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  1. Hello, The 5th annual 7 a side Hua Hin World Cup is taking place at True Arena in Hua Hin on the 9th/10th December from approximately 9am to 2pm on both days. Teams confirmed include England, Sweden, France, Spain, Thailand, Finland, Denmark, Scotland and one more we are trying to get specific kits for! The event is a family centered tournament with fair play and respect at the centre of everything. If you'd like to play or even enter a team there is still time left - We have almost full squads but could do with a few extra players to make up the numbers. Our main sponsors this year include Ace Bar and Bistro Hua Hin, Red Mountain Hua Hin, Smart Digital Thailand, Surf FM 102 (Hua Hin) and Hua Hin City FC and Panama Bar. It really it is a good event and the Management Team of the Hua Hin World Cup 2017 would welcome any players, an extra team and of course the lifeblood of any Football tournament the spectators. This is a non profit, charity centered event and we'd love to see you there in ANY capacity. If you'd like to be a sponsor for the event please let us know Hope to see you there! Game on Hua Hin World Cup 2017 Management Team [email protected]
  2. Thaivisa and Adblockers

    Thaivisa and Adblockers Running any business costs money and needs a revenue stream in order to operate, without this money the business will close. Thaivisa is no exception to this rule and costs money to operate. Our primary revenue stream is from banner revenue, without this we cannot afford to provide you with the service you want. It is no different from a cafe expecting you to pay for a cup of tea, in fact you would not even think about using a service or shop anywhere else without paying, in our case the banner advertisers pay for you - so it's an even better outcome for you! Anyone that uses an adblocker deprives a business of revenue that they need in order to operate. As such with immediate effect we will be implementing a count down for users with adblocker, meaning they will have to wait 10 seconds before reading the content they want to read. If you do use an adblocker, we would recommend you turn off your adblocker in order for normal service to be resumed. You may also select Thaivisa as an exception to your adblocker. Help us run a business you can count on, everyday 24 hours a day by allowing us to operate commercially, turn off your adblocker. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. Thaivisa management
  3. British man, 80, missing in Phuket The Phuket News Any persons who believe they have seen Mr Russell are urged to call the family urgently at 061-1735550. PHUKET: The family of 80-year-old British national Christopher John Russell are appealing for any information that may lead to his safe return to their home in Cherng Talay. Mr Russell was last seen exiting a taxi at the Tesco store near Surin Beach on Wednesday (Nov 15). He was wearing a T-shirt and brown/khaki trousers and carrying a suitcase and a rucksack. Mr Russell arrived in Phuket on holiday to visit family members on Nov 9. He had just returned from a trip to Cambodia. Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/british-man-80-missing-in-phuket-64738.php -- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-11-17
  4. France to change law after man cleared of raping 11-year-old in because 'relationship was consensual' Equalities minister Marlene Schiappa says France needs a minimum age under which a child cannot consent to sexual activity like other European countries Caroline Mortimer France is poised to change its statutory rape laws after a man was acquitted of raping an 11-year-old after the prosecution was unable to prove it was not consensual. Under French law, having sex with someone aged 15 or under is illegal but prosecutors have to prove it is non-consensual as there is no legal minimum age below which it is presumed in law that a child cannot consent. But now equalities minister Marlene Schiappa wants a legal minimum age set at between 13 and 15-years-old. Full story: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/france-man-rape-11-year-old-consensual-relationship-cleared-law-change-marlene-schiappa-a8052766.html -- INDEPENDENT 2017-11-15
  5. A British woman and her Canadian friend have died while backpacking in Cambodia. Natalie Jade Seymour, 22, and 27-year-old Abbey Gail Amisola were reportedly found unresponsive in their bedroom in Monkey Republic guesthouse, Kampot, early on Tuesday. They may have died after taking over-the-counter medicine to treat an illness, according to a post on a local tourism website. A photo of Ms Seymour’s passport posted on Cambodia Expats Online reveals she was born in Stotfold, Bedfordshire. Ms Amisola is believed to be from Winnipeg in the Canadian province of Manitoba. read more https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/british-woman-and-canadian-friend-found-dead-while-backpacking-in-cambodia-a3690831.html
  6. Brothers who fired guns in a Bangkok market let go as no harm done Picture: Daily News Two market bosses were let go by police are firing their weapons into the air in a dispute at a Bangkok market. The Lat Prao cops decided that no one was hurt and the guns were legally owned so they let the shooters go home. The incident was caught on video and was widely viewed on social media, reported Daily News. Weera Soireuang, 31, had gone to collect a 100 baht market stall fee from a female "Thot Man" (fried fish cake) seller. But an argument broke out that led to a fist fight with the husband of the trader. Weera couldn't compete so he went to fetch a gun and his elder brother Somporn came back with a weapon too. Each brother fired one shot in the air. The incident happened at the Media Market in Lat Prao Soi 101 yesterday evening. Police arrested both brothers and their Canik 55 9mm and Smith and Wesson .38 guns. They were charged with having weapons and ammunition in a public place and discharging the guns without due cause. The guns were found to be licensed and legally owned. The men were released as police said the scuffle was minor and no one had been hurt. Source: Daily News -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2017-11-15
  7. Australians decisively support same-sex marriage Australians have voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in a historic non-binding poll. The vote showed 61.6% of people favour allowing same-sex couples to wed, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said. More than 12.7 million people - about 79.5% of eligible voters - took part in the eight-week postal survey. Full story: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-41992344 -- © Copyright BBC 2017-11-15
