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  • Thailand orders its LARGEST WARSHIP from Chinese shipbuilder

    China will build a Type 071E amphibious transport dock ship for export to Thailand, the largest naval ship the nation will have built for a foreign user. China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC), a state-owned shipbuilding conglomerate and one of the major suppliers to the Chinese Navy, said last week that it had inked an agreement […]

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    China will build a Type 071E amphibious transport dock ship for export to Thailand, the largest naval ship the nation will have built for a foreign user.

    China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC), a state-owned shipbuilding conglomerate and one of the major suppliers to the Chinese Navy, said last week that it had inked an agreement with the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) on the construction and sale of the Type 071E, adding it was the first time China had sold such a vessel to another country.

    Admiral Luechai Ruddit, commander-in-chief of the RTN, and officials from the Chinese government and military took part in a signing ceremony for the deal in Beijing on Sept 9, according to a statement issued by CSSC.

    The company said the deal was a major new accomplishment in the strategic cooperation between the two countries, adding that it would substantially deepen collaboration in the arms trade and also help strengthen regional peace and stability.

    The shipbuilder did not provide details about the ship’s specifications, or its construction and delivery schedule.

    The Type 071E is an export version of the Type 071 landing platform dock deployed by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy.

    There are six Type 071s in service with the PLA Navy, according to military observers who follow the Navy’s weapons development.

    According to information from CSSC, the Type 071 is China’s largest landing craft and boasts advanced weapons systems.

    It is 210m long and 28m wide, and has a full-load displacement of 25,000 metric tonnes. The vessel is capable of sailing more than 18,500km in a single operation, the company said.

    An insider in China’s naval shipbuilding industry, who wished to be identified only as Che, said that compared with the existing Type 071 vessels in the PLA Navy, the export version features better weapons and can carry more helicopters.

    The Type 071E amphibious transport dock ship is also classified as a type of landing platform dock.

    The ship will be RTN’s biggest warship, eclipsing HTMS Chakri Naruebet, the flagship of the RTN and its only aircraft carrier.

    The largest naval ship China has exported so far is HTMS Similan, a Type 908 replenishment ship built for the RTN in the 1990s that has a full-load displacement of 22,000 tonnes.

    That makes it bigger than HTMS Chakri Naruebet, but HTMS Similan is not classified as a warship. – StraitsTimes


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  • Hong Kongers Ask Brits to Protect Them from Communist Regime

    Pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain’s consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, demanding London do more to protect its former colonial subjects and ramp up pressure on Beijing over sliding freedoms. Hundreds of demonstrators sang “God Save the Queen” and “Rule Britannia” outside the consulate, waving the Union Jack as well as Hong Kong’s colonial-era flags. […]

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    Pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain’s consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, demanding London do more to protect its former colonial subjects and ramp up pressure on Beijing over sliding freedoms.

    Hundreds of demonstrators sang “God Save the Queen” and “Rule Britannia” outside the consulate, waving the Union Jack as well as Hong Kong’s colonial-era flags.

    The protest came as another large rally made its way through the city streets on Sunday afternoon in defiance of a ban by police, who warned the gathering was illegal.

    The once-stable international hub has been convulsed by weeks of huge, sometimes violent rallies calling for greater democratic freedoms and police accountability.

    The movement is the biggest challenge to China’s rule since the city was handed back by Britain in 1997 and shows no sign of ending, with local leaders and Beijing taking a hard line.

    Under a deal signed with Britain ahead of the city’s 1997 handover to China, Hong Kong is allowed to keep its unique freedoms for 50 years.

    Democracy activists accuse Beijing of reneging on those promises by tightening political control over the semi-autonomous territory and refusing calls for universal suffrage.

    Many of the protest signs accused Britain of not doing enough to confront Beijing over its tightening grip on the semi-autonomous Chinese city.

    “Sino-British Joint Declaration is VOID,” one read, referencing the 1984 agreement that paved the way for the city’s handover, a deal that Hong Kongers were given no say over.

    “So far I’m quite disappointed by the fact that the UK hasn’t done anything to support us,” protester Alex Leung, a recent graduate, told AFP.

    Many called for Hong Kongers who want to leave the city to be granted citizenship in Britain or other Commonwealth nations.

