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WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump is poised to sign a measure that would punish Chinese officials for imprisoning more than one million Muslims in internment camps, as he looks to rebuke Beijing over its crackdown on Hong Kong and its response to the coronavirus.

The economy got off to a grim start in the first month of the second quarter, with several key indicators the worst on record and state spending the only supporting factor, says a senior central bank official.

PATTAYA: Pattaya will reopen its beaches and the popular offshore destination of Koh Lan from Monday as it eases its lockdown in line with the decline in local coronavirus infections nationwide.

TRANG: A suspect in the murder of the driver of car on a road in Phatthalung last year shot himself dead as police moved in to arrest him at a house in Kantang district in Trang on Friday.

LONDON: The FA Cup final is scheduled to take place on Aug 1 after the English Football Association announced provisional dates to finish the competition on Friday.

JAKARTA: Indonesia plans to extend a high-speed rail project being built with China and bring in Japanese investors, as part of 89 priority projects over four years, a minister said on Friday.

Cinemas will have to place single viewers or pairs of customers three seats apart, and they will not be allowed to eat or drink during the movie, when they reopen next week.

NAKHON PHANOM: A teacher was arrested on Friday for the alleged sexual abuse of his 13-year-old niece, who lived with him and his wife.

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: When Sombat Thunsungnoen bought several trays of discounted chicken eggs from a mobile grocery store he thought he was getting a bargain - until he tried to cook them.

The government has announced the third stage of the easing of the business and activity lockdown, effective from Monday.


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