  8. Gunman kills four in Northern California shooting spree (Reuters) - A gunman carrying a semi-automatic weapon and two handguns opened fire at multiple locations across a small Northern California community on Tuesday, killing four people before he was slain by police. At least 10 other people were wounded, including two children at an elementary school near the small town of Corning, about 100 miles north of Sacramento, where the suspect was slain, according to police and local media. "Deeply saddened to hear of the shooting in Northern California, the loss of life, including innocent children," Vice President Mike Pence said on Twitter. "We commend the effort of courageous law enforcement. We'll continue to monitor the situation & provide federal support, as we pray for comfort & healing for all impacted." Shots were fired at Rancho Tehama Elementary school and some people were injured there but no students or staff members died, Corning Union Elementary School District administrative assistant Jeanine Quist told Reuters. Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said at a press conference that the shooter, who was not identified by law enforcement, had been armed with a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns . Johnston did not give a motive for the shooting rampage. The local Redding Record Searchlight newspaper reported that it began when the gunman opened fire at a home and some six other locations shortly after 8 a.m. Pacific Time (11 a.m. ET). A parent, Coy Ferreira, said he was dropping off his daughter at the elementary school when he heard gunfire. "One of the teachers came running out of the building and told us to all run inside because there was a shooter coming," Ferreira told Redding, California, television station KRCR. "So we all hurried up and ran and told the students to get in the classrooms." Ferreira said he heard gunfire for over 20 minutes and that a student in the room was struck. Area resident Brian Flint told local media his neighbour was the shooter and had stolen his truck. Enloe Medical Center in Chico, some 40 miles southeast of the school, received five patients, three of whom were treated and released, hospital spokeswoman Natali Munoz-Moore said. She provided no details on their conditions. St. Elizabeth Community Hospital in the community of Red Bluff received two patients, including one who was stabilized and transferred to another facility, spokeswoman Amanda Harter said. Mercy Medical Center in Redding received three patients, including one who also was transferred elsewhere, Harter said. (Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles and Peter Szekely and Daniel Wallis in New York; writing by Dan Whitcomb; editing by Frances Kerry and Phil Berlowitz) -- © Copyright Reuters 2017-11-15
  9. Choice Group Asia Media Group will be hosting a special party on the evening of Thursday 23rd November to celebrate our continued commitment and efforts to build the appropriate media platforms for business throughout Thailand wanting to connect with expats and tourists. On the 23rd November their 'A New Era in Media' party will be held at the Hotel Baraquda on second road Pattaya and start from 630pm until late. There will be lots going on from live music, dance shows, free drinks and tapas to goody bags and prizes given away during the evening. The event is open to anyone in business in Pattaya and is strictly by invite only. If you would like to attend please email [email protected] your name and business and we ll add you to the guest list, the invite is a '+1'
  10. Updates regarding temporary closure of businesses and attractions on 26 October The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the following updates as the entire nation prepares to pay a final tribute to the beloved late King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the Royal Cremation Ceremony Day, on 26 October. Temporary closure of businesses and attractions: All banks will be closed on 26 October. The Thai Red Cross Society will be closed on 26 October. The Stock Exchange of Thailand will be closed on 26 October. Thailand Post will be closed on 26 October. Thai Film Archive will be closed on 26 October. All Tesco Lotus outlets nationwide will be closed for half a day, from 14.00 Hrs. on 26 October. All Major Cineplex Group’s cinemas nationwide will be closed on 26 October. All 7-Eleven convenience stores will close from 14.30 Hrs. to midnight (24.00 Hrs.) on 26 October. All True Shop stores, except its airport branches, will also close from 14.30 Hrs. on 26 October. All wholesaler Makro outlets will be closed from 15.00 Hrs. on 26 October. All Big C outlets will close from 15.00 Hrs. on 26 October. The 24-hour Mini Big C outlets will close from 15.00 – 24.00 Hrs. All Central Plaza and Central Festival as well as The Mall shopping malls will be closed on 26 October. CentralWorld and Central Plaza Rama II will open as usual. Isetan Bangkok shopping mall will be closed on 26 October. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre will be closed on 26 October. Siam Niramit in Bangkok and Phuket will be closed on 26 October. Dream World, Safari World, Siam Park and Dinosaur Planet in Bangkok will be closed on 26 October. In Chonburi, Burapha University’s Eastern Center of Art and Culture; Alcazar Carbaret, Tiffany’s and KAAN Shows; Tuxedo Illusion Hall; Space Inspirium; Flight of the Gibbon; and Lazgam will be closed on 26 October. (Updated on 21 October, 2017): The following businesses and attractions will also be closed temporarily: Palio Khao Yai, to close from 14.00 Hrs.; Madame Tussauds Museum Bangkokm will close early with the last entry at Last entry at 16.00; Vana Nava Hua Hin waterpark will close from 24 to 26 October; Jim Thompson outlets will close on 26 October, except its retail stores in Suvarnabhumi Airport and at King Power Downtown Complexes in Bangkok and Phuket. The above businesses and attractions will reopen on 27 October. Source: https://www.tatnews.org/updates-regarding-temporary-closure-businesses-attractions-26-october/ -- Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) 2017-10-24