    Some Hong Kongers were given British National Overseas (BNO) passports before the handover, a document that allows holders easy travel to the UK but grants no working or residency rights.

    “At least with the full citizenship they can protect Hong Kong people from the Chinese government,” protester Anthony Chau, who holds a BNO passport, told AFP.

    Earlier this week some 130 UK lawmakers signed a joint letter calling for Britain and Commonwealth countries to come up with an “insurance policy” for Hong Kongers to resettle overseas should they wish to.

    Britain treads carefully

    Hong Kong has been battered by nearly 100 days of protests, sparked by a now-abandoned plan to allow extraditions to the mainland.

    China has portrayed the protests as foreign-funded, singling out Britain and the United States for criticism, although it has presented little evidence beyond supportive statements from some foreign politicians.

    It has insisted Hong Kong — an international finance hub with a significant foreign population — is an entirely internal matter.

    Britain has walked a careful path on the protests, keen to keep Beijing onside as a valuable trade partner, especially given the uncertainty thrown up by its imminent departure from the European Union.

    But it has also expressed concerns about the direction Hong Kong has headed and says it has a duty to ensure Beijing upholds the deal it struck before the handover.

    “The Joint Declaration is a legally binding treaty between the UK and China that remains as valid today as it was when it was signed and ratified over 30 years ago,” a British Foreign Office spokeswoman said in June.

    Democracy advocates have ramped up appeals to the international community in recent weeks, with prominent activists travelling overseas and crowd-funding used to print adverts in global newspapers.

    Joshua Wong, a well-known activist, is currently in the United States and met Germany’s foreign minister earlier this week in Berlin — a trip that has infuriated Beijing.

    Sunday’s protest outside the UK mission was significantly smaller than a huge march the week before to the United States consulate which saw tens of thousands turn out.

    The pro-democracy movement has vowed to continue until key demands are met, including an inquiry into the police, an amnesty for those arrested and universal suffrage.

    There are plans for further protests in the coming weeks, culminating on 1 October when leaders in Beijing are planning huge celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China.


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    16 September 2019
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  • Passenger van crash kills THREE, injures NINE others

    Three people were killed and nine others injured when a van carrying a Chinese opera troupe overturned in Saraburi’s Chalerm Phrakiart district early Monday. The Chalerm Phrakiart police station was alerted at 4.10am of the accident on the Bangkok-bound Phaholyothin road in Moo 9 village of Tambon Huay Bong. Police said the driver along with […]

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    Three people were killed and nine others injured when a van carrying a Chinese opera troupe overturned in Saraburi’s Chalerm Phrakiart district early Monday.

    The Chalerm Phrakiart police station was alerted at 4.10am of the accident on the Bangkok-bound Phaholyothin road in Moo 9 village of Tambon Huay Bong.

    Police said the driver along with eight other passengers were injured and rushed to Saraburi Hospital.

    An unidentified passenger was hurled out of the van by the impact and killed instantly.

    Two passengers died inside the van and were identified as Jariya Sae-heng, 61, and Porsianghai Sae-ugng, 65.

    Police quoted the survivors as saying that the van was transporting a Chinese Opera troupe back from their show in Phetchabun’s Lomsak district back to Bangkok when the accident occurred. – The Nation


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  • 100,000 shops join Thailand’s ‘tourism subsidy program’

    The Ministry of Finance reports that more than 100,000 shops have registered in the domestic tourism subsidy program allowing them to receive payments from allowances paid to domestic tourists, stressing preparedness in the travelers registration system. The Minister of Finance, Uttama Savanayana has revealed the outcomes of economic stimuli following the joint committee meeting, saying […]

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    The Ministry of Finance reports that more than 100,000 shops have registered in the domestic tourism subsidy program allowing them to receive payments from allowances paid to domestic tourists, stressing preparedness in the travelers registration system.

    The Minister of Finance, Uttama Savanayana has revealed the outcomes of economic stimuli following the joint committee meeting, saying that more shops have registered with the domestic tourism subsidy program, with some 100,000 shops now registered.

    Most of these businesses, up to 80,000 shops, currently accept payments from Pracharat welfare cards, while some 32,000 shops are new.

    The number of new shops registered is still below the government’s 40,000 shops target.

