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Update: Thu, Jul 19 2018    

Thai boys saved from cave survived on rainwater, tried to dig way out

Twelve Thai boys and their football coach who became trapped deep in a flooded cave complex tried to dig their way out and survived on rainwater for nine days before being found and later rescued.

VIDEO: British divers reveal more details of harrowing Tham Luang rescue mission

Three of the British divers involved in the extraordinary rescue of 12 boys and their football coach who were trapped inside the flooded Tham Luang cave have revealed more details about the dangerous operation.

Five jailed 16-19 years for forcing Moroccan women into Bangkok prostitution

THE CRIMINAL Court Wednesday sentenced an Australian to 19 years imprisonment and a Syrian, two Thais and a Moroccan to 16 years imprisonment for forcing four Moroccans into prostitution at a Bangkok pub.

Journalists rush to attend footballers’ interview

An army of Thai and foreign media members flocked to register for a press conference in which the 13 footballers, who had been rescued successfully from a flooded cave in Chiang Rai, would give an interview on the Thailand Moves Forward programme at 6pm on Wednesday (July 18).

Copter crashes in Khon Kaen paddy field, kills 4

A chartered helicopter crashed in a paddy field in Khon Kaen’s Chonnabot district on Wednesday morning, killing all four people aboard, police said.

His Majesty to stage banquet for cave rescuers: PM

His Majesty King Rama X will arrange meals and stage performances to thank participants in the successful mission to rescue 13 footballers from the flooded Tham Luang cave complex in Chiang Rai's Mae Sai district, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said today (Wednesday).

Elon Musk apologises to British caver for 'pedo' slur

Elon Musk has apologised for calling a British diver involved in the rescue of Mu Pa boys trapped in a cave in Chiang Rai a “paedo.”

Kruba Boonchum granted audience with Supreme Patriarch

The Supreme Patriach on Tuesday granted an audience to Kruba Boonchum, a famous forest meditation monk, who lives in Myanmar at Wat Ratchabophit Temple in Bangkok.

Phoenix stripped of pumps

Phuket rescue centre launched; police probe ownership of stricken tour boat.

Cave boys to take first step into heat of media spotlight with interview

THE 13 Wild Boars will sit down for a tightly-controlled interview with the media for the first time this evening, now that their physical health has sufficiently recovered from their ordeal trapped inside the flooded Tham Luang cave.

Teachers push back in govt loan dispute

Educators deny avoiding debt payment, say they are being overcharged.

Thai students seek job security with local firms amid change to 4.0, survey says

WHILE MANY Thai students hope to work for global giants such as Google and Microsoft, most still consider domestic firms and state enterprises ideal employers, a study has revealed.

Thailand not seen as safe tourist destination until it fixes problems: Weerasak

TOURISM and Sport Minister Weerasak Kowsurat yesterday urged agencies to sort out a series of problems before they can send a convincing message to the world that Thailand is still a safe destination for tourists. 

Cave boys’ school honours Saman, Unsworth

Mae Sai Prasitthisart School in Chiang Rai – which six of the 13 Mu Pa football team members attend– on Tuesday presented a certificate of honour to British diver Vern Unsworth for his role in the cave rescue.

Public invited to help chronicle miraculous cave mission

The Culture Ministry is inviting citizens and news media to submit photos, videos, articles and other documentation of the Tham Luang cave rescue for planned exhibitions and a book.

Abused draftee no ‘Servant’, merely ‘borrowed’, says Prawit

Faced with media reports about an Army private having to take care of an officer’s chickens and fighting cocks, Deputy Premier and Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwan on Tuesday insisted that there was no such thing as “servant soldiers”.

Nonthaburi marching band home in triumph from Taiwan

The marching band from Suankularb Wittayalai Nonthaburi School won first place in two categories at the just-ended World Guard Indoor Taiwan, school director Payom Junnoi announced while welcoming the band members home at Suvarnabhumi International Airport on Monday night.

Repay debts or suffer consequences, teachers warned

The Justice Ministry’s deputy permanent secretary has warned schoolteachers who cease paying into a welfare fund that the outcome would be grim.

‘Positive signal’ from European Parliament about Thailand’s IUU status: deputy PM

The European Parliament has sent a positive signal about the European Union upgrading Thailand’s status in regard to illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing from the current ‘yellow card’ slapped on the country by the EU in 2015, Deputy Prime Minister Chatchai Sarikulya said on Monday.

Thai court indicts 15 in football match-fixing scandal

A Thai court on Monday indicted 15 players, a referee and a linesman for involvement in match-fixing in the domestic football league last year.