  11. Latest list of foreign guests to attend the Royal Cremation Photo by Rachanon Intharagsa The latest list of foreign dignitaries to attend the Royal Cremation of HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej scheduled for Thursday. 1. Lesotho : Their Majesties King Letsie III and Queen Masenate Mohato Seeiso 2. Bhutan : Their Majesties King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Ashi Jetsun Pema Wangchuck) 3. Tonga : Their Majesties King Tupou VI and Queen Nanasipau’u 4. Myanmar : President U Htin Kyaw and his wife; Su Su Lwin 5. Laos : President Bounnhang Vorachith and wife Khammueng Vorachith 6. Singapore : President Madam Halimah Yacob and husband Mohamed Abdullah Alhabsee 7. Sweden : HM Queen Silvia 8. Netherlands : HM Queen Maxima 9. Belgium : HM Queen Mathilde 10. Spain : HM Queen Sofia 11. Australia : General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove and Lady Cosgrove 12. Canada : The Right Honourable Madame Julie Payette 13. Indonesia : Former president Megawati Soekarnoputri 14. Swiss Confederation : Former Joseph Deiss 15. Germany : Former president Christian Wulff 16. Bahrain : Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa 17. Denmark : HRH Crown Prince Frederik 18. Norway : HRH Crown Prince Haakon Magnus 19. Luxembourg : Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume Jean Joseph Marie 20. Malaysia : HRH the Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah Al-Maghfur-Lah and HRH Tuanku Zara Salim the Raja Permaisuri of Perak Darul Ridzuan 21. United Kingdom : HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York 22. Japan : HIH Prince Akishino and HIH Princess Akishino 23. Qatar : HH Prince Thani bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani 24. Liechtenstein : HRH Princess Margaretha 25. Vietnam : Deputy President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh 26. Cambodia : Prime Minister Hun Sen 27. Swaziland : Prime Minister Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini 28. New Zealand : Former prime minister James Bolger 29. France : Former prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and wife Brigitte Ayrault 30. China : Vice prime minister H.E. Mr. Zhang Gaoli 31. Turkey : Deputy Prime Minister Fikri Işik 32. Korea : Vice National Assembly Speaker Park Joosun 33. Russia : Deputy chairperson of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Olga Epifanova 34. Brunei : PM’s Office Minister, Second Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Pehin Dato Lim Jock Seng 35. United States of America : Secretary of Defence James Mattis 36. Philippines : Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter S. Cayetano and wife Maria Laarni Cayetano 37. Sri Lanka : Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana and wife Stella Marapana 38. Nepal : Defence Minister Bhimsen Das Pradhan and wife Bidya Banmali Pradhan 39 : Pakistan : Power Minister Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari 40. Bangladesh : Foreign Minister Mohammed Sahriar Alam 41. India : Deputy Foreign Minister M J Akbar 42. The Holy See : Apostolic Nuncio to India and Nepal Archbishop Giambattista Diquattro Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30330011 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-10-24
  12. Royal ceremonies to be shown live at Suvarnabhumi By The Nation photo from www.suvarnabhumiairport.com Suvarnabhumi Airport will use large screens to display live broadcasts of the Royal Cremation ceremonies for His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej this week. The Royal Cremation ceremony will take place from October 25-29 and will be televised live by the Thailand Television Pool. Suvarnabhumi Airport’s website said its screens would show the broadcast to allow passengers to witness this memorable and significant event in the lives of all Thais. It would also be an opportunity to show the ancient traditions of the Royal Cremation to foreign visitors. The screens will be located in the departure hall at gates number 2, 3, 5, 7 and 8 as well as on televisions in every gate holding area. A big screen behind Row D of the check-in counter will also display the ceremony. Screens will also be placed in the arrival hall on the second floor at Exit A and at the passenger waiting area at gate 10. A screen will also be provided at gate 8 on the ground floor, where free shuttle buses will transport passengers to and from the airport to nearby ceremonial venues during the ceremonies. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30329929 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-10-23
  13. Things to know & services guide for Royal Cremation Ceremonies Photo by Chalinee Thirasupa The Nation Online has compiled the things we need to know as the country is moving closer to the Royal Cremation of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej on October 26. Business to close on October 26 Central Group Department stores and shopping malls will close at 3pm on October 26, but Central World and Central Plaza’s Rama II branch will remain open. Service to resume on the following day. The Mall Group Its shopping centres in Ramkamhaeng, Tha Phra, Ngamwongwan, Bangkae, Bangkapi and Nakhon Ratchasima to close at 3pm on October 26. The Emporium, The Emquartier and Siam Paragon will remain open. Mega Bangna will close at 3pm on October 26 and resume the service on the following day. Tesco Lotus hypermarkets and Tesco Lotus Express will close on October 26 at 2pm. Both will resume service the following day, with the latter at 6am. CP CP Fresh Mart stores will close at 2pm. True Shop stores, except for outlets at airports, will close at 3pm. The group’s 7-Eleven convenience stores throughout the Kingdom will be closed from 2.30pm until midnight. Makro cash-and-carry wholesale stores will close at 3pm and reopen on October 27. Major Cineplex Group Its cinemas will close on October 26 and screenings will resume the following day. Siam Park City It will close on October 26 and resume the following day. Index Living Mall will close all 28 branches of the home centres and two branches of Index Furniture Centre on October 26. Isetan Department Store will close the whole day while Robinson is scheduled to close at 3pm. Impact Exhibition Management Impact Muang Thong Thani centre will provide free bus service in cooperation with BMTA from October 23 to 31. Tourist attractions and activities: The Grand Palace and The Temple of the Emerald Buddha will be closed to the public from until October 29 and re-open on October 30. Buses and transportation: 1. Five locations where BMTA will take mourners to closet locations to Sanam Luang 1,1 Aroon Amarin Intersection: Buses 42, 68, 80, 91, 203, 516 and 556. Shuttle buses then will leave from the new Southern Bus Terminal, Central West Gate, Central Salaya and Buddha Mondhon 4 road. 1,2 Merry King (Wang Burapha) Intersection : Buses 1, 25, 47, 53, 82 and 508. Shuttle buses will leave from Ekkamai Bus Terminal, Hua Lamphong, Wong Wien Yai and Central Rama 2. 1,3 Wisutthi Kasat Intersection: Buses 3, 12, 32, 79 and 509. Shuttle buses will leave from Morchit Bus Terminal and Nang Lerng Royal Turf Club. 1.4 Nang Lerng Royal Turf Club: Buses 2, 59, 60, 70, and 503. Shuttle buses will leave from Future Park Rangsit, Don Mueang, Mueang Thong Thani, Police Club, Government Complex in Chaeng Wattana and Victory Monument. 