season
  • Fire at Chana power plant, no interruption to supply
  • Police chief confirms no traces of drug found in gunman
  • Rising Chao Phraya River Expected from Oct 8
  • Police Gun Control to Be Tightened after Massacre
  • Malaysia announces tighter 2023 budget as it warns of slowing growth
  • Three massacre survivors released from hospital, seven remain
  • Vachira announces walk-in vaccination schedule for October
  • It takes some courage
  • Schools mourn Nong Bua Lam Phu massacre victims