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Update by Natrakorn Paewsoongnern

Airports ready to handle end of Songkran travel

Bangkok - Immigration officers at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport are expecting to handle 150,000 people a day now that Songkran has ended and Thai tourists are returning home and foreign tourists are departing.


World News

Chemical weapons team in Syria kept from alleged attack site

A man rides past destroyed buildings in the town of Douma, the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack, near Damascus, Syria, Monday, April 16. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)


 Care for animals

Dogs up for adoption

Salee, Minau and Lemon have been at Hope for Strays for the past tw months. We were asked to take them in because of an imminent threat to their lives by people who did not want dogs around.


World Sports

Japan's Yuki Kawauchi surges to win men's Boston Marathon

Boston (AP) — Yuki Kawauchi seemed like just another spotlight-seeking, early front-runner when he darted out to take the lead at the start of Monday's Boston Marathon.



Making your name plate stand out

Exhibiting at Motor Shows is not an inexpensive affair by the time you add in rental and decoration of the space available, MC’s and ‘Pretties’, plus the legion of car cleaners polishing off the sticky fingers on the coachwork.


 Odds & Ends

Gone extinct: Animatronic
T-Rex bursts into flames

Canon City, Colo. (AP) - The co-owner of a dinosaur-themed park in southern Colorado thinks an electrical malfunction caused a life-size animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex to burst into flames.


Book Review

Book shows Apollo 8 was a big risk for 3 astronauts

“Rocket Men” (Random House), by Robert Kurson



Your next camera

“Social Media” has changed our way of life. I saw a wonderful cartoon with a Maitre d’ saying to a couple, “Didn’t you like the food? You didn’t take any photographs!”


 Classical Connections

Dover Soul


When I was a student cellist, I used to play in a string quartet.  A violinist I knew had a large if somewhat drab lounge, big enough for a string quartet to play without any collisions.


  Mott the Dog

Judas Priest: ‘Firepower’

“Firepower” is an apt title for this album by the premier British heavy metal band – the mighty Judas Priest.  It is (inclusively) the 18th studio album from the band when taking into account all previous incantations of the line-up, but this must rate as the best since “Painkiller” in 1990.


Thailand News

Summer storms wreak havoc across northeast

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Film Review: Earnest ‘Peter Rabbit’ sure to delight young fans


Los Angeles (AP) - With warm nostalgia for Beatrix Potter’s classic children’s tale, “Peter Rabbit” director, producer and co-writer Will Gluck channels the author’s earnestness into a sweet film sure to delight young fans.



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Can Facebook restore public trust after privacy scandal?

Chicago (AP) - It’s a scandal of privacy, politics and an essential ingredient of business success - public trust.


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