1.5 Ban Manang Khasila: Buses 5 and 511. Shuttle buses will leave from Suvarnabhumi Airport, Mega Bang Na-IKEA, BITEC, and Airport Rail Link’s Makkasan station. Those wishing to ride the free shuttle buses need to provide identification cards and be dressed in mourning clothes. 2. Advanced Info Service has arranged for more than 300 motorcycles for free transport to bring mourners to Sanam Luang from 5am to 8pm. 3. The BTS skytrain and MRT subway will be free all day on October 26. For skytrain, free rides will be available on October 25 and 27 only on the extensions from On Nut to Samrong, and Wongwian Yai to Bang Wa. 4. Free rides on the Airport Rail Link will be available from October 25-27. The free service on October 26 will be until 2pm of the following day. 5. The BRT bus service from Sathon to Ratchapreuk stations will be free from October 25-27. 6. The MRT Blue Line and Purple Line will offer free rides on October 26 and extend the service until 2am of the following day. For October 25 and 27, only the MRT Purple Line will be free. 7. The Chao Phraya Express boats and Saen Saeb canal boats will be free on October 26. 8. There will be free shuttle boat services from 9am to 4pm on October 25 and 26, and on October 27 from 10am to 3pm. The boat service will go from the Commerce Ministry pier, the Nonthaburi pier and the Rama VIII Bridge pier, and from Sathorn pier and Tha Pimarn pier. 9. Mega Bangna’s shuttle bus to and from Udomsuk BTS will keep running and free parking for the public will be available from 6am on October 26 until 3am. Free buses to Sanam Luang are available from the Mega Terminal (nearby Big C Extra), from October 23-31 from 6am to midnight. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30329523 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-10-18
  14. Schedule for Royal Cremation of HM the late King By The Nation The Royal Cremation for His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is scheduled for October 25-29 as follows: October 25 5.30pm: A royal merit-making ceremony is held at Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall in the Grand Palace, in preparation for moving the Royal Urn to the Royal Crematorium at the Sanam Luang ceremonial ground. October 26 7:00am: The Royal Urn is moved from Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall to the Royal Crematorium. 5.30pm: The symbolic royal cremation takes place at the Royal Crematorium. 10:00pm: The actual royal cremation. 6pm - 6am [of October 27]: Festivities to pay a final tribute and farewell to HM the late King and to signal the ending of the official mourning period include public performances, such as the khon masked drama, puppet shows, and orchestras. October 27 8:00am: The collection of the Royal Relics and Royal Ashes takes place at the Royal Crematorium. Then the Royal Reliquary Urn containing the Royal Relics is transferred to Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall, while the Royal Ashes in the cone-shaped container is transferred to Phra Sri Rattana Chedi in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. October 28 5.30pm: A royal merit-making ceremony for the Royal Relics at Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall. October 29 10.30am: The Royal Relics is transferred from Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall to be enshrined in the Heavenly Abode in Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall within the Grand Palace. 5.30pm: The Royal Ashes are transferred from Phra Sri Rattana Chedi in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha to be enshrined at two temples – Wat Rajabopidh and Wat Bovoranives. People in Thailand and other parts of the world can view the Royal Cremation Ceremony through extensive coverage on television and online, broadcast live in both Thai and English. They may also listen to a live radio broadcast, as well. After the Royal Cremation Ceremony, an exhibition will be held for 30 days, from November 1 to 30 at Sanam Luang, where people will be able to view the Royal Crematorium and supplementary structures and learn more about arts and culture regarding this ancient ceremony. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30329730 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-10-20
  15. Atsede Nigussie was so healthy before this bad incident happened. She is only 26 years old, mother of a 5 years old boy and married to her husband for over 5 years. She used to live together with her family in Ethiopia where her husband used to attack her violently, both physically and emotionally. Then he decided to go to Yemen to work illegally and stayed there for four months. Meanwhile, all of the house responsibilities were left to Atsede. She had to support her kid and her HIV positive mother by her own. One day, some of her neighbors told her that her husband was back from Yemen but he never contacted her nor visiting them at home. A night, it was around 11 pm when she was on her way back home. After entering her home, she tried to close the door but noticed that somebody was trying to open it back. When she opened the door again, she found her husband standing there which one immediately spilled some acid all over her face and body...Read More You can donate and support Atsede here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/victim-of-acid-needs-help
  16. A+ Blood needed in Chiang Mai Urgently Mr. Josef Emil Stutz at Chiang Mai Ram Hospital HP No 639693 ICU needs urgently Blood Group "A RH + " Anybody who has this blood type please go to the Chiang Mai Red Cross at Rachapkinai road (behind Yuparat school) and mention above info of Mr, Stutz Received via LINE from Swiss Honorary Consul in Chiang Mai just now
