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Chinese space junk falling to Earth on Nov. 5, 11 provinces at risk

  THAI space agency Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) warned today (Nov. 3) that a 21.6-ton chunk of China’s Long March 5B-Y4 rocket is on track to fall back to Earth on Saturday Nov. 5 with 11 provinces at risk of being hit although the chances of an impact is just 1.4 percent,

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Health

Senator catches Covid despite two AstraZeneca jabs

  THERE is a coronavirus alert at the parliament this morning (Sept. 13) after Senator Apichart Todilokwet got infected despite having received two AstraZeneca jabs, Sanook.com said. Dr. Jet Siratharanon, a senator and chairman of the committee to handle the coronavirus pandemic situation, said a detailed timeline of Apichart’s activities is being tracked. However, as

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Demonstration starts at Thammasat University Tha Prachan campus

LEADERS of the demonstrators, who call themselves Thammasat Alliance and their rally “September 19 Reclaiming People’s Power”, were to start giving speeches from 2 p.m. onwards at Thammasat University Tha Prachan campus’ football field, Thai Rath newspaper reported today (Sept. 19, 2020). The demonstrators had pushed their way into campus through the gate after cutting

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Kla Party says Peta’s monkey campaign ‘is culturally discriminatory’

KLA Party’s secretary-general commented in a Facebook post today (July 7) that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’s (Peta’s) campaign against Thai products containing coconut for using monkeys to collect the fruit is discriminatory because in the West truffle hogs are used to help collect the edible fungi, PostToday reported. Mr Atavit Suwannapakdee said

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