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Bangkok

Ex-conscript kills 2 at 7-11 in Bangkok and Pathum Thani

PATHUM THANI, June 24 (TNA) – An ex-conscript broke into a field hospital for COVID-19 patients and shot dead one of them after killing an employee at a convenience store in Phahon Yothin area. Pol Maj Gen Chayut Marayat, commander of Pathum Thani police, said the man dressed in camouflage shot dead a COVID-19 patient […]Read More

Asia

Seven Soldiers Dead in Philippine Helicopter Crash

A Philippine Air Force helicopter crashed Saturday while resupplying troops fighting communist rebels in the southern province of Bukidnon, killing a colonel and six other troops, the military announced. The helicopter, a Vietnam War-era Huey UH-1H, was ferrying supplies, along with another Huey chopper, to a forward military base in the remote Pantaron Mountain Range […]Read More

South

Soldier shot by motorcycle gunman in Pattani

PATTANI: A soldier was wounded by a motorcycle gunman in Sai Buri district on Tuesday evening, police said. The attack occurred about 6pm on Highway 42, near Ban Pho Moh in tambon Trobon. Full story: Bangkok Post Abdullah Benjakat BANGKOK POSTRead More

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South Korean Soldier Has COVID-19 After Return from Thailand

BANGKOK, Nov 11 (TNA) – After a South Korean soldier reportedly has Covid -19 after his return from Thailand, it is still unclear if he contracted coronavirus while attending the preparation meeting for a military training in Rayong province last week, said the Thai Public Health Ministry. Walairat Chaifu, chief of the Epidemiology Division at […]Read More

Isan

Two conscripts found dead in army bases in the Northeast

Pressure has mounted over treatments of conscripts over the past week after two were found dead in their bases in the Northeast. Relatives of one of them on Monday asked the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) to handle the case, citing pressure on the family and local police. Full story: Bangkok Post BANGKOK POST ONLINE REPORTERSRead More

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Visiting American Soldiers under Strict Disease Control

NAKHON NAYOK, Aug 5 (TNA) — Army commander-in-chief General Apirat Kongsompong confirmed that American soldiers who visited Thailand for military exercises underwent strict disease control to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019. Speaking at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy on its 133rd anniversary, Gen Apirat said the visiting American soldiers would not be […]Read More

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Two new coronavirus cases recorded among soldiers returning from Hawaii

Thailand recorded two new COVID-19 cases today (Tuesday) among Thai troops who returned from a training course in Hawaii last week. CCSA spokesman Dr. Taweesin Visanuyothin said that the new infections are among 151 Thai troops who arrived in Thailand on July 22nd, adding that ten of them were classified as PUIs (patients under investigation) […]Read More