  17. Saudi king decrees women be allowed to drive By Stephen Kalin and Yara Bayoumy Saudi women wait for a car to arrive in Riyadh in this June 9, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim/Files RIYADH/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Saudi King Salman on Tuesday ordered that women be allowed to drive cars, ending a conservative tradition seen by rights activists as an emblem of the Islamic kingdom's repression of women. The kingdom, the birthplace of Islam, has been widely criticised for being the only country in the world that bans women from driving, despite gradual improvement on some women's issues in recent years and ambitious government targets to increase their public role, especially in the workforce. Despite trying to cultivate a more modern image in recent years, the driving ban had been a longstanding stain on Saudi Arabia's international image. The royal decree ordered the formation of a ministerial body to give advice within 30 days and then implement the order by June 24, 2018, according to state news agency SPA. It stipulated that the move must "apply and adhere to the necessary Sharia standards", referring to Islamic law. It gave no details but said a majority of the Council of Senior Religious Scholars, Saudi Arabia's top clerical body, had approved its permissibility. An hour after the official announcement in Saudi Arabia, a jubilant Saudi ambassador to Washington, Prince Khaled bin Salman, said it was "an historic and big day in our kingdom". "I think our leadership understands that our society is ready. I think it's the right decision at the right time," the ambassador said. Positive reactions quickly poured in from inside the kingdom and around the world, with the U.S. State Department welcoming the move as "a great step in the right direction". For more than 25 years, women activists have campaigned to be allowed to drive, defiantly taking to the road, petitioning the king and posting videos of themselves behind the wheel on social media. The protests brought them arrest and harassment. Activist Manal al-Sherif, who was arrested in 2011 after a driving protest, took to Twitter following the king's announcement to express her relief. "Today, the last country on earth to allow women to drive... we did it", she wrote. Latifa al-Shaalan, a member of the Shura Council, an advisory body, said the decision would strengthen women's employment in the private sector. "This is an historic day and I cannot find the words to express my feelings and the feelings of thousands of Saudi women," she said on Arabiya TV. CONSERVATIVE PUSHBACK In Saudi Arabia, a top Arab ally of the United States, women are legally subject to a male guardian, who must give approval to basic decisions they make in fields including education, employment, marriage, travel plans and even medical treatment. Women in the kingdom are also bound by law to wear long robes and a headscarf and require the consent of a male guardian for most legal actions. Prince Khaled, the ambassador, said women would not need permission from their guardians to get a license or have a guardian in the car and would be allowed to drive anywhere in the kingdom, including the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina. Women with a license from any of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries would be allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia, he added. He said the Interior Ministry would have to decide whether they could be professional drivers. "In terms of international PR, this is the biggest overnight win that Saudi Arabia - and particularly MBS - could possibly have," said Jane Kinninmont, senior research fellow at Chatham House. The position of Saudi women gradually improved under late King Abdullah and since King Salman took over in 2015, the kingdom has been opening more areas for women through the government's modernising reforms. That has sparked tensions with influential clerics upon whose support the ruling family relies. Some reactions to Tuesday's announcement reflected that. Critics took to Twitter to denounce the decision, accusing the government of "bending the verses of Sharia". "As far as I remember, Sharia scholars have said it was haram (forbidden) for women to drive. How come it has suddenly become halal (permissible)?" another user wrote. Asked whether he was worried about a conservative backlash, the ambassador said: "On these changes some people will be in the drivers' seat... some people will be in the back seat, but we're all going to move forward." He added: "It's not women must drive, it's women can drive. So if any women do not want to drive in Saudi Arabia, that's her choice." Some leading members of the country’s powerful and austere Sunni Muslim clergy have argued against women being allowed to drive, which they say could lead to them mingling with unrelated men, thereby breaching strict gender segregation rules. The decision could also have broad economic impacts, making it possible for women to get to work without a driver but also curbing the popularity of car hailing apps like Uber and Careem. Prince Khaled, a son of the king, said the decision was as much about economic reform as social change. His older brother, 32-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed, has become the face of reform in the kingdom in the past few years. Many younger Saudis regard his ascent as evidence that their generation is taking a central place in running a country whose patriarchal traditions have for decades made power the province of the old and blocked women’s progress. "Oh my God, this is amazing. Ever since Mohammed bin Salman's rise, he has fast-tracked all the changes that are needed for our country," said Marwa Afandi, a 35-year-old event planner in the Red Sea city of Jeddah. "Congratulations to all my ladies, this is a real victory." (Additional reporting by Celine Aswad, Reem Shamseddine, Katie Paul, Ali Abdelatty, Yara Bayoumy, Arshad Mohammed and Reuters TV; Editing by Jeremy Gaunt and Dan Grebler) -- © Copyright Reuters 2017-09-27
  18. Thailand travel advisory on the Royal Cremation for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Royal Thai Government has announced that the Royal Cremation for the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is scheduled for 25-29 October, 2017. Thursday, 26 October, will be the royal cremation day, and it has been declared a public holiday by the Cabinet to allow the people to take part in paying a final tribute to the late King. During the process of the Royal Cremation which will last five days, tourist attractions across Thailand will be open as usual. This is with the exception of Bangkok’s Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which will be closed from 1-29 October, 2017, as they will be the venue of the Royal Cremation. All transport, banks, shopping areas, hospitals and other public services will be operating as usual. However, the Tourism Authority of Thailand would like to recommend that any visitors with travel or tourism plans reconfirm with agents and check local media regularly as well as follow the advice of the local authorities for announcements and updates. They should also be aware that in some areas transportation could be affected. We also ask tourists and visitors for their understanding and patience should they experience delays or some routes may be closed to traffic. In this time of great sadness and mourning, we would like to ask that everyone uses their judgment regarding how or should they make arrangements for events planned in Thailand. Also, we would like to ask visitors for