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Relatives of California mudslide victims pray for discovery of their bodies

Khon Kaen - Relatives of Thai citizens who fell victim to a mudslide in the US state of California are praying for the quick discovery of their bodies.

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World Newss

Glowing red lava rolls down slopes of Philippine volcano

Lava cascades down the slopes of Mayon volcano as seen from Legazpi city, Albay province, southeast of Manila, Philippines, Monday, Jan. 15. (AP Photo/Earl Recamunda)

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 Care for animals

A dozen puppies for adoption

Hope for Strays was alerted that there were 12 puppies in need in the Huai Chak Nok area. They went with a team of vets to examine and test the puppies and found them all to be healthy.

Continued

World Sports

Man United beat Stoke 3-0, reduce City's lead to 12 points

Manchester, England (AP) — With Alexis Sanchez potentially on his way to Manchester United, two members of the current forward line issued reminders of their goal-scoring talents on Monday.

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 Book Review

Dave Robicheaux returns in new novel by James Lee Burke

James Lee Burke’s iconic deputy from Louisiana, Dave Robicheaux, must face the past that haunts him while pursuing a murder case that hits too close to home in “Robicheaux.”

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 Odds & Ends

Box of horse manure addressed to US treasury secretary

Los Angeles (AP) - Authorities say a gift-wrapped box of horse manure addressed to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (mih-NOO’-shin) was found near his home in Los Angeles. The package was found Saturday night in the tiny Bel Air neighborhood after it was dropped off at a neighbor’s house. The Los Angeles Police

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 Automania

Are you a Mercury man?

In the US, automakers competed directly with each other in various niche markets, and even competing with itself. Take Ford and its Mustang, the first of the ‘pony’ cars, where three years after the Mustang Ford released its own Mercury Cougar.

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 SNAP SHOTS

What goes on after dark

Too many weekend photographers put the camera away at sunset. For many, there is no auto mode called “after dark”, so they imagine that their camera was not designed to be used after hours! When in actual fact, you can use your camera 24 hours a day.

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 Classical Connections

The big pictures

 

One day back in the 1970s, I made one of my regular visits to London’s Tate Gallery, an imposing building that sits on the north bank of the River Thames only a mile or so down the road from the Palace of Westminster. 

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  Mott the Dog

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: ‘Pack Up The Plantation’

Tom Petty was born in 1950 and first became attracted to the growing phenomena of rock’n’roll by Elvis Presley, but the knockout blow for young Petty was seeing the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. 

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Thailand News
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Tourism minister promises full assistance to victims of Krabi speedboat accident


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Film Review: Jackman’s a great ‘Showman.’ The movie? Not so much

Los Angeles (AP) - “Don’t fight it,” goes the opening song of “The Greatest Showman,” sung by Hugh Jackman.  “It’s coming for you, running at ya.”

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Technology

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Facebook launches parent-controlled Messenger app for kids

New York (AP) - Facebook is coming for your kids.

The social media giant is launching a messaging app for children to chat with their parents and with friends approved by their parents.

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Science & Nature

Science Says: Why there’s a big chill in a warmer world

Washington (AP) - Anchorage, Alaska, was warmer Tuesday than Jacksonville, Florida. The weather in the U.S. is that upside down.

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