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  1. Russian accused of $28m fraud to be sent to US at FBI request By The Nation FILE PHOTO A Thai court on Wednesday decided to extradite a 47yearold Russian cybercrime suspect, Dmitry Ukrainsky, who is accused of stealing $28.5 million (Bt886 million) from the bank accounts of citizens of several countries, to the US. The court verdict, read at the Ratchadapisek Criminal Court in Bangkok, said Ukrainsky faced charges of fraud and moneylaundering, crimes that carry prison sentences of 12 months or more. They could also not be categorised as political offences and their statute of limitation hadn’t yet expired, so the case fitted the criteria to allow his extradition as the US authorities had requested. The court said Ukrainsky had already completed a term of imprisonment for moneylaundering, an offence which had taken place in Thailand. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364465 -- THE NATION 2019-02-21
  2. Chiang Mai University urges people to stay indoors as pollution worsens By NISANART KANGWALWONG THE NATION Doi Mon Mak Mae Jam district Chiang Mai CR : Facebook CCDC: Climate Change Data Center IN THE face of persistent air pollution in the North, Chiang Mai University (CMU) has decided to issue warnings for locals to think twice before using the outdoor zone of its stadium. If PM2.5 dust particles exceeds 35.5 micrograms per cubic metre of air within 24 hours, CMU will put up a sign warning children, the elderly, pregnant women, people with respiratory, heart and brain arteries problems, and athletes to avoid going outdoors. If PM2.5 goes beyond 55.5mcg per cubic metre of air, the warning will cover everyone. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has described PM2.5, or dust particles that are 2.5 microns or less in diameter, as carcinogenic. Prolonged exposure can cause several health problems and in severe cases, even death. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364469 -- THE NATION 2019-02-21
  3. Amnesty Australia seeks inquiry over ‘monumental’ error in al-Araibi case By MARISA CHIMPRABHA THE NATION Footballer and refugee Hakeem al-Araibi (L) and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (R) shake hands during a meeting at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, 14 February///EPA-EFE AMNESTY International Australia has called for the Australian government to conduct an independent investigation into what it called “a monumental mistake” that led to the much-publicised arrest and detention of a former Bahrain national footballer in Thailand. The group’s call was in response to comments from Australian Border Force (ABF) commissioner Michael Outram on Monday that “human error” in his forces had led to Hakeem al-Araibi, a refugee with Australian residency, being detained for more than two months in a Thai jail and facing the threat of extradition to his native country. “It is absolutely unacceptable that Hakeem, a completely innocent man supposedly under the Australian government’s care, was detained for 76 days in Thailand in fear for his life simply because someone at Border Force forgot to send an email,” Amnesty International Australia’s Tim O’Connor said. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364492 -- THE NATION 2019-02-21
  4. Life imprisonment for murder of ‘insubordinate’ maid By Kesinee Taengkhieo The Nation FORMER BEAUTY contestant Krisana “Mona” Suwanpitak was jailed for life yesterday after the Ratchadapisek Criminal Court in Bangkok found her guilty of the 2012 murder of her 16-year-old maid, Jariya Srisak. The girl’s body was then buried near Krisana’s home in Phetchaburi’s Muang district to conceal the crime. Public prosecutors charged Krisana, 47, with murder and concealing the body while two other defendants, Krisana’s younger friend Prathana Tuamsap, 37, and Krisana’s younger brother and local village headman Pramote Suwanpitak, 45, were charged with helping her conceal the crime. The judge handed Krisana the life sentence after hearing damning evidence, including that of her own daughter, who saw her assaulting Jarinya before the death. Co-defendant Prathana also testified that Krisana had a short fuse and could be violent when angered. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364472 -- THE NATION 2019-02-21