their understanding that this is a sensitive time for Thailand, and they should respect the feelings and sensitivities of the Thai people. Many Thai people will be wearing black clothes as a sign of mourning. This is not required of visitors but if possible, they should wear respectful clothing when in public. We also would like to request that the solemnity of the Royal Cremationis observed, and visitors should refrain from conducting any inappropriate or disrespectful behaviour. The world is welcome to Thailand during this historic period. Visitors to the kingdom at this time will get to see the great love and reverence that the Thai people have for their beloved King in the way they mourn and pay their respects. And during this time, Thailand is thankful for our friends coming to share their sadness and pass on their condolences. This gesture of empathy and friendship will be remembered by the people of Thailand for decades to come. For more details on the Royal Cremation, please visit: http://www.kingrama9.net/EN Source: Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)
  19. If threatened, U.S. will 'totally destroy' North Korea, Trump vows By Steve Holland and Jeff Mason U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the 72nd United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, U.S., September 19, 2017. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump escalated his standoff with North Korea over its nuclear challenge on Tuesday, threatening to "totally destroy" the country of 26 million people and mocking its leader, Kim Jong Un, as a "rocket man." In a hard-edged speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Trump offered a grim portrait of a world in peril, adopted a more confrontational approach to solving global challenges from Iran to Venezuela, and gave an unabashed defense of U.S. sovereignty. "The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea," Trump told the 193-member world body, sticking closely to a script. (http://live.reuters.com/Event/Live_US_Politics/1092226107) As loud, startled murmurs filled the hall, Trump described Kim in an acid tone, saying, "Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime." His remarks rattled world leaders gathered in the green-marbled U.N. General Assembly hall, where minutes earlier U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appealed for statesmanship, saying: "We must not sleepwalk our way into war." Trump's most direct military threat to attack North Korea, in his debut appearance at the General Assembly, was his latest expression of concern about Pyongyang's repeated launching of ballistic missiles over Japan and underground nuclear tests. His advisers say he is concerned about North Korea's advances in missile technology and the few means available for a peaceful response without China's help. Inside the hall, one man in the audience covered his face with his hands shortly after Trump made his "totally destroy" comment. Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom crossed her arms. "It was the wrong speech, at the wrong time, to the wrong audience," Wallstrom later told the BBC. Trump did not back down, instead later tweeting out the line in his speech vowing to destroy North Korea if needed. A junior North Korean diplomat sat in the delegation's front-row seat for Trump's speech, the North Korean U.N. mission said. The mission did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would do everything in her power to ensure a diplomatic solution. “Anything else would lead to disaster," she said. CABINET CONTRAST Trump's saber-rattling rhetoric, with the bare-knuckled style he used to win election last November, was in contrast to the comments of some of his own Cabinet members who have stated a preference for a diplomatic solution. Defense Secretary James Mattis, who earlier this month raised the prospect of a "massive military response" if needed, on Tuesday told Pentagon reporters that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was working to resolve the crisis diplomatically. Reaction around the United States was mixed. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, tweeted that Trump, a fellow Republican, "gave a strong and needed challenge" to U.N. members to confront global challenges. But Democrat Ed Markey of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee denounced Trump's remarks, telling CNN the president had yet to exhaust his other options in encouraging Pyongyang to negotiate. In a thunderous 41-minute speech, Trump took aim at Iran's nuclear ambitions and regional influence, Venezuela's collapsing democracy and the threat of Islamist extremists. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ "Major portions of the world are in conflict and some in fact are going to hell," he said. His speech recalled the fiery nationalist language of his Jan. 20 inaugural address when he pledged to end what he called an “American carnage” of rusted factories and crime. 'HOSTILE' BEHAVIOR His strongest words were directed at North Korea. He urged U.N. member states to work together to isolate the Kim government until it ceases its "hostile" behavior. In an apparent veiled prod at China, the North's major trading partner, Trump said: "It is an outrage that some nations would not only trade with such a regime but would arm, supply and financially support a country that imperils the world with nuclear conflict." The U.N. Security Council has unanimously imposed nine rounds of sanctions on North Korea since 2006 and Guterres appealed for that 15-member body to maintain its unity. Turning to Iran, Trump called the 2015 nuclear deal negotiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama, an embarrassment and hinted that he may not recertify the agreement when it comes up for a mid-October deadline. "We cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear program," he said. He said the Iranian government "masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of a democracy." Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted a withering response: "Trump's ignorant hate speech belongs in medieval times - not the 21st Century UN - unworthy of a reply. Fake empathy for Iranians fools no one." French President Emmanuel Macron, in his U.N. speech, said his country would not close the door to negotiations over North Korea and staunchly defended the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. “Renouncing it would be a grave error," Macron said. Trump called the collapsing situation in Venezuela "completely unacceptable" and warned the United States was considering what further actions it can take. "We cannot stand by and watch," he said. Venezuela rejected Trump's threats and said it was prepared to resist any U.S. actions, even a military invasion. At what was billed as an “anti-imperialist” rally in Caracas, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro described Trump as “the new Hitler of international politics.” “The magnate thinks he is the owner of the world, but no one threatens Venezuela,” he said. Financial markets reacted little to Trump's speech, with most major assets hovering near the unchanged mark on the day. "He stuck with his script," said Lennon Sweeting, chief market strategist at XE.com in Toronto. "The dollar/yen jumped around a bit but it’s basically flat. I don’t think we will see any more volatility out of this." (Additional reporting by Michelle Nichols, Arshad Mohammed, John Irish, Parisa Hafezi, David Brunnstrom, Anthony Boadle and Yara Bayoumy at the UNITED NATIONS, Richard Leong in NEW YORK, Dan Williams in JERUSALEM and Diego Oré in CARACAS; Writing by Steve Holland; Editing by Howard Goller) -- © Copyright Reuters 2017-09-20