    Registration is still open, and the Ministry of Finance is positive the number of shops will reach the target.

    Interested shop owners can register until 20th September, while members of the general public who wish to receive allowances from this program for domestic travel can register from 23rd September to 22nd November.

    Registered persons will receive a 1,000 baht allowance each from the government, and receive 15 percent cashback for their domestic travel expenses not exceeding 30,000 baht in total.

    The allowance must be used within 14 days of receiving a confirmation SMS.

    The Ministry of Finance is confident the online registration system will be ready, and can accommodate about 1,000,000 registrations daily.

    On helping measures for farmers, the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has submitted the names of some 2 million registered rice farmers for the 2019-2020 cultivation season to the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives for verification.

    These farmers, after having their eligibility verified, will receive compensation at a rate of 500 baht per rai, capped at 20 rai, transferred into their bank accounts in three days. – NNT


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  • 86 of the TEMPLE TIGERS have now died

    More than 80 tigers that were rescued from a temple in Thailand have died from a viral disease, according to local media reports. The Buddhist temple – Wat Pa Luang Ta Bua, known as Tiger Temple, in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok – was a tourist attraction where visitors took selfies with tigers and bottle-fed […]

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    More than 80 tigers that were rescued from a temple in Thailand have died from a viral disease, according to local media reports.

    The Buddhist temple – Wat Pa Luang Ta Bua, known as Tiger Temple, in Kanchanaburi province, west of Bangkok – was a tourist attraction where visitors took selfies with tigers and bottle-fed cubs.

    But in 2016, authorities removed its 147 tigers in response to global pressure over wildlife trafficking.

    The animals were taken to two state-run sanctuaries, where it soon became apparent they were susceptible to canine distemper virus, according to a senior official from the country’s department of national parks, wildlife and plant conservation.

    “When we took the tigers in, we noted that they had no immune system due to inbreeding,” the department’s deputy director-general, Prakit Vongsrivattanakul, told the state-owned broadcaster MCOT.

    “We treated them as symptoms came up”.

    He did not give a figure for the number of tigers that had died, though public service broadcaster Thai PBS reported that the figure was 86 – more than half.

    The temple had promoted itself as a wildlife sanctuary for years, but it was eventually investigated for suspected links to wildlife trafficking and animal abuse.

    Its monks were accused of illegally breeding tigers by wildlife activists, while some visitors said the animals appeared drugged.

    The temple denied the accusations.

    Sky News has contacted the Thai government’s Department of National Parks for comment.


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    16 September 2019
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  • ‘Tank Man’ photographer dies in Indonesia

    The photographer who photographed the defining image of China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown – a solitary man defiantly blocking the path of a column of tanks – has died in Indonesia. American authorities have confirmed the death of 64 year old Charlie Cole in Bali, where the Texan had been a long-time resident. Cole won the 1990 World […]

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    The photographer who photographed the defining image of China’s Tiananmen Square crackdown – a solitary man defiantly blocking the path of a column of tanks – has died in Indonesia.

    American authorities have confirmed the death of 64 year old Charlie Cole in Bali, where the Texan had been a long-time resident.

    Cole won the 1990 World Press Photo award for his picture of a man in a white shirt, carrying a shopping bag in each hand, striding out into the road the day after troops killed hundreds of pro-democracy protesters in the heart of Beijing.

    Cole later described how he had expected the man would be killed, and felt it was his responsibility to record what was happening.

    The man, whose identity remains unknown, stopped in front of a column of tanks and armoured vehicles stretching far down the road, later climbing onto the vehicle to engage in a conversation with one of the tank crew as gunshots crackled in the air.

    'Tank Man' photographer dies - defining photo of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests | News by The Thaiger
    Charlie Cole (right) pictured in South Korea in 1987

     

    “Tank Man” has become one of the defining images of the 20th century, but the image remains largely unrecognised in China due to censorship of the image and the wider crackdown.

    His mystique has been reinforced by his subsequent disappearance, probably at the hands of Chinese security forces.

    China has only ever said that 200 civilians and security personnel died on the day of the 1989 protest, but there has been no publicly released record of deaths.

    Witnesses and foreign journalists have said the figure could be up to 3,000.