  5. Interpol Red Notice sought for Greek suspect over Phuket beautician murder By Waranya Prompinpiras Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos was recorded as clearing Immigration at Phuket International Airport to board a flight to Dubai just hours after Ms Niramon was last seen alive. PHUKET:-- Cherng Talay Police have filed a request for Interpol to issue Red Notice for the arrest of 42-year-old Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of Phuket beautician Niramon Aewkaew. The request was submitted with the Foreign Affairs Division of the Royal Thai Police and the Office of the Attorney-General in Bangkok yesterday, Cherng Talay Police Chief Col Serm Kwannimit confirmed to The Phuket News today (Feb 20). “The request is for the Royal Thai Police to ask Interpol to issue a Red Notice for the arrest of Chairopoulos,” Col Serm added. Credit, Read more: https://www.thephuketnews.com/interpol-red-notice-sought-for-greek-suspect-over-phuket-beautician-murder-70458.php -- The Phuket News 2019-02-21
  6. Airport smokers kicked out of Thai terminals By The Thaiger The Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA) says they strongly support Thailand’s move to ban smoking inside the passenger terminals of all its airports, to protect employees and non-smoking travellers from exposure to secondhand smoke. On February 3 this year, the Airports of Thailand (AoT) removed all smoking rooms inside the airports of Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai and Mae Fah Luang. This is in line with Thailand’s Tobacco Products Control Act of 2017 (TPCA) and the Ministry of Public Health announcement in 2018 that required offices of government agencies and state enterprises, including airports, to declare no smoking areas to protect non-smokers. Credit, Read more: https://thethaiger.com/thai-life/airport-smokers-kicked-out-of-thai-terminals -- The Thaiger 2019-02-20
  7. Spaniard arrested, charged with rape in Thong Lor area By Suriya Patathayo The Nation A 30-year-old Spanish man has been arrested for allegedly raping a Thai woman, whom he also allegedly handcuffed so she could not resist, at a luxury condominium in Bangkok’s Thong Lor area on the night of February 15, Immigration Bureau chief Pol Lt-General Surachet Hakpal told a press conference on Tuesday. The suspect, Jorge Vazquez Lopez – for whom a court had issued an arrest warrant over the rape allegation – has now been charged with having sexual intercourse with a woman who is not his wife, against her will, by threatening or carrying out an act of violence, and by taking advantage of her being rendered unable to resist. The crime is punishable with a prison sentence of between four and 20 years and a fine of Bt8,000-Bt40,000. A police investigation found that the Spaniard, who works in the field of Internet marketing in Spain, had previously travelled in and out of Thailand 38 times and was holding a Thailand Privilege Card special entry visa. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364397 -- THE NATION 2019-02-20
  8. Italian tourist seriously injured in goring by bull elephant at private Phang-Nga park By Anothai Ngandee The Nation A 29-year-old Italian tourist was seriously injured on Tuesday when the 12-year-old male elephant he and a friend were riding as part of a tourist activity in Phang-Nga’s Mueang district suddenly shook them to the ground and gored him in the stomach. The incident took place at 10.30am at an old oil-palm plantation in Tambon Song Praek that had been turned into a private park for elephant riding, said Song Praek kamnan Boonrong Jaroonsawatchai. Trofa Manuel sustained a serious injury in the incident, while his compatriot Francesco Di Megli, 31, was slightly injured. Both were rushed to Phang-Nga Hospital, where they were recovering from their injuries as of press time. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364419 -- THE NATION 2019-02-20
  9. Couple killed, six injured in three-vehicle pile-up in Prachin Buri By The Nation A married couple were killed on Tuesday morning when their truck careered out of control on a road in Prachin Buri and crashed into a trailer truck and an SUV. Police said the accident happened on highway No 304, in Moo 4 village of Na Di district’s Tambon Buppram, at 9am. District chief Noppadol Ngamlua and other officials rushed to the scene to oversee the rescue operation. The driver of a truck carrying palm oil died inside the vehicle, along with his wife, he said. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364391 -- THE NATION 2019-02-20
  10. Karl Lagerfeld, iconic Chanel fashion designer, dies Iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died in Paris following a short illness. The German designer, who was the creative director for Chanel and Fendi, was one of the industry's most prolific figures and worked up until his death. His signature ponytail and dark glasses made him an instantly recognisable figure around the world. Industry heavyweights, including Italian designer Donatella Versace, issued heartfelt tributes. Credit, Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-47293612 -- BBC News 2019-02-20
