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Myanmar military fails to quell protests four months after coup

By Reuters Staff, published by Channel NewsAsia MYANMAR protesters took to the streets today (June 1) in several districts, as fighting between the army and anti-junta militias raged in border areas, four months after the military ousted an elected government in a coup. Myanmar’s military is still struggling to impose order after arresting Aung San

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Coronavirus

Phetchaburi people announce ‘sale of their Governor’ 

A JOURNALIST in Phetchaburi province posted a message on his Facebook page today (June 1) saying, “Urgent! Announcing the sale of the Governor of Phetchaburi province” but then quickly deleted it, Sanook.com said this evening. However his deleted post attracted posts from other residents of this province saying, “Announcing auction of Phetchaburi province (Free Thai

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Local news

Green light for new speed limits 

  THE CABINET today (June 1) approved draft ministerial regulations on new speed limits according to the type of vehicles and the characteristics of the roads to suit traffic conditions and comply with international standards, Amarin TV said this afternoon (June 1). The regulation for Bangkok, Pattaya City and community areas is as follows: –

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