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Nimibutr Stadium in Bangkok To Receive New COVID Patients

BANGKOK, April 26 (TNA) – The Nimibutr stadium in Bangkok has been turned into a reception center for new COVID-19 patients, according to Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. Mr Anutin said that the Ministry of Tourism and Sports allowed the modification of the stadium so that it became a facility with […]Read More

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3 injured as Turkish football fans set fire to own

Three people were injured in Turkey after Eskisehirspor football fans trashed their own stadium and set it on fire following a 2-1 defeat to Medipol Basaksehir. Luckily, the team is set to move to a newly built stadium next season. As the final whistle blew, disappointed supporters began to slowly and sorrowfully destroy the stadium, […]Read More

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Hanover Soccer Stadium Hosting Germany vs. Netherlands Evacuated

A soccer game between Germany and the Netherlands has been canceled at Hanover stadium, and the premises have been evacuated. “There was a device intended to be detonated inside the stadium,” police chief Volker Kluwe told reporters. There were “serious plans to bring something to explode,” he said earlier, according Norddeutscher Rundfunk radio. Read more: […]Read More

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Thai Police defend men in black: no live ammunition fired

BANGKOK, Jan 2 – Police said the so-called “men in black” seen on a building rooftop were actually policemen and they did not fire live ammunition at anti-government protesters who tried to break into the Thai-Japanese stadium last month. Metropolitan police deputy commander Pol Gen Vorapong Chewpreecha admitted today that the black-clad men seen on […]Read More

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Armed men in black shooting from rooftop are policemen: Thai

BANGKOK, Jan 2 – Thailand’s police chief admitted today that the so-called “men in black” seen on a building rooftop who fired on protesters trying to break into the Thai-Japanese stadium, resulting in fatalities on December 23, were policemen. National police commander Adul Saengsingkaew said he would provide further details later, adding that the men […]Read More

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No live bullets fired by police at Thai-Japanese stadium: Thai

BANGKOK, Dec 27 – Thailand’s police chief today stood firm that police did not use live ammunition in yesterday’s crackdown on anti-government protesters at the Thai-Japanese stadium. Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew said police strictly followed required steps in dealing with the protesters, starting with a warning before firing tear gas. Read more: MCOTRead More

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Bangkok Police battle protesters at Thai-Japanese Stadium

BANGKOK: — Police used teargases and rubber bullets to fend off protesters from storming into the compound of the Thai-Japanese Stadium Thursday morning. Police started firing teargases at about 7:20 am after protesters led by the Students and People Network for Thailand’s Reform cut the padlock of Gate 2 and tried to storm in. After […]Read More