    Several photographers captured Tank Man’s lone figure on film that day. A picture of the scene by Jeff Widener of the Associated Press, snapped from the balcony of the Beijing Hotel, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. – AFP


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    16 September 2019
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  • Concern grows as Baht reaches SIX-YEAR HIGH

    The baht continued its upward trend, appreciating to Bt30.42 to the US dollar on Friday, up from Bt30.67 the previous Friday, after having risen to a six-year high of Bt30.36 at some time during the day. Regional currencies also moved up against the US dollar as markets expressed relief about the trade war and the […]

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    The baht continued its upward trend, appreciating to Bt30.42 to the US dollar on Friday, up from Bt30.67 the previous Friday, after having risen to a six-year high of Bt30.36 at some time during the day.

    Regional currencies also moved up against the US dollar as markets expressed relief about the trade war and the European Central Bank (ECB)’s latest monetary easing.

    The ECB cut its deposit facility rate, paid by banks on reserves parked with the ECB, to deeper negative territory from minus 0.4 per cent to minus 0.5 per cent and resumed bond purchases to encourage banks to lend more.

    The measures came as Germany, Europe’s largest economy, showed signs of a looming recession. US President Donald Trump delayed tariff hikes on Chinese goods and China also postponed increasing tariffs on US goods.

    The Kasikorn Research Centre forecast that the baht may move in a range of Bt30.20 and Bt30.60 a dollar next week.

    Investors are awaiting latest developments in the trade war, the developments in Brexit, the meeting of the US Federal Reserve on September 17-18, the meeting of the Bank of Japan and Chinese economic indicators.

    Investors are also eagerly awaiting key economic indicators in the US, including a survey of industrial activities by the Fed’s New York branch; business trends by the Fed’s Philadelphia branch; the housing index in September; industrial production, second-home sales, housing starts in August and net capital flows in July, the research house added.

    Exporters, economists and overseas Thai workers have long complained about the appreciating baht damaging exports, farm products and causing exchange losses for overseas Thai workers, adversely impacting the overall economy.

    Thai investors who invested in foreign equities were also facing exchange rate losses when repatriating money due to the rising baht. – The Nation


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    15 September 2019
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  • Unidentified body of a man found on Ko Samui

    The body of an unidentified man was found floating in the sea off Bang Po beach on Ko Samui island on Sunday afternoon. Pol Capt Issaret Samniangwan, a Ko Samui police investigator, led a team of police officers to examine the body, which was found at 1.15pm about 500 metres from the beach. The body […]

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    The body of an unidentified man was found floating in the sea off Bang Po beach on Ko Samui island on Sunday afternoon.

    Pol Capt Issaret Samniangwan, a Ko Samui police investigator, led a team of police officers to examine the body, which was found at 1.15pm about 500 metres from the beach.

    The body was of a tall man, wearing only a pair of brown shorts similar to those worn by fishing boat crew.

    The face was swollen beyond recognition. He was believed to have died about seven days previously.

    No documents were found on the body, leaving his identity and nationality unknown.

    Since there were no reports about a missing person filed with local police, it is not known whether the man was a Thai, a migrant worker from a neighbouring country or a foreigner from elsewhere.

    Police were to consult with the Surat Thani port-in and port-out (PIPO) control centre for.

    The body will be  sent a hospital to establish the identity and the cause of death. – Bangkok Post


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  • Kerry driver killed in truck-train crash

    A Kerry Express delivery driver was killed when his pickup truck went through an unmanned railway crossing into the path of a train in Ban Pong district on Saturday morning. The crash happened at the Ban Thaiyai crossing in tambon Tha Pha at 10.20am on Saturday, said Pol Lt Col Kriangsak Buaphor, a duty officer […]

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    A Kerry Express delivery driver was killed when his pickup truck went through an unmanned railway crossing into the path of a train in Ban Pong district on Saturday morning.

    The crash happened at the Ban Thaiyai crossing in tambon Tha Pha at 10.20am on Saturday, said Pol Lt Col Kriangsak Buaphor, a duty officer at the Ban Pong police station.

    Police and rescue workers who risked to the scene found the Kerry Express orange pickup truck with Bangkok licence plates in the grass beside the railway track.

    The driver’s side of the pickup truck was crushed and the windscreen broken.