  20. Rabies outbreak in downtown Hua Hin - authorities cordon off area Picture: Daily News HUA HIN: -- The deadly disease rabies has hit downtown Hua Hin. Local officials rushed to cordon off the infected area after ten people were bitten. A black dog was taken in and after its brain was examined vets confirmed it had rabies. Now everyone has been urged to get their dogs and cats vaccinated as health officials scurry to protect the public. Busaba Choksuchart of the local council said that the authorities became concerned after ten people were bitten in the same area. The area is in the Samor Rian community of Soi Phrae Phan behind Wat Hua Hin and in the market area of Chomsin Road. Earlier a stray male black dog had been taken in for examination. When it died its brain was cut open to reveal the deadly disease had killed it. Worried officials rushed to the concerned area with pictures of the dead dog and discovered it had been roaming all over the area. Most of the people bitten had already been vaccinated. But one old woman who had been scratched on the face was immediately taken to Hua Hin hospital. Busaba urged dog and cat owners to have their pets vaccinated for free, reported Daily News. Source: Daily News -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2017-08-08
  21. Nigerian denies shooting Russian woman in Phuket break-in Eakkapop Thongtub James Chukwunweike Chijioke, 27, into custody at a house in Soi Jailek-Samakkee 2 in the Saiyuan area of Rawai at about 10pm last night (Aug 31). Photo: Ord Turbo / Facebook PHUKET: -- Police have brought in a Nigerian man for questioning over the shooting of Russian expat Elena Kharenko, 52, at her home in Rawai early Wednesday morning (Aug 30). Officers took Nigerian national James Chukwunweike Chijioke, 27, into custody at a house in Soi Jailek-Samakkee 2 in the Saiyuan area of Rawai at about 10pm last night (Aug 31). In the house officers found a collection of items later identified as stolen from another house in Rawai on July 26. Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/nigerian-denies-shooting-russian-woman-in-phuket-break-in-63696.php -- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-09-01
  22. UK police broke law in case of British backpackers murdered in Thailand Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were murdered on the island of Koh Tao in September 2014. Photograph: PA /The Guardian National Crime Agency breached rules by passing information to Thai police that led to death sentences, high court rules LONDON: -- The National Crime Agency in the UK has been forced to admit it acted unlawfully when it gave information to Thai police that helped send two men to death row for murdering two British backpackers. The NCA supplied phone record evidence and intelligence to investigators in Thailand following the September 2014 murders of Hannah Witheridge, 23, and David Miller, 24, on the island of Koh Tao. Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo, both Burmese nationals, were convicted of the murders in 2015 after a trial which the anti-death penalty group Reprieve said was unfair. They face execution by lethal injection, and claim to have been tortured. On Tuesday, the high court in London found against the NCA – Britain’s version of the FBI – in a case brought by lawyers for Lin and Phyo. Full story: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/aug/29/uk-police-broke-law-in-case-of-british-backpackers-murdered-in-thailand -- The Guardian 2017-08-30
  23. Trump warns 'fire and fury' if North Korea threatens U.S., Pyongyang weighs Guam strike By James Oliphant and Ben Blanchard U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday North Korea "will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen" if it threatened the United States again. BEDMINSTER, N.J./BEIJING (Reuters) - President Donald Trump warned North Korea on Tuesday it would face "fire and fury" if it threatens the United States, prompting the nuclear-armed nation to say it was considering firing missiles at Guam, a U.S.-held Pacific island. As tensions escalated, Pyongyang said it was "carefully examining" a plan to strike Guam, site of a U.S. military base. A North Korean military spokesman, in a statement carried by state-run KCNA news agency, said the plan would be put into practise once leader Kim Jong Un makes a decision. In another statement citing a different military spokesman, North Korea said it could carry out a pre-emptive operation if there were signs of a U.S. provocation. Washington has warned it is ready to use force if need be to stop North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear programs but that it prefers global diplomatic action, including sanctions. The consequences of any U.S. strike would potentially be catastrophic not only for North Koreans but also South Korea, Japan and the thousands of U.S. military personnel within range of any North Korean retaliatory strikes. "North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen," Trump told reporters at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. The U.N. Security Council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea on Saturday over its continued missile tests, that could slash the reclusive country's $3 billion annual export revenue by a third. North Korea has made no secret of plans to develop a nuclear-tipped missile able to strike the United States and has ignored international calls to halt its nuclear and missile programs. It says its intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) are a legitimate means of defence against perceived U.S. hostility. It has long accused the United States and South Korea of escalating tensions by conducting military