Bangkok netizens lighten smog crisis stress with a bit of humor (PHOTOS)

Hello, readers slash fellow pollution-sufferers. Today’s smog update is going to be a little different, as we’ve decided to add a bit of humor to the mix — not...

Thai customs to burn more than 600,000 pirated goods worth THB39 million

The Thai Customs Department hosted one of its semi-regular “destruction ceremonies” yesterday in which...

Thai customs to burn more than 600,000 pirated goods worth THB39 million

Rainmaking efforts improving air quality, Thai gov’t says

The Thai government today declared that rainmaking efforts they first revealed on Monday have yielded positive results...

Rainmaking efforts improving air quality, Thai gov’t says

Unssssolicited Visitor: 6-meter-long king cobra drops by Thai woman’s home (VIDEO)

What are some of the most terrifying things a person can discover in their home? We rank snakes pretty high. We rank...

Unssssolicited Visitor: 6-meter-long king cobra drops by Thai woman’s home (VIDEO)

Model claiming Trump secrets pleads guilty, getting deported

The Belarusian model and self-proclaimed “sex trainer” who sensationally claimed to have proof of Russian efforts...

Model claiming Trump secrets pleads guilty, getting deported

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