    The driver, identified later as Jirawat Raknitwet, 37, suffered serious head injuries and died later at Ban Pong Hospital.

    Police said the employee of Kerry Express Co was on the way to deliver goods to customers in nearby villages.

    His pickup truck reached the crossing at Ban Thayai village at the same time as the train, heading from Thon Buri to Nam Tok station in Kanchanaburi, was approaching.

    The train sounded its horn, but the pickup went through the crossing and was hit.

    The force of the crash threw the pickup truck about 200 metres.

    Local residents who witnessed the incident told police that they saw the pickup travelling at high speed before going through the crossing.

    They said they kept shouting to warn the driver that the train was approaching, but he did not hear.

    A police officer inspects the scene of the train-pickup crash in Ban Pong district of Ratchaburi. (Photo by Saichon Srinuanchan)

     


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  • Brit jailed for 50-YEARS in Thailand to be sent back to UK

    A former soldier, condemned to half a century in a hell-hole Thai prison for peddling drugs, will soon be sent back to the UK. Lance Whitmore, from Bromsgrove, will serve what is left of his sentence in a British jail under the International Transfer of Prisoners Scheme. The move follows a high-profile campaign by the […]

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    A former soldier, condemned to half a century in a hell-hole Thai prison for peddling drugs, will soon be sent back to the UK.

    Lance Whitmore, from Bromsgrove, will serve what is left of his sentence in a British jail under the International Transfer of Prisoners Scheme.

    The move follows a high-profile campaign by the 31-year-old’s family and friends, who set up public Facebook group “Help Get Lance Whitmore Home”.

    Whitmore, an employee of Petroleum Oil Services in Thailand, was caught with 200 ecstasy tablets by undercover cops.

    They say he was selling the mind-bending drug in a Pattaya supermarket.

    They also arrested Aussie Jake Mastronianni in the same 2014 swoop, and uncovered 60 more tablets at his apartment.

    Mastronianni received an even longer sentence than Whitmore – because he pleaded not guilty.

    Lance Whitmore, a former soldier from Bromsgrove who was condemned to half a century in a Thai prison for peddling drugs, is to be sent back to the UK but could still face up to 21 years in a British prison.
    Lance Whitmore, a former soldier from Bromsgrove who was condemned to half a century in a Thai prison for peddling drugs, is to be sent back to the UK but could still face up to 21 years in a British prison. (Image: Birmingham Mail)

    Whitmore’s dad, Russ, had moved to Thailand in 2007 and owned a restaurant in Pattaya.

    Ex-pat newspaper The Nation Thailand has now revealed Whitmore is “set to be transferred” to a British nick.

    But it warned: “He could still be required to serve up to 21 years in jail, even though his legal team had indicated previously that he could be freed in less than 10 years.”

    When first arrested Whitmore was sharing a cell, built to accommodate 20, with 78 other inmates.

    The one, hole-in-the-wall latrine was near hidden by a cloud of flies.

    He claimed to have witnessed two stabbings, an inmate having his ear bitten off and an attempted rape.

    Whitmore’s case divided opinion in Thailand

    Distraught dad Russ, originally from Birmingham, told the Sunday Mercury : “I’m not making excuses for his actions, he’s a young man,” he said.

    “But does a person deserve this? “Any human with any shred of humanity would say ‘No’ and help.

    “Lance is in a cell with 78 others, none of whom speak English. There is no room for anyone to lie down to sleep. There’s no clean water to wash with, only infectious Bangkok river water. The only toilet is a hole in the floor for all 78 to share.

    “He says he wants to kill himself. He wants to commit suicide. “He is in agony with his teeth, he has lost weight. It is a nightmare.

    “Lance has developed an appendix problem, has skin mites and open skin infections. All I have left as a father now is pleading for help. I wish I didn’t have to.”

    Whitmore’s case has divided opinion in Thailand, where he lived, off and on, for more than five years before being jailed.

    Some strongly believe the punishment borders on barbaric, while others have scant sympathy.

    His family have maintained that evidence was cranked up and altered to hike the sentence, obstacles have been thrown in the path of the legal process, and Lance’s life behind bars – a ragged existence that would test the fortitude of a sewer rat – flies in the face of basic human rights.

    They also believe Lance was the victim of entrapment.


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