drills. U.S. stocks closed slightly lower after Trump’s comment, while a widely followed measure of stock market anxiety ended at its highest in nearly a month. The U.S. dollar index pared gains and the safe-haven yen strengthened against the U.S. currency. TENSIONS RISE The United States has remained technically at war with North Korea since the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty. The past six decades have been punctuated by periodic rises in antagonism and rhetoric that have always stopped short of a resumption of active hostilities. Tensions have risen since North Korea carried out two nuclear bomb tests last year and two ICBM tests last month. Republican U.S. Senator John McCain said Trump should tread cautiously when issuing threats to North Korea unless he is prepared to act. "I take exception to the president’s comments because you got to be sure you can do what you say you’re going to do,” he said in a radio interview. The Trump administration's attempts to pressure North Korea into abandoning its nuclear and missile ambitions have so far gained little traction. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has warned of an "effective and overwhelming" response against North Korea if it chose to use nuclear weapons but has said any military solution would be "tragic on an unbelievable scale." The United States has 28,500 troops in South Korea to guard against the North Korean threat. Japan hosts around 54,000 U.S. military personnel, the U.S. Department of Defense says, and tens of thousands of Americans work in both countries. Seoul is home to a population of roughly 10 million, within range of massed pre-targeted North Korean rockets and artillery, which would be impossible to destroy in a first U.S. strike. The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, according to a confidential U.S. intelligence assessment. But U.S. intelligence officials told Reuters that while North Korea has accelerated its efforts to design an ICBM, a miniaturized nuclear warhead, and a nosecone robust enough to survive reentry through the Earth’s atmosphere, there is no reliable evidence it has mastered all three, much less tested and combined them into a weapon capable of hitting targets in the United States. “There's a lot that we don't know," about the North Korean nuclear weapons programme, including whether Pyongyang has developed "the guidance and control system, guidance and stability control, to move a rocket that distance without it breaking up," U.S. Air Force General Paul Selva, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the Air Force Association's Mitchell Institute on Aug. 3. U.S. intelligence officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, also said there is no certainty about the number of nuclear warheads North Korea has assembled, with estimates ranging from 20 to as many as 60 and most experts leaning towards the lower end of that range. North Korea's ICBM tests last month suggested it was making technical progress, Japan's annual Defence White Paper warned. WAR OF WORDS On Monday, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson held the door open for dialogue, saying Washington was willing to talk to Pyongyang if it halted its missile test launches. Still, he maintained the pressure, urging Thailand on Tuesday for more action against Pyongyang. Former U.S. diplomat Douglas Paal, now with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace think tank in Washington, said Trump should not get into a war of words with Pyongyang. “It strikes me as an amateurish reflection of a belief that we should give as we get rhetorically. That might be satisfying at one level, but it takes us down into the mud that we should let Pyongyang enjoy alone,” said Paal, who served as a White House official under previous Republican administrations. Lockheed Martin Corp, the Pentagon's No. 1 weapons supplier, said on Tuesday its customers are increasingly asking about missile defence systems. (Additional reporting by Kiyoshi Takenaka in Tokyo, Christine Kim in Seoul, Doina Chiacu, Susan Heavey, John Walcott and David Brunnstrom in Washington, Amy Sawitta Lefevre in Bangkok and Rodrigo Campos in New York; Writing by Yara Bayoumy, Alistair Bell and John Whitesides; Editing by Nick Macfie and James Dalgleish) -- © Copyright Reuters 2017-08-09
  24. Lawyers, families prevented from jail visits with former ministers Narin Somnuek, lawyer of former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom, talks to reporters in front of the Bangkok Remand Prison Saturday morning. The Bangkok Remand Prison on Saturday morning rejected visit requests by lawyers and families of former commerce minister Boonsong Teriyapirom and former deputy commerce minister Phumi Saraphol. Boonsong’s relatives joined his lawyer Narin Somnuek and Phumi’s daughter in an early-morning visit to the prison. Relatives of Akarapong Chuaykiang, the also-jailed former secretary of Department of Foreign Trade came with them. But all were told that they would have to wait until Monday before they would be allowed to visit the three prisoners. On Friday, Boonsong was handed a 42-year sentence, while Phumi Saraphol was given a 36-year jail term, for approving four bogus government-to-government rice export deals with China which cost the treasury massive losses. Akarapong was jailed 34 years. Narin declined to tell reporters details of his plan to seek Boonsong’s release on bail. Phumi’s daughter said she had concerns about her father’s living conditions, given that he suffers from several chronic ailments and requires medicine regularly. She admitted that it could be difficult to seek his release on bail because of the sentence’s harshness, and because former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra jumped bail on Friday and fled abroad rather than appearing at the Supreme Court for the verdict reading of her case. Krit Krasaethip, chief of the Bangkok Remand Prison, told Nation TV in a phone interview that nobody would be allowed to visit the inmates on Saturday. They could be visited on Monday. Krit said it would be normal for Boonsong and other new inmates to be stressed on their first night in jail but there is nothing to be worried about. He said those who have chronic ailments could have their own medicine. Krit said Boonsong and other inmates convicted over the government-go-government rice deal would be detained at the Bangkok Remand Prison for a few days before being sent to the Klong Prem Maximum Security Prison where those with jail terms exceeding 15 years are detained. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30324969 -- © Copyright The Nation 2017-08-26
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