  11. Slovenian finds himself in hot water after girlfriend puts politics before romance  By The Nation A 54-year-old Slovenian man staying in Kalasin’s Mueang district found himself in trouble with the authorities at the weekend for slashing eight election campaign posters after his Thai girlfriend had missed their Valentine’s Day dinner date, during which he planned to ask her to marry him, in order to canvass for an election candidate. Suspect Zvonimir Nard (not official spelling) was arrested at a rented apartment room after CCTV footage from the Soi Pimpanit Pattana area captured a motorcycle-riding foreigner who resembled him destroying an election poster on the night of February 16, Kalasin Governor Kraisorn Kongchalard said at a police press conference on Monday. After his arrest, during which police confiscated the knife he had used in the act of vandalism, the Slovenian initially confessed that he, in a drunken state, had used a knife to destroy eight posters of the Palang Pracharath Party candidate for Kalasin’s Constituency 1, Chalong Maralert, including a poster in which Chalong was photographed with PM General Prayut Chan-o-cha. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364344 -- THE NATION 2019-02-19
  12. Beautiful news as Thailand set to host its first Miss World final in December By Tanachai Pramarnpanich Nation For the first time in the history of Miss World, the highly anticipated final – the 69th edition –will be hosted in Thailand, Miss World Organisation chief executive officer and chairman Julia Morley announced during a press conference at Phraya Thai Palace in Bangkok on Monday. Delegates from 130 countries are scheduled to arrive in the Kingdom in November, with the final to be held the following month. During their one-month-long stay here, contestants will participate in various activities and visit tourism sites across the country, as well as take part in “Beauty with a Purpose” fund-raising activities to help good causes in Thailand. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364366 -- THE NATION 2019-02-19
  13. Police oppose bail after man’s ‘stray’ bullet kills 14-year-old girl in Buri Ram  By Surachai Piraksa The Nation Police on Monday objected to the release on bail of a 30-year-old Thai man who had allegedly opened fire twice at a group of youngsters, reportedly merely to threaten them, but whose stray bullet fatally struck a Mathayom 2 schoolgirl instead in Buri Ram’s Lam Plai Mat district on Saturday afternoon. The objection to bail was made when police brought Pichit Maneeterm to apply for a court detention order. The suspect reportedly confessed to the charges of murder, having a gun and ammunition in his possession without permission, and carrying a gun to a public place, the court heard. However, Pichit insisted that he had only intended to discharge the unregistered gun, which had been handed down to him from his father, to threaten whom he termed “rivals” that he claimed had also been carrying guns, police said. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364342 -- THE NATION 2019-02-19
  14. Plans begin for smog season By Pratch Rujivanarom The Nation Seoul shows the way with procedures varying according to air pollution’s intensity THE GOVERNMENT has begun planning ahead for the next “smog season” in Bangkok, preparing a graduated system of emergency responses and possibly a major upgrade for the transport sector. Natural Resources and Environment Ministry Permanent Secretary Wijarn Simachaya yesterday announced that Thailand would follow South Korea’s example in tackling harmful PM2.5 dust. Speaking at an academic seminar on air pollution and preventive measures at the Environment Quality Promotion Department, Wijarn said official procedures would be established for the agencies involved to follow, with controls in place for every source of pollutants. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364348 -- THE NATION 2019-02-19
  15. Private hospital patients ‘free to buy medicines outside’ By The Nation File photo PATIENTS at private hospitals have the right to buy medicines elsewhere after getting a prescription from their doctors, according to the Health Service Support Department (HSSD). The department, however, has no plans to force private hospitals to inform their patients of this right through announcements in their facilities. “Patients have long had the right to buy medicines outside hospitals,” HSSD director-general Dr Nattawuth Prasertsiripong said yesterday. Credit, Read more: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364347 -- THE NATION 2019-02-19
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