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IUU-blacklisted ship seized off Phuket to be destroyed in Bangladesh

By The Phuket News



The ship, seized seven miles off Phuket in September, will be broken apart at the Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub

PHUKET:-- A 3,000-ton ship seized off Phuket in September with eight Thais on board will be sent to the renowned Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh to be broken apart.


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134026-iuu-blacklisted-ship-seized-off-phuket-to-be-destroyed-in-bangladesh/


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Russian-Swiss woman rescued at Patong Beach wakes from coma



Natalia Bahni poses for a photo with Phuket Tourist Police at Bangkok Hospital Phuket today (Nov 14). photo: Phuket Tourist Police

PHUKET:-- The Russian-Swiss woman pulled from the water unconscious at Patong Beach early last Wednesday morning (Nov 6) has woken from her coma and today was transferred to Bangkok Hospital Phuket, confirmed Phuket Tourist Police this afternoon (Nov 14).


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134028-russian-swiss-woman-rescued-at-patong-beach-wakes-from-coma/


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Funeral, full benefits provided for Thai worker who died in Japan




Suthi Sukosol


The employer of Buri Ram native Somsak Kromtaisong in Japan arranged for his funeral on Tuesday (November 12), Labour Ministry permanent secretary Suthi Sukosol reported on Thursday.


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134029-funeral-full-benefits-provided-for-thai-worker-who-died-in-japan/


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Hollywood star Christian Bale's prominent British accent leaves shocked fans ‘mind blown’




'Weird hearing him speak!' Despite being in the movie business since the eighties, Christian Bale's real accent has continued to leave fans shocked and confused


He has cemented his a-list status in huge Hollywood blockbusters such as The Machinist, American Psycho and Batman's The Dark Knight series. 


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134030-hollywood-star-christian-bales-prominent-british-accent-leaves-shocked-fans-‘mind-blown’/


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No, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson isn’t dead after a stunt accident, he’s just the victim of a death hoax again

By Kim Novak



Dwayne Johnson: still very much alive (Picture: WireImage)


Dwayne Johnson has become the victim of a death hoax once again, after a fake news story circulated that he had been killed in a stunt gone wrong.


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134031-no-dwayne-‘the-rock’-johnson-isn’t-dead-after-a-stunt-accident-he’s-just-the-victim-of-a-death-hoax-again/


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Google firm on "leaving no Thai behind"

By The Nation



Google has reaffirmed its commitment to leave no Thai behind.


Google has reaffirmed its commitment to "Leave No Thai Behind", highlighting initiatives that will help more Thai people and businesses participate in the growth and opportunities of the digital economy at the second annual Google for Thailand event today (November 14).


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134044-google-firm-on-leaving-no-thai-behind/


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Yaowarat could soon have Sunday walking streets

By The Nation




The government is amendable to a suggestion by the Thai Amusement and Leisure Parks Association to turn roads in Bangkok’s Yaowarat district into walking streets each Sunday, barring vehicle access to open the area to pedestrians and attracting more visitors.


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134045-yaowarat-could-soon-have-sunday-walking-streets/


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True posts Bt2.9-bn profit in Q3





Telecommunications group True Corp has reported a net profit of Bt2.9 billion for the third quarter of 2019, up from Bt1.1 billion in the previous quarter and Bt99 million more than it netted in the same period last year.


Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1134046-true-posts-bt29-bn-profit-in-q3/


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