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    Save energy and help the world

    Published on 18/09/2012

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    Fake cards net 10 million baht

    Published on 19/09/2012

    » Following a stakeout by Pattaya police and investigators from Thai Farmers Bank, two Estonian nationals were arrested and charged with using fake credit cards.  Mr Prijatkin Maksim and Mr Melnik Aleksandr, both in their early 20s, were said to have come directly to Pattaya after arriving in Thailand on tourist visas last August.  They were in possession of 40 fake credit cards from Scandinavia, UK, US and South Korea and extracted cash from ATM machines and as well as having a spending spree in upmarket malls.  Their last residence was in Soi 13, Thepprasit Road, where police found a huge pile of incriminating evidence suggesting that the scam had succeeded in stealing 10 million baht.

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    Russian woman falls from building

    Published on 20/09/2012

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    Wrestling championships held in Pattaya

    Published on 20/09/2012

    » <p>The World Junior Wrestling Campionships were held at the Eastern International Sports Pattaya on September 4 to 9 and World Beach Wrestling Championships 2012 at the Ambassador City on September 10 and 11. There were 56 countries represented with almost 1,000 athletes and officials participating in the event. A number of organizations sponsored the competition including Pattaya City Hall, the Thai Amateur Wrestling Association, Chonburi Sports Association and Chonburi Administrative Organization.</p>

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    Three Cambodian girls abducted for prostitution

    Published on 20/09/2012

    » Three young teenage girls began screaming for help after they were locked in an apartment on Soi 77, Sukhumvit, and left there by a man who said he would help them trace their parents. None of the girls could speak Thai or English, but their calls for help were heard by a neighbor who informed the police. Initially it proved difficult to break into the room as it was secured by a big lock, so in the meantime a volunteer spoke to the frightened children in their own language. The authorities believe the young girls, aged only 14 or 15, were destined to work as prostitutes. They have been sent to a shelter  whilst inquiries are made about their homes and families in Cambodia.

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    'Drunk' Russian jumps off building

    Published on 20/09/2012

    » CHON BURI - A Russian woman reportedly jumped from the fifth floor of a condominium building in Pattaya in an attempt to get her boyfriend's attention.

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    Thailand scores high in Asia travel poll

    Published on 23/08/2012

    » PHUKET: Sixty-one Thai tourism products scored high marks in Best in Travel 2012 poll by website Smart Travel Asia.

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