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Woman sues after drill bit lodges in gum

A woman who had a dentist's drill bit stuck in her gum for five years after a tooth extraction at a well-known, state-run hospital in Narathiwat is suing the permanent secretary of public health for ignoring her medical malpractice complaint.
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Teen kills self after gunning down 2 kin

Trang: A 16-year-old boy is suspected by police of having shot and killed his mother and younger brother before turning the gun on himself at their home on Monday.
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Major education overhaul in works

The Education Ministry on Monday announced plans to improve the standard of Thai education with a focus on developing a platform called "Thailand Education Eco-System" to ensure students are well-prepared for the 21st century.
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‘Boss’ panel given extra week to present findings

National police chief Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda on Monday allowed an investigation into the police handling of the Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya case to be extended by a week.
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Prawit lays down trafficking challenge

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon on Monday instructed the agencies concerned to step up their efforts to combat human trafficking and make improvements that would warrant an upgrade to Tier 1 in the US Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) next year.
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Couple flee as SUV goes up in flames

CHON BURI: A man and his girlfriend narrowly escaped death when their sport utility vehicle burst into flames in Pattaya early on Tuesday.
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Vietnamese fishing boats caught in Thai waters

PATTANI: Four Vietnamese vessels were seized and the 36 crewmen arrested for illegally fishing in the Thai exclusive economic zone on Monday.
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Thailand logs 3 new Covid imports Tuesday

The government on Tuesday reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus, quarantined returnees from Russia and India, raising the total to 3,381.
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Drug network busted, assets worth B5.7m seized

Police have arrested six members of a drug network in the North with monthly sales estimated at 40 million baht, and seized assets worth 5.7 million baht.
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Farmers call for legal action against those ‘insulting’ the monarchy

A group of about 100 farmers from the Central Region submitted a letter to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha at Government House on Tuesday, calling for him to take legal action against individuals and groups of people as well as their supporters who have allegedly insulted the monarchy.
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Prayut calls for patience from authorities at anti-government rally

Prime Minister Prayut Cha-o-cha has pleaded for calm and patience from security authorities deployed at the Democracy Monument where thousands of demonstrators are demanding the ouster of the government.
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Massive student-led protest calls on govt to quit

As darkness fell at Bangkok's Democracy Monument, the numbers of student-led protesters calling on the government led by Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha to quit swelled well past 10,000.
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