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  1. Elderly man found hanged in LoeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | The Nation

    A 73-year-old Loei man said to be suffering from depression for at least the past two years was found dead hanging from a tree on Monday morning. Wang Saphung police were called to the scene in Moo 10, Tambon Pak Puan, at 9am and found Champa Ma-ngao hanged from a tree in a sugarcane plantation.

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  2. Downtrodden in LoeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Bangkok Post

    The rate of human rights violations has long been atrocious, and under successive governments, elected as well as dictatorial. Arguably, no group has been more abused than the residents of Wang Saphung district of Loei province.

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  3. Notorious downhill bend in Loei claims another victimRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | The Nation

    A ten-wheel truck carrying oranges overturned on a downhill bend in Loei's Wang Saphung district early on Thursday, severely injuring the driver and killing his girlfriend. Police said the accident happened at 12.30am on the Santom-Wang Saphung road in Ban Mak Khaeng, Tambon Nong Ngiew.

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  4. Phu Luang elephant stamps officer to deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2018 | Pattaya Mail

    A wild elephant in Loei Province invading a farming area to eat the crop spotted a Phu Luang Widlife Sanctuary officer and attacked him on Saturday, resulting in the man's death. The elephant had been coming to eat the people's crops for several days.

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  5. Gunman robs two Loei 7-Eleven shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2018 | The Nation

    A gunman robbed two 7-Eleven shops in Loei's Wang Saphung district in a 10-minute window and made off with Bt23,000 in cash, police said. Policer said the robber, who covered his face with a knitted face mask, came into the first shop in front of the Wang Saphung Hospital at 4:30am and used a gun to force a male employee to hand him Bt19,000 in cash.

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  6. Minor quake hits large part of Loei, three districts affectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2018 | The Nation

    The Seismology Bureau said the quake measuring 3.4 on the Richter scale happened at 10.08pm and that the epicentre was located at latitude 17.24 north and longitude 101.91 east. Villagers in Tambon Khok Khamin and Tambon Phanoi, Wang Saphung district and those in Tambon Pan Pherm, Pha Khao district plus some residents near Nong Hin market in Nong Hin district said they felt the tremor for about five seconds.

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  7. Comment: 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2018 | Bangkok Post

    People from Loei province's Wang Saphung district rally at the Stock Exchange of Thailand, calling for scrutiny of Thung Kham gold mining company's governance. A Loei court has dismissed all charges against seven female activists accused of violating public assembly laws, just weeks after a United Nations team called on the government to end attacks on human rights campaigners.

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  8. 'Runaway bride' agrees to pay damages to one of 13 allegedlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | The Nation

    LIFE "runaway bride" Jariyaporn "Nammon" Buayai, who allegedly duped at least 13 men into marrying her one-by-one and then fled with their dowries and wedding gifts, has agreed to pay damages to one of her ex-husbands, he said on Friday. Pairat Peungsuk spoke of the agreement after attending a two-hour-long court hearing at Pathum Thani's Thanya Buri Provincial Court.

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  9. Monk dies in cold weather in LoeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | The Nation

    An ailing monk, 61, was found dead in his room at a temple in Loei's Wang Saphung district on Wednesday morning. Relatives went to Phra Samart Molkongsri's room inside Wat Sri Sawang Dong Yen in Ban Koksor village in Tambon Saikhao at 8am.

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  10. Police pursue case against mines activistRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2018 | The Nation

    Police are continuing their prosecution of Thai PBS citizen journalist Jamon Sonpednarin, as a lawyer revealed his case will be handed to the attorney on Monday and human-rights organisations urged authorities to drop the complaint against him immediately. The defendant's lawyer, Sor Rattanamanee Polkla, said on Saturday that police would conclude their case against Jamon and submit it to the attorney to decide whether to pursue it in court despite two other defendants in the same case being found innocent by the court.

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  11. First frost of year in LoeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2017 | The Nation

    They said ground-level temperature were measured at 0 degrees Celsius and white frost covered paddy and grass fields in Tambon Na Phueng's Ban Na Phueng of Na Haew district.

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  12. Gunshots heard as residents fear smuggling at Loei gold mineRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2017 | The Nation

    Local residents have expressed suspicions that unidentified people tried to transport gold ore from a suspended gold mine in Loei province on Thursday night. Wiron Rujichaiwat, a resident of Ban Na Nhong Bong village, reported the presence of a truck and two lorries driving in the direction of Thung Kham gold mine in Loei's Wang Saphung district.

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  13. PBS reporter gets bail, lawyer argues for dropped chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2017 | The Nation

    A detained citizen journalist was granted bail after he was arrested on a warrant related to an already closed case regarding Thung Kham's mine intrusion in 2015. Thai PBS citizen reporter Jamon Sonpednarin finally obtained his freedom on Friday morning after being captured by the border authority on Wednesday in Kanchanaburi and transferred to Wang Saphung police in Loei.

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  14. Thai PBS journalist detained on 2015 trespassing warrantRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2017 | The Nation

    Kanchanaburi border authorities arrested Thai PBS journalist Jamon Sonpednarin on Wednesday and transferred him to Wang Saphung police in line with arrest warrant issued last year. Jamon was detained by officers at Phu Nam Ron Border Crossing Point in Kanchanaburi as he was crossing the border to Myanmar for work purposes.

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