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    The Price of Recycling Old Laptops: Toxic Fumes in Thailand’s Lungs

    The e-waste industry is booming in Southeast Asia, frightening residents worried for their health. Despite a...

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    Powerful Earthquake Shakes Northern Thailand and Rattles Bangkok

    The earthquake could be felt hundreds of miles away, and shook high-rises in Bangkok, the Thai...

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    ‘Extremely Evil Misconduct’: Thailand’s Palace Intrigue Spills Into View

    Six months after King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s coronation, aide after aide has been ousted and denounced, even...

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    15 Killed in Southern Thailand in the Worst Violence in Years

    The attack on a security checkpoint puts new focus on a bitter but often forgotten conflict...

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    King of Thailand Dismisses Royal Consort Accused of Disloyalty

    The Thai king stripped his royal consort of her title months after awarding it because she...

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    He Acquitted 5 Men of Murder, Then Shot Himself

    A judge’s dramatic act drew attention to his accusations that he was being pressured to unfairly...

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    High-Rises Are on the Horizon for Bangkok’s Chinatown

    A bustling area long populated by immigrants has become more reachable by subway and real estate...

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    5 More Dead Elephants Found at Thailand Waterfall, Officials Say

    Park officials say evidence at the scene suggested the 11 animals had died after a calf...

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    6 Elephants Die After Plunging Over a Waterfall in Thailand

    One of the herd, a 3-year-old, was swept away and the others drowned when they tried...

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    Thailand Shuttered a Notorious Tiger Zoo, but the Problem Has Only Gotten Worse

    Activists say Thailand’s tiger zoos amount to little more than farms, which produce animal parts for...

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    Golf Homes: What $1 Million Will Buy

    Do you prefer your golf home to be in the desert or the jungle? Or perhaps...

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    Thailand’s Roads Are Deadly. Especially if You’re Poor.

    The rules of a highly unequal society extend even to the highways, where have-nots are far...

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    The Thai Palace Posted Photos of the King’s Consort. Then the Website Went Down.

    After releasing unusual images of the king’s official companion — one featuring her in a camouflage-printed...

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    Thailand’s Former Leader, in Exile and Wanted at Home, Gets Serbian Citizenship

    Yingluck Shinawatra, a former prime minister, left Thailand in 2017, before being convicted of corruption.

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    Who’s Attacking Thailand’s Democracy Activists? The Authorities Aren’t Saying

    As the country recovers from a flawed election, unidentified assailants are targeting political campaigners in a...

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    Japan Confirms First Case of New Chinese Coronavirus

    The detection of the virus in Japan adds to fears that it will spread outside China’s...

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    Soldier Kills at Least 21 in Thailand Shooting Spree

    The soldier shot a superior officer at a military base, then went on a shooting rampage...

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    ‘Do Not Make Any Loud Noises’: A Thai Soldier’s 18-Hour Shooting Rampage

    The authorities said the mass shooting, a rarity in the country, started over a real estate...

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    Thai Soldier in Mass Shooting Had Business Clash With His Commander

    The gunman operated in a military whose officers often have outside businesses and take advantage of...

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    At a Temple, Thai Gunman’s Revenge Gave Way to a Random Killing Rampage

    The nation is struggling to understand how a soldier’s rage at people he accused of cheating...

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    Damming the Lower Mekong, Devastating the Ways and Means of Life

    Thailand funded the first dam on the river in Laos, and it is Thai towns, farms...

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    Thailand Court Disbands Popular Opposition Party

    Thai courts have a history of dissolving opposition parties. Critics call it judicial harassment aimed at...

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    He Drove Her to the Hospital. She Gave Him the Coronavirus.

    Taxi and bus drivers are on the forefront of the spread of the coronavirus in Asia,...

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    As Tourism Plummets in Thailand, Elephants Are Out of Work, Too

    With the coronavirus pandemic keeping visitors away, elephant parks are closing, and the industry fears the...

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    Coronavirus Finds Fuel in a World of Migrants

    Migrant workers have not only been victims of Covid-19, but spreaders, too, creating a new world...