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10 Thais, Eastern Europeans arrested in fake ATM card scheme

Area police have arrested a gang of 10 Thai and foreign men suspected of looting more than 20 million baht from Pattaya automated teller...

2 Brits arrested for fake ATM card production, use

Two British nationals have been arrested for allegedly using counterfeit ATM cards to steal more than 2 million baht from Pattaya banks. Narayanasamy...

Lithuanian students arrested for fake ATM card use

Two Lithuanian students disguised as a character from a Jim Carrey movie were arrested whilst allegedly using fake ATM cards to steal hundreds...

Frenchman arrested for fake ATM card use

Police arrested a Frenchman armed with 97 bogus ATM cards and a Google map of automated teller machines in Pattaya before he could...

American, 64, charged with using fake passport, ATM cards

A 63-year-old American has been arrested for allegedly using counterfeit ATM cards and passport to scam Thai banks. Texan...

Police smash email scam ring operating in Jomtien condo

Pattaya police arrested two Africans and a Russian who allegedly were running an email scam ring in Pattaya that tricked a Laotian woman...

Frenchman free on bail for Jan. ATM card fraud arrested again

A Middle Eastern French national out on bail for electronic fraud charges was arrested again, this time for allegedly using a fake passport. ...

More French nationals arrested on credit-card fraud charges

Two more French nationals have been arrested for allegedly trying to copy tourists’ ATM cards. Samir Chohra and Joel Mouffok, both 27, were taken...

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114 Russians rescued from disabled tour boat

More than 100 Russians were rescued by police after their tour boat broke down off Pattaya’s Far Islands. Chonburi Immigration and Tourist police officers raced...

Thai police arrest suspected kingpin of wildlife trafficking

Bangkok (AP) — Thai police have arrested a suspected kingpin of wildlife trafficking who allegedly fueled much of Asia's illegal trade for over a...

80% dengue cases don’t exhibit symptoms, says Chulalongkorn Uni

Bangkok - Chulalongkorn University says that 80% of dengue patients don't show symptoms, making the disease more dangerous and sometimes fatal. Teerapong Tantawichien, MD, Professor...
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Min of Commerce downplays impact of min wage hike

Bangkok - The Commerce Minister has assured that the daily minimum wage hike will not significantly impact production costs and is prepared to hold...

Disease-free Animals project introduces new logo

Nakhon Ratchasima - Her Royal Highness Princess Chulabhorn has established an emblem for her Disease-free Animals, Save Humans from Rabies project. The emblem has the...

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